CONCABA

Guatemala

05/16/10

Delgado, Herrera end Cambowl Mayor 2010 with victory in Masters

Metrobowl in Guatemala City. Guatemala (May 2010)

Viviana Delgado, Costa Rica, and local favorite Andres Herrera, Guatemala, ended the Campeonato Centroamericano y Mexico Cambowl Mayor 2010 Metrobowl in Guatemala City with victory in the women's and men's Masters. In the women's finals, Delgado, seeded 6th, swept former World Games champion Sofia Granda, Guatemala, 2-0. Herrera, who has won the men's All Events title, went the distance against Alejandro Cruz, defeating the Mexican in the decisive game, 189-168. The Cambowl Mayor 2010 drew 24 men and 24 women from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico and the host country of Guatemala.

Panama

08/15/08

CONCABA Cambowl Junior sub-15 and sub-21 conclude with Masters finals

2008CambowlJrValeriaCorpeno_small.jpg 2008CambowlJrIvanNarvaez_small.jpg Three Mexican bowlers, Ivan Narvaez (left, Boys sub-15), Valeria Corpeño (right, Girls sub-15) and Andrea Gonzalez (Girls sub-21), and Alberto Lizano from Costa Rica (Boys sub-21) ended the CONCABA Cambowl Junior Championships with victory in the Masters competition. 65 players - 33 boys and 29 girls - from five countries, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and Panama, participated in two categories, under 15 and under 21 years of age, in Singles, Doubles, Team and Masters.


Panama

08/08/08

Mexico sweeps Mixed Team event at CONCABA Cambowl Junior

Corpeño and Lopez win their third gold medal

CONCABAlogo.jpg The Mexican mixed teams swept the titles in the under-15 and under-21 divisions at the CONCABA Cambowl Junior Championships in Panama. Manuel Bustamante, Claudia Duarte, Ivan Narvaez and Valeria Corpeño led the under-15 division with 4606 six-game total. Corpeño, who won her third gold in as many events, posted the highest individual series of the division with 1298. Under 21 Singles and Mixed Doubles champion Tannya Lopez followed in Corpeño's footsteps when she teamed with Ana Rosa Gamboa, Nestor Almodovar and Carlos Castellanos to claim the Mixed Team title and her third gold medal with 4857 pinfall total and an average of 202.38.

Panama

08/07/08

Mexico dominates Mixed Doubles event at CONCABA Cambowl Junior

CONCABAlogo.jpg Mexican bowlers earned five out of six medals in the under-15 and under-21 Mixed Doubles event at the CONCABA Cambowl Junior in Panama. Girls champion Valeria Corpeño teamed with Manuel Bustamante to win her second gold of the championships in the Sub 15 division with 2345 six-game total and an average of 195.42. Tannya Lopez, who won the girls singles title in the sub 21 division, teamed with Carlos Castellanos to claim her second title with 2616 pinfall total and an average of 218.00.

Panama

08/05/08

CONCABA Cambowl Junior starts with Singles event

2008CambowlJrAlbertoLizano_small.jpg 2008CambowlJrJuanPabloCastillo_small.jpg 65 players - 33 boys and 29 girls - from five countries participate in the CONCABA Cambowl Junior championships in Panama City from Aug. 2-9, 2008. Alberto Lizano (l.) from Costa Rica started the championships with victory in Singles in the Boys sub-21 division. Lizano had the tournament's first 300-game in the fourth game en route to win the title with 1335 six-game total and an average of 222.50. Juan Pablo Castillo (r.) from Guatemala secured the title in the Boys sub-15 division with a 244 final game.

El Salvador

08/09/07

Jose Guandique to retire as CONCABA President

JoseGuandique_small.jpg Jose Guandique from El Salvador is wearing many hats in the sport of bowling in America both nationally and internationally. He is the president of the Pan American Bowling Confederation (PABCON), the president of the El Salvador Bowling Federation and the president of CONCABA (Confederación de Centroamérica y México de Boliche or Central America and México Bowling Confederation). After the highly successful CAMBOWL Junior Under-15 and Under-21 championships in Guatemala last week, Jose Guandique has informed Bowlingdigital that this was his last championship as CONCABA president.

