Bowling suffers first loss to Caledonia

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Bowling suffers first loss to Caledonia

A Bucs bowler rolls the ball in a home contest last year. This year's team is young and looking to improve their mentality with each match.

A Bucs bowler rolls the ball in a home contest last year. This year's team is young and looking to improve their mentality with each match.

Ben Werkman

A Bucs bowler rolls the ball in a home contest last year. This year's team is young and looking to improve their mentality with each match.

Ben Werkman

Ben Werkman

A Bucs bowler rolls the ball in a home contest last year. This year's team is young and looking to improve their mentality with each match.

Mijan Ahmad Nizam, Reporter

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WHAT HAPPENED: The Bucs’ bowling team clashed with Caledonia yesterday in what would turn out be a crushing 13-17 loss. The team’s attitude seemed to get in the way of their game. “It seemed like players were starting to give up” Senior Jonathan Garland said.

WHAT IT MEANS: The Bucs fell to 3-1-1 on the season.

THEY SAID IT: “To be honest, everyone really struggled yesterday,” senior Jonathan Garland said. “We have to work on the freshmans’ mental game so they don’t get angry if they struggle. It does take some time to maintain a solid mental game.”

KEY PLAYERS: Senior Jonathan Garland led the way with 445 total points. Other players, including freshman Jaxson Garland and sophomore Collin Prokopec, were key in keeping the team positive – attitude wise.

UP NEXT: The Bucs look to bounce back when they square off with Hudsonville at 3:30 p.m on Feb. 6.

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