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USA sweeps Team as 2016 Tournament of The Americas concludes

2015USBCLogo.jpgThe 54th Lee Evans Tournament of The Americas concluded Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as the United States swept the top spots in mixed team to walk away with gold medals in 31 of 45 events this week at Strikers Family Sportscenter.

Team USA’s Josie Earnest and Chris Via and Junior Team USA’s Haley Richard and Thomas Peters coasted to the win in the Adult category with an eight-game total of 6,731.

In the Junior A division (ages 16-19), Junior Team USA members Sydney Brummett, Hollyann Johansen, Meeco Walker and Kenny Ryan also put together a dominating performance, winning the gold medal with a 6,366 total.

The mixed team title in the Junior B division (ages 12-15) came down to the final game as the United States held off Puerto Rico by 21 pins with a 6,184 total. Jonathan Cummins led the way with a 258 in Game 8, and he was joined in the effort by Tom Hankey Jr., Danielle Jedlicki and Katherine Corbin.

In the Senior division, Lisa Wasson, Tayna Spaulding, Charles McLean Jr. and Pete Thomas of the United States rallied in the final game to move ahead of Canada for a 20-pin victory with a 5,711 total.

Jerry Teel, Carol Teel, Terri Ward and Doug Hayes of the United States finished the sweep with a Super Senior win (5,787).

ToALogo2.jpgIn each division at the Tournament of The Americas, teams of two men and two women competed in singles, doubles, mixed doubles and mixed team. After the completion of those events Saturday, individual all-events and national all-events champions were recognized, too.

For individual all-events, which consisted of 32 games, the United States collected six gold medals as Earnest (6,794), Brummett (6,564), Ryan (6,726), Hankey (6,658), Thomas (6,259) and Hayes (6,639) won in their respective divisions.

Canada’s Zach Wilkins averaged more than 221 on his way to winning all-events in the Adult Men’s category with a 7,103 total, while Puerto Rico’s Sarah Sanes captured the girls’ title in Junior B with 6,067.

Canada’s Cathy Harvey (5,965) and Lauraine Fast (5,797) earned gold medals in the women’s Senior and Super Senior divisions, respectively.

In national all-events, the United States captured gold in the Adult, Junior A, Junior B and Super Senior divisions, while Canada collected gold in the Senior category by 34 pins.

Brummett, Ryan and Hayes were the only competitors at the 2016 event to win gold medals in each event.

The Lee Evans Tournament of The Americas is the oldest annual international tournament in the American Zone. It is an invitational event for countries in the Pan American Bowling Confederation (PABCON), the American Zone of World Bowling.

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2016 Lee Evans Tournament of The Americas – Fonal Standings

SINGLES
Adult Women – 1, Josie Earnest, United States, 2,548. 2, Haley Richard, United States, 2,363. 3, Isabelle Rioux, Canada, 2,210.

Adult Men – 1, Zach Wilkins, Canada, 2,744. 2, Chris Via, United States, 2,589. 3, Josh Brant-Parkin, Canada, 2,366.

Senior Women – 1, Cathy Harvey, Canada, 2,248. 2, Margarita Ramos, Mexico, 2,228. 3, Lisa Wasson, United States, 2,067.

Senior Men – 1, Pete Thomas, United States, 2,397. 2, Michel Lesage, Canada, 2,270. 3, Curtis Kruschel, Canada, 2,188.

Super Senior Women – 1, Lauraine Fast, Canada, 2,186. 2, Terri Ward, United States, 2,171. 3, Carol Teel, United States, 2,001.

Super Senior Men – 1, Doug Hayes, United States, 2,510. 2, Jerry Teel, United States, 2,169. 3, Amneris Fernandez, Canada, 2,094.

Junior A Women – 1, Sydney Brummett, United States, 2,519. 2, Hollyann Johansen, United States, 2,380. 3, Karley Foster, Canada, 2,192.

Junior A Men – 1, Kenny Ryan, United States, 2,480. 2, Meeco Walker, United States, 2,412. 3, Jakob Bowden, Canada, 2,225.

Junior B Women – 1, Sarah Sanes, Puerto Rico, 2,359. 2, Danielle Jedlicki, United States, 2,245. 3, Katherine Corbin, United States, 2,081.

Junior B Men – 1, Tom Hankey Jr., United States, 2,431. 2, Jonathan Cummins, United States, 2,312. 3, Edgar Burgos, Puerto Rico, 2,186.

DOUBLES

Adult Women – 1, Haley Richard/Josie Earnest, United States, 2,385. 2, Christine Johnston/Isabelle Rioux, Canada, 2,121. 3, Adeline Winklaar, Curacao, 981.

Adult Men – 1, Zach Wilkins/Josh Brant-Parkin, Canada, 2,567. 2, Thomas Peters/Chris Via, United States, 2,405. 3, Carlos Cutolo/Emil Kizer, Venezuela, 2,146.

Senior Women – 1, Cathy Harvey/Caroline Gagnon, Canada, 2,110. 2, Tayna Spaulding/Lisa Wasson, United States, 2,041. 3, Margarita Ramos, Mexico, 1,107.

