MMCRU Bowling rolls West Sioux
The Royal’s varsity bowling team played against the West Sioux Falcons Thursday night on November 29. For the boys first two games they kept it rolling. For round one they outscored the Falcons by a total of 2,030-1,771. Ethan Riedemann got the highest score with games of 224 and 247 for a 471 series. For round two the MMCRU boys won with a total of 2605, leaving the Falcons with 1743.
For the MMCRU girl bowlers they killed the game by winning both matches also. To start off the first match, Hailey Klein got the most pins with scores of 168 and 190 for a 358. The total score ended at 1,611-1,402. For round two the Royals got 2,076 pins while West Sioux only had 1,048.
Senior Dakota Kasner stated, “Bowling is a fun sport that is not too much of a handful. I understand that the point of a sport is to have fun and work to get better, but I think bowling is more of a social sport. Tonight went well and varsity did amazing. I’m glad to be part of this team.”
Senior Ethan Gorczynski said, “Bowling has always been fun sport for me to hang out with friends. This year they have pushed me to be better and help the team. It has been a great year so far and can not wait for what the season holds for the team.”
Junior Mitch Rhodes added, “ Bowling is one of those sports that even if you are not the best, you can still have fun. Individually your teammates play a big role and it only takes one person’s enthusiasm to rub off to start a good game.”