Maria Bulanova Joins Team Storm

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Storm Products is proud to announce that one of the most decorated bowlers in NCAA history, Maria Bulanova has joined Team Storm.

“I’m extremely grateful for Gary and Leanne Hulsenberg for giving me the opportunity to join Team Storm!” Bulanova said. “The shape of every ball is unique and fits my game perfectly, so I couldn’t be happier to join the team.”

Bulanova started bowling at a youth camp at the age of 7 and quickly discovered a natural aptitude for the sport. She rose to one of top players of the Federation of Bowling of Russia (FBR). She became first Russian in history and youngest to win a European Bowling Tour (EBT) title. She earned several medals as a member of the Russian Junior National Team before choosing to attend Vanderbilt University to compete as a collegiate athlete. At Vanderbilt, she was a three-time first-team All-American, two-time Southland Bowling League Player of the Year, 2019 NCAA Player of the Year and was named Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame female amateur athlete of year. She also helped Vanderbilt win a national championship in 2018.

“We are thrilled to add an up and coming professional to our team,” Gary Hulsenberg, VP Business Development said. “Maria was an outstanding youth and collegiate player that is determined and ready to embark on the PWBA Tour when it returns in 2021. We know she will be a positive representative for our team.”

In addition to her success as a collegiate athlete she continued to represent Russia in international competitions. If fact, she has already been inducted into the FBR Hall of Fame. Bulanova, is looking forward to representing Team Storm and competing as a full-time member on the PWBA Tour.

“I can’t wait to represent Storm on PWBA tour and am extremely honored to have some of the best in the business as my new teammates and my new family. Thank you to Storm Nation for believing in me, I’ll do my best to make you proud!” Bulanova said.

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm, Roto Grip and Global 900 Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.


Storm Products Introduces Evolution Staff Program

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Storm Products is excited to introduce the Evolution Staff Program reserved for a small number of exceptional youth players who represent the future of the sport.

“This program is the next evolution in our brand's purpose to grow the sport of bowling,” Gary Hulsenberg, VP of Business Development said. “This program is designed to connect the top athletes with our team as they work towards their goals to compete professionally in the sport one day in the future. In addition, they have the ability to communicate the positive impact bowling has had on their lives and introduce the sport to those who might not be aware of the opportunities.”

Those chosen to participate in the program have exceptional grades, are involved in community service initiatives, and successfully compete in local, state and national youth events. The first two athletes who have been named to the Storm Evolution Staff Program are Spencer Robarge and Jillian Martin.

“Spencer and Jillian are two of the best youth athletes in the sport of bowling right now,” Hulsenberg said. “Beyond their dedication on the lanes they are committed to their academics and are respected by their peers.”

Jillian Martin of Stow, Ohio attends Stow-Munroe Falls High School and will be the first female athlete to join the Evolution Staff Program. At age 14, Martin decided to move up and compete in the U20 age division at the most prominent youth bowling stage, the 2019 Junior Gold Championships. She led qualifying and is the youngest female to make Junior Team USA. She tied for ninth at the event.

“Honestly, joining Team Storm means everything. It’s everything I’ve ever worked for and I’m excited for the journey.” Martin said.

In addition to being a member of Junior Team USA, she has earned 2 Youth Open singles titles and one Youth Open All-Events titles. She was also named the Ohio High School State Athletic Association Girl’s Bowling Champion as a freshman. She has successfully competed in two PWBA events and has earned 7 Storm Youth Championship titles.

“I’m looking forward to being able to work together to grow the sport of bowling and to be on such a great team with so many great people,” Martin said. “The opportunity to be able to meet those people and develop those relationships means a lot.”

Jillian’s determination and passion for the sport is visible whenever you see her competing on the lanes, but her support system has been vital to her success on the lanes. The Evolution Staff Program will keep each athlete and their support system connected throughout the program as these athletes continue to step towards their future on the lanes. The Evolution Staff Program requires each athlete’s parent or legal guardian to be part of the process.

“Jillian has put in a lot of hard work trying to get to this point,” John Martin, Jillian’s father said. “She really loves the Storm family and it means a lot to her. It’s fun to see a 16-year-old be able to demonstrate the level of maturity that she needs to exhibit to be part of this program. She’s grown up very fast in the bowling community. It helps having the right support network behind her so she can continue to do what she’s doing.”

“When we look at the family that Storm is, we are so excited that that is the family that Jillian is becoming a part of,” Lori Martin, Jillian’s mother said. “The values and the morals and everything that you all do is a continuation of what we’ve tried to instill in her as she has grown up. We couldn’t be prouder for her to become part of your family.”

