ARLINGTON, Texas – The winners in each of the four age-based divisions at the 2022 Youth Open Championships have been determined by the International Bowling Campus Youth Development team.

The 2022 Youth Open Championships, a non-qualifying tournament open to all United States Bowling Congress Youth members, was contested at Spectrum Entertainment Complex in Wyoming, Michigan, and held July 13-31.

Bowlers in the 18-and-under, 15-and-under, 12-and-under and 10-and-under divisions earned more than $82,000 in scholarship prizes at this year’s tournament and won national titles in four-player team, doubles, singles and all-events.

Each discipline featured a scratch and optional handicap division, with 766 bowlers and 162 teams participating in the 2022 edition.

Breaking down the numbers from Spectrum Entertainment Complex, the 2022 tournament was highlighted by a group of young athletes finding success in several events, with 23 players claiming multiple titles. From that group of champions, four recorded victories in three events.

The bowlers claiming three titles were Mackenzie Keane of East Brunswick, New Jersey (U18 Girls Scratch Doubles, U18 Girls Scratch Singles and U18 Girls Scratch All-Events), Courtney Delaney of Rockford, Michigan (U18 Girls Handicap Doubles, U18 Girls Handicap Singles and U18 Girls Handicap All-Events), Jacob Porter of Gainesville, Florida (U18 Team Handicap, U15 Boys Handicap All-Events and U15 Boys Handicap Singles) and Alyssa Randisi of the Brooklyn borough of New York City (U10 Team Handicap, U10 Girls Handicap All-Events and U10 Handicap Doubles).

Additionally, four bowlers managed to keep Youth Open Championships winning streaks intact by claiming victories this year in Michigan.

Katelyn Abigania (U15 Girls Scratch All-Events – 1,912) and Elias O’Hollaren (U15 Scratch Team), both of San Diego, won Youth Open Championships titles for the third year in a row while Sebastian Huffman of Las Vegas and Donaven Kline of Jackson, New Jersey, went one better by finding the winner’s circle at the event for the fourth consecutive time.

Huffman kept his streak alive by teaming up with O’Hollaren, Keegan Alexander of Killeen, Texas, and Aidan Furukawa of Sunbury, Ohio, to help I’m an NFT get to the top of the U15 Scratch Team standings with 2,637.

Alexander and Furukawa also went on to win the U15 Scratch Doubles title with 1,365.

Kline captured two victories to keep his Youth Open Championships run going. He partnered with Dawson Kohl of Dyersville, Iowa, to win U12 Scratch Doubles (1,401), and that helped propel him to the U12 Scratch All-Events crown as well (2,023).

The highest all-events set authored at this year’s tournament came in the U18 boys division where Jordan Malott of Austin, Texas, finished with a nine-game total of 2,117, which was good for a 235.22 average.

Malott took home a team title as well, joining Brandon Bohn of Jackson, New Jersey, James Bennett of Huntingtown, Maryland, and Alexander Horton of Douglassville, Pennsylvania, to push Purple Slammer to the top of the U18 Scratch Team standings with 2,701.

Keane wasn’t far behind en route to capturing the U18 Girls Scratch All-Events crown. She put up 2,107 (a 234.11 average) thanks to sets of 572, 782 and 753.

Daniel Hong of Fullerton, California, and Luke Switalski of Oak Forest, Illinois, etched their names in the Youth Open Championships record book by authoring perfect games at this year’s event.

The perfect game wasn’t the only highlight for Hong, who partnered with Nihal Mareedu of Union City, California, to win the U18 Handicap Doubles title with 1,477.

Switalski didn’t capture a title at this year’s Youth Open Championships as a fourth-place finish in U15 Boys Scratch All-Events (2,033) was his top finish; nonetheless, he made this year’s tournament experience memorable by notching not one but two 300 games. awards a $100 scholarship to any competitor who rolls a 300 game or 800 series during the Youth Open Championships.

The 2023 Youth Open Championships will take place July 12-14, 21-23 and 29-30 in the Indianapolis area.

For more information on the Youth Open Championships, visit

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July 13-31

At Spectrum Entertainment Complex

Wyoming, Michigan

 – Purple Slammer (Brandon Bohn, Jackson, N.J.; Jordan Malott, Austin, Texas; James Bennett, Huntingtown, Md.; Alexander Horton, Douglassville, Pa.), 2,701

Handicap – Team Florida (Jacob Porter, Gainesville, Fla.; Olivia Rabbat, Palm Coast, Fla.; Joshua Munoz, Miami; Ariel Sistos, Winter Haven, Fla.), 2,948

 – Kyle Drazil, Northfield, Ohio; Kyle Dunne, Hinckley, Ohio, 1,457

Handicap – Daniel Hong, Fullerton, Calif.; Nihal Mareedu, Union City, Calif., 1,477

Girls Scratch – Mackenzie Keane, East Brunswick, N.J.; Lauren Haynes, Lanoka Harbor, N.J., 1,348

Girls Handicap – Leigha Delaney, Rockford, Mich.; Courtney Delaney, Rockford, Mich., 1,464

Boys Scratch
 – Andrew Kearney, Austin, Texas, 733

Boys Handicap – Evan Posey, Belleview, Fla., 769

Girls Scratch – Mackenzie Keane, East Brunswick, N.J., 753

Girls Handicap – Courtney Delaney, Rockford, Mich., 800


Boys Scratch – Jordan Malott, Austin, Texas, 2,117

Boys Handicap – Lucas Koch, Plant City, Fla., 2,218

Girls Scratch – Mackenzie Keane, East Brunswick, N.J., 2,107

Girls Handicap – Courtney Delaney, Rockford, Mich., 2,429

 – I’m an NFT (Keegan Alexander, Killeen, Texas; Aidan Furukawa, Sunbury, Ohio; Sebastian Huffman, Las Vegas; Elias O’Hollaren, San Diego) 2,637

