ZEELAND — The Reeths-Puffer bowling teams opened their seasons with the O-K Black pre-conference meet at Zeeland Lanes last Saturday.
The boys bowling team placed second, with a total score of 3870, just behind Mona Shores, which had a 3980.
Jordan Grabinski was the top scorer for R-P, posting a score of 244 in game one and 179 in game two.
The girls squad placed fourth at the opening meet with a score of 2698. Mona Shores easily won the girls’ meet with a 3486.
Kayleigh Gonzalez paced the Rocket girls, scoring a 194 in game one and a 132 in game two.
R-P beats Muskegon in opener
MUSKEGON — The Reeths-Puffer bowling teams opened their seasons Monday and took victories over Muskegon at Northway Lanes.
The boys bowling team downed the Big Reds 27-3, while the girls won 25-5.
In the regular games, Noah Carter and Vincent Fors led the Rockets in game one by bowling identical 210 games. R-P took both regular games by over a hundred points. Game one’s score was 956-849 and game two’s was 919-805.
In the baker games, in which five team members bowl two frames each for one team score, R-P easily won as well. The Rockets took the first baker game 211-134 and the second 212-159.
On the girls’ side, Rebecca Johns led the Rockets in game one with a score of 198 while Samantha Johns bowled a 191. R-P won the regular games by scores of 775-603 and 711-496 respectively.
The baker games also both went in favor of R-P, as the Rockets won game one 205-92 and game two 185-102.
Rockets fall to Mona Shores
MUSKEGON — The Reeths-Puffer Rockets dropped their second meet of the season, with both the boys and girls teams taking identical 22-8 losses to Mona Shores.
The boys team split the two regular games. The Sailors won game one 1047-918 while the Rockets bounced back to take game two 1046-997.
Noah Carter helped R-P take the second game by bowling a 246. Jordan Grabinski had a 245 and Vincent Fors posted a 244 in game one.
Mona Shores took both baker games, 186-158 an 205-185.
Samantha Johns led the girls with a series of 404, including a 232 in game one. Rebecca Johns had a 190 to lead the Rockets in game two.