Youth Scholarship Championship
February 15, 2020 - February 16, 2020
Saturday February 15th
Sunday February 16th
Check in at least 1/2 hour prior
Note: on some devices you may need to scroll down for details, downloadable entry form and online registration.
The Skagit Valley USBC Youth Scholarship Championship bowling tournament will be held on February 15-16, 2020 at Riverside Lanes in Mt. Vernon, Washington. This tournament is open to all youth members of the USBC. At least $1,000 will be added to the prize fund for this event. Prizes will be distributed into the youth’s SMART accounts.
Events: Doubles and Singles (scratch and handicap for both events). All age groups will be combined. We must receive at least 4 entries into the scratch divisions to run it. If we do not receive 4 scratch entries for an event, those entries will be moved to the handicap division.
Scroll down for downloadable entry form and online registration.
Note: Because of the format of the tournament with multiple squads, we will not be running a Junior Gold qualifier for this event.
Downloadable Entry Form Coming Soon!
Return the completed entry form with fees to any Skagit Valley USBC bowling center or mail to:
P.O. Box 1258
Burlington, Wa. 98233
Online registration has the option to pay online or pay at check-in for each bowler and event. You may register up to four singles entries and two doubles entries in one submission. Average verification will be required for final posting:
AVERAGES: Bowlers averaging over 210 must bowl scratch in the singles division. Sport and challenge averages will be converted to standard averages for the purpose of handicaps. Average used for purpose of handicap will be as follows (in order of priority):
- Highest current USBC league average of 21 games or more as of February 1, 2020. Bowlers averaging over 210 must bowl scratch in the singles division. Sport and challenge averages will be converted to standard averages for the purpose of handicaps.
- If average rule 1 is not met, use highest average of 9 games or more as of February 1, 2020 or last year’s final average of 21 games or more whichever is highest. If only one part of this rule exists, use that portion to determine average (9 games or more as of February 1, 2020 OR last year’s average of 21 games or more).
- If a bowler does not meet 1 or 2 and can show a current average prior to bowling the tournament for 9 games or more, that average may be used. Please provide the last posted standing sheet plus a copy of the recap sheet so we can calculate the average if 9 game standing sheet is not available. We will require the actual standing sheet for final audit of scores. Bowlers without a verifiable average must bowl scratch singles and enter doubles with 220.