Handicap – Bama Prattville (Ryan Best, Deatsville, Ala.; Maggie Ragland, Montgomery, Ala.; Seth Wilson, Elmore, Ala.; Dylan Ragland, Montgomery, Ala.) 3,000

 – Keegan Alexander, Killeen, Texas; Aidan Furukawa, Sunbury, Ohio, 1,365

Handicap – Seth Wilson, Elmore, Ala.; Dylan Ragland, Montgomery, Ala., 1,536

Girls Scratch – Gianna Brandolino; Joliet, Ill.; Abigail Starkey, Schaumburg, Ill., 1,251

Girls Handicap – Malia Briggs, Chambersburg, Pa.; Carly Wireman, Yorktown, Va., 1,464

Boys Scratch
 – Dylan Harnden, Shelby Township, Mich., 750

Boys Handicap – Jacob Porter, Gainesville, Fla., 904

Girls Scratch – Haley Swindle, Newnan, Ga., 740

Girls Handicap – Haley Swindle, Newnan, Ga., 851


Boys Scratch – Pedro Diaz Gonzalez, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, 2,052

Boys Handicap – Jacob Porter, Gainesville, Fla., 2,438

Girls Scratch – Katelyn Abigania, San Diego, 1,912

Girls Handicap – Alyssa Torres, Munster, Ind., 2,292

 – The Future 4 (Benjamin Linares, Cary, N.C.; Ezra Bentkowski, Aiea, Hawaii; Sebastian Vetter, Oak Lawn, Ill.; Do Hoon Kwon, Vancouver, Wash.) 2,468

Handicap – The Future 4 (Benjamin Linares, Cary, N.C.; Ezra Bentkowski, Aiea, Hawaii; Sebastian Vetter, Oak Lawn, Ill.; Do Hoon Kwon, Vancouver, Wash.) 2,825

 – Donaven Kline, Jackson, N.J.; Dawson Kohl, Dyersville, Iowa, 1,401

Handicap – Alexander Eby, Constantine, Mich.; Jack Boylan, Three Rivers, Mich., 1,456

Girls Scratch – Alyssa Bechtol, Erlanger, Ky.; Tiffany McCarthy, Rochester, N.Y., 1,136

Girls Handicap – Jayne Juhasz, Ormond Beach, Fla.; Katie Waters, Orange Park, Fla., 1,292

Boys Scratch
 – Ridgely Potter Jr., Clearwater, Fla., 702

Boys Handicap – Jon Verde III, Las Vegas, 801

Girls Scratch – Tiffany McCarthy, Rochester, N.Y., 598

Girls Handicap – Addison Johnson, River Falls, Wis., 717


Boys Scratch – Donaven Kline, Jackson, N.J., 2,023

Boys Handicap – Jon Verde III, Las Vegas, 2,305

Girls Scratch – Anna Antony, Farmington, Conn., 1,721

Girls Handicap – Emma Dirksen, Lakeville, Minn., 2,036

 – Dem Midwest Boyz (Asa Wilson-Perry, Columbus, Ohio; Aaron Cabiness, Columbus, Ohio; Eason Taylor, Chicago; Caleb Boykin, Chicago) 2,075

Handicap – ABC N eastCoast Stars (Bryonna Camp, Brick, N.J.; Alyssa Randisi, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Nolan Randisi, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Christopher Sim, Queens Village, N.Y.) 3,023

 – Asa Wilson-Perry, Columbus, Ohio; Aaron Cabiness, Columbus, Ohio, 973

Handicap – Alyssa Randisi, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Nolan Randisi, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1,420

Girls Scratch – Taylor Morgan, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Ellie Kate Murray, Orlando, Fla., 829

Girls Handicap – Brynlee Kohl, Waterloo, Iowa; Jersey Asbaty, Chicago, 1,373

Boys Scratch
 – Treavor Thompson, Mabank, Texas, 551

Boys Handicap – Vincent Brandolino, Channahon, Ill., 743

Girls Scratch – Autumn Kelly, Dayton, Ohio, 480

Girls Handicap – Alivia Portillo, Bellevue, Mich., 693


Boys Scratch – Treavor Thompson, Mabank, Texas, 1,725

Boys Handicap – Christopher Sim, Queens Village, N.Y., 2,254

Girls Scratch – Alivia Portillo, Bellevue, Mich., 1,436

Girls Handicap – Alyssa Randisi, Brooklyn, N.Y., 2,241

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Brian grew up in New York before moving to Phoenix, AZ in 1991. He has been involved in writing for his own bowling publication called “Striking Spotlight.” He has been published in the Desert Bowler Newspaper, Windy City News Newspaper and the Bowlers Journal. Hirsch is a Youth Director in the Kenosha USBC and a former Director for the Metro Phoenix USBC. As a Level 1 and RVP USBC coach, he can be found coaching his wife Amber and their son Masen each Saturday morning. Hirsch currently has (6) 300’s and (4) 800’s and is a member of the International Gay Bowling Organization where he is a five-time IGBO Champion and a six-time Arizona State Grand Canyon State Games Medalist. The Hirsch’s moved to Wisconsin to be closer to family and assist the Freedom Farm for Vets. Hirsch’s home bowling center is Sheridan Lanes, located in Kenosha, WI.


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