Greg Young wins Teen Masters Grand Championship Final in one-ball roll-off


    2013 Teen Masters

    Defeats Ashley Dunn in a rematch of last year's finals, 10-7, to earn his second straight $64,000 scholarship package

    2013TeenMastersGregYoung.jpgGreg Young (pictured left) repeated as champion when he emerged as the winner of the Teen Masters Grand Championship Friday, Nov. 1, at South Point Exhibition Hall in Las Vegas.

    2013TeenMastersAshleyDunn.jpgThe Teen Masters Grand Championship featured a re-match of last season's finalists, which Young also won. He won his second straight $64,000 scholarship package – the richest scholarship prize in the sport – by beating Ashley Dunn (right) of Palmdale, Calif., in a one-ball roll-off after the best-of-two-game match ended in a tie.

    Dunn, who was swept in the 2012 title match, got the upper hand when she won the first game, 179-160, but Young sent the match into sudden-death with a 184-153 decision in game two. In the roll-off, Young struck and Dunn left the 2-4-5 to hand Young the victory.

    Young, who will graduate from Viera High School in 2014, will attend collegiate powerhouse Robert Morris University-Illinois next fall and plans to pursue a career in cyber security.


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