Spencer Robarge of Springfield, Missouri attends Kickapoo High School and will be the first male athlete to join the Evolution Staff Program. He is a member of Junior Team USA and has earned one gold medal and two silver medals while representing Team USA. Spencer has shattered records and currently holds the USBC Youth record for certified 300 games (36). In 2015, he earned the U12 Junior Gold Championship title, has earned two Youth Open titles, and two USA Bowling titles. He has also earned a record, ten Storm Youth Championship titles. He has been chosen as the MOUSBC Youth Bowler of the Year and has also been chosen as the MOUSBC Youth Male Volunteer of the Year. He serves on the Greater Springfield Youth and Missouri State Youth Board of Directors.

“This is years of hard work and dedication coming to fruition,” Robarge said. “I’m really excited to be part of an awesome team of bowlers and great people.” “I’m really looking forward to the interaction with the tour players and the tour reps. Learning about the game is what I want to do. That’s what I’m really going to benefit from.”

As Robarge has continued to excel on the lanes, his mother Susan and brother Blake have supported him through every step of his journey. Blake who competed at Wichita State University is also a member of Team Storm and has developed a successful pro shop business. Blake who has also helped Spencer develop his game throughout the years and continues to push him to succeed. The Robarge family recently celebrated Spencer’s commitment to also attend and bowl collegiately at Wichita State University in the 2021.

“This is honestly a dream come true,” Susan Robarge said. “I’m so happy for him and so proud of how hard he has worked. He just loves to bowl and continue to inspire others to join the sport. I think he will make you guys proud.”

“When we witnessed Robarge win his first title at the Junior Gold Championship, we knew this kid would be extraordinary.” Hulsenberg said. “You can teach youth athletes about the game and how to be a great professional, but integrity and leadership comes from within. We’ve witnessed both Spencer and Jillian encourage others and commit themselves completely to the sport of bowling. Both of these young athletes will be assets for the introduction of this program and will help us in peer-to-peer activities to continue to push bowling forward,”

Applications for the Evolution Staff Program are reviewed monthly. To truly service the youth athletes within the program we must limit the enrollment. Based on your application, you may receive an email with an opportunity to participate in our Developmental Evolution Program which is designed to help youth athletes gain the skills necessary to become an official member of the Evolution Staff Program.

To begin the application process click this link: http://bit.ly/EvolutionStaff

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm, Roto Grip and Global 900 Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.

 

 


20 Years and Counting | Storm Staff Feature

At Storm Products Inc. we believe in our people. Those who become Staff Members on Team Storm share our vision and values. They share our love for the sport of bowling on and off the lanes, continue to inspire existing bowlers, and help to develop new bowlers. We're honored to recognize seven of our Team Storm members who have been loyal to our brand for 20 years or more.

BRIAN HIMMLER – One of the first Storm PBA staffers is PBA Champion, Brian Himmler.  Brian, nicknamed Chief, joined the Storm staff in 1996 and went on to win 4 PBA National titles as well as 7 PBA Regional titles in his 24-year career.  He resides in Cincinnati, Ohio and owns and operates Brian Himmler’s Pro Shop inside Cherry Grove Lanes. Brian is a Silver Level USBC Certified Coach.

“It is truly a privilege to be a Storm staffer for 25 years, Brian said. The growth of Storm in the world's bowling marketplace is unbelievable. The best part about our company is the people. It is definitely 'The Bowler's Company.' Thanks to Bill and Barbara for keeping it that way.“

Brian’s Favorite Storm Ball - !Q Tour

JEFF RICHGELS – The Storm staff covers all levels of bowlers and one of the most accomplished PBA Regional players is Jeff Richgels from Oregon, Wisconsin. Jeff has been a member of the Storm staff since 1996 and has won titles in numerous bowling events all over the world.  He has 30 PBA Regional titles, 5 USBC Eagles, 2 Gold Medals for Team USA, and more than 100 titles in state and local tournaments. Jeff is a member of the USBC Hall of Fame (2011), the Wisconsin State Hall of Fame (2013) and the Madison Bowling Association Hall of Fame (2008).

