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Morales wins state championship in bowling

Boys team finishes 14th

This is the second year in a row that junior Omani Morales made it to the girls individual state bowling tournament. Last year she didn’t make it out of the qualifying rounds, but this year she made it count. Out of 60 bowlers vying for a chance to compete, Morales seeded in 10th place, with the top 16 advancing to the state final competition last Saturday, March 2.

State bowling champion Omani Morales with Coach Tim Jackson.

Morales first took on the number 7 seed, senior Shayleen Half, of Adrian, in her first match play two-game series, defeating her 432 pins to 393. She then took on sophomore Carly Snyder, of Middleville Thornapple-Kellogg, and won the two-game series 418-401.

In the semi-finals, she played freshman Karli VanDuinen of Muskegon Reeths-Puffer and beat her 388 pins to 318. In the final matchup, Morales bowled against senior Lindsey Juhl, of Escanaba, and won the two-game series 416-328 to claim the first ever Division 2 girls state bowling championship for Cedar Springs.

Senior Jonah Drake competed at the boys individual state finals tournament. He placed 50th at state.

The boys bowling team also competed at the state finals and finished in 14th place in Division 2.

Boys bowling team finished in 14th place at the state finals.

Congratulations to all the Cedar Springs High School bowlers on a great season!


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