Junior bowling: Glenmerry bowlers advance to B.C.s

Three Glenmerry Bowl junior bowlers have rolled their way to the provincials.

Three Glenmerry Bowl junior bowlers have rolled their way to the provincials after taking gold at the Zone E qualifying tournament last week.

All gold medal winners automatically qualify for the singles event at the B.C. championship in Kelowna/Vernon in March.

Trail’s Brice Paugh won the junior boys gold after throwing a combined five-game score of 968, while team mate Mitchell Isenor claimed silver with a 924.

In the senior girls category, Kennady Keraiff held off a charging Tyler Burt from Cranbrook by tossing the highest total of the tournament, an impressive 1,188 for the gold, while Burt came in second at 1,187, and Katy Fowler of Glenmerry Bowl picked up bronze.

Meanwhile, Jacob Plett of Trail pulled out the victory with a 1,158 total in senior boys, to beat silver medalist from Castle Bowl, Axel Wood, and bronze medalist, Devon Fulton of Glenmerry Bowl.