When asked how he feels about Storm, Jeff replied, “When I think of my quarter century with Storm, the word that comes to mind is family. It has never felt like a business relationship to me. The Storm people are almost all bowlers, and I knew many of them from competing alongside them prior to my joining Storm, and in some cases prior to Storm even existing. I’ve always felt totally at ease communicating with the folks at Storm because of those relationships and because I know they knew what it was like to be a competitor. And I always felt like Storm was as interested in my success as I was, and knew I was interested in doing whatever I could to help the company grow and succeed. That extends to how Storm has understood that I am not just a bowler and have a non-bowling job that keeps me from having the freedom to do some things for Storm that I wish I could. I’m looking forward to being able to do more of those things in retirement in a few years!”

Jeff’s Favorite Storm Balls – Sentimental 1st win ball, Firestorm.  All-time Favorite - !Q Tour Pearl

CAROL NORMAN - Storm has always been a big supporter of ladies professional bowling and the longest female Storm member is Carol “Stormin” Norman. Carol, who is originally from Ardmore, Oklahoma but now resides in Houston, Texas has been a member of Team Storm for 24 years. Carol competed on the ladies’ professional tour for 20 years from 1982 to 2002 and captured 6 PWBA titles including the 1987 Women’s US Open. She is a member of the Oklahoma State Hall of Fame and the USBC Hall of Fame.

After Carol stopped competing professionally, she started working for Storm as a ball driller at the National Bowling Stadium during the USBC Open Championships and is now certified as an IBPSIA Certified Advanced ball driller.

“Did you say 20 years? Wow!”, Carol said when brought to her attention about her long tenure with Storm.  “I did the math, approximately 276 balls have been made by Storm since I joined in 1997. Not to mention, Roto Grip, 900 Global and all the international balls. At that time, Bill and Barbara were the ball reps for Storm. Not kidding. It’s been an awesome ride watching the company grow while being a part of it has been such a huge part of my life. They have supported women’s bowling from the start and helped bowlers like me to spend their lives working in the sport.”

Carol’s Favorite Storm Ball – My favorite Storm ball? That’s a tough one. There were so many. The X-Factor was probably my favorite but the IQ Gold was right there with it. I must give honorable mention on a ball I used my 1st year with the company called the Forest Fire. Loved that ball!”

CRAIG HARRINGTON - Very few people can say they were there when it all started, and Storm staffer Craig Harrington is one of them.  Craig is from Eagle Mountain, Utah and was one of the first bowlers to throw the very first Storm reactive bowling ball, the Teal Storm HSP.  Craig officially joined Team Storm in 2000 and has compiled numerous city and state titles including 2011 Peterson Classic, 1998 Mini Eliminator and is a member of the Utah State Hall of Fame.

When asked how he feels about Storm, he echoes a sentiment that we hear from many staffers.

“I cannot begin to express enough gratitude and love that I have for the staff, equipment, and experience that Storm has provided for me for the last 25 years,” Craig said.  “I have felt like one of the most blessed bowlers in the world! I truly believe that if it were not for Bill and Barbara Chrisman, as well as the Storm Staff, I would not have the titles and accolades that I have in bowling today. I consider it an extreme honor and privilege to represent Storm not only when I step foot into a bowling center, but in my everyday life as well. The experiences I have had with Team Storm have made a huge impact in my life; Storm is not just a company to me, it's family.”

Craig’s Favorite Storm Ball - The Teal Storm HSP. “This was the first line of reactive Storm balls Bill made. I had the privilege to be the first Utah bowler to throw this ball in the Utah State Bowling Tournament. Bill Chrisman was there to watch his masterpiece and future of new bowling balls. We had most of the house stopping to come watch this new ball hook beyond your wildest dreams. It was a joy to look back at the crowd around Bill who was smiling ear to ear.”

BRUCE HIMBERT - Another Hall of Famer with longevity on Team Storm is 26-year staffer, Bruce Himbert. Bruce lives in Metairie, Louisiana and was inducted into the Louisiana State Hall of Fame in 1992. He was a PBA member from 1985 to 2005 and was chosen to be on Team Storm by being ranked in the top 3 players in his region.  Bruce has numerous titles, 45 perfect games as well as 15 800 series with a high of 858.

One of the things that Bruce is most proud of is coaching the Brother Martin High School Bowling.  The team has made the final four 9 times with 4 championships (2015, 2016, 2018, 2019).

“Storm is the best Bowling Ball company on the market”, Bruce stated. “Calling it the Bowlers company is so true but one thing I must say is that everyone from Bill and Barbara at Storm, I consider not only friends but family. I feel like I was with them when Storm actually began and am honored to still be a part of this great company.”

