The East Grand Rapids High School bowling team has been transformed

GRAND RAPIDS, me. (WOOD) – The East Grand Rapids High School bowling team has seen massive change this season that has led them to victory, and that is thanks to their new coaches.

Hunter Myers and Aiden Swinford both play on the Aquinas College bowling team and have decided to bring their expertise to the East Grand Rapids High School bowling team this season if they needed new coaches. When they started out the team didn’t have a coach who knew a lot about the game and who has been detrimental over the past seasons, but after Hunter and Aiden stepped in as head coaches and assistant coaches, the bowling team grabbed hold of and hit the road Path.

For the coaches, the situation was a bit strange at first because they are as close to their age as the team and a few years ago they were just in the same shoes. Fortunately, both Aiden and Hunter were able to find the perfect balance between friendship and coaching, which ultimately led to a higher level of drive, team mentality and competitions. They were able to give their advice but also relate to it and that really helped the players to grow.

When Myers and Swinford started coaching, the overall style of play improved a lot from that of the previous season. The teams’ drive grew exponentially and that was reflected in how they started playing. The team’s new coaches actually knew the game and taught them new styles and techniques. This has brought about a lot of changes from previous seasons where each player did their own thing and achieved their own results. Now these players work as a team.

Players share that Myers and Swinford have helped foster the teams love for the sport because they know more about the game and can help the team get better by teaching them to understand the process, to become a great team. The new coaches helped the team step back and think before playing a game. The team says they’ve managed to apply this point of view to many things in their life, not just bowling.

Now the East Grand Rapids High School bowling team has the best record in program history, beating the best team in the conference, setting the school record for High Baker games and series, setting the record for high series and high individual sums. and they have been able to send more children to the state this year than any year before. Myers and Swinford share the view that their team set records in almost everything and it was nothing short of amazing.

The players say the team camaraderie is something to consider. The team gets really good for a long time and always wants the best for each other. They have six players, and while only five can bowl at a time, they all love to cheer each other on and do what’s best for the team, regardless of how they play.

Hunter and Aiden really changed the game for these students. From a team that struggled to find drive to a team that is unbeatable. Both coaches say they want their team to really enjoy this game and play it for life. They encourage their team never to give up and never to lose the passion to play.

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