Cavaliers have tough day on the lane at state tournament

BATTLE CREEK — The Flint Carman-Ainsworth bowling teams had three individuals at the state tournament at M-66 Bowl in Battle Creek.

The top-16 bowlers based on total pinfall after the six-game qualifying block advanced to the match play portion of the tournament.

Quinton Burnett was the only bowler to advance to the match play event. Burnett qualified third with 1,317 total pins. He rolled games of 179, 219, 274, 235, 234, 176.

In the match play event, Burnett lost in the opening round to Brian Monty of Westland John Glenn, 306- 298. He rolled games of 167 and 131, while Monty rolled 164 and 142.

On the girls’ side, Quinisha Burnett finished 24th overall during the qualifying with a score of 1,039. She rolled games of 153, 160, 173, 184, 183 and 186. Kenzey Lord finished 49th with 971 total pins. She rolled games of 194, 183, 147, 145, 153 and 149.

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