The singles tournament is the final chance for individual bowlers to improve their league averages before the selection of the all-league teams. Each bowler's best 19 games from the season, including the first three from the singles tournament, are used to determine his or her league average. The bowlers with the 15 best averages are named all-league, with the top 5 considered first team all-league, the next 5 second team, and the next 5 third team.
The team competition for the league titles turned out to be a study of contrasts: Kearsley's girls won their sixth consecutive league title, going undefeated for the sixth consecutive year. Kearsley's girls' bowling team is 62-2 in league competition since bowling became a league sport in 2008-09. On the boys' side, this year's title is shared by three schools, Brandon, Kearsley and Swartz Creek (all with 11-3 records), giving the league six different boys' champions over seven years. Co-champions have been declared in boys' bowling four times out of the seven years bowling has been a league sport, with this year being the first with tri-champs. This is Brandon's boys' first league title; the third for Swartz Creek; and the fourth for Kearsley's boys.