Kaz / Monaghan duo wins 600 Club Winter Doubles Tournament

January 7, 2018 — The team of Aidan Kaz (659 series) of Great Falls, Va., and Brianna Monaghan (589) of Sterling, Va., combined for a 1,248 team series to win the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Winter Doubles Tournament held this afternoon at Bowl America Chantilly. They each earned $60 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

James Bennett (605) of Huntingtown, Md., and Nicholas Menendez (570) of Crownsville, Md., combined for a 1,175 team series to take second-place honors, earning $30 each in scholarship funds.

Gene Blair (630) of Waldorf, Md., and Chance McLane (531) of Ashburn, Va., combined for a 1,161 team series to place third, with each earning $25 each in scholarship funds.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 17 at Bowl America Manassas: 1) Kaz*, 659; 2) Blair, 630; 3) Tamera Stanton*, Baltimore, 624; 4) Tyriq Butler, Temple Hills, Md., 606; and 5) Bennett, 605 in the 180 and Over division, and 1) Seth Rousey*, Upper Marlboro, Md., 590; 2) A J Herrin, Lovettsville, Va., 575; 3) Raja Anderson, Stafford, Va., 563; and 4) Jayson Robinson, Lanham, Md., 559 in the Under 180 division (* Qualified for the Tournament of Champions at a previous tournament).


High Individual Games

180 and Above


Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be held February 18 at 2 p.m. at Bowl America Gaithersburg. It will be a singles event and the last chance this season to qualify for 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).




Snowden, Johnson III divisional winners
at 600 Club Winter Singles Tournament

December 17, 2017 — Cayla Snowden of Parkville, Md., bowled a three-game series of 722 to win the 180 Average and Above division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Winter Singles Tournament held this afternoon at AMF Laurel. Meanwhile, Curtis Johnson III of Laurel, Md., bowled a three-game series of 694 to win the Under 180 average division. Snowden and Johnson each earned $75 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Jaydon Whitehead of Upper Marlboro, Md., bowled a 651 series in the 180 and Above division, and James Obryant of Glen Burnie, Md., bowled a 585 series in the Under 180 division to capture second-place honors. Each earned $50 in scholarship funds.

Diamante Winters of Waldorf, Md., bowled a 618 series in the 180 and Above division, and Henry Rousey III of Upper Marlboro, Md., bowled a 563 series in the Under 180 division to capture third-place honors. Each earned $30 in scholarship funds.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 18 at Bowl America Manassas: 1) Snowden, 722; 2) Whitehead, 651; and 3) Winters, 618 in the 180 and Above division, and 1) Johnson III*, 694; 2) Obryant, 585; 3) Rousey III, 563; 4) Seth Rousey*, Upper Marlboro, 559; and 5) Lorenzo Baker, Springdale, Md., 553 in the Under 180 division (* Qualified for the Tournament of Champions at a previous tournament).


High Games

180 and Above


Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be a doubles event January 7 at Bowl America Chantilly.

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).




Johnson & Tyler win 600 Club Fall Doubles Tournament

November 19, 2017 — Quinton Johnson (708 series) of Upper Marlboro, Md., and Dakwan Tyler (697) of Lanham, Md., combined for a 1,405 team series to win the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Fall Doubles Tournament held this afternoon at Bowl America Bull Run. They each earned $100 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Denard Bankston II (721) of Woodbridge, Va., and Gavin Brannon (625) of Lovettsville, Va., combined for a 1,346 team series to take second-place honors, and each earned $75 in scholarship funds. D’Andre Allen-Dickens (661) of Clinton, Md., and Quincy Johnson (644) of Upper Marlboro, Md., combined for a 1,305 team series to place third and earned $60 each in scholarship funds. Ben Martin (639) of Falls Church, Va., and Ethan Cottle (637) of Vienna, Va., combined for a 1,276 team series to finish fourth and earned $40 each in scholarship funds.

There were a total of 28 doubles teams, the highest turnout in doubles since 1993.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 18 at Bowl America Manassas: 1) Bankston II, 721; 2) Richard Peterson, Waldorf, Md., 711; 3) Aiden Kaz, Great Falls, Va., 709; 4) Quinton Johnson, 708; 5) Dakwan Tyler*, 697; and Jordan Jackson, Landover, Md., 666 in the 180 and Above division. In the Under 180 division: 1) Aliya Adams, Hyattsville, Md., 662; 2) Ryan Costello, Bristow, Va., 648; 3) Martin, 639; 4) Brannon, 625; 5) Kayla Durbala*, Gaithersburg, 623; and 6) Khoury Carroll-Tanner, White Plains, Md., 614. (* Qualified for the Tournament of Champions at the previous tournament).


High Individual Games

180 and Above


Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be held December 17 at 3 p.m. at AMF Laurel. It will be a singles event.

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).




Tyler, Rousey divisional champions
at 600 Club Fall Singles Tournament

October 22, 2017 — Dakwan Tyler of Lanham, Md,. bowled a three-game series of 770 to win the 180 Average and Above division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Fall Singles Tournament held this afternoon at AMF Capital Plaza. Meanwhile, Seth Rousey of Upper Marlboro, Md., competing in his first 600 Club tournament, bowled a three-game series of 637 to win the Under 180 average division. Tyler and Rousey each earned $75 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

D’Andre Allen-Dickens of Clinton, Md., bowled a 731 series in the 180 and Above division, and Curtis Johnson III of Laurel, Md., bowled a 603 series in the Under 180 division, to capture second-place honors. Each earned $50 in scholarship funds.

All four bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 18 at Bowl America Manassas. Also qualifying were third-place finishers Tamera Stanton (689 series) of Baltimore in the 180 and Above division and Kayla Durbala (592) of Gaithersburg, Md., in the Under 180 division.

High Games

180 and Above


Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be a doubles event November 19 at Bowl America Bull Run.

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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