Bowlers pocket Wings

Vernon youth bowlers bowled with their families in the recent Wings Tap and Grill Family Twosome event at Lincoln Lanes.

Morning Star Staff

Vernon youth bowlers bowled with their families in the recent Wings Tap and Grill Family Twosome event at Lincoln Lanes.

The event featured three games for seniors, juniors and bantams, and two games for pee wees and bowlasaurus in the pins over average tournament.

Necko Chisholm (+15) took first place in the bowlasaurus division while Alex Schnyder (+5) was second.

The pee wee division was won by Lucas Hamilton (+59) while Reece Chisholm (+38) took second sot.

Rylan Goble (+16) topped the bantam division with Zakk Hamilton (+6) placing second.

Top junior was Mercedes Klim (+9).

Each winner received a $25 gift certificate from Wings Tap and Grill for their parents.

 

 

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