Vernon bowlers off to provincials

Lincoln Lanes will be well represented at the 4 Steps to Stardom YBC provincial finals in Chilliwack and Abbotsford March 1.

Morning Star Staff

Lincoln Lanes will be well represented at the 4 Steps to Stardom YBC provincial finals in Chilliwack and Abbotsford March 1.

Four teams and four single competitors captured zone championships to advance to the provincial finals.

The team zone finals for juniors and seniors were held at Lincoln Lanes, while bantam teams travelled to Chase.

Lawrence Kupryk’s senior boys team of Trevor Kerr, Levi Smith, Kevyn Hoggard and Matt Christie took top spot with a four-game 3,661 total.

The junior teams swept the zone championship.

The girls squad of Cassidi Breitkreutz, Miika Isnardy, Kaylea Egely and Vida Chisholm, and coached by Peggy Hoggard, won the title with a 2,458 total over their four games.

Viki Dumont’s boys team of Aidan Buckley, Carson Christie, Andrew Zettergreen and Anson Harrower finished first with a 2,659 total.

In Chase, Bob Dumont’s bantam boys team of Ryan Sarantos, Drew Fiset, Kohl Killingbeck and Michael Hoyland advanced to the provincials with a 2,294 total.

Bill Blair’s senior girls team of Caitlin Rolke, Robyn Rolke, Grace Fontaine and Nichelle Marquardt finished second with a 2,525 score.

The bantam girls team of Aryssa Matsen, Lily Fiset, Carys Reed and Sierra Merry, coached by Chandra Hamilton, also placed second with a four-game score of 1,863.

Kayli Bretkreutz (senior girls single), Keith Hoggard (senior boys single), Adam Fiset (junior boys single) and Colby Eisenhauer (bantam boys single) booked their tickets to the YBC provincial finals in December.

The 4 Steps to Stardom includes the house round, zone finals, provincial championship and the national finals.

Winners at the YBC provincials will advance to the Canadian championships in May in Winnipeg.



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