Four champions crowned at 2005 Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships

Four champions survived single-game, double-elimination match play Wednesday in the 2005 Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships, a United States Bowing Congress Event, at Woodland Bowl. The tournament is the premier international tournament for youth bowlers. This year's event consists of 203 athletes from all 50 United States, U.S. military zones, Puerto Rico and Canada competing for a total of $20,000 in scholarships.

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Nation repeats, Bolosan claims first title at 2005 Junior Gold Bowling National Championships

Woodland Bowl, Expo Bowl and Western Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana

U.S. Junior Amateur champion Stefanie Nation, Miami, successfully defended her title, while Chris Bolosan, Newport News, Va., took home his first championship Friday in the 2005 USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis. The top six U.S. citizens in each division plus two players each added by the National Selection Committee earned berths on USBC Junior Team USA 2006.



Washington bowler awarded inaugural Zeb Scholarship

Spangler earns college funds, trip to awards ceremony

Katelyn Spangler, Renton, Wash., was selected by the United States Bowling Congress to receive its first Annual Zeb Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement and community service. The honor includes a $2,500 scholarship and an expense-paid trip to Indianapolis for Spangler, who will be formally recognized at the 2005 USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships awards ceremony on July 15.

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