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Team USA’s Young, Brummett sweep the gold medals in Under-21 Masters

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Junior Team USA’s Gregory Young Jr. and Sydney Brummett swept the gold medals in Under-21 Masters while Rodolfo Monacelli of Venezuela and Colombia’s Laura García captured the titles in the Under-16 Masters at the 2015 PABCON Youth Championships which concluded Friday at Bolera Sede in Panamá City, Panamá.

The top 16 U21 boys and girls and the top 8 U16 boys and girls in All-Events advanced to match-play Masters in best-of-three games bracket format.

2015PABCONYouthBoysTeamUSA.jpgAs reported earlier, the boys U21 division was totally dominated by the U.S. bowlers. After winning the gold medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios and Team and finishing first to fourth in All-Events, Wesley Low Jr., Michael Tang, Kamron Doyle and Gregory Young Jr. could not clash before the semifinals and that was exactly what happened.

L-R Tang, Doyle, Young and Low.

Tang fired games of 268 and 287 to sweep Singles champion Doyle (243, 222), two-games-to-none. Young, who was fourth in All-Events, defeated All-Events winner Low in the decider by one pin, 216-215, to set up a title match against Tang.

Young rebounded from a 0-1 deficit (228-249) with back-to-back wins, 265-244 and 239-189, to wrap up the title. Tang received silver and Doyle and Low shared the bronze medal.

The U.S. boys won all six gold medals plus three silver and four bronze medals, just one silver medal (in Singles) short off the maximum medals possible (6-4-4).

2015PABCONYouthGirlsTrioUSA.jpgThe title match in the girls’ Under-21 Masters was also an all-U.S. affair with Sydney Brummett and Singles champion Gazmine Mason squaring off.

Both had to go the distance in the semifinals. Mason eliminated teammate Breanna Clemmer, 238-199, in the deciding third game, while Brummett flew past Kristie López of Puerto Rico, 258-181.

L-R Clemmer, Brummett and Mason.

Brummett rolled another 258 in the first game of the title match to take a 1-0 lead, but Mason leveled the match with 212-179. In a low-scoring decider, Brummett got away with a 168-156 win to seal the victory.

The biggest upset came in the opening Round of 16, when No. 16 No. 16 Ana Patricia Morales of Guatemala ousted three-time gold medalist Laura Plaza of Colombia, 2-0.

The Colombian girls led the medal standing with three gold and one silver, just ahead of the U.S. girls who won eight medals, including two gold, four silver and two bronze medals, to give Junior Team USA the No. 1 spot in the overall medal tally with 8 gold, 7 silver and 6 bronze.


In the title match between the top two Under-16 boys, No. 2 seed, Rodolfo Monacelli of Venezuela, the nephew of PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli, topped No. 1 seed, Felipe Gil of Colombia in the deciding third game, 221-197, to win the coveted Masters title and his second gold medal after the victory in Doubles.

Gil, who won the other four gold medal in the U16 division in Singles, Mixed Doubles, Mixed Team and All-Events, got silver while Jorge Rodriguez, Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica’s Matias Haehner received the bronze medals.

After winning the gold medals in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Mixed Team and All-Events,
Colombia’s Laura García finished the championships in style defeating Adriana Laguado of Venezuela in two games, 194-177 and 235-169, to win her sixth gold medal in as many events.

Laguado earned silver, the first medal for the Venezuelan girls, and Colombia’s Ana Sofía Olaya and Paulina Torres of Puerto Rico took bronze.

The Colombian Under-16 boys and girls led the medal tally with eight gold, one silver and three bronze medals. Venezuela earned the remaining two gold medals along with three silver and one bronze.


2015PABCONYouthLogo_small.jpgThe 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Championships, which ran from June 27 through July 3 at Bolera Sede in Panama City, drew 139 youth bowlers from 16 countries, 103 (62 boys and 41 girls) in the Under-21 division and 36 (22 boys and 14 girls) in the Under-16 division.

Players competed for gold, silver and bronze medals in Singles, Doubles, Trios, Team, All-Events and match-play Masters.

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2015 PABCON Youth Championships – U16 Girls Masters

Quarterfinal:
No. 1 Laura García (209, 246), Colombia, def. No. 8 Adriana Parrilla (117, 195), Panama, 2-0
No. 4 Ana Sofía Olaya (223, 193), Colombia, def. No. 5 Tashaine Naranjo (168, 138), Puerto Rico, 2-0
No. 7 Adriana Laguado (193, 162, 216), Venezuela, def. No. 2 Ericka Quesada (168, 214, 199), Costa Rica, 2-1
No. 3 Paulina Torres (199, 174, 183), Puerto Rico, def. No. 6 Cristina Acosta, Panamá (135, 193, 175), 2-1

Semifinal:
García (157, 211, 211) def. Olaya (227, 183, 203), 2-1
Laguado (158, 190, 222) def. Torres (176, 174, 188), 2-1

