Sierra and Shelby Merry took part in the Thompson-Okanagan zone youth bowling competition Dec. 2, both sisters placing first in their divisions and qualifying for provincials in Surrey this coming March. Also from Salmon Arm, Calvin Hector competed and placed fourth in the senior boys’ division, along with Ky Ralston who placed sixth in junior boys’. (Tamara Carlson photo)

Salmon Arm youth bowlers strike their way into provincial tournament

Shuswap sisters take first place in two divisions at zone qualifier

Sierra and Shelby Merry took part in the Thompson-Okanagan zone youth bowling competition Dec. 2, both sisters placing first in their divisions and qualifying for provincials in Surrey this coming March. Also from Salmon Arm, Calvin Hector competed and placed fourth in the senior boys’ division, along with Ky Ralston who placed sixth in junior boys’.

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