Hickok, Davis win 600 Club Tournament of Champions division titles

February 13, 2022 Top seed A J Hickok, Woodbridge, Va., defeated third seed Andru Blaney, Indian Head, Md., 243-175 to win the 180 and Above average division in the 30th annual NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Tournament of Champions held this afternoon at AMF Waldorf. Hickok averaged 239.3 for six games. Blaney had defeated second seed Cole Middlebrooks, Bristow, Va., 230-223 to reach the title match.

Meanwhile, second seed Taylor Davis, Stafford, Va., struck on 11 of 12 shots and defeated top seed Carter Surrey, Oxon Hill, Md., 276-247 to win the Under 180 average division after defeating third seed Raymond Lewis, Woodbridge, 248-212. Davis averaged 228.4 for seven games.

The Tournament of Champions awarded $4,550 in scholarship money. Hickok and Davis each earned $800, Blaney and Surrey each earned $500, and Middlebrooks and Lewis earned $300 each. All scholarship funds will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Other qualifiers in the 180 and Above division: 4, Janiyah Hightower, Fort Washington Md.; 5, Ben Martin, Falls Church Va.; 6, Spencer Song, Lorton Va.; 7, Amber Benson, Dunkirk, Md., 8, Connor Campbell, Woodbridge Va.; 9, Jackson Veitch, Edinburgh, Va.; 10, Anthony Blazejewski, Falls Church; 11, Brienna Cooper, Manassas Park Va.; 12, Aiden Watts, Prince Frederick, Md.; and 13, Chance McLane, Chesapeake Beach, Md.

Other qualifiers in the Under 180 division: 4, Amber Mason, Woodbridge; 5, Wyatt Bilderbeck, Dale City, Va.; 6, Jenna Knight, Bowie, Md.; 7, Jayden Burrell, Glenn Dale, Md.; 8, Brady Donahue, Front Royal, Va.; and 9, Max Eder, Springfield Va.

Hightower and Mason each earned $200, and Martin and Bilderbeck each earned $100. All other qualifiers earned $50 each in scholarship money.

Hickok was the top qualifier in the 180 and Above division with a 1,193 5-game total (238.6 average), earning $50 in scholarship money. Hightower earned $25 in scholarship money for the top game during qualifying with a 259.

Surrey was the top qualifier in the Under 180 division with a 1,115 5-game total (223 average), earning $50 in scholarship money. Davis earned $25 in scholarship money for the top game during qualifying with a 262.



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Middlebrooks, Donahue win division titles
at 600 Club Winter Singles Tournament

January 30, 2022 Top seed Cole Middlebrooks, Bristow, Va., defeated second seed Aiden Watts, Prince Frederick, Md., 290-200 to win the 180 and Above average division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Winter Singles Tournament held this afternoon at Bowl America Burke. Middlebrooks averaged 233.5 for six games. Watts had defeated third seed Ben Martin, Falls Church, Va., 236-191 to reach the title match.

Meanwhile, second seed Brady Donahue, Front Royal, Va., defeated top seed Wyatt Bilderbeck, Dale City, Va., 224-164 to win the Under 180 average division. Donahue, who averaged 205.4 for seven games, had defeated third seed Taylor Davis, Stafford, Va., 223-182 to reach the title match.

Middlebrooks and Donahue each earned $250 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program. Watts and Bilderbeck each earned $150, and Martin and Davis each earned $100 in scholarship funds. Also, in the 180 and Above division, Spencer Song, Fairfax Station, Va., finished fourth, earning $75, and Connor Campbell of Woodbridge, Va., finished 5th earning $50 in scholarship funds.

Bilderbeck bowled his first career 300 game during qualifying.

The following bowlers qualified for the season-ending Tournament of Champions, which will be held February 13 at AMF Waldorf: 1) Middlebrooks; 2) Watts; 3) Martin*; 4) Song; 5) Campbell; 6) Brienna Cooper*, Manassas Park, Va.; 7) Anthony Blazejewski, Falls Church; 8) A J Hickok*, Woodbridge; and 9) Chance McLane, Chesapeake Beach, Md., in the 180 and Above average division.

