State bowling: Area quartet set to hit the lanes in Columbus

By BRUCE HEFFLINGER hefflinger@crescent-news.com Published:

History will be set on Saturday when Tinora's Clayton Stemen hits the lanes. The freshman left-hander will be the first bowler from the Rams to ever compete in the state tournament. Stemen is one of four area bowlers to qualify for this year's tourney at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl. Grace Norden of Napoleon and Taylor Ricard of Bryan will compete on Friday while Patrick Henry's Marcus Myers will join Stemen in action on Saturday.