High School

USBC High School

06/29/16

Dexter-USBC All-American Team named for 2015-2016 season

2016DHSAALogo_small.jpgThe 2015-2016 Dexter/United States Bowling Congress All-American Team includes a national award winner, a national youth champion and a returning member of the team. Dexter Bowling, in consultation with the International Bowling Campus Youth Development staff, annually selects five boys and five girls for the Dexter/USBC High School All-American team. The 2015-2016 team marks the 11th year a team has been selected. The student-athletes named to the team are ...

USBC High School

06/12/15

2014-2015 Dexter/USBC All-American Team named

2013DexterUSBCHSAATeamLogo_small.jpgA two-time state title winner is one of three high school juniors selected to the 2014-2015 Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team. Dexter and USBC annually select five boys and five girls from around the country to form the Dexter/USBC High School All-American team. The 2014-2015 team marks the 10th year the team has been selected. Student-athletes are nominated by their coach or athletic director, and must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade-point average.

USBC News

06/18/14

2013-14 Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team has familiar names

Each student-athlete will receive a $1,000 scholarship for being named to the team

2013DexterUSBCHSAATeamLogo_small.jpgFor the second consecutive season, Sierra Kanemoto of Riverside, Ohio, and Derick Holmes of Wichita, Kan., have been selected to the Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team. Ten bowlers, five boys and five girls, were selected for the 2013-2014 Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team. Kanemoto and Holmes are just the sixth and seventh bowlers to make the team in back-to-back seasons, and each also was the top-ranked student in their graduating class.

USBC High School

04/15/14

Louisiana High School to receive grant through Youth Education Services Fund

2014YESStAmantHighSchool_small.jpg St. Amant High School in St. Amant, La., which launched its bowling program this past season, has been selected to receive a $2,500 grant through the High School Grant Program of the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund. Administered by the International Bowling Campus Youth Development team, the High School Grant Program provides grants to high school bowling programs that show a financial need because of budget cuts or other changes, or for schools that are starting a new program.

USBC High School

07/11/13

Dexter extends title sponsorship of USBC High School All-American Team

2013DexterUSBCHSAATeamLogo_small.jpg Dexter Bowling will remain the title sponsor of the USBC High School All-American Team through 2016 after reaching a three-year partnership agreement with USBC. Each school year since 2005-2006, five male and five female USBC High School members have been selected for the Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team. Each All-American receives a $1,000 scholarship. The awards are presented at the North Pointe Junior Gold Championships in July.

USBC High School

05/31/13

Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team named for 2012-2013

2013DexterUSBCHSAATeamLogo_small.jpg For a fifth time, the Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team features a repeat selection as 2011 honoree Eric Swanson of Vernon Hills, Ill., was named to the squad once again. Swanson, who first earned recognition as a sophomore, leads a group of 10 high school bowlers selected to the team for the 2012-2013 school year. Five of this year's recipients have finished or are finishing their senior years, while five members are juniors.

USBC High School

10/18/12

Kentucky, Illinois high schools receive YES Fund grants

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Taylorville High School in Taylorville, Ill., and Barren County High School in Glasgow, Ky., each will receive a $2,500 grant through the High School Grant Program of the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund. The YES Fund High School Grant Program was created to assist high school teams that show financial need because of budget cuts or to assist schools starting a bowling program. Each year, four high schools are awarded a $2,500 grant through the YES Fund. The first grant was awarded in 2010.

USBC High School

06/20/12

Dexter/USBC High School All-American team announced

2012DexterUSBCHSAllAmericanLoogo_small.jpg Zachary Fylling, a recent graduate of Bangor John Glenn High School in Bay City, Mich., is the fourth male athlete to become a repeat selection to the Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team. Fylling heads the list of 10 high school bowlers selected to the team for the 2011-12 school year. Each member of this year's Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team recently completed their senior year, and the team includes the 2012 USBC Male Youth Ambassador of the Year.


USBC News

03/29/12

Inaugural YES Corporate Cup set for June 25

2011USBCOCNBSPanoramaView_small.jpgSo which brand in the bowling industry has the best bowling team? Well, there's only one way to find out. The International Bowling Campus Youth Development team will hold a corporate tournament to benefit the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund during Bowl Expo in Reno, Nev. The inaugural YES Corporate Cup is scheduled for Monday, June 25 from 3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. at the one-of-a-kind National Bowling Stadium (pictured left). The cost is $5,000 per brand.

USBC High School

03/09/12

YES Fund High School Grant Program makes award to Illinois school

YESLogo_small.jpg Abingdon High School in Abingdon, Ill., has been selected to receive a $2,500 grant through the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund High School Grant Program. After more than a 15-year absence, Abingdon revived its once-successful bowling program this season. The high school had won state titles in girls bowling in 1973, 1976 and 1979, but the program ended in the 1990s. A student survey showed overwhelming support to bring back the sport.

