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Bowling duos duel in Duncan

Dawn Miller was in fine form in the high-low doubles bowling tournament at Duncan Lanes with partner Tristin Reynolds. - submitted
Dawn Miller was in fine form in the high-low doubles bowling tournament at Duncan Lanes with partner Tristin Reynolds.
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Host Duncan Lanes bowlers did well in the Mid-Vancouver Island Tenpin Association high-low doubles tournament.

The duo of Alex Gammie and Jeremy Garside built up early lead and held on with a +100 total to capture the gold in the Bantam division. Gammie's led the way in the second game, rolling five strikes in a row on his way to a personal best 176 single.

A tiebreaker was needed to decide silver and bronze after four games. Amber Kelly and Owen Ketch were successful in snatching the silver.

Kelly and Ketch prevailed in the playoff +54 to +37 over Kayden Singer and Marlon Harris from Nanaimo's Splitsville Lanes.

Duncan's Wratten cousins — Brady and Wyatt — were fourth at +44.

Dawn Miller and Tristin Reynolds overcame a seven-pin deficit after the first game and romped to the Junior division gold with a 112-pin victory.

Reynolds was +195 for the day and Miller +90 for a combined score of +285. Miller had a 194 single.

Luke Dixon and Shanialin Thompson of Splitsville took second at +173 and the bronze went to Splitsville's Brooke Sorenson and Alexis Loewen at +142.

Ryan Harms and Mikayla Edmunds were +45 for the bronze medal in the Senior division. Daryl Attrill and Tyler Murchie finished fourth at +15.

Splitsville's Gregory Sorenson and Martina Loewen won the Senior gold at +101, with second going to the Splitsville tandem of Tyler Radelja and Janet Thompson at +96.

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