2017 Youth Tournament Results

This year we started something new with our Youth Tournaments by having them all in one weekend.  This was to try and eliminate the conflicts with other tournaments, but also to begin to build an annual EVENT.

This year the tournaments were held Feb 25 and 26, 2017 at both Heritage and C&D Lanes.

We were also very lucky to have this event sponsored by DMAC AUTOMATION http://www.dmacautomation.com.  Thanks to their generosity, there was an additional $4000 in scholarship paid out for this event.  THANK YOU DMAC AUTOMATION for your interest in our youth !!!


Youth Doubles Results 2017

Youth Singles Results 2017

Youth Team Results 2017


From Heritage Lanes  – Xander Dickie, Nathan Davie, Abby Crossett  and Madison Crossett with a team all events score of  8942! They each received $20.00 scholarships

dmac automation has been a great sponsor for youth sports in the London and St. Thomas areas. We thank you so much for helping our youth bowlers by providing scholarship funds!

2017 L&D Youth Tournaments

NEW THINGS are coming starting in 2017!  ANNOUNCING our London and District Ten Pin Bowling Association Annual Youth Tournaments – sponsored by DMAC AUTOMATION

Idmac-logo-small-2t is with great pleasure that we announce our youth tournaments will bring a new sponsor … DMAC Automation http://www.dmacautomation.com.  DMAC Automation will contribute to our scholarship fund so the scholarship prizes will be greatly increased!

You will notice that we are combining all tournaments in one great weekend.  2017 brings with it some exciting changes which are the start of making this an annual EVENT.  Along with increased scholarships…we hope to create some friendly competition between our youth bowling programs with the addition of the Chaplin Challenge this year.  Entry deadline is Feb 13, 2017.

Entry forms and rules can be printed below:



The Chaplin Challenge is a new element being added to the London & District Tenpin Bowling Association Youth Tournaments starting in Feb 2017.

This challenge was named in dedication to a great coach and mentor “Dave Chaplin”. Dave coached many generations of youth in London for over 40 years and this Challenge was created to continue his legacy.  


The cup originated when it was presented to the Huron Junior Bowlers by Frederick Lanes in Kitchener at the very last tournament they competed in before Huron Bowl closed. The former Huron executive decided this would follow them when they merged with Bowlerama Royale.  There it became the award for their annual youth match play tournament.  When Dave Chaplin passed away this cup became the “DAVE CHAPLIN MEMORIAL CUP.”

Starting Feb 2017, it is now time to raise the CUP so Dave’s Legacy is not forgotten.   With Dave’s grandson Robbie’s blessing, The Chaplin Memorial Cup and Scholarship will be shared with all London and District youth in the form of the Chaplin Challenge.


This CHALLENGE was implemented to create competition between the London and District Youth Programs and will run in conjunction with the London & District Youth Tournaments.

At the end of 9 games (Singles, Doubles and Teams) the top 2 females and top 2 males from each house will become the house phantom team. The team with the highest combined 9 game total ALL EVENTS including handicap will be the Chaplin Cup winner!

Top 2 females and top 2 males must have bowled in ALL 3 EVENTS (Singles, Doubles and Teams)

The Cup will be engraved with the winners and will be displayed at the tournaments as well as at the Banquet where the winners will be awarded.

Scholarship to be determined based on available funds.

L&D Youth Doubles RESULTS

Saturday November 14th the London and District Youth Doubles Tournament took place at Heritage Lanes in St. Thomas.  Congratulations to the winners…

A DIVISION 299 and Over

1st Place – Bowlerama Royale – Angel Schuyler and Tyson Schuyler
2nd Place – Bowlerama Royale – Alanna McNicol and Brayden Vaughan

B DIVISION 269 to 298

1st Place – Bowlerama Royale – Brandon Crossett and Alisa Phillips

C DIVISION 239 to 268

1st Place – Bowlerama Royale – Megan Landry and Curtis Merrick

D DIVISON 201 to 238

1st Place – Heritage Lanes – Emily Brade and Dylan Figueiredo
2nd Place – Bowlerama Royale – Jacob Davie and Ashley Powell
Full results can be found here
Youth Doubles Results 15-16


Lots of medals came home to London from CYC’s in Winnipeg!

