There are no mistakes when it comes to Oops Youth Bowling

Published on May 28, 2014 with No Comments

The past fall and winter bowling league for 2013-14 Oops Alley Youth Bowling program went great.

The youth participated in and won several area tournaments like the Greater Pensacola Youth Leader Travel Tournament, the Greater Pensacola USBC Youth City Tournament hosted by Felton Lanes, the Florida Pepsi Youth Scholarship Tournament held near Tampa, the Greater Pensacola Youth Doubles Tournament held at DeLuna Lanes, Baker Team Challenge, the Florida State University Sport Shot Tournament in Tallahassaee, the Bowl for the Cure, Holiday Youth/Adult Doubles Tournament at Cordova Lanes, the Adult/Youth Scotch Doubles, and finally the Pro Bowlers Association (PBA) Pro/Am at Liberty Lanes.

Overall this past season 43 youth bowlers participated in a variety of activites besides their weekly league play on Saturday’s for youth and on Tuesday’s in a Youth/Adult league.

Brianna Smith, Madi Edwards, Emily Keller, Erin Albritton, Samantha Stevens, Katelyn Sciple, Justin Gilmore, Tomas Stevens, Timothy McAlpin, Wyatt Albritton, Thomas Cummins, and Dakota Mack all represented Oops Alley in the Greater Pensacola USBC Youth Bowler of the Year tournament.

In the Saturday Youth League, Team 300, which consists of Connor Bloomfield, Laura Hernandez, Adam Hernandez, and Justin Gilmore took the season championship.

High averages were posted in the Saturday league by Hailey Mixon (110 average) in the girls 11 and under division, Curtis Crisco (126 average) took top honors for the boys 11 and under age group, Brianna Smith (172 average) led the girls 12 and up, while Andrew Parris (161 average) led the boys 12 and up division.

Most improved for the season went to Samantha Stevens (girls 11 and under), Connor Bloomfield (boys 11 and under), Laura Hernandez (girls 12 and up), and Jonathan Hayden (boys 12 and up).

On the season the Saints, who consisted of Ashley Parrish, Madi Edwards, Andrew Parrish and Brianna Smith, posted the top scratch game with a 737. The Saints also posted the top scratch series of three game with a 1995.

Tomas’ Angels, who consisted of, Lyndsay May, Hailey Mixon, Tomas Stevens, and Katelyn Sciple, posted the top handicap game with a 914, while Team 300 posted the top handicap series with a 2572.

Individual awards were handed out to the following:

Boys 12 and up

High Scratch Game – Damian Sagiao 239

High Scratch Series – Justin Gilmore 607

High Handicap Game – Andrew Parrish 252

High Handicap Series – Jonathan Hayden 677

Boys 11 and under

High Scratch Game – Curtis Crisco 206

High Scratch Series – Alexander Stevens 477

High Handicap Game – Adam Jalamo 226

High Handicap Series –  Connor Bloomfield 654

Girls 12 and up

High Scratch Game – Brianna Smith 276

High Scratch Series – Katelyn Sciple 532

High Handicap Game – Madi Edwards 257

High Handicap Series – Ashley Parrish 678

Girls 11 and under

High Scratch Game – Hailey Mixon 165

High Scratch Series – Samantha Stevens 388

High Handicap Game – Erin Albritton 248

High Handicap Series – Piper Gamblin 661

This year the Saturday Youth League awarded for the first time Sportsmanship Awards. The honors were voted on by the bowlers in the league and were awarded to Samantha Stevens (girls 11 and under), Alexander Stevens (boys 11 and under), Rosie Mack (girls 12 and up), and Tomas Stevens (boys 12 and up).


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