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All set up and ready to host the one and only home meet today! There are 4+ tables of prizes for the Bucket Raffle, a 50in TV, 50/50 drawings and 2 tables of yummy baked goods! Stop by Rec Lanes to check it all out! There is something for everyone! Go Mountaineers!
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On a roll: IM boys bowling team stays hot 12/30/2021

Here's the latest:

On a roll: IM boys bowling team stays hot IRON MOUNTAIN — The Iron Mountain boys bowling team heads into the new year with an unbeaten record after defeating Ishpeming 37-3 on Dec. 18 and L’Anse 39-1 in a makeup match held in Marquette on Dec. 23. Against the Hematites at Recreation Lanes, Iron Mountain swept both Baker games and all th...

IM bowling squads open season on the road 12/08/2021

Week 1 article in the paper today! 🖤💛🎳💛💙

IM bowling squads open season on the road L’ANSE — The Iron Mountain Mountaineer co-op bowling teams opened the season on Dec. 4 by splitting a pair of matches at the Whirl-I-Gig Bowl in L’Anse. The boys defeated Westwood 33-7, while the girls fell to the Patriots 38-2. “The first meet is always an unknown,” said IM head coach Pet...


Hey all!!

Practice for the new season starts next Thursday November 11th at 3:30. Anyone that is interested just needs to show up. Bring your friends too! You do NOT need to be good, as we will teach you!

See you then! 🖤💛🎳💙💛


🎆🎇🧨 Looking for Fireworks???? 🎆🎇🧨

The IM/K High School Bowling Team is manning the TNT Fireworks tent by Culvers as a fundraiser!

This is a great opportunity for our team to earn/raise a large portion of the funds for our season!!

So, if you are planning to get some fireworks, please consider stopping by to see what all is there, and supporting our team!!

Also, if you would please share this, that would be awesome!!


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Photos from IMHS Bowling Page's post 05/10/2021
Photos from IMHS Bowling Page's post 05/10/2021

SORRY ALL!!! Looked like the post was duplicated, so I deleted one, and both disappeared!!! GRRRR....

***ATTENTION BOWLERS (Middle/High School, Adult League, AND Occasional Bowlers)

**Are you (or planning to be) a High School bowler and want to be more competitive?
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**Are you a weekend warrior and just want to learn more about the proper way to bowl?


Starting this Wednesday (5/12), we will be starting our Boot Camp! We also do the "Learn to Bowl Better" class starting this Thursday (5/13)! Both cover pretty much the same topics, so if you can't make one, you can come to the other. You can come to both if you really want to as well!

We look forward to seeing you starting this Wednesday!!

Get a group together, save some money, have a great time, and even learn a few things!!


Trulock claims girls title, Doucette spills 300 at UP bowling finals 04/09/2021

Here is the Daily News article covering the UP Singles Event!

Trulock claims girls title, Doucette spills 300 at UP bowling finals ISHPEMING — There were many Iron Mountain-Kingsford standouts on Saturday as high school bowling teams traveled to River Rock Lanes in Ishpeming to compete in the 2021 U.P. Singles Finals. A highlight was a 300 game bowled by Kingsford junior Marcus Doucette, a member of the Iron Mountain squad. H...


Another great day yesterday at the UP Team Finals!!

The Girls team, the Boys team, and the X team all had to bowl 8 baker games, and two regular team games. The girls were in one division, and the boys (6 teams)/X teams (2 teams) were in one division.

The boys/X team division had 8 teams competing. The X team did an amazing job, and finished in 5th place, ahead of three of the boys varsity teams!!

The boys varsity team qualified in second place, and then went to match play. After just sliding by the 3rd place qualifying Ishpeming guys in the first round of brackets, we ended up falling just short of the UP Team Championship Escanaba Eskymo's in the finals. So, a runner-up finish for the guys!

The ladies qualified in first by just 16 pins shooting 2368. From there, they took on the L'anse ladies in the first round of brackets, and were able to get past them. They then went on to the finals and worked past the Eskymo ladies for the UP Team Championship!


Regionals take place in Ga***rd this next Friday and Saturday!


Photos from IMHS Bowling Page's post 03/08/2021

Here is a sneak peak of what we are just sending the paper from the UP Singles Tournament this last weekend!

