Billings, Blaney capture 600 Club
Tournament of Champions division titles

March 16, 2019 — Second seed Ja'Sean Billings of Suitland, Md., defeated top seed Garrett Meadows of Springfield, Va., 214-201 to win the 180 and Above average division in the NCAUSBCA Youth 29th Annual 600 Club Tournament of Champions held this afternoon at Bowl America Dranesville. Billings averaged 217.3 for 12 games. Meanwhile, top seed Andru Blaney of Indian Head, Md., defeated second seed Jordyn Moore of Temple Hills, Md., 267-179 to win the Under 180 average division. Blaney averaged 213.9 for 11 games.

In the 180 and Above division, third-seed Corey O'Neill of Waldorf, Md., defeated fourth seed Jonathan Coradin of Woodbridge Va., 226-222 in the first stepladder match (which followed a six-game qualifier and four games of match play) and then lost to Billings 204-172 in the semifinal match.

In the Under 180 division, third seed Aliya Adams of Hyattsville, Md., defeated fourth seed Chance McLane of Chesapeake Beach, Md., 233-165 and then was defeated by Moore 192-180.

The Tournament of Champions awarded $1,950 in scholarship money. Billings and Blaney each earned $350, Meadows and Moore each earned $200, O'Neill and Adams earned $100 each, and Coradin and McLane earned $75 each. All scholarship funds will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Other 180 and Above match play finalists: 5, James Bennett of Huntingtown, Md., and 6, Joey Hansen of Bristow, Va. They each earned $50 in scholarship money.

Other Under 180 match play finalists: 5, Aidan Goldsmith of Huntingtown, Md., and 6, Khoury Carroll-Tanner of White Plains, Md. They each earned $50 in scholarship money.

A total of 18 bowlers participated in the tournament. It took an average of 217.0 for six games to advance to match play in the 180 and Above division and 189.5 in the Under 180 division.

Meadows was the top qualifier in the 180 and Above division with a 1,459 six-game total (243.2 average), earning $50 in scholarship money. Hansen earned $25 in scholarship money for the top game during qualifying with a 279.

Adams was the top qualifier in the Under 180 division with a 1,265 six-game total (210.8 average), earning $50 in scholarship money. Blaney earned $25 in scholarship money for the top game during qualifying with a 257.


180 and Above Division

High Games in Qualifying

High Games in Match Play


Under 180 Division

High Games in Qualifying

High Games in Match Play






Johnson, McLane division champions
at 600 Club Spring Singles Tournament

February 19, 2019 — Tyrone Johnson of Woodbridge, Va., bowled a three-game series of 788 to win the 180 Average and Above division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Spring Singles Tournament held Sunday at Lord Calvert Bowling Center. Meanwhile, Chance McLane of Chesapeake Beach, Md., won the Under 180 Average division with his 689 series. Each earned $75 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Isiah Cranfield of Woodbridge bowled a 733 series in the 180 and Above division to capture second-place honors and earn $50 in scholarship funds. Dominick Foreman of Chesapeake Beach placed third with 653, earning $25 in scholarship funds. In the Under 180 division, Rajsaun McCray of Capitol Heights, Md., bowled a 674 series and earned $25 in scholarship funds.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 16 at Bowl America Dranesville: 1) Johnson, 788; 2) Cranfield, 733; 3) Foreman*, 653; and 4) Ja'Sean Billings Hyattsville, Md., 627 in 180 and Above, while in Under 180: 1) McLane, 689; 2) McCray*, 674; 3) Andru Blaney*, Indian Head, Md., 665; and 4) Aiden Goldsmith, Huntingtown, Md., 554. (* Qualified at earlier tournament)


High Games

180 and Above

Under 180


This was the final 600 Club 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).