The Canadian Youth Championships were held May 30 – Jun 1 in Winnipeg, MB.  This annual championship tournament brings 8 provincial teams of 6 youth bowlers together to compete for medals, scholarship and a National Title in each of Bantam, Junior, Intermediate and Senior divisions.

Southern Ontario won a total of 14 medals at this years competition … 7 GOLD, 2 SILVER and 5 BRONZE!  Contributing to this teams success were 3 youth from London and District who all came home with medals!

3 times GOLD

Rebekah Loker (pictured above left) from Woodstock, who bowls out of Bowlerama Royale, was the Junior Girl on the team.  This was Rebekah’s first time at CYC’s but competed at a National Level at YBC Nationals in 2012.  She had great success in Winnipeg bringing home Silver in the Team Event,  Gold in the Doubles Event, went undefeated to win Gold in Singles Event and became the 2015 Junior Girl National Champion! With that title she earned $175 scholarship thanks to funding from Sport Canada!

Brayden Vaughan (pictured above right) from St. Thomas, who bowls out of Heritage Lanes, was the Junior Boy on the team.  This was Brayden’s first ever National Tournament and he too brought home a GOLD medal in doubles having bowled the event with Rebekah Loker.  Brayden had stop competing at this tournament due to medical reasons but showed everyone what a great sportsman and team player he was when he cheered the rest of his teammates on for the remainder of the tournament.

Mykaela Mitchell (pictured above centre) from London, who bowls out of Bowlerama Royale, was the Intermediate Girl on the team.  This was Mykaela’s 3rd time at CYC’s and was able to bring home a Silver in the Team Event, Gold in the Doubles Event, Bronze in the Singles Event, and became the 2015 Intermediate Girl National Champion!  This is her 3rd National CYC’s title winning as a Bantam in 2010, Junior in 2012 and now Intermediate in 2015.  With that title she won a $200 scholarship thanks to funding from Sport Canada!

These 3 bowlers set goals at the beginning of the season…worked hard to make that dream a reality, showed perseverance and came out on top!  One game…one frame…one ball at a time!

Rebekah and Mykaela’s National Banners will be on display at Bowlerama Royale!




8 REASONS to CONGRATULATE Southern Ontario’s 10 Pin YOUTH Team!

so teamHigh fives and smiles all around for the Southern Ontario Team as they met with much success at this year’s YBC Nationals tournament in Toronto from May 2 – 4th, 2015.  This tournament brings the top 6 YBC bowlers from 8 provinces together to compete in the Boys Teams Event, Girls Teams Event, and Singles Events in Divisions of Bantam, Junior and Senior.  It took some stamina to bowl 21 games in 3 days and they sure showed they had it!

The 8 REASONS to CONGRATULATE Southern Ontario’s 10 Pin YOUTH Team…

  1. Southern Ontario Boys Team, Cole Sitzes, Joshua Bautista and Ryan Locker win GOLD!
  2. Southern Ontario Girls Team, Sydney Fargnoli, Sarah Klassen and Mykaela Mitchell win GOLD!
  3. Bantam Boy, Cole Sitzes (from London) wins GOLD in Singles!
  4. Junior Boy, Josh Bautista (from Brampton) wins GOLD in Singles!
  5. Bantam Girl, Sydney Fargnoli (from London) wins SILVER in Singles!
  6. Junior Girl, Sarah Klassen (from St. Catharines) wins SILVER in Singles!
  7. Senior Girl, Mykaela Mitchell (from London) wins BRONZE in Singles!
  8. Senior Girl, Mykaela Mitchell (from London) wins CARL MALCOLMSON $1000 SCHOLARSHIP AWARD for Tournament High Average!




$5,750 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED at 2015 Ontario Youth Singles Championships!

On March 21 and 22nd, 2015 the 2015 Ontario Youth Singles Championships were held at Bowlerama Royale in London.

Congratulations to the scholarship winners!!!!

12 and over scratch girls

12 and over handicap girls

12 and over scratch boys

12 and over handicap boys

11 and under handicap girls

11 and under handicap boys

Full results can be found on http://www.otba.ca.