Senior Men – 1, Pete Thomas/Charles McLean Jr., United States, 2,300. 2, Curtis Kruschel/Michel Lesage, Canada, 2,115. 3, Roland Rodrigues/Al Lorenz, Curacao, 2,011.

Super Senior Women – 1, Carol Teel/Terri Ward, United States, 2,091. 2, Lauraine Fast/Elizabeth Wong, Canada, 2,018.

Super Senior Men – 1, Jerry Teel/Doug Hayes, United States, 2,279. 2, Amneris Fernandez/Ron Theriault, Canada, 2,052.

Junior A Women – 1, Sydney Brummett/Hollyann Johansen, United States, 2,280. 2, Karley Foster/Dakota Faichnie, Canada, 2,035. 3, Heizel Quinones/Lou Ann Mabel Rosario, Puerto Rico, 1,927.

Junior A Men – 1, Kenny Ryan/Meeco Walker, United States, 2,394. 2, Marcos Velez/Osvaldo Rosado, Puerto Rico, 2,177. 3, Daniel George/Jakob Bowden, Canada, 2,148.

Junior B Women – 1, Katherine Corbin/Danielle Jedlicki, United States, 2,194. 2, Alejandra Rosado/Sarah Sanes, Puerto Rico, 1,978. 3, Darci Faichnie/Sarah Klassen, Canada, 1,845.

Junior B Men – 1, Tom Hankey Jr./Jonathan Cummins, United States, 2,498. 2, Nicholas Blagojevic/Blake Foster, Canada, 2,137. 3, Jomar Alvarado/Edgar Burgos, Puerto Rico, 2,118.

MIXED DOUBLES

Adult – 1, Isabelle Rioux/Zach Wilkins, Canada, 2,609. 2, Josie Earnest/Chris Via, United States, 2,524. 3, Haley Richard/Thomas Peters, United States, 2,474.

Senior – 1, Cathy Harvey/Michel Lesage, Canada, 2,401. 2, Lisa Wasson/Pete Thomas, United States, 2,283. 3, Tayna Spaulding/Charles McLean Jr., United States, 2,131.

Super Senior – 1, Terri Ward/Doug Hayes, United States, 2,289. 2, Carol Teel/Jerry Teel, United States, 2,266. 3, Lauraine Fast/Amneris Fernandez, Canada, 2,128.

Junior A – 1, Sydney Brummett/Kenny Ryan, United States, 2,418. 2, Hollyann Johansen/Meeco Walker, United States, 2,359. 3, Lou Ann Mabel Rosario/Marcos Velez, Puerto Rico, 2,122.

Junior B – 1, Sarah Sanes/Edgar Burgos, Puerto Rico, 2,333. 2, Danielle Jedlicki/Tom Hankey Jr., United States, 2,294. 3, Katherine Corbin/Jonathan Cummins, United States, 2,196.

MIXED TEAM

Adult – 1, United States, 6,731. 2, Canada, 6,271. 3, Venezuela, 2,831.

Senior – 1, United States, 5,711. 2, Canada, 5,691. 3, Mexico, 2,750.

Super Senior – 1, United States, 5,787. 2, Canada, 5,600.

Junior A – 1, United States, 6,366. 2, Canada, 5,763. 3, Puerto Rico, 5,625.

Junior B – 1, United States, 6,184. 2, Puerto Rico, 6,163. 3, Canada, 5,448.

ALL-EVENTS

Adult Women – 1, Josie Earnest, United States, 6,794. 2, Haley Richard, United States, 6,441. 3, Isabelle Rioux, Canada, 6,105.

Adult Men – 1, Zach Wilkins, Canada, 7,103. 2, Chris Via, United States, 6,716. 3, Josh Brant-Parkin, Canada, 6,416.

Senior Women – 1, Cathy Harvey, Canada, 5,965. 2, Margarita Ramos, Mexico, 5,907. 3, Lisa Wasson, United States, 5,550.

Senior Men – 1, Pete Thomas, United States, 6,259. 2, Michel Lesage, Canada, 6,134. 3, Charles McLean Jr., United States, 5,788.

Super Senior Women – 1, Lauraine Fast, Canada, 5,797. 2, Terri Ward, United States, 5,793. 3, Carol Teel, United States, 5,371.

Super Senior Men – 1, Doug Hayes, United States, 6,639. 2, Jerry Teel, United States, 5,760. 3, Amneris Fernandez, Canada, 5,590.

Junior A Women – 1, Sydney Brummett, United States, 6,564. 2, Hollyann Johansen, United States, 5,931. 3, Dakota Faichnie, Canada, 5,871.

Junior A Men – 1, Kenny Ryan, United States, 6,726. 2, Meeco Walker, United States, 6,387. 3, Jakob Bowden, Canada, 5,835.

Junior B Women – 1, Sarah Sanes, Puerto Rico, 6,067. 2, Danielle Jedlicki, United States, 5,965. 3, Katherine Corbin, United States, 5,551.

Junior B Men – 1, Tom Hankey Jr., United States, 6,658. 2, Jonathan Cummins, United States, 6,261. 3, Edgar Burgos, Puerto Rico, 6,140.

Author: Herbert Bickel
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