Youth bowlers finish fifth in national event

On April 5 the provincial finals of the youth doubles bowling was held in Kelowna.

On April 5 the provincial finals of the youth doubles bowling was held in Kelowna.

Castle Bowl was represented in the Bantam division by Ella Handley and Daniel Dezan with Coach Derek Handley finished in seventh place with a combined total of 110 pins over their averages.

The team Blake Zurwik and Ben Kalmakoff with coach Shelly Stoushnow in the junior division placed fifth at 179 pins over their combined averages.

In the Senior division the team of Alyssa Carr and Kelsea Dorosz and coach Lynn Smith won gold finishing at 222 pins over their average.

Their results were sent into Bowl Canada, as were the other provinces’ as they completed the event (on various weekends).

Once all the scores were received a national champion was named. Alberta won gold at +413, followed by Manitoba at +383, Northern Ontario +300, Southern Ontario +231 and then BC (Carr/Dorosz) +222.

/Submitted

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