Boosted by a perfect game that helped his team win the title, Tylor Greene of Davison, Mich., also won the all-events at the United States Bowling Congress Youth Open, USBC reported.
The USBC Youth Open ended Saturday at Expo Bowl in Indianapolis, with more than $100,000 in scholarships paid out, according to USBC, which said that scores are unofficial pending verification, with official results to be posted on BOWL.com.
Greene’s 747 en route to 2,110 all-events led the Flint All Stars to a 2,540 total to win the 4-player competition. Andrew Anderson added 691, Quinton Burnette 570 series and Grant McNally 532.
“I was really nervous,” Greene, who won the 2011 North Pointe High School Singles Championships, said of his 300 in this USBC news release. “I’ve had a lot of them, but it was very nerve-wracking.”
Greene and Anderson also finished second in doubles with 1,372. Anderson finished second at Junior Gold the week after bowling the USBC Youth Open and earned a spot on Junior Team USA for 2013, the USBC reported.
Nicholas Corbin and Zachary Weidman of Indianapolis won the scratch doubles title with 1,376.
2013 Junior Team USA member Gregory Young of Viera, Fla., had a 769 series to win scratch singles, and Kaila Ryan of Dayton, Ohio, won the girls all-events title with 1,926, USBC reported.
Youth Open competition is scratch based on average, not gender, with three games each of team, doubles and singles.
The final results are here.