Bowlers earn scholarship dollars

Published on August 13, 2014 with No Comments

Oops Alley youth bowlers Katelyn Sciple, Ashley Parrish, Andrew Parrish, and Justin Gilmore dominated at the Crenshaw Sport Bowing Classic held on the campus of Florida State University on July 26.

Ashley Parrish won the youth singles division with a 710 handicapped series, while her brother Andrew Parrish finished in second place with a 705 handicapped series. Sciple and Gilmore won first place in the doubles division with a 1299 handicapped series. Gilmore finished first in the all event pin count with a 1922 handicapped total and Andrew Parrish finished second with a 1906 handicapped series.

The four youth bowlers took second in the team competition with a 2456 handicapped series. Bowlers who participated in the Crenshaw Sport Bowling Classic bowled on the same oil pattern used in the NCAA Bowling Tournament.

Bowlers participating in this tournament were awarded scholarships for their future education endeavors.

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