Harrison’s Jones rolls 866 to win JPC tournament

January 10, 2014

The Jack Pine Conference bowling teams played in the mid-winter singles tournament on Saturday at Goodyear Lanes in Houghton Lake. All three Clare County schools competed in the event with the highlight of the day coming in Harrison’s Quincy Jones winning the boys’ event.

Jones rolled scores of 280, 210, 210 and 238 to finish with a series of 866, beating second place Douglas Prince of Clare, who had 803.

Quincey Jones

Quincey Jones

Chase Howey of Harrison was fourth with a 770, Dalton Cipolletti of Clare was ninth with 700, Harrison’s Robert McCarer was 11th with 650 and CJ Fielder was Farwell’s top finisher in 12th with a series of 644.

Brad Coon and Kyle Duffett, both of Clare took 13th and 14th with scores of 642 and 631. In fifteenth place was Farwell’s Jacob Gross who rolled a 628 and teammate Riley Skornicka was 17th with a 609.

Jarod Gven and Sam Shaydik, both of Harrison were the area’s next top finishers in 21st and 22nd and rolled totals of 588 and 585. Fellow Hornet Ryan Haskin rolled 576 to place 24th, Farwell’s Corbin Brewer was 26th with 544, Harrison’s Lorne Bush was 31st with a 491 and Clare’s Kordell Rauschenberger was 41st at 408.

Rounding out area finishers were Kevin Spicer-Torres of Clare  with a 392 series and 43rd place finish, Harrison’s Austin Casey came in next in 44th at 366 and Chris Pomroy of Clare rolled 340 to come in 45th.

In the girls’ portion the top area finisher was Alex Osmond in third place, rolling games of 137, 164, 152 and 168 to finish with a series of 621. Cassie Reid of Farwell was fifth with 597, Courtney King of Harrison was sixth with 597, Farwell had Toni Boyd and Lauren Eigner come in eighth and ninth with scores of 589 and 579 to round out the area’s top-10 finishers.

Jessica Claffey of Harrison was 12th at 562, Desi Sayles of Clare was 16th with 533, Haley Sulla of Harrison had 531 to come in 17th and coming in 20th was Lady Hornet Ashleigh Sanderson with a series of 514.

Natalya Prosser of Clare was 22nd with 512, coming in 25th was Harrison’s Kayla Shinevar with 484, Samantha Warner of Clare was next in 26th with 482 and Rebekah Averill of Farwell was 31st at 435.

Rounding out area finishers were Clare’s Amber Grawey in 34th place with 379, Olanda Labuda of Farwell was 35th with 369, Angelica Krueger of Clare was 36th at 339, Clare’s Taylor Wade was 37th at 334 and Harrison’s Michala Stocker was 38th with a 332 series.

The JPC bowling teams return to regular league play on Saturday at Beaverton Lanes. Farwell is scheduled to play Beaverton, Clare battles Coleman and Harrison is on a bye week.

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