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Lady Wildcat rollers now 4-0 in league, 6-1 overall

The Wayland girls’ varsity bowling team continued its dual match winning ways Thursday afternoon with a come-from-behind 16-14 triumph at Byron Center.

For the first time since before Christmas break, the Lady Wildcats struggled mightily in the first two Baker games, falling behind 10-0 after losing 137-126 and 179-126.  But then they righted the ship and bowled solid as a team, winning eight of nine in the first individual with no one on the team under 140 and winning 762-744.

They continued their momentum in the second individual game taking eight of the final 11 points and winning the game 698-640.

Pacing the Lady Wildcats tonight were two freshmen, Sydney Urben (166-185=351) and Marissa Bruinsslot (172-136-308).  Junior Aubree Hodges contributed with a 140 game.

The victory leaves the Lady Wildcats with a 4-0 record in conference play and 6-1 overall.

Coach Bill Holbrook said, “It was a great win tonight! I am extremely proud of our ladies’ resolve and team work tonight!”

The Wildcat boys’ team recorded a 21-9 victory over Byron Center. Nick Catvrier bowled a 216 and 205 for a total 421 John Fredrick had a game high 200.

Next up will be a tough conference match next Tuesday at Hudsonville Unity Christian.

PHOTO: The Wayland girls’ varsity bowling team, despite being dominated by underclasswomen, has won all four of its league matches and is 6-1 overall. Team members are (back row, from left) coach Bill Holbrook, sophomore Alicia Sweeney, freshman Marissa Bruinsslot, junior (foreign exchange student) Laura Spindler, sophomore Erin Porteous, (front, from left) junior (captain) Aubree Hodges, sophomore Adrianna Russell, freshman Makayla Konecny, junior Lizzy Cobb and freshman Jessica Henderson. Missing are senior Sydney Burns, freshman Sydney Urben, and junior (foreign exchange student) Anna Lehmann.WHS girls bowling team

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