Mr. and Miss Bowling deliver sensational start-to-finish high school careers
For the past four seasons, there hasn’t been a high school bowling singles state finals that Johnson and VanDuinen didn’t attend. The bowling sensations were recognized with the top honors presented by the Michigan High School Interscholastic Bowling Coaches Association, with Johnson being named Mr. The four-time state qualifier was a two-time regional champion who never finished lower than third in regional play. The Michigan High School Interscholastic Bowling Coaches Association recognized its boys and girls Dream Teams for 2022 at Thunder Bowl in Allen Park. RELATED READINGFour-time first-teamer headlines high school bowling all-state teamsSingles state champions rise to the top in 2022 high school bowling finalsState champions crowned at 2022 high school bowling team finalsmlive.com
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Did you know Metro Detroit is sometiems called the bowling capital of the world? We have more bowling centers and league bowlers than most places, and Jason Carr is one of them. Michigan is also home to several bowling champions, including Jason’s coach, Michelle Mullen, and her business partner Aleta Sill.
Check out Michigan bowlers on a roll as high school seasons head toward regionals
Bowling is coming down the home stretch of its regular season with regionals looming in just a few weeks. Regionals for boys and girls will be Feb. 25 (team) and 26 (singles) with the finals on March 4 (team) and 5 (singles).mlive.com
Michigan high school bowlers adapting to season of change, making most of opportunity
But one thing was made apparent Wednesday at Northway Lanes: Weaver and VanDuinen are the top male and female high school bowlers in Muskegon County right now. High school bowling has been on the rise in recent years. Boys and girls high school bowling set participation records in the 2018-19 school year, with boys increasing 4.7 percent with 4,329 bowlers and girls increasing 1.1 percent with 3,093 participants. “We kind of joke around and say bowling is an afterthought. You’ve got to be able to mesh well with each other and be able to pick each other up.”In much the same way, high school bowling provides for a social setting and it offers competition.mlive.com
Ann Arbor Public Schools postpones start of winter sports season
ANN ARBOR – Superintendent of Ann Arbor Public Schools, Jeanice Kerr Swift, announced on Thursday that the winter sports season will be delayed until January due to concerns over COVID-19. “Participation in indoor practices and competitions during a public health pandemic comes with a risk to the health and safety of those involved.”The announcement comes two weeks after Swift urged the Michigan High School Athletic Association in a public letter to postpone the winter sports season. Since Swift’s original letter on Oct. 30, new county and statewide cases have skyrocketed, breaking numerous one-day infection records. “Don’t wait for a call from the Health Department,” Jimena Loveluck, health officer for Washtenaw County Health Department, said in a statement. Schools across Metro Detroit have begun to shift from in-person to remote learning due to the surge in new COVID-19 cases.
Michigan bowling alleys allowed to reopen
Bowling alleys across the state of Michigan are allowed to reopen for organized bowling under a new executive order from the governor. Bowling alleys were among the list of venues shuttered across the state for months due to the coronavirus. Some areas of the state already were allowed to have alleys operational. As of Thursday, all Michigan bowling alleys are now among the list of venues that may be open for the sole purpose of serving as a venue for organized sports.Gov. Read more: Certain Michigan businesses allowed to reopen
How Michigan bowling alleys are addressing major touch points amid pandemic
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. We went to Sterling Lanes in Sterling Heights to get an idea of how bowling alleys in Michigan are working to reopen and remain safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. Bowling alleys were shuttered for months during Michigans stay-at-home order. Now they can resume operations, allowing limited patrons. Watch the report to see what we found out, and what you might expect to find if you plan on visiting a bowling alley. Coronavirus pages
Bowling to return when PBA resumes season June 6
DETROIT The Professional Bowlers Association will resume its season June 6 with changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19). All tournaments will be played in Jupiter, Florida without an audience. Players will be distanced, and equipment will not be shared. We are so excited to be one of the first properties bringing live sports back to broadcast television, PBA CEO Colie Edison said. This dynamic series of events will showcase the immense talent of our elite bowlers to a wide audience and we look forward to welcoming new fans to the Professional Bowlers Association.