champs Harley Sweigart & Avery Domaguin; Aislinn Lubag, YAel Salama, Megan Carpenter, Solomon Salama
Harley Sweigart and Avery Domaguin put on dominant performances to capture JBT titles in exciting Southern California Conference action at Cal Bowl in Lakewood.
So Cal points leader Solomon Salama began the scratch division stepladder finals with a 226-159 win over Marquan Rivers. Salama then defeated Kevin Banaag 215-197, and followed with a 205-178 over Zack Long to advance to the title match.
Top seed Harley Sweigart led early and then regained the number one spot in the final game, and maintained the momentum in the title match. This battle of the two most dominant players on Tour this year was all Harley, and the win was good for the 35th JBT title of his illustrious career.
Two-time JBT champ Aislinn Lubag began a climb up the handicap division stepladder with a 197-186 squeaker over Kaitlynn Martin. Aislinn then turned it up in a 245-206 win over Erik Hagen, and followed with a 222-210 decision over Solomon's sister Yael Salama to advance to the title game.
Domaguin took over the tournament lead from Martin in game six and never looked back. She saved her best for last, in fact, blasting a 236 game on a very difficult condition to beat Lubag 263-187, and earn the 4th title of her JBT career.
Megan Carpenter earned the second seed for the Priority Girls Scratch title match by one pin over Domaguin, and took advantage of that with a 194-173 win over Ashley Wilcox for that subdivision's title. The U17 event went to Salama (as it often does), this time with a win over Rivers.
Thanks as always to the team at Cal for a great job hosting our Tour. Want in on all the fun for all ages and averages? Just check out our schedule and come on down!
|Cal Bowl- final results and scholarship winners|
|43||Dewine Morre Jr|
|1||Banaag 259||K Martin 272|
|2||Sweigart 257||Domaguin 263|
|3||N Am-Khong 255||Y Salama 258|
|4||Rivers 247||Hagen 258|
|5||Sweigart 242||Schrider 256|
|4||K Martin -89|
|5||M Buhain -102|
|1||Rivers +63||K Martin +101|
|2||Sweigart +61||Wilcox +77|
|3||Salama +47||Domaguin +69|
|4||N Am-Khong -25|
|Total Awarded This Event: $1,752|