GRAND LEDGE — The Carman- Ainsworth boys’ and girls’ bowling teams secured a spot at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s state finals on Friday and Saturday after coming up with stellar performances at regional No. 2-1 at Royal Scot Lanes, hosted by Grand Ledge, last Friday and Saturday.
The girls qualified after placing second overall with a total of 3,797. The Lady Cavs also qualified three individuals after Kenzey Lord took sixth place, bowling 1,175, while Quinisha Burnett secured ninth place with 1,095 and Shamonica Simon came in 10th, rolling 1,079. Bernadette Gruber ended the day in 25th with 1,003 and Kassidy Lord stood at 28th with 980. Yarika Hughes wrapped up the regional in 37th with 944.
As for the boys, they qualified with a third-place finish, totaling 3,934. Jordan Nunn was the lone individual qualifier for the boys, placing fourth after accumulating a 1,269. Jordan Blair just barely missed qualifying individually, tying for 10th place with 1,173, while Parker Zeller took 19th with 1,115. DeQuincy Adams finished in 31st by rolling 1,084 and Brandon Williams came in 49th with 994. Cameron Wright placed 50th with 989.
Both squads return to the lanes this Friday and Saturday for the state finals at Northway Lanes in Muskegon.