Sports

Perfect at provincials

A perfect game from Darryl Wood helped his five-pin bowling team from the Dell Lanes in Surrey place first in the Senior Boys provincial competition in Chilliwack.

Wood threw 12 consecutive strikes for a 450 score at Chillibowl Lanes.

Marcus Borkowsky, Marco Tsang, Ryan Edwards and Jordan Schuss were also on the team which totalled 4,831 pins over four games, a total that was more than 600 pins better than the second place team.

The Dell Lanes squad also won the provincial tournament in 2007.

Four teams from Surrey’s Scottsdale Lanes also won team titles. Renae Ealey, Meagan Gallicano, Samantha Teljeur, Cally Hanson and Sara Semkiw earned Scottsdale its second straight provincial title in the Senior Girls division, totalling 4,362 pins for a winning margin of 53.

The Junior Boys team of Eric Bennett, Moneesh Goundar, Colton Doyle, Anthony McCain and Alexander Vaz had a score of 3,760, 301 pins nore than the second place team.

In the Junior Girls group, the score of 3,513 by Justine Vaz, Colleen Unali, Sarah King, Damnjit Saroya and Kirsten Featherstone was 216 pins more than their nearest rival.

Also winning a provincial title was Scottsdale’s Bantam Girls team of Taylor Charles, Jade Singfield, Cheyenne Jensen, Alexa Kaweski and Rebecca Ponting. Their four-game score of 3,265 was more than 400 pins better than the second place team.

The provincial competition is the third stage of the Four Steps to Stardom tournament.

Provincial champions will compete in the fourth stage, the national championship tournament, May 3 in Edmonton.

sports@surreyleader.com

We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Please see our FAQ if you have questions or concerns about using Facebook to comment.
School in B.C. will not begin on time: negotiator
 
21-year-old man went missing Saturday
 
B.C. eyes looser liquor penalties for bars, stores
COLUMN: Shiloh-Sixth Avenue United Church could soon be sold
 
New program offers respite for exhausted parents
 
Letters: What slough was
Bottling plant eyed for Harrison Mills
 
Whitecaps pen open letter to New West residents
 
Looking back: Maple Ridge Museum’s past, present, future

Community Events, September 2014

Add an Event



Read the latest eEdition

Browse the print edition page by page, including stories and ads.

Sep 2 edition online now. Browse the archives.