SBC News

March 24, 2010

Smyrna Youth Bowlers Win Big in Pepsi Tournament

Filed under: • Tournaments,• Youth Activities — Tags: — Mark @ 1:23 pm

The 2010 TN State Youth Pepsi Tournament concluded this past Sunday, and several of our youth bowlers fared very well in the event.  Two of our bowlers won titles in the 12 & over divisions – Kyle Hubbuch in the Boys Scratch, and William Fraser in the Boys Handicap division.  Also, Hubbuch and Brandon Barnes both earned a trip to the 2010 USBC Junior Gold Nationals in Indianapolis, IN during July of this year!  Both boys will be competing for scholarships and a spot on Junior Team USA 2011!  Good luck to Brandon & Kyle, and CONGRATULATIONS to all of these winners!

Smyrna Bowling Center Pepsi Winners

March 20, 2010

Pepsi Tournament Update

Filed under: • Tournaments,• Youth Activities — Tags: , — Mark @ 1:08 pm

Here are the standings after Day 1 for the 12 & over Divisions, and the Final Results for the 11 & under Divisions:

2010 Pepsi Entries Day 1

March 17, 2010

Rock Springs wins 2nd-straight Title

Filed under: • Youth Activities — Tags: — Mark @ 1:41 pm

The finals of the Rutherford County Middle School Bowling program were held yesterday, and Rock Springs Middle successfully defended its title by winning a thrilling match over Siegel Middle by a score of 16-11.  Game 1 saw Rock Springs take a 5-3 lead after they had three bowlers roll 190+ games, led by Chance Copeland with a 195.  Game two had Siegel turn the tables, as Samantha Gomes bowled her first 200 game with a nice 212, and led her team to a 6-2 win.  Now, Siegel led 9-7 after two games, but Rock Springs was leading the pin totals by 64 pins.  And then Rock Springs busted out in game 3 with an awesome total of 1042, led by Nick Mason’s 224 (seven strikes in-a-row!), and Austin Steele’s 216 game.  Thomas Lewter did have a nice 194 for Siegel in game 3.  A very exciting end to another great Middle School Bowling season…congratulations to all of these super young bowlers!

March 9, 2010

Rock Springs Set to Defend Middle School Title

Filed under: • Youth Activities — Tags: — Mark @ 7:53 am
Championship Trophy

Championship Trophy

Coach Precilla James has her team ready to defend its 2009 Rutherford County Middle School title.  Rock Springs Middle joins Smyrna Middle, Christiana Middle and Siegel Middle in competitions this year.  Last year Rock Springs narrowly defeated Siegel in a match that came down to the last frame of the last game.
Enthusiasm is growing for middle school bowling in our area and this year teams from Nashville are competing in their own district.  The Rutherford County and Davidson County champions could meet to decide a Mid-State Champion.  The hope is that Middle School Bowling will grow like its High School Bowling counterpart.  High School Bowling is currently active throughout the state.

March 5, 2010

Music City NCAA Tournament – Vanderbilt Home Tournament

Filed under: • Tournaments — Tags: — Mark @ 1:20 pm

On March 12th – 14th some of the top ranked Women’s College bowling teams will be coming to Smyrna Bowling Center to participate in the Vanderbilt Women’s Home Bowling tournament – the Music City Classic. This years tournament will have 15 of the top ranked women’s college teams in attendance. Among the teams will be Nebraska,  last years NCAA champion; and 2nd place team Central Missouri. Vanderbilt’s Women’s team will have 3 seniors that this will be their final tournament in their black and gold uniform. Vanderbilt is currently ranked number 2 in the nation behind University of Maryland -Eastern Shore. Vanderbilt is off this weekend bowling in the ECAC tournament in New Jersey and will return Tuesday after a trip to the new ESPNW broadcast area that should be launched at a future date. Vanderbilt’s Women’s program is looking to bring home another title this weekend and also looking to win the Music City Classic for the second time. The women that bowl for their respective schools are great bowlers in their own right and it is a amazing to be able to watch them compete each weekend that I travel and help coach John Williamson with the Vanderbilt women’s bowling team.  The NCAA Women’s competitions are competed on the NCAA Sport bowling patterns that are not anything like your typical house patterns that you compete on. These patterns demand the ability to repeat shots over and over again with accuracy and precision timing and release. It would be a treat for any young lady that is aspiring to bowl in college to attend and see the quality of the Women’s programs that will be here from across the Nation. Vanderbilt has 3 seniors that will be honored at the end of the tournament for their contributions to the growth of the program and their accomplishments. The young ladies that will be honored are Josie Earnest, Ashley Belden, and Brittany Garcia.  Each young lady has helped change the face of Vanderbilt Women’s Bowling by being a positive leader and a great bowler.

Friday’s bowling will start at 11:00 am and end sometime around 5:00 or 6:00p.m.  Saturday will start after the Youth bowling leagues have finished (approx. 12:00pm) and the lanes have been re-oiled with the NCAA pattern. Sunday the tournament will finish and a champion crowned. Good Luck to all the teams and I hope that you have a safe trip to the tournament.

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