Mountaineer Bowlers Place in UP Singles Final

Both the boys’ and girls’ Mountaineer bowling teams travelled to River Rock Lanes in Ishpeming Saturday, March 6 to compete in the 2021 UP Singles Finals. There were standouts in both divisions.
Thirty-three UP ladies began by bowling four qualifying games, with the top sixteen moving on to two-game elimination match play. The Lady Mountaineers put on an excellent display by placing five out of six bowlers in the Round of 16. Qualifying at the number 3 seed was KHS Senior Lexi Jacko, who shot a four-game score of 705. At the fourth seed was KHS Freshman Kimberley McCallister with a 668 score. Tossing a 620 and seeding sixth was big sister Jane McCallister, a KHS Senior. Rounding out the top 16 were KHS Freshman McKenna Trulock with 547 and IMHS Freshman Emily Lautzenheiser with a score of 534.
Lexi Jacko bested Ishpeming’s Lily Ulvila by 78 pins (365-287) to move on to the Round of Eight. She was joined by McKenna Trulock who edged out Emily Kayramo of L’Anse in a tight contest (312-290). The Round of Eight saw only Trulock moving on as she beat Maggie Berger of Menominee 338-288. Jacko’s 293 was a heartbreaking finish as she fell to Escanaba’s Abby Hill who shot 319.
In the Final Four match, Trulock exacted a bit of revenge by topping Escanaba’s Hill, 367-311, moving on to the finals against Freshman Elise Ketola of Westwood. In the first game, Trulock found herself ahead of Ketola by 18 pins. The Westwood bowler fashioned a 170 game, but was unable to overcome the lead. McKenna Trulock was crowned the 2021 UPBS Girls Singles Champion.
“I believe this is the first time a freshman has ever won the UP Singles title in the conference’s 27 year history,” stated conference secretary Dave Ebsch of Menominee.
On the boys’ side of the tournament, forty-six UP boys began bowling the four-game qualifying block. Eleven Mountaineers began the tournament, but only four moved on to the match play brackets. KHS Junior Andrew Morgan topped the Mountaineer qualifiers by placing third with an 896 total. Morgan’s first three games totaled 708 (237-223-248), a personal best. At fourth seed was fellow KHS Junior Marcus Doucette with a score of 881. KHS Senior Logan Galbraith was seeded in sixth with an 835 total score. The final Mountaineer bowler to make the qualifying cut was IMHS Junior Hunter Lautzenheiser at eighth seed with 817. All four bowlers averaged over 200 in qualifying, with Morgan carrying a 224 average, Doucette at 220, Galbraith with 208 and Lautzenheiser averaging 204. IMHS Junior Dakota Jaeger was just 13 pins out of the cut in 17th place.
The first round of match play found two Mountaineer bowlers advancing. Logan Galbraith topped Gaven Erickson of Escanaba 396-354 and Marcus Doucette beat fellow Eskymo Jordan Nance 420-349. The Round of Eight saw only Doucette move on. He struck repetitively, throwing 559 to the 396 score of Ishpeming’s Dawsen Emaunuelson. Doucette’s games were 259 and 300. This was Doucette’s first perfect game. Doucette’s hot hand continued into the semi-final match as he tossed 247 and 230 to end the run of top-seed Hunter Lancour of Escanaba, who shot a two game score of 384.
In the final match, Doucette’s opponent was Troy Delvaux of Escanaba. Delvaux started by firing a 268 to Doucette’s 224. Marcus came back to shoot 212 to Delvaux’s 187, but the gap was too great. Marcus Doucette claimed the UPBC Runner-Up Singles title for 2021. For the twelve games of qualifying and match play, Doucette carried an average of 231.
This marks the fourth time a perfect game has been thrown in Upper Peninsula Bowling Conference competition. Kingsford’s late Jordan Groeneveld rolled the first 300 game for the Kingsford Flivver bowling team in 2003 at Holiday Bowl in Menominee. In 2005, Mike Kulju of Ishpeming reached perfection at Country Lanes in Ishpeming. Flivver bowler Mike Wahoviak also found perfection at the UP Singles Finals in 2008 at Recreation Lanes. Iron Mountain’s Joe Tomassoni was one pin shy of perfection with 299 at Marquette’s Superior Lanes in 2010.
“I am extremely pleased with how everyone bowled today,” said head coach Pete Tomassoni. “We are reaching our peak at just the right time with Regionals right around the corner.”
This coming Saturday will find the Mountaineer bowling team travelling to Escanaba for the UP Team Finals at Bowl-A-Rama.


