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!
Otter Bowlers Sweep at Home, Hold Conference Lead
By Dean Paulson - Fergus Falls, MN Tuesday, September 20, 2016
The Fergus Falls High School bowling teams hosted the second West Central (North)
Conference meet of the season on Sunday, at Northern Aire Lanes.
The Otter varsity defeated Bemidji in their first match, four games to one. Spencer Jennen (90%), Jacob Halvorson (87%), and Casey Thom (83%) were team-high in fill percentage. The Fergus varsity found themselves down 1-2 in the second match of the day, against Wadena, but rallied in the final two games to take a 3-2 match win. Jennen and Thom led the way with 83% and 75%, respectively. The Otters closed out the meet with a 5-0 win over Perham to remain undefeated, and atop the conference. Jennen and Nolan Booth both had clean matches at 100%, with Kylie Jennen at 77%, and Thom at 75%.
Fergus JV Black romped through the competition, with a sweep of all three matches, including all fifteen games. Dom Hemingsen was team-high at 83%, withMariah Briceno and Paige Kort at 66%, in a win over Wadena. Hemingsen (87%), Ryan Wilson (85%), Levi Danielson (77%), and Ronnie Becker (75%) led the way over Detroit Lakes. The sweep was completed against New York Mills,Kaitlyn Krensing (100%), Briceno and Wilson (87%), and Hemingsen (70%) were team-high. Fergus JV Black also remains undefeated, and leads the JV division.
The young JV Maroon team had their first match of the day, against Detroit Lakes, come down to a tie-breaker. The teams had two wins each, and they tied one, so the tie-breaker to determine the match winner is total pins for the five games. After the games were added up, it was Detroit Lakes coming out with the match win by three pins. Kyla Fronning (80%), and Jasmine Benjamin (62%), were team-high in the loss. JV Maroon came back with a win over Bemidji, 4-1, led by Fronning at 72%, and Lucas Oliphant and Keisen Wick at 66%. JV Maroon finished up the day with a 5-0 win over Wadena. Team leaders were Oliphant and Wick (87%), Benjamin (83%), and Fronning(71%).
The next meet will be in Bemidji, on Sunday, Sept 25, at 1:00pm