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. Corpeño led the way with 1210 and Bustamante added 1135.

    Fellow Mexicans Cristina Moreno and David Valdivia were second with 2299 and Claudia Duarte and Ivan Narvaez third with 2298.

    Mexican 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. Castellanos posted the tournament-high 1421 series and Lopez contributed 1195.

    Edith Quintanilla and Rudy Quintanilla from El Salvador took the silver medal with 2455, while Lilia Aracelis Ojeda and Eliud Martinez, Mexico, earned bronze with 2368.

    65 players - 33 boys and 29 girls - from five countries, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico and Panama, participate in the CONCABA (Confederación de Centroamérica y México de Boliche or Central America and México Bowling Confederation) Cambowl Junior championships in Panama City from Aug. 2-9, 2008.

    The boys and girls compete in two categories, under 15 and under 21 years of age, in Singles, Doubles, Team and Masters.


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