bowlers take third at home

Published: Thursday, Dec. 19, 2013 11:13 a.m. CDT

PELLA — Pella Christian hosted its first bowling triangular meet last Saturday. The Eagle boys finished third. PC did not field a girls’ team.

Norwalk won the boys’ competition with a team total of 2,453 followed by Oskaloosa at 2,313. Pella Christian piled up a 2,070.

“Our boys showed improvement from the previous week,” said Rod Blunck, PC bowling coach. The Eagle boys scored a 1,994 in their opener at the Knoxville Invitational, Dec. 7, finighin sixth out of six teams at Knoxville.

Jordan Pleima rolled the top score for the Eagles at home last Saturday. Pleima finished with a 313 for his two individual games. Brandon Roozendaal was second with a 305 and Grant Fynaardt had a 393.

Pella Christian joins Newton at Oskaloosa this Saturday.

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