Those uttering the words, “bowling is a dying sport” haven’t seen the growing trend of youth bowling especially at the Buffaloe Lanes Bowling Centers.
The first tournaments of the season for the Buffaloe Lanes Junior Gold Program saw a total of 65 youth bowlers competing for spots to go to the Junior Gold Championships in Indianapolis this July.
Kids as young as 8 year old, Kaitlyn Stull were competing in the U12 division which was eventually won by Kory Currin. While the U15 & U20 boys and girls floored at total of 37 and 21 bowlers respectively.
After 5 games of qualifying and 3 more games after the cut, Kori Smith (girl) and Nick Cenzoprano (boy) walked away victorious. Several other bowlers in the boys & girls tournament secured their spots for the Junior Gold Championships and these are:
- (Girls) – Kendall Bigley, Emma Stull, Isabell Hughes and Kaylee Bass.
- (Boys) – Blake Buffaloe, Brian Levine and Bryan McLeod.
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All 65 bowlers in the tournament gave it their best and are looking forward to hitting the lanes for more practice as they prepare for their next tournament which will be in January and will be a 2 day “Premier Event”.
Buffaloe Lanes Bowling Centers are always welcoming new kids to the sport of bowling and have lots of programs to help get them to the next level. Take the first step in the future of the sport by getting your child involved today and visiting us on the web: