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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Wyatt Turney travelled to Prince Edward Island May 15th to compete in the 2018 Special Olympic Bowling Championships.

Turney competed in the 5-pin team event with the Quesnel Alley Cats where he won a bronze medal. He also placed sixth overall in the individual event.

The Dawson Creek Strike Force were also at the championships, the team finished 8th place in division D.

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Team B.C. won a combined total of 31 medals at the championships in the 5-pin and 10-pin events.

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