Langley bowlers strike for fourth, sixth

Five members of Willowbrook Lanes represented B.C. at Youth Bowl Canada national five pin championships

Jayden Allgaier-Hassan finished fourth over the weekend at the Youth Bowl Canada national five pin championships.

The competition was held May 7 to 9 in Calgary.

Competing in the bantam boys division, Allgaier-Hassan finished with an average pinfall of 193.41.

He was one of a handful of bowlers from Willowbrook Lanes competing at nationals.

The team of Liam Arnold, Jacob Garcia, Dylan Patterson and Daniel Dooley finished sixth in the team competition with 759.05 points.

They were competing in the junior boys competition.

The bowlers had earned their tickets to nationals after winning their respective divisions at provincials back in early March.


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