Alberta, Quebec win national tenpin titles

GUELPH – Alberta and Quebec claimed the team titles in Youth Bowling Canada’s two-day national tenpin championship tournament that wrapped up Monday at Woodlawn Bowl.

Alberta won the boys’ team gold with a score of 27 points while Quebec was second at 24 and Manitoba third at 20.

Quebec took the girls’ team title at 28.5 while Manitoba was second at 26 and British Columbia third at 22.5.

For the standings, each team’s bantam, junior and senior players scored points.

Manitoba’s Liam Naylor of Winnipeg won the senior boys’ championship by defeating Northern Ontario’s Aidan Bass of Sault Ste. Marie 214-210 in a tie-breaking game. They had each scored 10 points in the two-day, 14-game tournament.

Bass got a little consolation when he was named the recipient of the boys’ Carl Malcolmson Memorial Scholarship.

Quebec’s Yannick Lamontagne of Granby won bronze with nine points. Southern Ontario’s Brennan Vaughan of London was sixth with five points.

Southern Ontario’s Miranda Panas of Welland won gold in senior girls’ with 12 points and a 219.36 average. Manitoba’s Marissa Naylor of Winnipeg was second at 10.5 points and Saskatchewan’s Kelsi Beauchamp of Saskatoon was third at 9.5. Panas won the girls’ Malcolmson scholarship.

In junior boys, Southern Ontario’s Nicholas Blagojevic of Belleville struck gold with 12 points and a 191.79 average. Manitoba’s Israel Potter of Brandon was second at 10 points and Northern Ontario’s Tyson Baxter of Thunder Bay was third at nine.

Quebec’s Jade Cote of Farnham won the title in the junior girls’ class with 11 points and an average of 181.79. Manitoba’s Kaylee Shewchuk of Winnipeg won silver with nine points and Alberta’s Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick of Edmonton won bronze with eight. Southern Ontario’s Brooke Sears of London was fourth at seven.

Quebec’s Zackary Belanger of Farnham claimed gold in bantam boys with 11 points and an average of 148.00. Calgary’s Tommy Ho of Alberta was second at 9 points and a 145.50 avg. while Winnipeg’s Matthew Jones of Manitoba was third at 9 points and a 130.21 avg. Evan Souter of Welland was fourth for Southern Ontario with 7 points.

In bantam girls, Quebec’s Koralie Normandin of Farnham captured the crown with 11.5 points and an average of 164.86. Alberta’s Hailey Schopper of Edmonton was second with nine points and British Columbia’s Jordan Singer of Nanaimo was third at 8.5. Southern Ontario’s Samantha Cirillo of Woodbridge was eighth at four.

TEAMS

Boys
1. Alberta 27 points
2. Quebec 24
3. Manitoba 20
4. Southern Ontario 19
5. Northern Ontario 18
6. Saskatchewan 17
7. British Columbia 10
8. New Brunswick 5
Girls
1. Quebec 28.5 points
2. Manitoba 26
3. British Columbia 22.5
4. Southern Ontario 22
5. Alberta 16.5
6. Saskatchewan 14
7. Northern Ontario 6
8. New Brunswick 4.5

SINGLES

Senior Boys
1. Liam Naylor, Manitoba, 10 points, 195.64 average
(won tie-breaker 214-210)
2. Aidan Bass, Northern Ontario, 10 pts, 196.00 avg.
3. Yannick Lamontagne, Quebec, 9 pts, 190.71 avg.
4. Maxime Mallais, New Brunswick, 8 pts, 182.21 avg.
5. Carson Therres, Saskatchewan, 7 pts, 172.79 avg.
6. Brennan Vaughan, Southern Ontario, 5 pts, 176.93 avg.
7. Tyler Radelja, British Columbia, 4 pts, 169.71 avg.
8. Iker Garcia, Alberta, 3 pts, 181.57 avg.
Senior Girls
1. Miranda Panas, Southern Ontario, 12 pts, 219.36 avg.
2. Marissa Naylor, Manitoba, 10.5 pts, 201.14 avg.
3. Kelsi Beauchamp, Saskatchewan, 9.5 pts, 187.29 avg.
4. Jocelyn Fraser, British Columbia, 8 pts, 177.00 avg.
5. Emily Ma, Quebec, 6 pts, 183.71 avg.
6. Hayleigh Hayes-Sheen, Northern Ontario, 4 pts, 158.50 avg.
7. Chelsea Oxley, Alberta, 3 pts, 160.21 avg.
8. Marika Robert, New Brunswick, 3 pts, 154.50 avg.
Junior Boys
1. Nicholas Blagojevic, Southern Ontario, 12 pts, 191.79 avg.
2. Israel Potter, Manitoba, 10 pts, 179.86 avg.
3. Tyson Baxter, Northern Ontario, 9 pts, 180.50 avg.
4. Reese John, Quebec, 6 pts, 176.36 avg.
5. Damon Wright, Alberta, 5 pts, 163.86 avg.
6. Isaac Vanderaegen, British Columbia, 5 pts, 162.50 avg.
7. Dylan Mowbray, Saskatchewan, 5 pts, 151.43 avg.
8. Marc-Andre Gauvin, New Brunswick, 4 pts, 153.79 avg.
Junior Girls
1. Jade Cote, Quebec, 11 pts, 181.79 avg.
2. Kaylee Shewchuk, Manitoba, 9 pts, 172.36 avg.
3. Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick, Alberta, 8 pts, 158.64 avg.
4. Brooke Sears, Southern Ontario, 7 pts, 168.50 avg.
5. Amy Buchanan, British Columbia, 6 pts, 166.50 avg.
6. Chasity King, Northern Ontario, 6 pts, 160.79 avg.
7. Amellia Campbell, Saskatchewan, 5 pts, 157.29 avg.
8. Helene St-Onge, New Brunswick, 4 pts, 138.71 avg.
Bantam Boys
1. Zackary Belanger, Quebec, 11 pts, 148.00 avg.
2. Tommy Ho, Alberta, 9 pts, 145.50 avg.
3. Matthew Jones, Manitoba, 9 pts, 130.21 avg.
4. Evan Souter, Southern Ontario, 7 pts, 141.07 avg.
5. Cooper Buniak, Saskatchewan, 7 pts, 137.71 avg.
6. Jeremy Garside, British Columbia, 7 pts, 130.14 avg.
7. Trenton Martyn, Northern Ontario, 6 pts, 134.36 avg.
8. Mathis Duguay, New Brunswick, 0 pts, 99.36 avg.
Bantam Girls
1. Koralie Normandin, Quebec, 11.5 pts, 164.86 avg.
2. Hailey Schopper, Alberta, 9 pts, 137.50 avg.
3. Jordan Singer, British Columbia, 8.5 pts, 142.14 avg.
4. Natiska Lecouteur, New Brunswick, 6 pts, 142.07 avg.
5. Samantha Bloos, Saskatchewan, 6 pts, 137.14 avg.
6. Molly Massicotte-Finch, Northern Ontario, 6 pts, 137.07 avg.
7. Vanessa Visarra, Manitoba, 5 pts, 126.64 avg.
8. Samantha Cirillo, Southern Ontario, 4 pts, 132.57 avg.
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