Fort Stewart USBC Youth bowlers Josh Mullins, Caleb Radle, Jacob Radle, Quashon Russell and Taylor Standard traveled to Macon/Warner Robbins in May to bowl in the Georgia Youth Bowling Championship Tournament.
The team The Problem Kids, comprised of Mullins, the Radles and Russell, placed first against 51 other teams from bowling centers all over the state of Georgia. The boys bowled a team score of 2648 pins for the three games. Mullins and (which) Radle also placed 1st in doubles against 77 other doubles teams, with a score of 1,392 pins.
The boys bowled in the three game singles set and scored well. Mullins rolled a 661 series to place fifth in the singles division. Standard rolled a 731 series to advance him into first against 120 young men in his division. He also represented the Fort Stewart Youth when he qualified and placed in the annual Pepsi Tournament to be held in Columbus in April.
It was an all-around great weekend for the bowlers, especially Caleb Radle. He scored first on top of 94 other bowlers in All-Events with a score of 2131, and he a rolled 1249 to place first against 94 other young men in the Scratch Division.
Bowling scratch without one’s handicap can be a challenge for any bowler youth or adult.
The boys bowl every Saturday morning at Marne Lanes.
The league begins the Saturday after Labor Day and completes the season the end of April. Bowlers are divided into teams based on age and bowl on teams to compete for local and USBC awards.
For more information call Jeff or Sharyl Eastlake at 369-8384 or 977-2015.