2018-01-11 / Sports

Bowling teams continue success

ROUNDUP
By spor ts staff

OWOSSO – The Swartz Creek bowling teams competed in a Baker tournament in Owosso on Sunday, finishing third overall on the boys’ side while the girls’ team also made the cut.

The boys’ team qualified sixth despite being down two bowlers. Junior varsity bowlers stepped up to the plate, though, and helped Swartz Creek defeat Gladwin in its first match before falling to Flushing in its second. The Dragons then defeated Clio in the third-place match to end their day.

On the girls’ side, Swartz Creek made the cut in eighth place with a total pinfall of 1,752. The Lady Dragons were then paired against first-place Kearsley, losing 376-270 to end their tournament run.

On Saturday, the girls’ team defeated Flushing 23-7. Sydney Goupil led the way with games of 266 and 210. Alexis Vanderkuur had a 225, Kim Matus had a game of 198 and Emani Davis rolled a 191. The team recorded its second-highest team scratch game total of 1,000 and its second-highest team scratch series with a 1,887.

The boys’ team rescheduled its match with Flushing because of injury and faced off with the Raiders on Wednesday after press deadlines. Swartz Creek will next compete in a tournament this Sunday at Richfield Bowl. — A.V.

SWIM – The Swartz Creek/Flushing boys’ swim team fell short against Flint Powers last Thursday losing 102-72.

Jacob Macinnis, Josh Stemczynski, Peter Adams and Dan Burkhardt took second in the 200 medley relay finishing in 1:50.44. Carson Gardner, Ethan Hembruch, Ian Barbour and Thomas Burkhardt were third in 2:11.98. Adams won the 200 IM in 2:25.40 and D. Burkhardt was second in 2:26.42. D. Burkhardt then took second in the 50 free in 26.13.

Steffen Hembruch won the 1-meter diving and Stemczynski was second in the 100 butterfly in 1:03.59 with Barbour third in 1:04.49. Barbour then placed second in the 100 free in 59.56. Macinnis took second in the 500 free in 6:20.01 and Stemczynski, D. Burkhardt, Adams and Barbour won the 200 free relay in 1:39.86. Stemczynski placed second in the 100 breaststroke in 1:09.85 and Adams was third in 1:13.03. In the final event, Hunter Moore, Brennen Parker, Carson Gardner and Macinnis were third in 4:32.54. — L.P.

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