Here is the article that should hit the papers soon from the end of the regular season.

Mountaineer Bowlers Finish Regular Season:

The Iron Mountain Mountaineer bowling teams concluded their shortened regular season Saturday, February 27 at Dome Lanes in Marinette.
The Mountaineer men took on the Menominee Maroons on their home lanes, soundly defeating them by a score of 34-6. After splitting the Baker games and starting off tied at three points each, Iron Mountain proceeded to sweep the match play games, garnering all 12 possible points. Leading the way was junior tandem Andrew Morgan and Marcus Doucette. Morgan had a 622 series with games of 224, 199 and 199. This makes Morgan’s third 600 series in as many weeks. Doucette followed with a 572 series on games of 190, 210 and 172. Logan Galbraith added a 214 game and 515 series to the win.
Concluding the regular season, the Mountaineers saw themselves in a three-way tie for first place with the Ishpeming Hematites and Escanaba Eskymos. Andrew Morgan led the conference with a top average of 192, edging out Ishpeming’s Dawsen Emanuelson by two pins. Iron Mountain also had the high team game with 1039 and high team series of 2977.
The Lady Mountaineers bowled the bye, matching their scores with the Patriot women of undefeated Westwood, whose team average is closest to the Mountaineer team average. Iron Mountain finished the match winning 35 points, only losing 5 points. The Mountaineer ladies swept the Baker match with stellar games of 184 and 199, then went on to win all three match play games.
Senior Lexi Jacko tossed a 534 series which included high games of 207 and 190. Freshmen Kimberley McCallister and McKenna Trulock followed with series of 450 and 436, respectively. Senior Adrienne Taylor had a high game of 173 and big sister Jane McCallister tossed a 159 game.
Jacko led the UPBC conference with a top average of 160, one pin over Westwood’s Kyle Junak. She also had the high series (570) and high game (207) for the season. The Lady Mountaineers garnered top honors for high team game (774), high team series (2218), high Baker game (199) and high Baker series (383). The team series and Baker scores were all shot in the final regular-season match.
With only two teams in the “X” Division, the Mountaineer X team faced the Escanaba Eskymo X team one last time, taking 6 ½ out of a possible 40 points. Senior Nathan Arndt led the way with a 517 series, having a high game of 177. Also having good games were Junior Alex Reed (206), Senior Austin Marier (166), Freshman Kyle Lautzenheiser (156) and Junior Zach Rankin (150).
The bowlers travel to River Rock Lanes in Ishpeming Saturday the 6th for the UP Singles Finals. Competition begins at 9:00 am Central Time.

Mountaineer bowlers coming on strong 03/04/2021

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Mountaineer bowlers coming on strong IRON MOUNTAIN — Iron Mountain’s co-op high school bowling team will wrap up its regular season schedule today in Marinette, Wis. Most recently, the bowlers traveled to Ishpeming to take on the Westwood Patriots on Feb. 20. The Mountaineer boys got out to a fast start and never looked back, sweep...

Iron Mountain Bowling Fan Wear 2021 02/11/2021

Here is a link to the 2021 apparel fundraiser. Get your High School Bowling Gear NOW!! Can be purchased in either of the schools colors!


Iron Mountain Bowling Fan Wear 2021 Online ordering for Iron Mountain Bowling Fan Wear 2021 ends on Sunday February 14th, 2021 (11:59pm CST)


IMHS Bowling team!!!

Looks like we are finally going to be able to practice this Saturday January 16th at 10:00 at Recreation Lanes!!

If you would like to joint the team, be sure to come as well!!

So glad we will finally get to see you!!


Congratulations, Zach “Spanky” Spera! Zach made the MHSIBCA 2019-2020 All State Team!

Photos from Recreation Lanes's post 03/22/2020

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Our final report for the newspaper............

