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Moose Jaw duo win silver at YBC bowling provincials

Robinson, Minchin team up to win medal in Bantam boys division
A solid day of bowling led to an impressive result for a pair of local Youth Bowl Canada competitors at provincials recently

The team of Marcus Robinson and Parker Minchin rolled a 1,401 total over four games to claim the Bantam boys division silver medal during the National Championship Team Provincials in Regina this past weekend.

Both players recorded an impressive 209 during their run – Robinson in Game 1, Minchin in Game 2 – on their way to rolling 744 and 657 respectively. Their total put them just over 100 points back of the winners from Saskatoon Eastview and a mere 16 points ahead of Prince Albert for second.

The team of Jameson Heisler and Carter Pilatzke finished in 12th with a total of 1,023.

The Bantam girls team of Marissa Montgomery (735, including 234 in Game 4) and Amy Cox (442) finished in fifth place in their division, while Onyx Denet (506) and Ava Koch (505) were seventh.

In the Junior boys division, Hunter Shaw (596) and Matthew Lazurko (841) finished sixth; Owen Wendt (748) and Trevor Coxe (624) landed in 10th place.

Mackenna Smith (528) and Jacqueline Gairepy (365) finished in 12th place in junior girls.

The Senior division saw South Hill Bowling Centre competitors post three top 10 finishes, with Kenneth Munro (712) and Jackson Leroy (829, including a 263 in Game 3) finishing sixth in boys while the team of Tristan Smith (838, including 244 to open and 254 to close) and Mychaella Fay (719) were seventh in girls. Also competing in the Senior boys class were Ryley Shaw (711) and Leigham McLeod (742), who finished in 10th place.

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