Ontario Youth Singles Poster

2014-2015 Youth Tournament Results

ALL EVENTS CHAMPIONS 2014/2015 were:

Girls – Madison Crossett Heritage Lanes +195 for the 3 events $100.00 scholarship
Boys – Mitch Hutchison Fleetway +219 for the 3 events $155.00 scholarship



2014/2015 London and District Youth Singles Scholarship Tournament Results

The Annual Youth Singles Tournament was held April 11, 2015 at Heritage Lanes in St. Thomas.  We had a great turnout and were able to pay out $1,100 in scholarship!  Congratulations to all the winners!


2014/2015 London and District Youth Team Tournament Results Jan 24, 2015

15 teams in 3 average divisions competed in the 2015 Youth Team Tournament held at Heritage Lanes.  CONGRATULATIONS!


Bowlerama Royale  Jamie Figg, Beka Loker, Wesley Shaw and Mykaela Mitchell


Fleetway                  Megan Landry, Curtis Merrick, Ashley Powell and Mitch Hutchison

C DIVISION up to 450

Heritage Lanes        Sarah Locker, Britney Davis,  Alex Davis  and Brayden Vaughan


2014/2015 London and District Youth Doubles Results Nov 8, 2014

33 teams in 5 average divisions competed in the 2014 Youth Doubles Tournament held at Bowlerama Royale.    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS!!!

Division A – 299 AND OVER

FIRST – Rebekah Loker/Mykaela Mitchell – Bowlerama Royale – TOTAL 1443

Division B – 269 TO 298

FIRST – Brayden Vaughan/Craig Coleman – Heritage Lanes – TOTAL 1532

SECOND – Jamie Figg/Wesley Shaw – Bowlerama Royale – TOTAL 1423

Division C – 239 TO 268

FIRST – Brooke Sears/Sydney Fargnoli – Bowlerama Royale – TOTAL 1404

Division D – 201 TO 238

FIRST – Alisa Phillips/Brandon Crosset – Heritage Lanes – TOTAL 1435

Division E – UP TO 200

FIRST – Britney Davis/Dylan Figueiredo – Heritage Lanes – TOTAL 1455

SECOND – Dawson Chabot/Savannah Chabot – Bowlerama Royale – TOTAL 1449



London & District Youth secure 4 out of 6 spots on the YBC Southern Ontario Team!

4 steps provincial

The YBC 4 Steps to Stardom Tenpin 2015 Nationals will be held in Toronto, May 1 – 4th, 2015.  48 of Canada’s best youth tenpin bowlers from eight provinces will compete at this year’s National Championship.

Each bowler has 4 steps through the season to compete to try out for the National Top Spot in their division.
STEP 1: Each bowling centre qualifies their top bowlers to send to the zone round.  STEP 2: The zone round qualifies 4 bowlers in each division to send to the provincial round.
STEP 3: The Provincial round sends the 1st place Boy and Girl from each of 3 divisions to the National Championship filling 6 spots on the team.
STEP 4: The National Round which will be held this year in Toronto, May 1 – 4th, 2015.

The Southern Ontario provincial qualifier (STEP 3) was held in Burlington February 21st  where 4 out of 6 spots were secured by local bowlers Ryan Locker (Senior Boy) of St. Thomas and from London, Mykaela Mitchell (Senior Girl), Cole Sitzes (Bantam Boy) and Sydney Fargnoli (Bantam Girl).  All are very proud 1st time team members with the exception of Mykaela who was a team member in 2010, 2012 and 2013.

London also grabbed up a Silver medal by Dawson Sears who was a previous Southern Ontario Team member in 2012 while St. Thomas scooped a Bronze medal by Brayden Vaughan who is a current 2015 member of the CTF Southern Ontario Team.

The additional 2 Southern Ontario team members are Junior Boy Joshua Bautista from Brampton and Junior Girl Sarah Klassen from St. Catharines.  This year’s coaches will be Fred Harris of London and Maureen Cooper.

London and St. Thomas will be well represented at this year’s 4 Steps to Stardom National Championships!  They have one more step to try and earn top spot at the National Level!