Mountaineer Bowlers at State Finals

The Iron Mountain Mountaineer bowlers headed across the bridge Thursday, March 5 for their second trip downstate in as many weeks, this time to compete in the Division 2 State Bowling Finals at Century Bowl in Waterford, Michigan. Iron Mountain competed in all four divisions at the finals. On Friday, March 6, both the boys’ and girls’ teams bowled in the Team Event and on Saturday, March 7, Iron Mountain High School’s Zach Spera and Kingsford High School’s Hanna Bastian competed in the Singles Events.
Qualifying for the Team Event began last Friday at 8:25 am Eastern Time. The format for qualifying consisted of eight Baker games and two regular team games. The Lady Mountaineers began with hot hands, tossing Baker games of 197 and 188, leading the scoring. After moving one pair to the left and throwing games of 160 and 148, the Lady Mountaineers held on to first place with a two pin lead. Lane conditions became difficult as the tournament continued and Iron Mountain found themselves in 15th place at the end of qualifying. The top eight teams moved on to the match play portion of the tournament. “We were always chasing the changing lane conditions,” said Coach Pete Tomassoni.
After eight Baker games, the Mountaineer boys’ team found themselves in 11th place, only 16 pins from the cut. In the first team game, Hunter Lautzenheiser fired a 256 to help Iron Mountain fashion a 1031 game total, which propelled them to fourth place. An 855 team game gave the Mountaineers a 3286 qualifying total for sixth place, allowing them to move on to match play.
In the first round of match play Iron Mountain took on three-seed Owosso, shooting 1224-1158 and besting them by 66 pins to move on to the Final Four. They then were matched against two-seed Jackson Northwest where they lost by 67 pins, 1242-1309. The Mountaineers ended their season finishing third in Division 2.
Saturday found Hanna Bastian and Zach Spera back at Century Lanes for the Singles Event. Bowling again began at 8:25 am Eastern Time. The qualifying block consisted of six games, with all bowlers bowling one game, then moving one pair to the right. After two games in the girls’ division, Bastian found herself at 19th, only seven pins out of the cut with 346. A 191 and 201 game brought her to 17th place, ten pins from the cut line. The last two games gave Bastian a 1077 total for the six-game qualifying block, placing her 23rd. “Hanna did extremely well, shooting over her average and averaging 179.5 for six games,” said Coach Kevin Hanson.
In the boys’ division, Zach “Spanky” Spera fired 434 for his first two games, putting him in 4th place. A 193 and 210 put Spera at 7th place after four games. Two more games of 177 and 196 gave Spanky a total of 1210, which was good for 13th seed and the chance to bowl in match play.
After lunch, match play began. Spera, trying to throw a new ball, struggled and fell to 4th seed Braden Triggs of Owosso.
“All the kids did extremely well,” said Coach Pete Tomassoni. “The fact that we had both teams and two singles in the Finals says a lot about their dedication to our sport.”


Congratulations goes out to Hanna Bastian! She qualified 23rd in the state today at the D2 State Finals!!


Zach “Spanky” Spera on qualify 13th at State! On to Match Play!


Congratulations, girls! You may have not finished where you wanted, but you LED after the first four Baker games. You can be proud of yourselves for getting to State!


IMHS/KHS Co-op Boys High School Bowling Team takes 3rd in the D2 State Finals!!


The Boys High School Bowling Team finished 3rd in the D2 State Finals!!

After 8 baker games, and 2 regular team games, the boys qualified in 6th out of the 18 teams in the State Finals. The top 8 moved on to the match play brackets. The boys were paired up against the 3rd place qualifiers from Owasso. After falling behind by 16 pins in the first baker game, they really turned it on in the second baker game, and came out of the two baker game set with a 36 pin lead! They never looked back in their one regular team game, shooting 866 to the opponents 836, and with the upset, moved on to the round of 4!! In the next round of match play, they found themselves competing against the 2nd place qualifiers, Jackson Northwest. The boys came out with hot hands for their two baker games shooting 192 and 196, and bettering their opponents by 35 pins this time. After the regular team game of 854, the boys found themselves behind by only 67 pins!

What a great season the team has had!

Congratulations gentlemen!!


Here come the volcanoes. Who will finish first?


Bowlers and families at Black Rock Grill in Novi.


If I had a GPS, it would say, “You have arrived.”


The Mountaineer bowling team is on its second trip downstate for the Division 2 State Bowling Finals. Several local businesses and individuals helped make the trip to Waterford possible. Thank you Classic Auto Collision, Supply and Mark Miller, Quest, Iron Mountain Automotive, Simone Insurance, Grow Maxx, Timber Products, Engineering, Alan Arcand, Pomp's Tire, . Paul Fornetti, , Inc and Steve Verrette, MJ Electric, Athletic Booster Club, the Monday Afternoon Ladies Bowling League, Businessmen’s League, the Merchant-Industrial League and especially Pam and Scion Petrick from Pig for the awesome box lunches and pulled pork sandwiches. Your generosity and donations are truly appreciated.