USBC High School

01/06/12

YES Fund partners with New York State USBC Association

New York association has donated $37,000 toward the project

YESLogo_small.jpg The New York State United States Bowling Congress Association has announced it will partner with the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund to provide grants to schools in New York. The grants, which will be in the form of in-school bowling grants and high school assistance grants, will be awarded by the YES Fund to schools in New York. The New York association has donated $37,000 toward the project.

USBC News

12/29/11

The Bowling Foundation, YES Fund help high school team after fire

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BowlingFoundationLogo_small.jpgA fire in the early hours of Dec. 24 destroyed Charlie's Country Fun bowling center in Biggsville, Ill. The 10-lane center, which opened in 1978, was the home to the West Central High School bowling team. The Bowling Foundation and the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund already have sent the team new bowling balls to help offset the loss.

USBC High School

08/16/11

Two high school grants awarded through YES Fund

YESLogo_small.jpg Walt Whitman High School in Huntington Station, N.Y., and the Lee County, Fla., school district have each been selected to receive $2,500 grants through the High School Grant Program of the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund. The program, administered by the International Bowling Campus Youth Development team, provides grants for up to four high school programs annually. With grants to Lee County schools and Walt Whitman High School, the High School Grant Program has awarded its four grants for this year.

USBC Youth

08/05/11

Zack Hattori sweeps Rachel Vaughn to win $64,000 Scholarship in Teen Masters

Ashley Dunn, Wesley Low Jr. claim Girls and Boys Under 14 titles

2011TMZackHattori_small.jpg2011TMRachelVaughn_small.jpgWith a double in the 10th frame, 18-year-old Zack Hattori (l.) of Las Vegas clinched the richest scholarship prize in bowling history to conclude the 14th annual Teen Masters bowling championships presented by Ebonite at Grand Central Terminal Thursday. Hattori defeated 16-year-old Rachel Vaughn (r.) of Port St. Lucie, Fla., 190-184 and 207-178, to win the best-of-two-game championship match and lock up a four-year, $64,000 scholarship package.

USBC High School

07/18/11

Greene, Hannon take titles at North Pointe $100,000 High School Singles Championships

2011NorthPointeTylorGreeneMelanieHannon_small.jpg Tylor Greene (l.) of Davidson, Mich., and Melanie Hannon (r.) of Buffalo, N.Y., claimed the top spots at the 2011 North Pointe High School Singles Championships and each took home a $15,000 scholarship. Greene defeated Jamie Robinson of Westerville, Ohio, 247-196, in the boys final to take home the title, while Hannon started off strong and pulled away on the girls side, outlasting Haley Rubin of Brandon, S.D., 212-181. They came out on top against 588 other top high school bowlers from across the country.

USBC High School

06/11/11

YES Fund welcomes High 5 Gear as a partner

YESLogo_small.jpg The Youth Education Services (YES) Fund expanded its partner base as custom shirt provider High 5 Gear is joining the program dedicated to youth bowling. "It's great to have High 5 Gear involved in the YES Fund partnership," International Bowling Campus Director of Youth Development Chad Murphy said. In addition to its YES Fund partnership, High 5 Gear is offering exclusive USBC Junior Gold Championships apparel for the 2011 event.

USBC High School

06/02/11

Star of Tomorrow heads 2010-11 Dexter/USBC All-American Team

10 student-athletes receive a $1,000 scholarship and an All-America Team

200910DexterUSBCHSAALogo_small.jpg2011DUSBCAATNicoleMosesso_small.jpgNicole Mosesso (pictured), the Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow Award winner, leads the list of 10 high school bowlers selected for the 2010-11 Dexter/United States Bowling Congress High School All-American Team. Each student-athlete receives a $1,000 scholarship and an All-America Team award, which will be presented at the 2011 USBC Junior Gold Championships in Las Vegas in July.

USBC High School

04/19/11

Ohio High School to receive grant through YES Fund program

YESLogo_small.jpg Bryan High School in Bryan, Ohio, which started a bowling program for the 2010-11 season, has been selected to receive a $2,500 grant through the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund High School Grant Program. The High School Grant Program provides assistance to bowling programs that have a financial need because of budget cuts or other changes, and to schools that request funding to start a new program. The program can award up to four $2,500 grants a year.

USBC High School

03/02/11

New S.E.T.S. program to help equip High School bowlers

USBCHighSchoolLogo.jpgHigh school teams now have access to top bowling equipment through a new grant program administered by the Youth Education Services (YES) Fund. The program allows entire high school teams to apply for new bowling gear. In order to qualify for the Students Equipped to Strike (S.E.T.S.) grant program, at least one member of the team must demonstrate an economic need for assistance.

USBC High School

02/16/11

High School events will be shown live on BOWL.com

USBCHighSchoolLogo.jpgFor the first time, a regular-season high school tournament will be broadcast live from start to finish on BOWL.com, the official website of the United States Bowling Congress. The 2011 Star City High School Open, will take place March 19-20 at Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln, Neb. The North Pointe Insurance Group $100,000 High School Singles Championship Tournament on July 15-17 also has been added to the live streaming schedule.

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