The regular season for Hartland Bowling has come to an end. It flew by! And while it was different, we were grateful and excited for the opportunities that our bowlers did have.
There were two matches this week. Monday, March 8, Hartland returned to the Superbowl to face a strong Canton program, which unfortunately swept our teams. For Varsity Boys, Ethan Zaborowski had a great game with 218. For Varsity Girls, Carlie Mitchell had the high game with 163. On JV Boys, Cameron Griffin had the high game for with 180. Hunter Grandon, bowling for the mixed team, had a 190 game. Great games, bowlers!
On Tuesday, March 9, Hartland returned to Novi Bowl to face Novi in their house. The Varsity Girls team dominated, winning 29-1. Morgan Maliszewski ended an excellent personal regular season with a 204. The Varsity Boys lost 25-5, despite some very strong individual games. Logan Guibord had the high game of the day with 234 and bowled a 179 in his second game for a 400 series. Austin McClure had a 400 series as well, bowling 220 and 217. JV Boys lost their match, 27-3. Cameron Griffin had the high game with a 192. Great job, Eagles!
While the regular season has ended, all is not over! Today, Friday March 12th, the Varsity teams are competing in the KLAA championship, and individual medals will be awarded for high averages. Regionals follow on March 19-20. While the JV Championships are not going to happen this year, the JV Boys team are very excited to be able to compete in a tournament, bowling at Richfield Bowl in Flint on March 21st. Stay tuned, and Go Eagles!!!
March 8th vs Canton
- Gavin Blades took his first point with 173
- Logan Guibord took both of his points with 189 and 193
- Claire Callaghan took both of her points with 140 and 126
- Carlie Mitchell took both of her points with 139 and 163
- Morgan Maliszewski took her second point with 157
- Matthew Bragg took both of his points with 146 and 136
- Andrew Clark took both of his points with 141 and 168
March 9th vs Novi
Took both bakers and baker totals
- Audrey Tithof took her second point with 124
- Leah Murphy took both of her points with 138 and 136
- Claire Callaghan took both of her points with 127 and 134
- Carlie Mitchell took both of her points with 177 and 168
- Morgan Maliszewski took both of her points with 194 and 204
- Jude Banaszak took his first point with 203
- Austin McClure took both of his points with 220 and 217
- Logan Guibord took his second point with 234
- Cameron Griffin took his first point with 192
- Derek McCracken took his second point with 118
- Hunter Grandon took his second point with 156