Hudsonville Boys Varsity Bowling

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Boys bowling defeats West Catholic 28-2

The boys bowling team defeated West Catholic yesterday 28-2.  Jason Dalman bowled 256 & 226 games, Sam Alward 246, Austin Blouw 231, Spencer Havens 218, Brendan Bentley 212, and freshman Matt Monger bowled a 200 game.

Boys Bowling team defeats East Kentwood 29-1

The boys bowling team defeated East Kentwood tonight 29-1. All of the boys bowled well. Brendan Bentley had 235 & 240 games, Mitchell Ross had a 227, Spencer Havens had 221 & 227 games, Austin Blouw had 222 & 214 games, Jason Dalman had a 201, Sam Alward had a 205 game.

Boys Bowling defeats Grandville 29-1

The boys bowling team defeated Grandville 29-1 yesterday.  Brendan Bentley had a 247 game, Austin Blouw had a 234 game, Jagger Wicker had a 234 game, and Sam Alward had a 211 game.

Hudsonville Boys Bowling takes 2nd Place @ Hudsonville Invite

The boys bowling team took 2nd place at it’s own tournament on Saturday.  The Eagles qualified as the #1 seed behind some good bowling from the entire team.  Then, in the 1 vs. 4 semifinals the Eagles defeated the Jenison Wildcats.  In the televised finals the Eagles lost to a very hot Byron Center Bulldogs.

Boys Bowling defeats Rockford 23-7

The boys bowling team defeated Rockford on Monday 23-7. Leading the way was Jason Dalman’s 230 & 236 games. Mitchell Ross also bowled a nice 246 game.

Boys Bowling Wins OK Red Pre-Conference

The boys bowling team won the OK Red Pre-Conference tournament today (Saturday). The boys totaled 3910 pins for a 205 average on the day, and just squeeked ahead of Grand Haven.  Senior Spencer Havens and Junior Brendan Bentley made All-Tournament team. In a total team effort Junior Mitchell Ross, Junior Austin Blouw, and Senior Jason

Boys Bowling wins Jenison Invitatonal

The boys bowling team used a total team effort to win the Jenison Invitational today. There were 12 at the tournament and the boys qualified 2nd behind the host wildcats. Jason Dalman was named All Tournament team with his 262 and 195 games respectively. The Eagles narrowly defeated Lowell in semifinals 369-364. In the finals,