Toledo, Ohio – The AQ men’s bowling team competed in the fourth and final WHAC Jamboree of the season today (Feb. 4) at the Miracle Lanes of Toledo. The men finished the four individual games with scores of 831, 973, 947, and 865. They followed that performance with baker game scores of 733, 688, 766, and 751 for a total of 6,554 pins. That result was good for a fifth-place finish in the tournament.
Indiana Tech won the jamboree with a pin total of 7,168. Lawrence Tech (7,157 pins), Concordia (7,151 pins), and Rochester (6,708 pins) rounded out the remaining top five teams.
Michael Deming finished inside the top ten with a ninth-place finish at the WHAC competition. He bowled a 194, 197, 202, and 203 over his four games to total 826 pins and average 206.5 pins per game.
Abery Thomas III was the only other Saint to bowl all four games. He bowled a 161, 182, 211, and 146 over his four games to average 175 pins per game. His total of 700 pins landed him in 25th place on the leaderboard.
James Ruoff, Brandon Foster, and Jonathan Garland all bowled three games and finished within five spots of each other in the standings.
Ruoff finished in 41st with a total of 544. He bowled a 144, 219, and 181 to average 181.3 pins per game.
Foster ended the event in 44th place with a total of 530 pins and an average of 176.7 pins per game. He bowled a 184, 196, and 150 over his three games.
Garland placed 45th after scoring a 217, 165, and 144 in his three games. His games totaled out to 526 pins for an average of 175.3 pins per game.
Jack Wicker bowled two games for AQ, scoring a 148 and 161 over his two games. His 154.5 pin per game average landed him in 62nd place.
Dylan Vermilyea bowled one game for Aquinas but scored a 181 in the one game he played. His 181-pin total resulted in a 64th-place finish.
Aquinas has a quick turnaround as they are set to compete in the American Heartland Bowling Association Championship tomorrow (Feb. 4). The event will be held at the Monroe Sports Center in Monroe, Michigan.
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