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Bemidji bowlers host meet

BEMIDJI -- The third meet of the Minnesota high school co-ed bowling season was hosted by Bemidji Bowl on Sunday, Sept. 23. The Bemidji varsity team kicked off its home meet against New York Mills, winning the match, 4-1. The varsity bowlers had ...

BEMIDJI -- The third meet of the Minnesota high school co-ed bowling season was hosted by Bemidji Bowl on Sunday, Sept. 23.

The Bemidji varsity team kicked off its home meet against New York Mills, winning the match, 4-1. The varsity bowlers had one clean game in the match, attaining a score of 225. David Forte bowled a fill percentage of 93, followed by Jesse Phillips and Lindsey Theis with 80.

The varsity team then faced Fergus Falls in its second match of the day and dropped the match, 5-0.

Match three was against Perham with Bemidji winning the match, 5-0. Elliott Beevor led the team with a clean match of 100 percent, followed by David Forte at 91.

The Bemidji Blue junior varsity team kicked off the home meet with a 3-2 win over Fergus Falls Maroon. Demonte Desrosier led the team with a fill percentage of 64.

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Bemidji Blue faced New York Mills in its second match of the day, dropping the match, 5-0., and then lost its last match of the day against Detroit Lakes, 4-1. Daunte White turned in a fill percentage of 70, followed by Braden Olson with 60.

The Bemidji White junior varsity team kicked off the home meet against New York Mills. Bemidji White emerged the winner based on total pins of 521 to 520 due to a match score of 2-2-1.

Chandler Seitz led the team with high fill percentage.

Bemidji White dropped its second match to Fergus Falls Gold, 4-1, before losing its final match of the day to Fergus Falls Maroon, 3-2. Mason Graves had the match high fill percentage at 60, followed by Seitz.

The high school bowlers will travel to New York Mills for their next meet on Saturday, Sept. 29, with junior varsity competition beginning at 10 a.m. and varsity competition beginning at approximately 1 p.m.

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