Jan. 8, 2010,
Every pin the Plymouth High School boys bowling team knocked down counted in the Wildcats' KLAA match against Wayne Memorial Jan. 6.
The Wildcats and Zebras battled to a 15-15 draw in a dramatic showdown held at Novi Bowl.
After splitting the two Baker games -- Plymouth rolled a stellar 231 in the second -- the Wildcats won the first regular game, 974-915, as Kyle Webb registered a 235. However, Wayne rallied to win the second game, 1,065-881, despite 213 and 212 games from Webb and Andrew Fraser, respectively.
Webb finished with a two-game series of 448 while Fraser racked up a 384 series. Justin Thompson (360) and Rob Korstjens (349) also bowled well for Plymouth. Matt Bracey notched a 178 in his only game.
Wayne was paced by Jeremy Brown's 442 series.
On Jan. 5, the Wildcats dropped a tight 16.5-13.5 decision to Westland John Glenn at Novi Bowl.
The Wildcats started out hot, winning both Baker games, however, the Rockets launched an impressive comeback, taking the two regular games 957-849 and and 1,025-979.
Korstjens was on fire for the Wildcats, rolling games of 203 and 245. Webb tossed a 374 series that included a 204 second game. Brandon Congdon (301 series) and Thompson (384) also contributed to the 'Cats' cause.
Jordan Hornes was spectacular for John Glenn, putting up games of 216 and 246.
WILDCAT GIRLS FALL TO ZEBRAS, ROCKETS
Despite a remarkable performance from Mackenzie Carlson, Plymouth's girls bowling team fell to Wayne on Jan. 6, 23-7.
Carlson turned in the second-highest two-game series recorded in the KLAA this season as she struck her way to a 499 (287 and 212). Carlson's effort led the 'Cats to a 859-790 triumph in the first regular game, however, they couldn't overcame a double setback in the Baker games.
Also bowling both games for the Wildcats were Krystyn Sturtz (310 series) and Mandy Martin (279). Serena Oliver was solid in Game 1, throwing a 152.
Oharris led the Zebras with a 403 series.
On Jan. 5, the Wildcats suffered a 25-5 setback at the hands of John Glenn at Novi Bowl.
Carlson was solid again for Plymouth, rolling a 362 series (193 and 169 games). Sturtz was stellar as well, notching games of 140 and 166. Tiffani Patterson tossed games of 126 and 120 for Plymouth, which dropped both regulars games, 733-695 and 769-646.