Blaney - O'Neill duo wins 600 Club Winter Doubles Tournament

January 6, 2019 —The team of Andru Blaney (626 series) of Indian Head, Md., and Corey O'Neill (620) of Waldorf, Md., combined for a 1,246 series to win first-place honors in the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Winter Doubles Tournament held this afternoon at Crofton Bowling Centre. This is their second 600 Club title this season, as they won the Fall Doubles event in November at AMF Waldorf. Today, they each earned $90 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Meanwhile, Randall Stewart (586) of Temple Hills, Md., and D'Andre Allen-Dickens (571) of Waldorf combined for a 1,157 series to take second-place honors, earning $60 each in scholarship funds.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 16 at Bowl America Dranesville: 1) O'Neill, 620; and 2) James Bennett, Huntingtown, Md., 609 in180 and Above, while in Under 180: 1) Blaney, 626; and 2) Rajsaun McCray, Capitol Heights, Md., 588.

High Individual Games

180 and Above

Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be held February 17 at 2 p.m. at Lord Calvert Bowl. 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).







Webster, Mason win division titles
at 600 Club Winter Singles Tournament

December 15, 2018 — Jervon Webster of Dale City, Va., this afternoon bowled a three-game series of 767 to win the 180 Average and Above division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Winter Singles Tournament held at Bowl America Burke. Meanwhile, Briana Mason of Alexandria, Va., bowled a three-game series of 608 to win the Under 180 Average division. Webster earned $80 in scholarship funds, and Mason earned $50, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

In the 180 and Above division, Jonathan Coradin of Woodbridge, Va., bowled a 742 series to capture second-place honors and earn $50 in scholarship funds, while Joey Hansen of Bristow, Va., scored 709 to finish third.

All four bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 16 at Bowl America Dranesville.


High Games

180 and Above

Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be a doubles event on January 6 at Crofton Bowling Centre.

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).







O'Neill & Blaney win 600 Club Fall Doubles Tournament

November 11, 2018 — The team of Corey O'Neill (666 series) of Waldorf, Md., and Andru Blaney (602) of Indian Head, Md., combined for a 1,268 series to win top honors in the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Fall Doubles Tournament held this afternoon at AMF Waldorf. They each earned $75 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Dakwan Tyler (626) and Jayson Robinson (623), each of Lanham, Md., combined for a 1,249 series to take second-place honors and earn $50 each in scholarship funds. Jordan Jackson (657) of Landover, Md., and Lorenzo Baker (575) of Capitol Heights, Md., combined for a 1,232 series to place third and earn $35 each in scholarship funds.

The following bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 16 at Bowl America Dranesville: 1) Garrett Contee Jr., Sunderland, Md., 705; 2) Dominick Foreman, Chesapeake Beach, Md., 703; and 3) Richard Peterson, Waldorf, 685 in the 180 and Above division and 1) Robinson, 623; 2) Christopher Smith, LaPlata, Md., 612; and 3) Ross Pankoski, Ashburn, Va., 603 in the Under 180 division.

High Individual Games

180 and Above

Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be held December 15 at 2 p.m. at Bowl America Burke. 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, Carroll-Tanner divisional winners
at 600 Club Fall Singles Tournament

October 24, 2018 — Dakwan Tyler of Lanham, Md., bowled a three-game series of 693 to win the 180 Average and Above division of the NCAUSBCA Youth 600 Club Fall Singles Tournament held Sunday at AMF Marlow Heights. Meanwhile, Khoury Carroll-Tanner of White Plains, Md., tallied 627 to win the Under 180 Average division. Tyler and Carroll-Tanner each earned $75 in scholarship funds, which will be administered through the USBC SMART program.

Garrett Meadows of Springfield, Va., bowled a 667 series in the 180 and Above division to capture second-place honors and earned $50 in scholarship funds.

All three bowlers qualified for the Tournament of Champions, which will be held March 16 at Bowl America Dranesville. Additional qualifiers include Jayda Gordon of Germantown, Md., who bowled a 651 series to finish third in "180 and Above," and Aliya Adams of Hyattsville, Md., who scored 557 to place second in "Under 180."

High Games

180 and Above

Under 180


The next 600 Club tournament will be a doubles event November 11 at AMF Waldorf.

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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