Queens & Masters and Prince & Princess Tournament:
Separate youth tournaments held in conjunction with the California USBC Youth State Championships. Format: Three games singles (QM scratch/PP handicap 159 average & under) moving pairs after each game.
Entrants must be entered and bowl in at least one event of the current California USBC Youth State Championships. CUSBC DRESS CODE RULE APPLIES. Champions in each event will be determined by the highest total pinfall. In case of a tie, co-champions will be declared and the scholarship award will be equally split. Additional scholarships and will be awarded based on a ratio of 1:10 entries, 100% returned.
Coaches Relief Tournament:
All Coaches, parents and adult youth bowling supporters are welcome to participate. Current USBC membership must be provided at time of check-in. Cards may be purchased on site. Format: Three games NO-TAP (handicap) on the same pair of lanes.
Participants may enter as many times as they wish but may place only once. Highest Male and Female will earn a scholarship award in their name to the youth program or local USBC association they are representing (first place only).
All entrants must be current CUSBC youth members prior to the date of tournament participation and must show their current USBC YOUTH MEMBERSHIP CARD at Check-in. NO CARDS WILL BE SOLD ON-SITE. Please arrive at least one hour prior for Check-in.
BOWLING ATTIRE: All bowlers must wear suitable attire. No alcohol, tobacco, sexual or profane advertisements will be allowed on any attire or equipment. All shirts must have finished/hemmed sleeves for all competition. Only pants, capris, skirts, skorts and long walking shorts are allowed.
NOT ALLOWED: Clothing torn, or ripped; fleece / lycra / spandex / legging type material, basketball / soccer shorts or warm-up suits; short-shorts; tank tops; halter-tops; “cut-offs”. No writing on or defacing of the bowling shirt or equipment. No head covering (hats, caps, or bandannas, etc.) or sunglasses once competition begins. No electronic devices allowed in the bowler’s area.
Tournament Management must approve any/all exceptions prior to competition.