The Girls Varsity Bowling Team had a rough week of matches, going 0-3, facing both Airport and Huron twice, including the position round. They bowled well throughout the week, but just fell short of any wins. On Saturday, January 27th, in the 11th annual “Bowl for Burns” tournament at Ten Pins of Trenton it finally all came together for the girls’ squad. Starting the day strong with games of 183-222 and 184-222, the girls kept pace all day, shooting the two high games of qualifying with those TWO 222 games. The girls finished with a 12-game qualifying series of 2,010 as 2nd seed, behind Wyandotte Roosevelt (2,011). They matched up against Belleville (7th) and rolled themselves into the next round defeating Belleville 312-264. In the semifinals the girls matched up against the 6th seed Melvindale. This round a bit more competitive but it ended ultimately with another successful win by the Lady Rams, defeating Melvindale 333-313. This win placed the girls in the finals against the 1st seed Wyandotte Roosevelt team, Wyandotte came into the finals and bowled a very good 187 game but it was no match for the Rams as they bowled a “clean game” of 216! This set the Rams up with a 29-pin lead heading into the final game where the Rams defeated Wyandotte Roosevelt 157-150. After the 373-336 victory it looks like the Lady Rams might be back on track for a strong finish to this season. The Lady Rams coach Michelle Jackson and Assistant coach Kayla Jackson are very proud of the way the girls responded after such a tough week of matches.