HOW HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING GOT THE GREEN LIGHT IN MICHIGAN

Bowling’s status as a “non-contact sport” is playing to its advantage in, of all places, Michigan, which has had some of the most restrictive pandemic-related shutdowns of bowling centers.

There, most high school winter sports — including basketball, wrestling, hockey and competitive cheerleading — remain on “pause,” but bowling and swimming have been given the green light to begin.

“We’re just really glad to be back bowling,” St. Mary Catholic Central bowling coach Josh Diulio told the Monroe News (https://www.monroenews.com/sports/20210127/winter-sports-season-opens-with-bowling-at-sport-center). “It’s just good to see them smiling and having fun.”

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