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Saints Bowl Perfect 300 in Baker Game; Finish Fourth at AHBA #3

Saints Bowl Perfect 300 in Baker Game; Finish Fourth at AHBA #3


Fort Wayne, Ind. – The Aquinas men’s bowling team was back at the lanes yesterday (Dec. 3) for their third appearance at an American Heartland Bowling Association tournament this season. The men’s team bowled a score of 7,392 pins to finish in fourth place at the tournament out of 16 teams.

The team bowled four sets of baker games. During one of the baker games, the men’s team bowled a perfect 300 game. This is the first time in recorded program history that the Saints bowled a perfect 300 during a baker game.

Indiana Tech would be the team to win the tournament with a total of 7,603 pins. Trine and Adrian would be the only other two teams to place ahead of the Saints with pin totals of 7,504 and 7,457 pins, respectively.

Jack Wicker had his best performance of the season by far with in an impressive third-place finish at the tournament. He bowled game scores of 215, 247, 241, and 186 for a total of 889 pins. He finished just 8 pins behind the winner of the tournament while averaging 222.25 pins per game.

Michael Deming also had a great day, finishing in 11th place with a pin total of 862 pins. He scored 233, 258, 166, and 205 over his four games for an average of 215.5 pins per game.

Brandon Foster bowled three games for the Saints to place 53rd at Thunderbowl Lanes. He bowled a 221, 243, and 181 for a three-game total of 645 pins and an average of 215 pins per game.

Dylan Vermilyea also would bowl three games for AQ to finish in 60th place. His scores of 194, 183, and 216 for a pin total of 593 pins to average 197.67 pins per game.

Jonathan Garland would be the third Saint to bowl three games, finishing in 67th place with a pin total of 542. He averaged 180.67 pins per game after scores of 174, 186, and 182 scores in his three games.

Abery Thomas III would bowl two games for Aquinas, scoring 203 and 199. He would place 79th with an average of 201 pins per game.

James Ruoff would bowl one game with a score of 182 pins to finish in 97th place at the event.

The Saints are back in action one more time prior to Christmas break next Saturday (Dec. 10) as they are set to compete in the third WHAC Jamboree over in Allen Park, Michigan.

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