Guatemala

08/06/07

Mexicans Vasquez and Hernandez end CAMBOWL Junior with victory in Under-21 Masters

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala

2007CambowlJuniorU21BoysMastersHumbertoVasquez_small.jpg 2007CambowlJuniorU21GirlsMastersGabrielaHernandez_small.jpg The Masters finals in the Under-21 division of the CONCABA CAMBOWL Juniori in Guatemala City were an all-Mexican affair. In the Boys' title match, Humberto Vasquez (l.) topped Erick Beltran, two-games-to-one to earn the gold medal.  Gabriela Hernandez (r.) lost the first game against Hilda Gutierrez 212-166 but rebounded with back-to-back 192 games to claim the girl's title.

Guatemala

08/05/07

Hays, Corpeño win in U15 Masters at CONCABA CAMBOWL Junior

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala

2007CambowlJuniorU15Masterschampions_small.jpg Mexicans Estevan Hays and Valeria Corpeño won the gold medals in the Boys and Gilrs Under-15 Masters in the CONCABA CAMBOWL Junior at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Both title matches in best-of-three format went the distance as Hays (r.) defeated compatriot Mario Herrera, two-games-to-one to win the boys title, and Corpeño (l.) topped No. 1 seed, All Events champion Pamela Monzon, Guatemala, with the same result in the girls final.

Guatemala

08/05/07

Fors, Monzon, Lizzano, Zetter win the gold medals in All Events at CAMBOWL Junior

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala

2007CAMBOWLJuniorAndreFors_small.jpg 2007CambowlJuniorU15GirlsAllEventsPamelaMonzon_small.jpg Andre Fors (left), Mexico (Boys U15), Pamela Monzon (right), Guatemala (Girls U15), Alberto Lizzano, Costa Rica (Boys U21) and Aseret Zetter, Mexico (Girls U21) claimed the gold medals in All Events (combined scores in Singles, Doubles, Mixed Foursome and For-Player Team event - 24 games overall).

Guatemala

08/05/07

Clean sweep in Four-Player Team event for the Mexican youth bowlers at CAMBOWL Junior

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala

The Mexican youth bowlers swept all four gold medals on the fourth day of competition in the CONCABA CAMBOWL Junior at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala. The Under-15 Boys led the field with 4419 six-game total and an average of 184.13, while their female counterparts had 4325 (180.21). The Under-21 Mexican girls out-bowled the boys when they cruised to victory with 4553 (189.71), while the boys won their title with 4466 (186.08).

Guatemala

08/01/07

Mexico and Guatemala share the gold medals in Singles at CONCABA CAMBOWL Junior

Metro Bowl in Guatemala City, Guatemala

2007CAMBOWLJuniorAndreFors_small.jpg 2007CambowlJuniorU15GirlsSinglesPamelaMonzon_small.jpg 88 players - 46 boys and 42 girls - from six countries, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama participate in the CONCABA CAMBOWL Junior U-15 and U-21 championships at Metro Bowl in Guatemala City. Mexico and the host country shared the gold medals in Singles on Day One, as Pamela Monzon (r.) and Laura Barrios from Guatemala and Mexicans Andre Fors (l.) and Manuel Arencibia earned the girls and boys sub-15 and sub-21 titles, respectively.

Costa Rica

07/16/06

Lizano, Zetter, Lozano, Martinez crowned Masters champions in 2006 CAMBOWL Junior

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOWLJuniorLogo.jpg Alberto Lizano, Costa Rica (Boys Under 21) and Mexicans Miriam Aseret Zetter Velasco (Girls U21), Diego Ivan Lozano Trevino (Boys U15) and Jimena Martinez Vazquez (Girls U15) ended the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior at CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica, with victory in the Masters competition.

