Macomb L'Anse Creuse North boys, Macomb Dakota girls win Macomb County bowling championships
January 21, 2014
STERLING HEIGHTS — There are some strong bowlers being put out by high schools along 21 Mile in Macomb Township.
The Macomb L’Anse Creuse North boys and Macomb Dakota girls bowling teams took home team titles at the Macomb County Bowling Championships, which took place Jan. 19 at Sunnybrook Lanes in Sterling Heights.
In the boys finals, the Crusaders — 2-6 Macomb Area Conference Red Division at press time — defeated Warren Mott 680-569.
Dakota’s girls, 6-1 MAC Red at press time, downed Utica Eisenhower 649-451.
In consolation matches, Sterling Heights Stevenson’s boys team defeated Utica High 663-548.
St. Clair Shores Lakeview’s girls outlasted the reigning girls Macomb County titleholder, Warren Cousino, 556-513.
Dakota’s St. Onge takes boys individual title; Richmond’s Dixon wins girls side
Macomb Dakota’s Brendan St. Onge beat Romeo’s Alex Finn 237-213 to take the boys individual title at the County championships. Roseville’s Dan Radcliff and Romeo’s Joseph Seefried finished third and fourth, respectively.
On the girls’ side, Richmond’s Payton Dickson beat L’Anse Creuse North’s Samantha Gainor 246-191. Eisenhower’s Carly Schiner took third place. Lakeview’s Beth Cooley finished fourth.
The individual championships took place Jan. 18 at Sunnybrook Lanes.
The state tournament begins with regionals, set for Feb. 21-22.
For more information on the state tournament, check www.mhsaa.com.
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