Bruce’s Favorite Storm Ball – “This is a tough question! I haven’t thrown a Storm ball from the original Teal HSP to the last ball I’ve drilled before the pandemic, the Phaze III. If I have to answer one ball, it would be the X-Factor original that I shot 279-300-279 for 858. With 2 9 pins, that cost me possibly being perfect.”

PHIL PRIETO - When you think of nice guys in the sport of bowling, Phil Prieto is on the top of the list.  Phil hails from El Paso, Texas and has been with Team Storm for 24 years.  He has 7 PBA Regional titles and was chosen to be on staff from being the best in his region. In 1985, Phil was recognized by the ABC for high series in the nation with an 876 series (299, 288, 289). Compiling numerous titles and many achievements, he was inducted into the Texas State hall of Fame in 1996. His longevity in the sport continued with Phil being a member of Senior Team USA where he was a member of the Gold medal Team in 2009.

“I feel very privileged and honored to be a Storm staffer”, Phil said.  “They have fabulous products, supportive staff and great ownership.  I appreciate the staff and reps always willing to help.”

Phil’s Favorite Storm Ball – Virtual Gravity

KEVIN TABER - If there’s on characteristic that Storm looks for in bowlers, it’s loyalty and dedication to the sport. A true example of this is Kevin Taber from Toledo, Ohio.  Kevin has been on Team Storm for 27 years. In his most competitive years, Kevin was a star on the PBA Regional Tour winning 10 times including the National Resident Pro Championships in Hawaii in 1998. His team won the 1991 USBC Team All- Events titles at the Open Championships.

Kevin has numerous Toledo City titles (team, doubles, singles) and more than 50 other singles titles around the country. He owns 80 300 games (2 in the USBC Championships), 20 800 series and 9 PBA 300 games.

Kevin is the youngest person to be inducted into the Greater Toledo Bowling Hall of Fame and is also a member of the Toledo YABA and the Ohio State Bowling Hall of Fame.

Currently, Kevin is the Head Coach of the Bowling Green University Bowling team. He started the program 8 years ago with no funding.  The Club has won more than 30 tournaments on both the men’s and women’s teams with trips to the ITC’s in 2015.  In 2018, they won the Club National Women’s Championships in Smyrna, TN. The women’s team has been ranked as high as 14th and he brought the men’s team their 1st top 20 ranking last season.

“To be able to share my experiences with these kids through bowling and to teach them the sport that I loved the most and also to see them succeed not only in bowling but life in general, “ Kevin said when asked about his coaching experience.

“What a decision I made back in 1994-95 to sign with Storm”, said Kevin. “Storm was up and coming back then and look where we are now! The best bowling company in the world! What an honor to represent Storm. I cannot say and give enough thanks to Bill and Barb Chrisman for that they have done to create the best ball company in the world! Also, to all the employees who make this all happen and what they have done for me over all these years to make my job in representing a great company such as Storm so easy to do! Thank you to everyone!”

Kevin’s Favorite Storm Ball – Thunder Road Pearl

 

 

 


Storm Youth Championships Returns To The Beach

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah - The Storm Youth Championships (SYC) invited athletes and their families to returned to the Coastal Carolinas the first weekend of October. The event was held in two bowling centers, Little River Lanes in Little River, South Carolina and Planet Fun in Shallotte, North Carolina. These bowling centers have hosted this event four years consecutively and their support of the SYC ensures our event run efficiently from start to finish.

“The SYC Coastal Classic is a favorite event for our SYC families to attend,” Leanne Hulsenberg, Marketing Coordinator said. “We’re grateful that families choose to support the events and work together to give these talented youth athletes the opportunity to compete. Though the event looked a little different than it has in past years, the staff at the bowling centers helped us create a safe environment where new friends were made, scholarship was awarded, champions were named, and family memories were created.”

All SYC athletes competed in two rounds on two challenging lane conditions designed by KEGEL. Each round consisted of five games and the tournament is composed of five different divisions determined by gender and age (U18 Boys, U18 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, U12 Mixed Division). The top three bowlers in each round were presented a gold, silver, or bronze medal.

After both rounds were complete, each division was cut in half and those competitors who advanced returned to bowl five additional games on Sunday morning on a new pattern at Planet Fun.

After the third round of competition was complete, tournament champions in each division based on their total pinfall were awarded the SYC Trophy, a new champions banner, and a gold medal. In addition, the SYC awarded $16,725.00 scholarship fund to the youth bowlers.

