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Bowlers take strike action

Langley’s Brittany Dacosta tests her strike-out skills during the 52nd annual Junior Pacific Coast bowling tournament, held at Willowbrook Lanes over the weekend. More than 100 bowlers ages 12 to 18 competed from across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Langley’s Brittany Dacosta tests her strike-out skills during the 52nd annual Junior Pacific Coast bowling tournament, held at Willowbrook Lanes over the weekend. More than 100 bowlers ages 12 to 18 competed from across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times

Willowbrook Lanes was the site of the 52nd annual Junior Pacific Coast bowling tournament over the weekend.

More than 100 bowlers, ages 12 to 18, from across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island were in Langley for the two-day competition.

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