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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 01/12/05
Romeo bowling teams open season against L'Anse CreuseThe Romeo High School varsity and junior varsity bowling teams opened their 2005 season with a match against L'Anse Creuse North.High school bowling matches consist of two Baker games followed by two regular games. A total of 30 points is possible in a high school match.The boys' varsity team of Kyle Andersen, Eric Birch, Corey O'Haire, Danny Houser and Bobby Alexander, tied the first Baker game but won the second Baker game. The Bulldogs lost the first regular game but came back to win the second game and the series for a match win of 19-11.
The boys junior varsity team consisted of Rob Graves-Wesolosky, Jason Malzahn, Kevin Houser, David Woosley, George Finn, David Kennedy, Michael Jenks and Kevin Nichols.
After losing both Baker games, the team won both regular games and the series to win the match at 17-13.
High scorers for the Bulldogs were rolled by Nichols, 238; Finn, 223; O'Haire, 223; Birch, 218; Graves-Wesolosky, 212; Malzahn, 212; and Woosley, 210.
Romeo also has a girls' varsity and junior varsity bowling team. The Lady ŒDogs have experienced successes in the past, however, they faltered against L'Anse Creuse North, losing 30-0.
Returning varsity bowlers Lori Krakowski and Alexandra King provided experience to support Jennifer Smith, Holly Smith and Courtney Needham.
The junior varsity team is a team of new bowlers who bravely took to the lanes unopposed. Romeo's newest bowlers are Kelly Lawera, Alesia Nepsey, Brooke Sweeny, Katie Riddle and Nicole Jessie.
The teams faced Utica Ford High School on Friday, Jan. 7, at Kingswood Lanes.
The boys' varsity team battled their way to a 18-12 victory. High games were rolled by O'Haire, 266; Anderson, 252; and Alexander, 223. The junior varsity boys came from behind to win 16-14.
The girls' varsity won their Baker games and series and first regular game to be able to hang on for an 18-12 victory over the Ford team. The junior varsity girls continue to struggle but their Bulldog determination provides them with the energy to learn their sport.