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2014 Senior Singles
TWO DIFFERENT SITES
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Sunday, September 28 at SANTA CLARITA BOWL
Sunday, October 5 at CORBIN BOWL
9am - 3 games - 50+ and older
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Unofficial Results Coming Soon

2014 Open & Youth City Tournament Unofficial Results Posted...

Robin Romeo wins 2014
USBC Senior Queen

USBC Communications
Published: July 3, 2014 | Bowl.com

RENO, Nev. - United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Robin Romeo of Newhall, Calif., made her way through the stepladder finals to capture the coveted tiara at the 2014 USBC Senior Queens presented by Storm on Thursday.

The 57-year-old right-hander defeated fellow hall of famer and top seed Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colo., 241-188, to take home the $3,500 top prize at the National Bowling Stadium. It was her first victory in more than 30 years of USBC Queens and Senior Queens competition.

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Romeo opened Thursday's stepladder finals with a 217-191 victory over USBC Hall of Famer and defending champion Lucy Sandelin of Tampa, Fla. She then bested 2011 Senior Queens champion Paula Vidad of Sun City, Calif., 234-191, to set up the meeting with Johnson, who was the No. 1 seed for the second consecutive year.

"I knew I had a pretty good shot and was comfortable with where I was playing," said Romeo, who finished third at the 1980 Queens. "Sometimes, when you have to win a few matches to make it to the title match, you have to treat each match separate. Once I got through the first one, I calmed down and felt pretty good after that."

The final match was tightly-contested until the seventh frame, when Johnson left the 4-6-10 split and was unable to convert it. As she stepped up for her final frame, Johnson still had the chance to put pressure on Romeo, but a 7-10 split gave Romeo the win and Johnson her second runner-up finish in her three Senior Queens appearances. Johnson earned $2,000 for the effort.

"I knew Tish was going to give it her all in the ninth and 10th frames," said Romeo, who won the 2012 Bowling's U.S. Senior Women's Open, also at the NBS. "I was prepared to have to strike out to win. It was a very emotional moment. I've been bowling for a long time, and there are certain titles you really work hard for. It's pretty awesome, and it makes me feel good."

Romeo nearly didn't participate in the Senior Queens after having surgery on her left thumb, but she was able to start practicing at the beginning of June. Prior to the Senior Queens, she stopped at the nearby Reno-Sparks Convention Center to compete at the 2014 USBC Women's Championships and teamed with fellow hall of famer Jeanne Naccarato of Tacoma, Wash., to take the lead in Division 1 Doubles.

"I had surgery on my left thumb, and it was a six-month recovery," Romeo said. "Even though it's my left hand, I wasn't able to hold the ball because it hadn't healed. I only had a couple of weeks to practice and was planning on going home after Nationals, but I felt good and was bowling well, and everyone back home told me to stay and bowl."

The 2014 Senior Queens featured 56 of the top female USBC members age 50 and older competing for a chance at part of the $21,000 prize fund, which included a $5,000 contribution by presenting sponsor Storm. All competitors bowled 15 qualifying games over three days before the field was cut to the top 16 for match play.

The stepladders finals were broadcast live on BowlTV.

The Senior Queens marks the second stop of the Senior Women's Triple Crown Series presented by The Orleans. The Triple Crown Series is a special competition for bowlers who compete in the Senior Queens, National Golden Ladies Classic and Bowling's U.S. Senior Women's Open.

The top 10 players in the Triple Crown standings, which combines qualifying totals from all three events, will take part in the Triple Crown Shoot-Out presented by The Orleans.

The Triple Crown Shoot-Out will be held after the U.S. Senior Women's Open qualifying rounds July 24 at The Cherry Bowl in Rockford, Ill.


Congratulations NLAC USBC
for donating $6000 to BVL
California USBC donates $124,766.33 to BVL for the 2012-13 season and is number AGAIN in the nation. 

Below are some of the donations made from the CUSBC with the combined California BVL funds raised.

$ 7,000 VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System – (includes outpatient clinics in Downtown LA, Bakersfield, East LA, Gardena, Lancaster, Oxnard, Pasadena, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria and Santa Barbara). Five Dell touch screen laptop computers for patient use. Anchor Audio Beacon BDP-7500 battery powered PA system with wireless mics and MP3 player for various patient activities

$ 800 Los Angles Veterans Resource Center – Bus tokens, field trips, holiday parties and refreshments for the veterans.

$ 1,000 West Los Angeles Veterans Center – Holiday parties, excursion trips and refreshments


NLAC is looking for a
Tournament
Director

Responsibilities include organizing and running the local championship tournament and the Sr. Singles tournament.  This position would work closely with the Association Manager, Office Manager and President on bidding, scheduling, and format. This is a volunteer position and would require minimal hours until 2 months prior to the start of the tournament season. Those interested should contact Brandon at nlacbowling@gmail.com.


UH OH! What are the odds of that!
Evan Wiltz and Carlos Cisneroz in the Junior Stars League at Pinz.

 

2014-15 Calendar of Events

TBA Annual Meeting TBA
Sept 28, 2014 Senior Singles Santa Clarita
Oct 5, 2014 Senior Singles Corbin Bowl
Nov 1-2, 2014 Youth City Tournament TEAM: Mission Hills Bowl
DS: Winnetka Bowl
Dec 7, 2014 Youth City Tournament Ice Cream Awards Banquet TBA
January 25, 2015 Youth Club Tournament Winnetka Bowl
March 1-2 & 8-9, 2015 City Tournament TBA
March 21-22, 2015 Pepsi Youth Championships District #5 Finals Buena Lanes
May 17, 2015 Adult/Youth Doubles Scholarship Tournament Mission Hills Bowl
June 13-14, 2015 California USBC State Convention TBA
August 8, 2015 League Secretaries Appreciation Luncheon Pinz
August 9, 2015 Red McKenzie Adult/Youth No-Tap Doubles Tournament TBA

 

 


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To: Youth Directors and League Secretaries;

We just presented National High Game & Series awards to some very deserving youth bowlers. I would like to see more apps sent to us to be processed. Only 2 centers from NLAC sent in team award apps. The applications are provided to each league. Please take the time to fill out the apps and send them in. You never know - you might have some team that was the highest in nation and never turned in. App has 2, 3, 4, 5, person teams and all adult male, female, mixed, & youth bowlers. With all minimum qualifying scores listed, scratch scores only. Make a difference, look at what is offered and take advantage of it. Bowlers dues pay for this. All Associations will process the awards to national for recognition. It only takes a few minutes to do. Thank you for all you do...

Tom Leigh
NLAC, Director


PAST ARTICLES:

Adriana Mazyck receives a USBC national crystal pin award and NLAC USBC plaque for having the highest women's sport average (203) in the nation for 2012-13. She earned this average at Corbin Bowl in the Del Guyer Sport Trios League. Tom Leigh NLAC director presenting.

 

2012-13 Association High Averages:

ADULT


Johnnie Englehart, 239
Tim Tripp, 239

Robin Romeo, 218

SENIOR

Richard Greenzweight, 218

Carolyn Scherzberg, 204

 

YOUTH


Treven Goldsmith, 216


Cheyenne Landers – 190

 


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