The following bowlers in the Under 180 average division qualified: 1) Donahue; 2) Bilderbeck; 3) Davis*; 4) Max Eder, Springfield, Va., and 5) Jayden Burrell, Glenn Dale, Md. (* = Qualified at the previous 600 Club tournament).

This was the last tournament before the Tournament of Champions.

Any youth bowler who has bowled a certified 600 series in the NCAUSBCA Youth program is eligible for membership in the 600 Club. Any questions should be directed to Tom Dale, NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club, 10 Hulvey Drive, Stafford VA 22556-3816 (phone: 703/989-8573).


High Games

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Under 180 Average Division






Blaney - Veitch duo wins 600 Club Fall Doubles title

November 21, 2021 The top-seeded team of Andru Blaney, Indian Head, Md., and Jackson Veitch, Edinburg, Va., defeated the third-seeded team of A.J. Hickok, Woodbridge, Va., and Spencer Song, Fairfax Station, Va., 222-189 to win first-place honors in the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Fall Doubles Tournament held this afternoon at AMF Capital Plaza. Hickok and Song defeated the second-seeded team of Janiyah Hightower, Fort Washington, Md., and Raymond Lewis, Woodbridge 236-183 to reach the title match.

The Baker style of team bowling was used for the stepladder matches. Blaney and Veitch each earned $200 in scholarship funds. Hickok and Song each earned $100, and Hightower and Lewis each earned $75. All earnings will be managed through the USBC SMART program.

During the earlier qualifying round of five games, Blaney bowled 1,155 in the 180 and Above average division, and Raymond Lewis bowled 1,050 in the Under 180 division to earn $50 each as top qualifiers in their respective divisions.

Blaney and Veitch earned top seed with a 2,190 combined total, while Hightower and Lewis were second with 2,160. Hickok and Song secured the third seed with 2,025.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held February 13 at AMF Waldorf: 1) Blaney*, 1,155; 2) Hightower, 1,110; 3) Amber Benson, Dunkirk, Md., 1,095; and 4) Hickok, 1,070 in the 180 and Above division, and 1) Lewis, 1,050; and 2) Amber Mason, Woodbridge, 964 in the Under 180 division (* = Qualified at the previous 600 Club tournament).

Any youth bowler who has bowled a certified 600 series in the NCAUSBCA Youth program is eligible for membership in the 600 Club. Any questions should be directed to Tom Dale, NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club, 10 Hulvey Drive, Stafford VA 22556-3816 (phone: 703/989-8573).


High Individual Games

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Blaney, Surrey win division titles
at 600 Club Fall Singles Tournament

October 24, 2021 Second seed Andru Blaney, Indian Head, Md., defeated top seed Ben Martin, Falls Church, Va., 227-184 after defeating third seed Brienna Cooper, Manassas Park, Va., 211-192 to win the 180 and Above average division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Fall Singles Tournament held this afternoon at Bowl America Chantilly. Blaney averaged 216.6 for seven games.

Meanwhile, top seed Carter Surrey, Oxon Hill, Md., defeated third seed Jenna Knight, Bowie, Md., 225-197 to win the Under 180 average division. Surrey averaged 209.5 for six games. Knight defeated second seed Taylor Davis, Stafford, Va., 232-168 to reach the title match.

Blaney and Surrey each earned $250 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program. Martin and Knight each earned $150, while Cooper and Davis each earned $75 in scholarship funds.

All six bowlers also qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held February 13 at AMF Waldorf.

The next 600 Club Tournament will be a doubles event November 21 at AMF Capital Plaza.

Any youth bowler who has bowled a certified 600 series in the NCAUSBCA Youth program is eligible for membership in the 600 Club. Any questions should be directed to Tom Dale, NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club, 10 Hulvey Drive, Stafford VA 22556-3816 (phone: 703/989-8573).


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