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U.S. High School Bowling Foundation

2019
.U.S. High School Bowling
. National Championship
TM

. June 22-24, 2019- ---- Indianapolis, Indiana

.. TEAM Entry..... SINGLES Entry..... Insurance Waiver form

 
 
 

The U.S. High School Bowling Foundation will be hosting the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM in Indianapolis, Indiana on June 22-24, 2019.. This will be the fourth national championship post-season event showcasing the best boys and girls high school bowlers from across the country... and to promote the importance and growth of high school bowling across the United States!

The 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM is a three-day competition featuring both "Singles" and "Team" events in both Boys and Girls divisions.. Day 1, all high school teams will be competing in the "Team" event in their respective divisions... Day 2 and 3, all bowlers will be competing in the "Singles" event, also in their respective divisions.. This competition is a USBC Certified tournament.. See below for more details.

The format of "Team" event and "Singles" event will each consist of a qualifying round, leading into the "Survivor" elimination rounds.. The "Survivor" elimination format was specifically designed to provide maximum opportunity for more bowlers to advance further during each day's competition.

The USHSBF congratulates all of the bowlers who will be representing their respective States and High Schools during the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM.

   
National Champions in 4 Divisions
Girls "Singles" & Boys "Singles".....
..... Girls "Team" & Boys "Team" (shown)
Winners will each earn national championship RINGS!...Any bowler winning both the "Singles" and "Team" events, will receive a their Team ring along with specially designed Singles ring showcasing the achievment of winning both championships in a single year!
   
<---- Tier 1 Entries ONLY --->    

- Tier 1 -

Nov. 1, 2018 to Feb. 28, 2019

ENTRY OPEN

"Top 5" Finishers

2018/19 BOYS & GIRLS
State Team & Singles
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Place

PLUS...

Teams & Individuals setting
NEW State
and/or
National Records

(see Eligibility #2)

- Tier 2 -

March 1 to March 30, 2019

NOT OPEN YET

"Top 10" Finishers

20118/19 BOYS & GIRLS
State Team & Singles
1st thru 10th Place

PLUS...

Teams & Individuals setting
NEW State
and/or
National Records

(see Eligibility #2)

- Tier 3 -

After April 1, 2019

NOT OPEN YET

ALL State Finalists eligible!

ALL bowlers that participated in their high school STATE Finals during the 2018/19 season are eligible to enter
after April 1st including:

ALL State Finalist TEAMS!
ALL State Finalist SINGLES!

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Entries close JUNE 1st

     

ELIGIBILITY #1:..Must have qualified in the most recent high school bowling State Championship, State Finals, etc. or its equivalent.. All State high school bowling programs are eligible to compete in the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM.. School teams must be made up only those who were listed on the submitted school team roster submitted to their respective State high school bowling tournament organization. .This INCLUDES graduating/graduated Seniors, as they were a part of this current 2018/19 State Championships, Finals, etc. .See tiered entry timeline below for availability.

ELIGIBILITY #2:..Any team or individual bowler that set a new State or National RECORD during the current season automatically earns eligibility to enter anytime into the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM tournament, regardless of whether they do or do not qualify for their most recent State Championship, State Finals, etc. or its equivalent.

ELIGIBILITY #3:..WILD CARD Entries (TIER 3 only)

TEAMS - The two (2) highest ranked teams that did not qualify for their respective State Finals are eligible to enter the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM tournament. .Maximum of two (2) boys and girls TEAM Wild Card entries per State.
SINGLES - The two (2) highest ranked individuals that did not qualify for their respective State Finals are eligible to enter the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM tournament. .Maximum of two (2) boys and girls SINGLES Wild Card entries per State.

"RANKING" is determined by each State. If no State ranking is avaible, then the highest non-State qualifying teams and individuals from last event prior to the State Finals. Wild Cards entries are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

WILD CARD entries must provide their final standings in their respective Regional, Sectional, District, etc. that immediately preceed their State Finals in order to be Wild Card eligible.

*DISQUALIFICATION:. ANY Singles entry and/or school Team found to have one or more bowlers competing in the 2019 U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM that was not eligible participate with that school in their most recent high school bowling State Championship, Finals, etc., OR is an approved WILD CARD entry, will be DISQUALIFIED from the competition and will forfeit their entry fee, standing in the tournament, and any prizes they may have received.

 
2019
U.S. High School Bowling National Championship
TM
- TOURNAMENT INFORMATION -

DATES:....... June 22-24, 2019.................

. COST:...... Team Entry $350.00 (includes 5 paid Singles entries)
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Singles Entry $70.00 (individuals not entering with a team)

VENUE:...... Expo Bowl
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5261 Elmwood Avenue
............ ........... Indianapolis, Indiana 46203
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(317) 787-3448

............ ...................... OIL PATTERN: . Modified House Shot
............ ...................... LANE SURFACE:.. Synthetic
............ ...................... APPROACHES: . Synthetic

HOST:......... U.S. High School Bowling Foundation
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6687 NW 110 Way
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Parkland, Florida 33076

CONTACT:... Michael Nyitray, Tournament Director
.......................... (954) 816-1394 --- worldmike@aol.com

2019 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (estimated / subject to change)

Saturday, 6/22 - Girls Team Qualifying::: 8 a.m. (check-in begins at 7 a.m.)
Saturday, 6/22 - Boys Team Qualifying::: 1:30 p.m. (check-in begins at 12:30 p.m)
Saturday, 6/22 - BOTH Boys & Girls Teams Survivor Round 1::: 6:30 p.m. (check-in begins at 6 p.m.)
.................................. Team Championships will conclude approx. 10 p.m.
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..Sunday, 6/23 - Boys SINGLES (from teams) Qualifying::: 9 a.m. (check-in begins at 8 a.m.)
..Sunday, 6/23 - Dual Girls & Boys Singles (singles only) Qualifying::: 2 p.m. (check-in begins at 1 p.m.)
..Sunday, 6/23 - BOTH Boys & Girls SINGLES Survivor Round 1::: 7 p.m. (check-in begins at 6:30 p.m.)
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-Monday, 6/24 - BOTH Boys & Girls SINGLES Survivor Round 2::: 9 a.m. (check-in begins at 8 a.m.)
.................................. Singles Championships will conclude approx. 4 p.m

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U.S. High School Bowling Foundation's policy regarding All-Star and Postseason contests

  • All future U.S. High School Bowling National Championship competitions will only be scheduled during the summertime; between the calendar dates of June 1st and July 31st, so to not interfere with class time during the regular academic season.
  • Consistence with the principle of a culminating event, the U.S. High School Bowling Foundation will only schedule one (1) U.S. High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM per year/season.
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The NFHS can neither grant nor refuse permission for any high school to attend any event. That function is not within the organizationís jurisdiction. Inquiries regarding permissibility should be directed to the schools themselves, and to their respective state high school associations.

Michael Nyitray, President of the USHSBF, is also a USBC Gold Certified Coach... view his website at: www.worldmike.com