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BOWLING: Flat Rock girls settle for sixth

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The Flat Rock High School girls team and the Huron boys team finished among the top seven bowlers in the annual Ladywood Holiday Tournament on Jan. 4 at Super Bowl in Canton.

Flat Rock and Huron were the only two Downriver schools to enter varsity teams in the 20-team tournament. Bowlers from schools large and small rolled three regular games and four Baker games on lanes with challenging middle-of-the-road oil patterns.

The Flat Rock girls placed sixth with 2,915 total pins. Westland John Glenn edged Farmington Hills Harrison for the championship by one pin, 3,366-3,365. Huron girls placed 15th with 2,476 pins.

Flat Rock’s Aleah Scibilia placed 12th among individual girls bowler with games of 190, 201 and 142 for a series of 533. Teammate Kayla Jackson was 28th at 163-144-173—480 and Holly McQuithey was 30th and four pins behind with 149-146-181—476.

Sam Pappas led Huron with 118-149-153—420, good for 47th place among the girls.

Huron finished seventh among the 20 boys teams with 3,369 total pins, just 127 behind champion Canton High School. The Chiefs had the second best four-game Baker score of 745, including a game of 224. Flat Rock finished 13th among the boys with 3,160 pins.

Huron’s Anthony Munoz and Josh Coffee finished 15th and 17th, respectively, among singles bowlers. Munoz scored games of 175, 202 and 175 for a 552 series. Coffee’s total was six fewer pins: 168-209-189—546.

Brett Zurawski and Aaron Wojtylko led Flat Rock. Zurawski finished 38th among singles bowlers with 208-150-141—499. Wojtylko placed 40th with 160-205-131—496.

Just two years ago, in 2012, Flat Rock swept both the boys and girls championships. The Flat Rock girls finished second in 2011.

Last Updated: 1/11/2014 12:39:26 PM EST