The Bronson bowlers took care of business on Wednesday, sweeping Constantine.
The Viking boys won 28-2, the girls won 29-1.
In boys’ action, the Vikings claimed baker wins at 185-161 and 189-148 for all 10 possible points.
Singles play saw Bronson roll games of 870 and 833 for a 1,703 pin total, Constantine had games of 689 and 714 for a total of 1,393.
Leading the way for Bronson was Colin Smith, he rolled games of 193 and 204 for a 397. Phoenix Haviland was right behind him with games of 179 and 216 for a 395.
Bronson also got a 318 series from Shaun McAfee, he bowled games of 168 and 150. Hunter Woodman bowled a 170 single game, Nic Cranson added a 160, Tyler Overholt added a 138.
The Viking girls won comfortably in baker games at 158-55 and 131-47 for all 10 possible points.
In singles play, Bronson posted pin totals of 717 and 728 for a 1,445 total. Constantine rolled games of 368 and 330 (698 total).
Leading the way for Bronson was Morgan McConn, she rolled games of 169 and 217 for a 386 series.
Tenleigh Watkins bowled a 103 and 137 for 240, Heidi Squires added games of 95 and 137 for 232.
Bowling individual games was Savanna Taylor with a 200, Hadassah Bloom with a 150, Jasmine Jewett with a 123 and Bailee Smith with a 114.
This article originally appeared on Sturgis Journal: Viking bowling teams win two