Bowling teams take to lanes in first tournament

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PLYMOUTH, IN -- Jackson College's new men's and women's bowling teams faced their first intercollegiate completion Friday, Jan. 4. The men's team placed 4th out of eight teams in the Ancilla College Invitational Men's Tournament, while the women, with only four players, placed 7th out of eight teams.

For the men's team, Andrew Richard, freshman from Leslie, was the top bowler with a 546 series and a high game of 210. John Kortz, sophomore from Napoleon, was next with a 525 series, high game of 190. Rounding out the Jets team was Brock Fullerton, freshman from Jackson , with a 479 series, high game 170; Ryan Saville, sophomore from Jonesville, with a 474 series and high game of 187; and Keegan Campbell, freshman from Vandercook Lake, with a 474 series and high game of 178.

For the women's team, Cami Emerson, sophomore from Brooklyn, was top bowler with a 416 series and high game of 143, followed closely by Amanda Enners, sophomore from Saline, with a 415 series and high game of 158. Hannah Boobyer, freshman from Napoleon, had a 402 series and high game of 146; and Maddie Spataro, sophomore from Amherst, Ohio, had a 364 series and high game of 130.

This is the Jets first season for bowling. Teams will travel to Muskegon Friday for the Great Lakes Classic as Northway Lanes.