bowlingsBy Kathryn Menue


BELVIDERE – Despite the holiday festivities continuing through New Year’s weekend, bowlers still competed to become bowler of the week for their division at Concordia Lanes, located at 1205 Logan Ave. in Belvidere.

On Saturday, Jan. 2 the bowlers returned to the alleys to continue to improve their bowling techniques and natural abilities while competing to bring home the high score in their division.

Out of the four divisions (Cookies and Milk, Bantams, Preps, and Junior/Majors), each division calculates the highest scoring male and female bowlers.

This week, maybe due to the holidays, no one competed in the Cookies and Milk division on Jan. 2.

In the Bantams league, Mason Kahl took home the highest score for the boys with a 76 game and a 133 series. Also competing in the Bantams league, Remy Gifford scored a 48 game and an 89 series.

In the Preps division, Jessica Plodzien scored a 130 with a 346 series while Lucas Fouke scored a 124 game with a 353 series.

In the Junior/Majors category, Steven Grabowski scored a 181 game with a 497 series. Jessica Vanfleet had the highest score of all with a 184 game, while Rachel Nelson attained the highest game series for the girls with a 487.

The bowling youth were back at it again on Monday, Jan. 4 at Concordia Lanes, with new children scoring big to start out the week.

In the Cookies and Milk division had Noel Capodanno as the top bowler with a high game of 61.

In the Bantams category, Addyson Blume scored a high game of 77 with a 124 series.

In the Preps division, Brandon Fowler scored a 127 with a 363 series and Adriana Wright scored a high game of 81 with a 213 series.

In the Junior/Majors category, Morgan Dawley scored a high game of 188 with a 524 series. Trevor Dawley also did well by scoring a 149 game with a 385 series.

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