Bowling

Bowling Earns a Split with South Haven

It was a thrilling night for the Allegan Boys against South Haven in Wolverine Conference play. Allegan–playing shorthanded–started very cold, losing Game One 634-689 as Gunner Evans led the team with a 156 game. Game Two ended in a tie at 668 each. Gunner again led the team with a 180 game and Trenton Beldon assisted with a 144 game.

Going into the Bakers, the Boys team was down 15-5 and needed to win both Baker games to force a tie. Game One of the Bakers was close until late when Allegan pulled away, winning 165-126. Game Two of the Bakers went down to the wire in the tenth, as Allegan squeaked out a 159-158 win tying the match up at 15 points each. A tiebreaker Baker game was required once again, and both teams battled it out until the 9th frame when Jacob Wesche came through with a strike. All Gunner needed was 9 pins in the 10 frame to secure the victory. Allegan won 142-129 to win the match.

Matt Duron, Trenton Beldon,James Page, Jacob and Gunner stepped up and delivered the first win in the Wolverine Conference for the boys.

The Allegan Girls showed great heart again but lost to a tough South Haven Girls team, 11-19. In Game One, South Haven won 620-558. Theresa Tice led the team with a 141 game. In Game Two, the Allegan girls prevailed, 565 to 560. The girls were led by Olivia Duron who bowled a 157. The girls started strong but ran into a few bad shots and lost a close game, 112-101. In Game Two, Allegan was victorious, 110-103. Allegan slipped to 1-4 in the Wolverine and 2-9 overall.

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