Oops Alley Travel League enjoys success

Published on March 04, 2014 with No Comments

Pictured are Piper Gamblin, Hailey Mixon, and Samantha Stevens who along with Lyndsey May (not pictured) took second place in the 11 and under team division youth travel league event hosted by the Avalon Bowling Center in Milton this past December.

Thomas Stevens posted the top 12 and over bowler handicapped series at the January youth travel league event hosted by Cordova Lanes in Pensacola. Stevens finished with a 720 series.

Katelyn Sciple and Hailey Mixon are pictured after posting the top handicapped series at the youth travel league event held at Avalon Bowling Center in Milton in December. Sciple posted the top 12 and over series with a 679, while Mixon posted the high 11 and under series with a 629.

The Oops Alley Saturday Youth bowling league participated in some recent youth travel league tournaments and enjoyed tournament successes.

In January’s event hosted by Cordova Lanes in Pensacola, Thomas Stephens was the top 12 and over bowler posting a handicapped series of 720. And the team of Brianna Smith, Ashley Parrish, Madi Edwards, and Andrew Parrish finished second in the 12 and up team event.

In December’s event hosted by Avalon Bowling Center in Milton, Hailey Mixon posted the top handicapped series for the 11 and under age group with a 629, while Katelyn Sciple posted the top handicapped series for 12 and over with a 679. The team of Piper Gamblin, Samantha Steven, Hailey Mixon, and Lyndsey May finished second in the 11 and under team event.

The next travel league tournament will be held Feb. 9 at Oops Alley in Pace.

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