Kearsley Boys faced Brandon High at Richfield Bowl Thursday night looking to increase their record to 11-2. Kearsley came out on fire in the baker portion starting out with a 257-169 win. In the second game the Hornets continued striking with a 195-165 win and coming out of baker with a 452-334 total and a 10-0 lead. Brandon came out in the first game and made their presence known not holding back and sweeping the entire first game. The Hornets did not win a single match and lost the game 1073-925. That sweep brought Brandon to within one point making the score 10-9. Kearsley started strong in the second game looking for 6 points to take a match win. In the 10th frame lead off bowler Seth Varner took a 204-173 win. Second bowler Chase Gebhardt through the first strike in the 10th sealing his win 184-158. In the third position Justin Todd carried the hornets blasting a 245-192 win and giving them much needed extra pins with the big game. Kyle Langworthy bowling fourth stepped up in the 10th frame with opportunity to strike and shut out his opponent. He left a solid 10 pin and even though he missed his last three 10 pins stepped up and spared the 10, he followed that with a strike to win his match 164-160. Anchor bowler Jake Reid was unable to win his match, however he threw all 3 strikes in the 10th frame sealing the win for Kearsley. The 950-926 total in the second game gave the Hornets a 18-12 final and set their record at 12-2 still tied for the conference lead with Swartz Creek. The Hornets will compete Friday at Colonial Lanes against Clio.
- W 18 Kearsley High School
- 12 Brandon High School
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