Girls Varsity Bowling
Game Summaries & Headlines.
The Kearsley Varsity girls traveled to Cherry Hill Lanes North in Clarkston for the first ever Flint Metro Conference mid season Team Challenge Tournament on Saturday, January 25th. The girls began the day by shooting a 1092 team game, the highest girls team game in the state so far this season and then followed that up with games of 1009 and 995 and then had Baker games of 227, 207, 186 and 193 to finish with 3910 total for qualifying which was more pins than any team in the entire bowling had including all of the boys teams. The girls first round match after qualifying was against Corunna and they won the match 361 to 255. In the final 4 Kearsley had to bowl against Swartz Creek and they won that match 369 to 325 to move into the finals. In the finals the Kearsley girls jumped out to a big lead with a 215 to 145 victory in the first game and then won the second game 235 to 166 to win the tournament by a final score of 450 to 311. The girls had 2 girls make the all tournament team as Emilea Sturk led the tournament with a 670 series and Allison Eible had a 623 series. They also recognized the highest 5 games of the tournament and Megan Timm led the tournament with a 265 game followed by Emilea Sturk with a 253 game. Also being recognized was Imari Blond with a 220 game and Allison Eible with a 215 game. This is the varsity girls 7th tournament win of the season and they are 5-0 on the season in the Flint Metro Conference. Congratulations girls!