Ontario Youth Tenpin Singles Tournament

Sunday April 24, 2016
COMMUNITY NEWS


           The Ontario Youth Tenpin Singles Tournament was held on March 19 & 20 at Bowlerama Royale in London, Ontario with 239 youth bowlers in different divisions trying to win scholarship money for future education. Fifty-six LCTA (Lambton County Tenpin Association) bowlers from Hi-Way Bowl And Marcin Bowl participated in the tournament competition trying to win some of the $5550.00 scholarship money up for grabs. Six LCTA bowlers claimed $925.00 of the available money.

          The tournament was made up of two divisions Boys and Girls 11 & Under Handicap bowling four games and Boys and Girls 12 & Over in Handicap and Scratch divisions bowling five games.

          Joey Windover from Marcin Bowl, tasted victory in the Boys 12 and Over Handicap Division as he defeated 58 combatants to earn $250.00 in scholarship money. He entered the competition with a 106 average, tossing a five game scratch total of 765 averaging 153. With his handicap he had 1237 to clinch first place. CONGRATULATIONS Joey!!

          Denver Taylor from Hi-Way Bowl, participated in the Boys 12 and Over Handicap Division entering with a 129 average. His five game scratch total was 820 averaging 164. With his handicap he finished at 1177, good for 3rd place and $200.00 scholarship funds.

          Patrick Cullis from Marcin Bowl, was a competitor in the Boys 12 and Over Handicap Division entering with 127 average. His five game scratch total was 760 averaging 152. With his handicap he finished at 1126, good for 6th place and $125.00 scholarship money.

          McKenna Scott from Marcin Bowl, competed against 49 bowlers in the Girls 12 and Over Handicap Division entering with an average of 80. Her five game scratch total was 510 averaging 102. With her handicap she finished at 1111 (80 pins out of first place) good for 4th place and $125.00 scholarship money.

          Jordan Brooks-McKinlay from Marcin Bowl, bowled against 47 opponents in the Boys 11 and Under Scratch Division entering with an average of 52. His four game total was 288 averaging 72. He was 23 pins short of victory ending in 4th place which was good for $175.00 scholarship funds.

         Congratulations to the above mentioned bowlers and also to the 51 other LCTA participants and the other provincial youth bowlers who gave a noble effort on the lanes.

 

 







 

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