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The 11th Frame: Storm Youth Championships draws more than 270 players, pays out nearly $20,000 in scholarship funding

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Friday, April 7, 2017 2:00 pm

The winners and runners-up at the Storm Youth Championships, left to right: Jenna Hedgepath, champion U12G; Saphyre Nofuente, runner-up U12G; Pedro Irizarry, champion U12B; Vincent Luong, runner-up U12B; Caroline Thesier, champion U15G; Jennifer Loredo, runner-up U15G;  Spencer Robarge, champion U15B; Terrance Rock, runner-up U15B; Jenna Williams, champion U20G; Olivia Farwell, runner-up U20G; Brent Boho, champion U20B; Nicholas Postag, runner-up U20B. Photo by Storm.
The Storm Youth Championships at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno March 24-26 drew more than 270 players and paid out $19,915 in scholarship funding, the company said in a news release.  The more than 270 youth bowlers from 30 different states competed in four 5-game rounds on four different Kegel patterns in six different divisions by gender and age (U20 Boys, U20 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, U12 Boys, U12 Girls). Results were based on 20-game totals, and gold, silver and bronze...

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