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Woodhaven girls JV bowling 2023/2024 season wrap up

Johnathon Sawicki
Shelby Hayes hooks the ball into the pocket for a strike.

It has been a year of adaptation for the JV Girls Bowling team as there have been many ups and downs. They faced many challenges this season but have displayed toughness and grit to get through every single one of their games.

The girls started the season on fire, winning six games in a row with a huge blowout win against Downriver League rival Trenton Trojans JV team 30-0, with bowlers Rylee Mullins shooting (169,138) and Shelby Hirsch (134,148) leading the way in the victory.

When asked about their thoughts on this season, Ashlyn Houston said, “This was a building block year for me being a junior. I felt like I had learned a lot this season from the coaches and my teammates. I’m positive this is going to be a year I look back on as a year of growth.”

In one of the few tournaments the JV girls played, they took on the opportunity to show up and make a statement by winning the Wayne County Team Tournament. The Woodhaven girls led the entire way with great games from Rylee Mullins, who took first place, and Shelby Hayes, who took second.

When asked about winning the tournament, Rylee Mullins said, “It felt like we were supposed to win that tournament. As soon as I started bowling I knew we were winning. It especially felt good to get first and second in a tournament with your teammate”. 

Though the girls let up a few games this season in Downriver Leagues, there was never a game where they didn’t give the other team a run for their money. They always kept it competitive from start to finish.

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