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For those of you that missed Opening Ceremonies, we were very privileged to have Andrew Hall speak on the "IMPORTANCE OF SPORTSMANSHIP". Sportsmanship is very important in any sport and in life itself. The conduct and attitude one portrays winning or losing shows character and Andrew has consistently delivered this message. I have personally had the honor of knowing Andrew and have so much RESPECT for all that he has accomplished in his bowling and personal career. He had a very mature attitude towards the game of bowling, his peers and those that he encounters. Keep up the good work and good luck with all your future endeavors! ~ Debby
Our final weekend of the State Tournament Championships on May 6 & 7th was a huge success! Thank you to Charlie and the staff at Wonder Bowl. Also, big thank you to all those that contributed to the ways and means table. Most importantly, thank you to the MAUSBCYA board and Lauren Eramo, tournament director for all the continued support and dedication to the youth of Massachusetts.
52nd Annual Tournament Results - REVISED
The first weekend of the State Tournament Championships was held in Wonder Bowl, New Bedford on April 29 & 30th. Below are the UNOFFICIAL results from the first weekend.
Female Bowler of the Year: Sarah Gill
Male Bowler of the Year: Andrew Hall
Congratulations to Vicki Prevost for winning the 2017 Meritorious Award
Congratulations to Rich Halacy for winning the 2017 Michael Z Eramo
Coach of the Year Award.
The State Singles and Pepsi tournament held in Chicopee on April 8th & 9th. Thank you to Pete and Rose, the tournament directors. Below are the winners.
2/26/16 - CANCELLED - The 16th Annual Youth Leader Doubles Tournament for Sunday, March 19, 2017 at Greylock Bowl & Golf
11/7/16 - The 34th Annual Singles tournament held at Westgate Lanes in Brockton was an excellent 1st tournament of the season. Thank you to Marsha & Junior and their staff for their hospitality. We had 192 applicants. Thank you to all who participated, MAUSBCYA Board and lanes marshals who volunteered. Congratulations to those qualified and the winners. See you at the next tournament.
** OFFICIAL RESULTS **
Around the State News:
Congratulations to Kyle Egan for his first 300 on 11/12/16 at Westgate Lanes. Great Job!
Congratulations to Sarah Gill for her first 300 on 10/23/16 during SEM Travel League held at Westgate Lanes. Great Job!
Congratulations to Aaron Major and Stephen Major for winning the U20 scratch division at the Youth Open in Indy. Great job guys!
Congratulations to Stephen Major for bowling a 300 game during league on 9/10/16. Great job!
As of 9/18/16 modifications have been made to the MAUSBCYA OFFICIAL DRESS CODE.
Bowlers MUST WEAR a center or league issued shirt, collared shirt, USBC youth jersey, mock collared shirt or USBC apparel, slacks, jeans with NO holes WORN at the waist, shorts or skirts (2 inches above the knee maximum), and NO headgear (unless medically necessary with a doctor's note). All bowlers must meet the requirements of USBC rule 301B Youth.
WE love to recognize the children in our state. If you have any local association news that needs to be published, please let me know. Deborah McGrath - firstname.lastname@example.org
***BOWLERS, PARENTS & PROGRAM DIRECTORS***
The MAUSBCYA board works very hard on preparing tournaments for our children. Please be respectful of time constraints. We require all bowlers to be at the tournament site 1 hour prior to scheduled tournament time, unless application/confirmations state otherwise. Confirmations of times and dates are sent out well before tournaments. If there is an issue or you cannot be there, please make sure someone is notified immediately (member of the team, your program director, the bowling center or the tournament director). We must make the necessary changes prior to the tournament start time as it is unfair the hold up the rest of the tournament bowlers. If we all work together, we can achieve success!
Thank you for your attention in this matter.
ALL ASSOCIATION MANAGERS:
January 1st averages must be submitted before any State Tournaments applications can be processed.
Our current board consists of five officers, nine directors and several youth reps. We as a board come from different parts of the state, have a broad spectrum of personalities and have a range of bowling experience. Our board is a dedicated group who meets on different occasions to come up with fun and exciting ways to promote our youth and future bowlers. The Massachusetts State USBC board offers many tournaments and awards throughout the year.
We welcome all children from the ages of 3-19. We teach and encourage fun and friendly competition while enforcing sportsmanship.
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