Bowlers strike for gold

Willowbrook Lanes bowlers win provincial gold, off to nationals in May

Jayden Allgaier-Hassan captured the bantam boys title while the team of Liam Arnold, Jacob Garcia, Dylan Patterson and Daniel Dooley took the junior boys title.

The bowlers, who compete out of Willowbrook Lanes, were in Kamloops and Chase over the weekend for the 5 Pin Youth Bowling Provincials.

Allgaier-Hassan scored 1,111 to win the bantam (10 and under) division. He was 114 points clear of second place.

The junior (ages 11 to 14) boys team, which is coached by Jason McCormick, combined for 2,976 points. It was 142 points ahead of second place.

The team is made up Liam Arnold, Jacob Garcia, Dylan Patterson and Daniel Dooley.

As provincial champions, the bowlers will now represent B.C. at the national championships in Calgary from May 7 to 9.

Willowbrook Lanes’ senior (ages 15 to 19) boys team of Cole Fischer, Braydyn Ingebrigtsen, Wesley Cooper and Moneesh Goundar — and coached by Debbie Ealey — won the silver medal after scoring 3,505 points. The winning team had 3,864 points.

 

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