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Photo Submitted Pictured, from left, are: Tyler Waugh, Brayden Smith, Gillian Reed, Sydney Yerico, Priscilla Seybold’s daughter, Mary Butcher, Dodge Sutton, Robert Harrington and Ethan Paoletta.

Lucky Lanes Junior Bowling recently announced the winners of last month’s fifth annual Priscilla Seybold Memorial Singles Tournament.

Seybold spent most of his free time working with the young bowlers at Lucky Lanes. She was a bowling advocate at the youth and adult levels.

The bowlers qualified in league games on November 13 and January 22 to advance to the final. Bowlers ages 6-18 filled the bowling center on February 20 to compete for over $1,925 in educational assistance prizes.

The scores used to determine the winners were based on three games played in the final plus handicap. The divisions are based on the leagues in which bowlers regularly compete on Saturdays and are separated into girls and boys.

The youngest bowlers are in the Bantam leagues (6-8 years old). They started earning money which they put aside until they entered a secondary school. The $100 first place winners went to Sydney Yerico for the girls and Dodge Sutton for the boys. Second place of $50 went to Tyler Kuras, in the boys division.

Pictured, left to right, are: Priscilla Seybold’s daughter, Mary Butcher, Tyler Kuras, Elise Marsh, Londyn Wilmot, Zakary Clark and Xzavier Boland.

Sunshine leagues (12 and under) each won first place $150 and second place $75 for boys. The winner of the girls division was Elise Marsh. The boys winners were Ethan Paoletta in first place and Robert Harrington in second place.

In the Lucky Strikers leagues (15 and under), the top finishers received $200. Londyn Wilmot won the girls division and Xzavier Boland was the top runner-up in the boys division. Second place for the boys was Zakary Clark, who won $100 in scholarships.

The winners of a $300 educational prize in the senior leagues (18 and under) were Gillian Reed for girls and Tyler Waugh for boys. There were more bowlers in the boys division, adding a $200 second-place finisher to Brayden Smith.

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