CORNWALL, Ontario - Coach Paul Legault says his girls are on a roll - pardon the pun.
Legault's bantam girls bowling squad has literally struck it rich, winning yet another bantam level championship at the provincial playdowns in Kitchener, which sets up a return to the YBC National Tournament in May.
For some of the girls, including powerhouses Alyssa MacGillivray and Shayla Lascelle, winning has become habit forming.
"I don't think they've ever tasted defeat," he said of the two little ladies who part of last year's champsionship squad.
The competition is likely to be tougher than they've faced before when the girls head to Vancouver. In Kitchener the girls squad, which also includes Savannah Ingola and Chloe Russell, won by a whopping 110 points.
Cornwall will also be well represented in B.C. by some top performers on the single side.
Sophia Dorie bowled 840 over five games in Cambridge to take home the bantam girls single title.
And Thomas Flaro was "on fire" said Legault, averaging a massive 240 over five games to stack up a total of 1,200, to capture the junior boys title.