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Masters champions crowned at CONCECABOL Youth Championship

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Juliana Botero of Colombia, Toscano Luconi of Costa Rica and Mexico’s Keyla Covarrubia and Manuel Ordaz captured the gold medals in match play Masters which concluded the Central American & Caribbean Youth Championship at Bolera Unidad Deportiva Belen in Medellín, Colombia, Saturday.

Featured photo from left: The medalists in boys U21 Masters, Jonaykel Conejo (2nd), Toscano Luconi (1st), David Gomez and Yannick Roos (3rd).

Eight players in each division were seeded into four best-of-three match-play brackets based on total pinfall from the all-events competition.

Botero and Ordaz claimed all five gold medals in their division, winning the titles in Singles, Doubles, Teams, All-Events and Masters.

The medalists in girl’s U21 Masters, from left, Ana Morales (2nd), Juliana Botero (1st), Fabiola Sandoval and Airam Fuentes (3rd).

Botero swept Ana Morales of Guatemala in in the girls’ Under21 final in best-of-three games match play, two-games-to-none (187-171, 214-186), while Ordaz took down Pedro Irizarry of Puerto Rico in the boys’ Under16 final, 2-1 (168-182, 226-155, 191-180.

In an all-Costa Rica boys’ Under21 finale, Luconi defeated three-time gold medalist Jonaykel Conejo, 2-1 (161-215, 219-195, 232-200), to win his first gold medal in this Championship.

In the gold medal match of the girls’ Under16 division, Covarrubia blanked Sara Duque of Colombia, 2-0 (205-199, 174-163) to win her fourth gold medal. The Mexican also earned bronze in Singles.

The 2018 Central American & Caribbean Youth Championship brought 71 competitors (49 in the Under-21 division and 22 in the Under-16 division) from 8 countries, Aruba, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and the host country Colombia, to Bolera Unidad Deportiva Belen, a 16-laner in Medellín, to bowl for medals in singles, doubles, team, all-events and masters competition.

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2018 CONCECABOL Youth Championship – U21 Boys’ Masters

Singles-elimination, best-of-three games match play in bracket system.

Championship Round:
1. Toscano Luconi, Costa Rica
2. Jonaykel Conejo, Costa Rica
3. Yannick Roos, Aruba, and David Gomez, Colombia

Quarterfinals:
No. 1 Jonaykel Conejo, Costa Rica, def. No. 8 Alejandro Alvarez, Venezuela, 2-1
(240-177, 211-234, 214-161)
No. 4 Yannick Roos, Aruba, def. No. 5 Sebastian Salazar, Colombia, 2-1
(233-268, 190-187, 212-179)
No. 2 Toscano Luconi, Costa Rica, def. No. 7 Felipe Gil, Colombia, 2-1
(168-231, 225-211, 205-194
No. 3 David Gomez, Colombia, def. No. 6 Roberto Nunez, Mexico, 2-0
226-203, 218-147)
Semi-finals:
Conejo def. Roos, 2-0
(258-218, 255-196)
Luconi def. Gomez, 2-0
(256-197, 244-202)
Championship:
Luconi def. Conejo, 2-1
(161-215, 219-195, 232-200).

2018 CONCECABOL Youth Championship – U21 Girls’ Masters

Singles-elimination, best-of-three games match play in bracket system.

Championship Round:
1. Juliana Botero, Colombia
2. Ana Morales, Guatemala
3. Fabiola Sandoval, Costa Rica, and Airam Fuentes, Mexico

Quarterfinals:
No. 1 Juliana Botero, Colombia, def. No. 8 Alexa Fernandez, Costa Rica, 2-0
(258-151, 225-207)
No. 4 Fabiola Sandoval, Costa Rica, def. No. 5 Laura Garzon, Colombia, 2-0
(202-190, 191-161)
No. 7 Airam Fuentes, Mexico, def. No. 2 Veronica Cepeda, Colombia, 2-1
(175-162, 186-202, 204-181)
No. 3 Ana Morales, Guatemala, def. Natalia Miranda, Colombia, 197-193, 189-166)
Semi-finals:
Botero def. Sandoval, 2-1
(232-193, 193-209. 217-196)
Morales def. Fuentes. 2-1
180-212, 173-164, 222-201)
Championship:
Botero def. Morales, 2-0
(187-171, 214-186).

2018 CONCECABOL Youth Championship – U16 Boys’ Masters

Singles-elimination, best-of-three games match play in bracket system.

Championship Round:
1. Manuel Ordaz, Mexico
2. Pedro Irizarry, Puerto Rico
3. Samuel Mendoza, El Salvador, and David Duque, Colombia

Quarterfinals:
No. 1 Manuel Ordaz, Mexico, No. 8 Jeronimo Rueda, Colombia, 2-1
(207-227, 202-193, 216-200)
No. 4 David Duque, Colombia, def. No. 5 Javier Y. Benitez, Puerto Rico, 2-1
(201-213, 227-216, 233-193)
213 216 193
No. 7 Pedro Irizarry, Puerto Rico, def. No. 2 Marco Flores, Mexico, 2-1
(221-210, 225-245, 235-186)
No. 6 Samuel Mendoza, El Salvador, def. No. 3 Diego Aguilar, Guatemala, 2-0
(192-164, 224-211)
Semi-finals:
Ordaz def. Duque, 2-1
(246-201, 178-198, 220-161)
Irizarry def. Mendoza, 2-1
(188-193, 173-172, 238-155)
Championship:
Ordaz def. Irizarry, 2-1
(168-182, 226-155, 191-180).

2018 CONCECABOL Youth Championship – U16 Girls’ Masters

Singles-elimination, best-of-three games match play in bracket system.

Championship Round:
1. Keyla Covarrubia, Mexico
2. Sara Duque, Colombia
3. Xanthe Lobbrecht, Aruba, and Andrea Perez, Mexico

Quarterfinals:
No. 1 Keyla Covarrubia, Mexico, def. No. 8 Rania Halabi, Aruba, 2-1
(182-189, 153-144, 226-156)
No. 4 Andrea Perez, Mexico, def. No. 5 Claudia Santiago, Puerto Rico, 2-1
(267-159, 158-161, 248-188)
No. 7 Xanthe Lobbrecht, Aruba, def. No. 2 Blanca Fraticelli, Puerto Rico, 2-1
(161-193, 202-169, 203-175)
No. 3 Sara Duque, Colombia, def. No. 6 Daniela Gonzalez, Colombia, 2-1
(208-71, 195-203, 181-152)
Semi-finals:
Covarrubia def. Perez, 2-0
(182-172, 217-179)
Duque def. Lobbrecht, 2-0
(173-161, 246-212)
Championship:
Covarrubia def. Duque, 2-0
(205-199, 174-163).

Herbert Bickel

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