Junior League Information
We offer an exciting Junior Program with leagues on Mondays, or Wednesdays after school as well as Saturday mornings. The program offers league bowling, tournaments, awards, and opportunities to win scholarships for youth in grades 1 thru 12. We have "USBC" certified coaches on staff to coach and help youth develop their bowling skills while having fun with their friends! Junior leagues are now forming for the season. See Program flyer below. Call us at 736-3333 for more information and to register for a Junior league!
Oct. 26, 2014
WADENA — The West-Central (North) Conference regular season ended on Sunday in Wadena, with the Fergus Falls varsity sweeping all three matches to clinch the regular season championship.
The Otters started off with a 5-0 win over Perham, then beat the host team, Wadena 4-1, and finished up with a close, 3-2 win over Detroit Lakes. The entire team bowled over their season-to-date fill percentages for the day. Hunter Christenson led the team at 96 percent, with Arnold Bolland, Olivia Anderson, and Dylan Huffman all coming in at 84 percent. Mary Gettel and Wyatt Swanson finished at 77 percent and 76 percent, respectively.
Fergus Falls JV Maroon wrapped up the JV regular season title with a 4-1 win over Detroit Lakes, and a split with Fergus Falls JV Black. Maroon lost to Black in a close match, with both teams winning two games, and tying one. Total pins then determine the match winner, with Black taking the victory. In the final match of the season, position round seedings found top seed Maroon facing the two-seed Black in a rematch, with Maroon coming out on top, 4-1. Dan Anderson was team-high at 78 percent, with Casey Thom at 68 percent, Allison Krensing at 67 percent, and Jacob Halvorson with 66 percent.
Along with their split with Maroon, Fergus Falls JV Black defeated Wadena 5-0, to go 2-1 on the day to lock up second place for the regular season. Nolan Booth set the pace for Black at 73 percent, with Mariah Briceno at 63 percent.
Fergus Falls JV Gold finished up their rookie season on a high note, winning two out of three matches. Gold had wins over New York Mills and Wadena, while dropping a close 2-3 decision to Detroit Lakes. Morgan Christenson led Gold with 69 percent, with Kaitlyn Krensing second at 61 percent.
The conference tournament will be held in Detroit Lakes, on Saturday with competition beginning at 11 a.m.
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Published 8:36am Monday, October 27, 2014Updated 10:36amMonday, October 27, 2014
When taking the lanes Monday atNorthern AireinFergusFalls, Olivia Anderson went about her business like she usually does, picking up her Venom Shock bowling ball and rolling it down the lane. But on this occasion, everything was nearly perfect.Andersonrolled games of 267, 236 and 253 to finish with a 756 series.
That feat was impressive for a junior bowler, but what was more impressive is that not only did she record the highest series for a junior bowler, she also broke the women’s high series at the lanes.
“The whole time I didn’t realize I had broken the women’s high series,” Anderson said. “Luke (Loeffler) told me after I was done. It was pretty exciting and I have a feeling of accomplishment.”
The previous women’s high series was 736, rolled by Jenny Thunselle.
Loeffler believes that Anderson only had one open frame in the entire 36-frame series.
Anderson has been bowling since she was 4 and has been a key member in the FergusFalls co-ed and girls bowling teams the past few seasons.