2018-01-10 / Sports



The Dryden boys’ bowling team defeated Memphis 20-10 on Monday. Dryden lost the first Baker game 190-165 but won the second, 149-126. The Cardinals then won both singles games with scores of 740-692 and 811- 753.

Austin Grondin rolled games of 129 and 179, Chris Watson had a 130, Nathan Brown had a 132 and 125 and Jarrad Adams had games of 184 and 172. Noah Smith had games of 165 and 185 and both Watson and Deacon Barker combined for a 150 game.

Girls’ stats were not provided prior to press deadlines. Dryden faces off with Merritt today at Strikers at 4 p.m. — A.V.


The Lightning bowling teams faced Bay City Central on Friday in a league matchup with both the boys’ and girls’ teams coming away with wins to improve to 2-0 on the season.

The Lapeer boys defeated Bay City Central 28-2. Lapeer took a 10-0 lead after taking both Baker games with a 192 and 172. In game one, Lapeer put the match away, winning 958-689. Joey Novick rolled a 214, Michael Menosky 207 and Nathan Farrington 194. Sam Howard chipped in a 178 and Nathan Jasper 165.

In the second game, Bay City Central managed to close the gap, but Lapeer still won 896-853. Novick led once again with a 229, followed by Farrington with 193 and Howard with 184.

“I am proud of how we are bowling as a team, and with great chemistry,” said Lapeer boys’ coach Don Heichel. “If we continue to make our spares, good things will happen and it shows that we can compete with anybody.”

The Lady Lightning took a 24-6 win over Bay City Central. Lapeer took a 10-0 lead after winning both Baker games. In individual match-ups, Jillian Roush led with a 206. Stephania Slater added a 183 and Bailey Orsette chipped in a 179.

Lapeer travels to Grand Blanc on Wednesday to face Bay City Western. — K.R.


The Broncos competed at Essexville Garber Saturday, but stats were not available as we went to press Tuesday morning. — A.V.

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