Championship:
García (194, 235) def. Laguado (177, 169), 2-0

2015 PABCON Youth Championships – U21 Boys Masters

Round of 16:
No. 7 James Stanley (234, 183, 237), Costa Rica, def. No. 10 Alejandro Velasquez (180, 201, 231), El Salvador, 2-1
No. 2 Michael Tang (245, 277), United States, def. No. 15 Canada Josh Brant-Parkin (225, 188), 2-0
No. 4 Gregory Young Jr. (184, 247, 230), United States, def. No. 13 Panamá Donald Lee (146, 256, 191), 2-1
No. 12 Josh Lee Encarnación (210, 218), Puerto Rico, def. No. 5 Andrés Rodriguez (205, 169), Venezuela, 2-0
No. 1 Wesley Low Jr. (200, 223), United States, def. No. 16 Sebastian Yuzuriha (158, 204), Peru, 2-0
No. 9 Mitch Hupe (236, 268), Canada, def. No. 8 Massimiliano Fridegotto (204, 266), Venezuela, 2-0
No. 3 Kamron Doyle (289, 279), United States, def. No. 14 Lucas Motta (168, 222), Venezuela, 2-0
No. 6 Cristian Azcona (175, 235), Puerto Rico, def. No. 11 Cedrick Ru (154, 191), Canada, 2-0

Quarterfinal:
Tang (190, 238) def. Stanley (175, 253), 2-0
Young (236, 246) def. Encarnación (224, 214), 2-0
Low (206, 224) def. Hupe (182, 206), 2-0
Doyle (243, 279) def. Azcona (189, 200), 2-0

Semifinal:
Tang (268, 287) def. Doyle (243, 222), 2-0
Young (199, 238, 216) def. Low (222, 223, 215), 2-1

Championship:
Young (228, 265, 239) def. Tang (249, 244, 189), 2-1

2015 PABCON Youth Championships – U21 Girls Masters

Round of 16:
No. 7 Paola Limon (180, 177), Mexico, def. No. 10 Canada Leigha Carnevale (155, 136), 2-0
No. 2 Gazmine Mason (224, 204), United States, def. No. 15 Verónica Cepeda (199, 178), Colombia, 2-0
No. 4 Kristie López (149, 232, 193), Puerto Rico, def. No. 13 Sara Pelayo (176, 214, 190), Mexico, 2-1
No. 5 Stephanie Schwartz (218, 185), United States, def. No. 12 Raquel Orozco (169, 154), Mexico, 2-0
No. 16 Ana Patricia Morales (214, 216), Guatemala, def. No. 1 Laura Plaza (174, 166), Colombia, 2-0
No. 8 Sydney Brummett (222, 198), United States, def. No. 9 Juliana Franco (207, 180), Colombia, 2-0
No. 14 Nicole Rivera (233, 202), Puerto Rico, def. No. 3 Canada Mykaela Mitchel (204, 200), 20
No. 6 Breanna Clemmer (213, 255), United States, def. No. 11 Giselle Poss (201, 174), Puerto Rico, 2-0

Quarterfinal:
Mason (222, 212) def. Limón (138, 190), 2-0
López (244, 258) def. Schwartz (195, 223), 2-0
Brummett (192, 202, 219) def. Morales (191, 244, 204), 2-1
Clemmer (170, 236) def. Rivera (122, 159), 2-0

Semifinal:
Brummett (246, 221, 258) def. López (279, 210, 181), 2-1
Mason (205, 257, 238) def. Clemmer (169, 258, 199), 2-1

Championship:
Brummett (258, 179, 168) def. Mason (197, 212, 156), 2-1

2015 PABCON Youth Championships – U16 Boys Masters

Quarterfinal:
No. 1 Felipe Gil (268, 246), Colombia, def. No. 8 Jair Kelly (246, 203), Aruba, 2-0
No. 4 Jorge A. Rodriguez (234, 216), Puerto Rico, def. No. 5 Thomas Stanley (191, 159), Costa Rica, 2-0
No. 2 Rodolfo Monacelli (238, 223), Venezuela, def. No. 7 Gianmarco Gaglione (214, 203), Venezuela, 2-0
No. 3 Matias Haehner (145, 214, 188), Costa Rica, def. No. 6 Juan G. Londoño (217, 197, 169), Colombia, 2-1

Semifinal:
Gil (203, 258) def. Rodriguez (150, 169), 2-0
Monacelli (255, 177, 226) def. Haehner (222, 186, 190), 2-1

Championship:
Monacelli (209, 188, 197) def. Gil (191, 202, 221), 2-1

2015 PABCON Youth Championships – U16 Girls Masters

Quarterfinal:
No. 1 Laura García (209, 246), Colombia, def. No. 8 Adriana Parrilla (117, 195), Panama, 2-0
No. 4 Ana Sofía Olaya (223, 193), Colombia, def. No. 5 Tashaine Naranjo (168, 138), Puerto Rico, 2-0
No. 7 Adriana Laguado (193, 162, 216), Venezuela, def. No. 2 Ericka Quesada (168, 214, 199), Costa Rica, 2-1
No. 3 Pauina Torres (199, 174, 183), Puerto Rico, def. No. 6 Cristina Acosta, Panamá (135, 193, 175), 2-1

Semifinal:
García (157, 211, 211) def. Olaya (227, 183, 203), 2-1
Laguado (158, 190, 222) def. Torres (176, 174, 188), 2-1

Championship:
García (194, 235) def. Laguado (177, 169), 2-0

Author: Herbert Bickel
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