Pinckney Girls Varsity Bowling

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Girls Bowling On A Roll

The Varsity girls continued their winning ways by beating Adrian 21-9 Thursday night. The team was led by Rachel Kuczajda throwing games of 238 & 289 for a two game set of 527 which puts her with the 2nd highest two game set for girls so far in the state.  She also set Pinckney High School

Girls Varsity Bowling Posts a Win

The Varsity Girls Bowling team got back into the win column with a 29-1 win over Ann Arbor Huron yesterday. They were led by Senior Captain, Rachel Kuczjada’s 212 & 205 games. The team started out their winning ways by taking both Baker Games with scores of 191 & 184.  Taylor Whipple also threw a very nice 203

Pirate Bowlers start SEC Season on a Roll

The Pinckney Community High School Pirate Bowling Team traveled to Forest View Lanes in Temperance, MI on Monday, December 4th to start the Southeastern Conference Season in a dual meet versus the Temperance Bedford High School Kicking Mules.  The Pirates came away with two wins out of the four matches. The Girls Junior Varsity lost

Pirate Bowler heading to States!

Pirate bowlers have been on a roll this season and finished just short of advancing through regionals this past weekend. To start with, the boys finished 9th overall in team event and were led by Chevy Pawliks 3 game series of 626 followed by Logan Tasics 199 & 181 games, Chris Randalls 181 & 185 games. Sean

Pirates Bowlers Faired Well in Conference Tournament!

A great big shout to both the boys and the girls bowling teams that participated in the KLAA Championships yesterday! The girls team, comprised of Molly Patterson, Abbie Wagner, Josie Griffith, Hunter Peczynski, Taylor Whipple, and Rachel Kuczajda, and Anna WIlmanowicz made the cut and played in the match play portion by finishing in 8th place

Pirate Bowlers Roll Over the Bulldogs!

The Pinckney Bowling team continued its winning ways by defeating Brighton at their home meet this past Saturday. The Varsity Boys were led by Joe Curts and his 224 game as they took 27 out of a possible 30 points to improve to 2-2 and move up to 4th place in the KLAA West Division.