Costa Rica

07/16/06

Costa Rica's Lizano wins gold in Boys Under 21 All Events

Mexicans Contreras, Gastelum, Alvarez win the other divisions

2006CAMBOWLJuniorU21AEAlbertoLizano.jpg Alberto Lizano from Costa Rica became the sole non-Mexican All Events champion in the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior in San José. Lizano posted the tournament-high 199,40 average over 25 games to win in the Boys Under 21 Division. The three Mexicans titlists were Patricia Contreras Aviles, Marco Ariel Gastelum Olea and Pamela Cristina Alvarez. The top 8 players in each division advanced to the Masters finals.

 


Costa Rica

07/16/06

Mexican U21 and U15 Boys and Girls sweep gold medals in team events

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOWLJuniorLogo.jpg The Mexican Under 21 and Under 15 boys and girls national squads continued their winning streak in the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior in Costa Rica when they captured all four gold medals in the boys and girls four-player team event. Guatemala, El Salvador and the host country shared the silver and bronze medals.

Costa Rica

07/15/06

Mexico wins gold and silver in Mixed Team events, two bronze for Guatemala

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOWLJuniorMixedFoursomeU21MEX_small.jpg The Mexican four-player mixed teams won the gold and silver medal in both divisions in the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior at CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica. L-R Paola Rodriguez, Miguel Angel Romero, Aseret Zetter and Juan Diego Quintanilla led the Under 21 Division while Ana Rosa Gamboa, Jimena Martinez, Diego Lozano and Andre Fors captured the Under 15 title.

Costa Rica

07/15/06

Mexico sweeps gold medals in Mixed Doubles event at CAMBOWL Junior

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOWLJuniorMixedU21ZetterViruete_small.jpg Mexico earned the titles in the Under 21 and Under 15 Mixed Doubles competition in the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior. Aseret Zetter and Jose Carlos Viruete (pictured) totaled 1941 to win the Under 21 Division, while Pamela Alvarez and Marco Gastelum led the in the Under 15 Division with 1479 4-agem total and an average of 184,88.

Costa Rica

07/12/06

Mexico wins another three gold medals in doubles at CAMBOWL Junior

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOWLJuniorLizanoRojas_small.jpg Mexico won three out of four gold medals in the Doubles event at the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior. Daniel Intriago/Marco Gastelum and Pamela Alvarez/Ana Rosa Gamboa swept the boys and girls Doubles titles in the Under 15 division and Patricia Contreras/Emma Castro won the title in the Girls Under 21 Division. Alberto Lizano/Diego Rojas (pictured) won the first gold medal for the host country of Costa Rica in the Boys Under 21 Doubles.

Costa Rica

07/12/06

Mexico gets off to great start in 2006 CAMBOWL Junior

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOWLJuniorJorgeSamayoa_small.jpg The Mexican youth national teams claimed three gold medals, two silver and three bronze in the Singles event on the first day of competition at the 2006 CAMBOWL Junior (Under 15 and Under 21) at CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica. Guatemala's Jorge Samayoa (pictured) became the sole non-Mexican titlist in the Boys Under 21 division.


Costa Rica

07/12/06

2006 CAMBOWL Junior

CRTC Bowling Center in San José, Costa Rica (July 8-16, 2006)

2006CAMBOELJuniorLogo.jpg The 2006 CAMBOWL Junior - Central America and Mexico Bowling Championships for Under 15 and Under 21 - take place at an 8-lane bowling center in the Costa Rica Tennis Club in the Capital City of in San José, July 8-16, 2006. Participating are the youth national teams of Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama and the host country of Costa Rica.


El Salvador

05/28/06

Angel Orti­z and Sofia Granda end Cambowl Mayor 2006 with victory in Masters

Galaxy Bowling in San Salvador, El Salvador (May 22-27, 2006)

2006CambowlMayorMastersSofiaGranda_small.jpg 2006CambowlMayorMastersAngelOrtiz_small.jpg El Salvador's Angel OrtĂ­z and Sofia Granda of Guatemala were crowned men's and women's Masters champions of the Cambowl Mayor 2006 at Galaxy Bowling in San Salvador, El Salvador. The men's team of the host country claimed the country all events title, while Granda and her team mates were unchallenged in the women's division.

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