KALAMAZOO – The Coldwater boys’ bowling team reserved a lane at Century Lanes in Waterford on March 6, after the Cardinals claimed a Division 2 regional title on Saturday.
Coldwater captured the regional crown after knocking down a regional-best 3,948 total score at Continental Lakes in Kalamazoo.
Also at the regional, Marshall placed fifth with a score of 3,671; Gull Lake was 11th with a 3,252; and Lakeview was 13th with a 2,763.
MORE BOYS’ BOWLING REGIONALS
Division 3 at Eastland Bowl: Pennfield will advance to the Division 3 state finals at Airport Lane in Jackson, after the Panthers finished third at the regional with a team score of 3,540.
Corunna won the regional with a 3,770. Also at the regional, Olivet placed 16th with a score of 2,799.
Division 4 at Northway Lanes: Galesburg-Augusta saw its team season come to an end, after placing eighth with a score of 3,024. Ravenna won the regional with a score of 3,671.
GIRLS’ BOWLING REGIONALS
Division 2 at Continental Lanes: Coldwater punched its ticket to the Division 2 state finals at Century Lanes in Waterford after finishing runner-up in the regional with a score of 3,373. Charlotte won the regional with a 3,517.
Also at the regional, Marshall placed fifth with a 3,029 and Gull Lake was 11th with a score of 2,438.
Division 3 at Eastland Bowl: Pennfield will miss out on the state finals after the Panthers finished seventh in the regional with a score of 2,981. Corunna won the regional with a score of 3,319.
Division 4 at Northway Lanes: Galesburg-Augusta was ousted after placing sixth in the regional with a score of 2,595. Ravenna won the regional wit ha score of 3,051.
COMPETITIVE CHEER REGIONALS
Division 2 at Middleville-Thornapple Kellogg: Gull Lake saw its title hopes dashed, as the Blue Devils finished 10th in the regional with a total score of 720.74. Gull Lake posted an opening round score of 217.60, followed by a 207.64 score in round 2 and a 295.50 in round 3.
Moving on from the regional were champion DeWitt, Thornapple Kellogg, Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills and St. Joseph.