On Leap Day, Ga***rd Bowling Center hosted the singles event for the Division 2, Region 10 Regional bowling tournament. At 8:00 am Eastern Time, Hanna Bastian, Stephanie List, Tamera Jaeger, Alexis Jacko, Jane McCallister and Adrienne Taylor joined 75 other bowlers to bowl six qualifying games. The top ten bowlers advance to the State Finals.
After two games, Alexis Jacko and Hanna Bastian were in the top ten. Bastian was leading qualifying with 416 while Jacko was in with 349. Stephanie List shot 181 in game three to join her teammates in the top ten, with Jacko moving to 7th place and Bastian dropping to third. The fourth qualifying game found Bastian and Jacko occupying fifth and sixth place respectively, while List dropped to 16th place, only 11 pins from the cut line. After five games, Jacko and Bastian remained in the top ten. Hanna Bastian found herself in 7th place after qualifying game number six with a total score of 1033. Jacko was in the 13th spot with 998, only 7 pins from the cut.
At 12:30 pm Eastern Time, Zach Spera, Zach Hanson, Marcus Doucette, Nathan Arndt, Hunter Lautzenheiser and Logan Galbraith took the lanes with 77 other boys with the goal of obtaining one of the top ten qualifying spots.
After game one, Spera was in a three-way tie for 12th place, a mere six pins away from the cut line. Marcus Doucette was 22 pins out in 23rd place. Game two found both Mountaineers moving up with Doucette taking over 10th place and Spera in a tie for 11th place, only four pins back. Spera tossed a 215 to move up to 6th place after game three while Doucette dropped to 16th. A 203 in game four kept Spera in the top ten at 8th place. Spera maintained his 8th seed place with a 202 in game five. Spera had a 206 to finish with a 1200 total score, which placed him at 4th place.
Both Spera and Bastian will travel to Waterford Thursday with their teammates, where both Mountaineer teams will compete Friday, March 6 in the team event at Century Lanes. The Singles Event takes place Saturday, March 7.


The Iron Mountain Mountaineer boys’ bowling team followed their female counterparts, travelling to Ga***rd, Michigan to participate in the Division 2 Regional bowling tournament February 28 and 29 at Ga***rd Bowling Center. The men took the lanes at 12:30 pm after the ladies had finished bowling and State Finals qualifiers were announced.
Following the Lady Mountaineers lead, the Mountaineer boys’ team found itself in fifth place after the six-game Baker set with a 1033 total, only four pins out of the cut. In the first team game, Iron Mountain shot a 965 team score which propelled them to second place. Only 17 pins behind, the third spot was occupied by the Escanaba Eskymos. The Mountaineers stayed on task in game two, throwing an 865 team game, which placed them in third behind the Eskymo by 24 pins. Marcus Doucette had the entire center watching as he strung the front nine strikes together for a tournament-high game of 266. An 845 score in game three kept the Mountaineers in third place in the Regional tournament, qualifying them for a trip downstate to Waterford for the D2 State Final tournament March 6.
Marcus Doucette topped Mountaineer scoring with a 637 series on games of 209, 266 and 162. Zach “Spanky” Spera was next with 597, which was made up 199, 188 and 201 games.
“We are ecstatic to have both the boys and the girls qualify for state,” said Coach Pete Tomassoni.
The team will leave Thursday morning for the Division 2 State Final Team event which will take place on Friday, March 6 at Century Lanes in Waterford. The Mountaineers will join seventeen other teams to vie for the Division 2 State Bowling title.


Everyone has liked or loved our posts regarding the awesome job our bowlers did at Regionals to qualify for the State finals. In order to take the teams and parents to Waterford, we have rented another motor coach. This is the most expensive part if the trip. If you would like to help the bowling team defray this cost, please stop by Recreation Lanes to make a donation.


Congratulations Zach "Spanky" Spera, State qualifier.


Congratulations Hanna Bastian, State qualifier.


Good luck UP Singles bowlers! Lets send a bunch of Yoopers to State!


Iron Mountain boys bowling team is HEADED TO THE STATE FINALS TOO!


Iron Mountain girls bowling team is HEADED TO THE STATE FINALS!


On the road again. Good luck to all UP teams at Regionals this weekend.


Getting prepared to go to Regionals in Ga***rd. I know I am excited. There is a great deal of talent on both the boys’ and girls’ team. Let’s show the bowlers from below the bridge our UP POWER!

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