The Whitehall bowling program is officially tops in Muskegon County.

Both the Vikings boys and girls varsity squads captured the Greater Muskegon Athletic Association’s city team bowling title on Wednesday at Northway Lanes.

Karli VanDuinen was crowned the girls champ, taking the individual city title with a two-game total of 389. VanDuinen rolled a 188 and 201 in the win.

Fruitport’s Gage Wadland took city title honor for the boys competition, edging out teammate Brandon Krohn.

The boys edged out Fruitport by just 40 points with a 2075 total ahead of the Trojans’ 2035.

Whitehall girls were able to win in convincing fashion with a 1938 team total, ahead of second-place Ravenna which finished with a 1681 score.

In the boys’ city title, Whitehall surprisingly did not place anyone in the top 10. However, Phoenix Hoffmeyer led the Viking with a 17th place finish with a 338 (184, 154).

Whitehall was also led by Sebastian Workman’s No. 20 finish with a 333 (167,166). Charlie Glamzi took 26th with a 311 (145, 166), Avery Gabriel finished 29th with a 308 (160, 148), and Gabe Ganos ended at the 34 spot with a two-game total of 283 (139, 144).

The Vikings’ girls squad won convincingly, taking the top three scores and also the No. 10 spot.

Whitehall girls were also led by Ava Garcia in second place with a 386 (189, 197). Vanessa Hirigami took third, rolling a 359 (197, 162). Felicity Dingman took 10th place with a 305 (159, 146). Liz Bentz rounded out Whitehall’s team score with a No. 46 finish and a score of 187 (95, 92).

Check out all the team and individual scores along with photos shot by Leo Valdez.