Mixed ending for Schoolcraft bowling season

Alyana Meade winds up.

By Mark Blentlinger

Schoolcraft Eagles’ regular bowling season came to an end on a high note for the girls’ team. The team finished in second place in the SAC valley division behind Bronson, which completed the regular season with a perfect 12-0 record. The Eagles finished at 7-5, losing to Bronson twice, Brandywine twice and Hackett once. The girls were led by Alayna Meade and Clair McIntyre in averages. Meade was also named All-Conference honorable mention. The rest of the team consisted of Catie Wright, Haley Earles, Molly Pearce and senior Brynleigh Macinnes. The team was to travel along with the boys’ team to Jax 60 in Jackson Feb 25-26 for the Division 4 Regional championships.

The Eagle boys’ team had a tough year, finishing off the season tied for 6th place with Constantine both at 1-11. Coaches Romstadt and Blentlinger knew this was going to be a tough year with new bowlers. Through the tough times, the coaches also saw some very positive things on this year’s young team.

Schoolcraft will be losing four seniors from its two teams, including Nathan Earles and foreign exchange student Eder Carrasco and four-year bowlers Simon Sheen and Brynleigh Macinnes. Schoolcraft was also able to put in JV programs this season; the future looks bright for both teams.

Leave a Reply