Results will be posted during the tournament on London & District Facebook Group!

We are so proud of you!  Bring home some medals!  LET’S GO S.O.!!


GOLD X 3 for our London Youth!

Three of our London and area youth 10 pin bowlers will represent Southern Ontario at CTF Nationals in Winnipeg, MB in May!  The Ivan Nelson Memorial Youth Championship is an annual tournament in Mississauga which attracts approximately 250 youth from all over Southern Ontario.  These youth all compete for 8 spots (4 girls and 4 boys) on the Southern Ontario Team along with $200 in scholarship.  This year London and district took 3 of those 8 spots which says a lot about the caliber of our youth 10 pin bowlers.  Rebekah Loker (left) and Mykaela Mitchell (middle) bowl out of Bowlerama Royale in London and Brayden Vaughan (right) bowls out of Heritage Lanes in St. Thomas.

3 times GOLD






Left to right…Rebekah Loker, Mykaela Mitchell, Brayden Vaughan


Ivan Nelson Memorial Youth Championship Tournament Director and Southern Ontario Coach, Chris Woolcock is quoted as saying “I start out with 250 smiling faces and end up with only 8!.”  This tournament is one of the most prestigious for our Southern Ontario youth bowlers and the pressure is on to fight for the only 8 spots.  Day 1 is comprised of 6 games total.  Day 1 was bowled on a medium sport pattern (Montreal). Each division qualifies only 8 to move on the Day 2.

After the 1st day London and District had the following bowlers qualify:

  • Bantam Boys – Cole Sitzes – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 1st overall with a total 1060 pins
  • Bantam Girls – Sydney Fargnoli – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 5th overall with a total 869 pins
  • Junior Boys – Brayden Vaughan – Heritage Lanes qualifying 2nd with 1114 pins
  • Junior Boys – Dylan Scott – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 8th with 1030 pins
  • Junior Girls – Rebekah Loker – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 2nd with 1067 pins
  • Intermediate Girls – Mykaela Mitchell – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 6th with 1023 pins
  • Senior Girls – Ashley Quenneville – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 5th with 1071 pins
  • Senior Girls – Victoria Molto – Bowlerama Royale qualifying 7th with 1024 pins

The goal the first day is to make top 8 and move on to the next day.  From there the competition starts all over and the bowlers bowl each of the other 7 bowlers in their division once.  A win will get them 2 points and based on how they score in their division per game they will get 8 points (for high score) and 1 point (for low score (possible 10 points per match).  The lane condition was a short sport pattern (Los Angeles).

We are so very proud of all of our London and District bowlers.  After a very tense and exciting final day we ended up with 3 of 8 Southern Ontario teammates from London and St. Thomas, Rebekah, Mykaela and Brayden:

2015 Southern Ontario Team

Seniors, Kenny Ho, Toronto & Miranda Panas, St. Catharines

Intermediates, Riley Pellerito, Windsor & Mykaela Mitchell, London

Juniors, Brayden Vaughan, St. Thomas & Rebekah Loker, Woodstock

Bantams, Wyatt Scott, Burlington & Sierra Baltzer, Windsor.

Coaches are Gus Badali & Chris Woolcock

Team Manager,  Laurie Gatto.

cole bronze

Cole Sitzes Bronze Medalist Bantam Division

As well, London and District boasts a silver medal in Senior Girls, Victoria Molto (Bowlerama Royale) and a bronze medal in Bantam Boys, Cole Sitzes, (Bowlerama Royale).

Victoria Molto

Victoria Molto Silver Medalist Senior Division



This is Brayden’s first National Competition as a Bantam Boy.  Rebekah has experience competing at the National level as the Bantam Girl member of the Southern Ontario team at YBC Nationals in 2012.  Mykaela has bowled for Youth Team Canada in 2013 winning an International bronze medal in trios in Puerto Rico, she is on the 2015 Canadian Youth Team, was the 2012 and 2010 National CTF Junior and Bantam Girl Champion for CTF as well as the 2012 YBC National Junior Girl Champion.

Great bowling to all of our competitors!

LET’S GO S.O.!!!