2012-04-26 / Sports

Tylor Greene named Mr. Bowler in Michigan

BY ERIK HOHENTHANER
810-452-2641 • ehohenthaner@mihomepaper.com


Davison’s Tylor Greene, Mr. Bowling 2012, with left to right: father Tracy, sister Brooklyn and mom Tammy. 
Photo by xxxxxx Davison’s Tylor Greene, Mr. Bowling 2012, with left to right: father Tracy, sister Brooklyn and mom Tammy. Photo by xxxxxx DAVISON — Senior Tylor Greene has a pretty crowded trophy case after four successful years on the Davison varsity bowling team.

Greene added one more trophy to that case last week when he was named the 10th recipient of the Matt Fiorito Mr. Bowler award, given by the Michigan Interscholastic High School Bowling Coaches Bowling Association. Wyoming Kelloggsville’s Jessica Lubbers was named Miss Bowling in Michigan.

Greene won his second state singles title in March, the only bowler in Michigan High School Athletic Association to do so. He won his other title in 2010.

Some of Greene’s other accolades include 2012 regional singles champion, 2011 state singles high qualifier, 2011 regional singles champion, a 213 average over 86 games in state and regional competition, a 300 game this season at the Romeo Singles Tournament and a 299 game at the 2011 state singles qualifying round.

Greene was a three-year captain for the Cardinals and is looking to take his talents to the next level. Greene is looking at Liberty University in Memphis, Tenn., Davenport University in Grand Rapids and Robert Morris University in Chicago, Ill.

“Tylor is a leader by example,” said Davison coach Robert Tubbs. “He is not one to over-celebrate or to lose his temper. Tylor will get behind a teammate who is struggling and provide instruction to get that teammate back in the game. He respects the game of bowling and takes great pride in his teams accomplishments.”

Though Davison fell just short of its team goal of a state title, Greene helped lead the Cardinals to a 39-6 Big Nine record, three Big Nine titles, three district team titles, four regional team titles and four Elite Eight Team Roll- Offs at the state team championships.

Greene’s four-year career has been highly successful and one would think he will be just as successful at the next level, wherever he lands for his collegiate career.

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