In the U12 division, Matteo Quintero, of Smyrna, TN, a member of the 2020 Storm Youth All-American Team, earned his third in a row title on the lanes at the Coastal Classic. Even through a mask, you can always see Matteo’s smile. Though Matteo suffered a muscle strain on Saturday, he battled through the injury to claim the title on Sunday. He added a gold and silver medal to his collection in addition to the coveted SYC trophy and banner.

In the U15 girl’s division, Kaitlyn Stull, of Raleigh, North Carolina, joined the elite club of SYC champions who in addition to claiming the title, earned a gold medal in every round. She averaged 206 to capture her second SYC title. In the U15 boy’s division, Rylan Breese, of Wilmington, North Carolina, made his return to the lanes near the end of the summer after taking a break from competition. Rylan has always been a fierce competitor on the lanes, but his mom shared with us that she encouraged him to set makeable goals for himself as he returned. Rylan demolished the goal for the weekend, averaging 209 for the event to capture his third title.

Jillian Martin, a member of the Storm Youth All-American Team, is a familiar name in the youth bowling arena and continues to achieve new milestones as she continues to learn on the lanes. Her love for the game is evident with every shot she throws. Jillian, of Stow, Ohio, averaged 219 finishing 316 pins ahead of second place to claim her sixth title. In the U18 boy’s division, a tight race came down to the final game of the tournament. Carter Street, of Dublin, Ohio, rolled a 246 in his final game of the third round to edge out Julian Salinas to capture his first SYC title.

In addition to the overall champions, the top three athletes in each division were presented a gold, silver, or bronze medal after each round.

Overall Medalists: U12 Mixed – Matteo Quintero (gold), Joseph De Guzman (silver), Ben Linares (bronze). U15 Boys– Rylan Breese (gold), Aidan Furukawa (silver), Bud Sicard (bronze). U15 Girls– Kaitlyn Stull (gold), Morgan Kline (silver), Haley Swindle (bronze). U18 Boys– Carter Street (gold), Julian Salinas (silver), James Bennett (bronze). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Brianna Rogers (silver), Juliana Sams (bronze).

The Medalists on the KEGEL Planet Fun: U12 Mixed – Matteo Quintero (gold), Joseph De Guzman (silver), Ben Linares (bronze). U15 Boys– Aidan Furukawa (gold), Anthony Hornick (silver), Bud Sicard (bronze). U15 Girls– Kaitlyn Stull (gold), Haley Swindle (silver), Gianna Brandolino (bronze). U18 Boys– Brandon Bohn (gold), Julian Salinas (silver), Joshua Maslanich (bronze-tie) Spencer Robarge (bronze-tie). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Lilu Smith (silver), Brianna Rogers (bronze).

The Medalists on the KEGEL Little River: U12 Mixed – Ben Linares (gold), Matteo Quintero (silver), Joseph De Guzman (bronze). U15 Boys– Lucas Ellis (gold), Rylan Breese (silver), Aidan Furukawa (bronze). U15 Girls– Kaitlyn Stull (gold), Kayla Starr (silver), Morgan Kline (bronze). U18 Boys– James Bennett (gold), Gilbert King (silver), Julian Salinas (bronze). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Natalie Kent (silver), Brooklyn Gagnon (bronze).

The Medalists on FINAL: U12 Mixed – Jos Weems (gold), Cameron Morton (silver), Joseph De Guzman (bronze). U15 Boys– Rylan Breese (gold), Bud Sicard (silver), Micah Voorhis (bronze). U15 Girls– Kaitlyn Stull (gold), Haley Swindle (silver), Sydney Bohn (bronze). U18 Boys– Carter Street (gold), Blake Martin (silver), James Bennett (bronze). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Brianna Rogers (silver), Maribeth Baker (bronze).

Every athlete who entered the tournament received a Storm Omega Crux bowling ball.

Giving back is an important part of the SYC and athletes come together to raise funds all weekend long for Ballard vs. the Big “C” which supports continued research in cancer treatment, specifically in head, neck and throat cancer through the sport of bowling. BVBC also raises money for nutritional supplements and treatments for those going through the cancer journey. $10 of every entry will go directly to BVBC to continue to fight the war against cancer. SYC athletes raised $1,570 at the SYC Coastal Classic and have contributed $9,670 to BVBC in 2020.

The owners of Logo Infusion, Ken and Kathy Keegan joined us at the beach to provide apparel for the SYC. Logo Infusion is the official jersey partner of the SYC and creates customized jerseys to help commemorate each of our events. They have also created the Dan Keegan Scholarship for youth athletes to earn scholarship to use towards their education throughout the year. They awarded two scholarships to SYC athletes based on their sportsmanship throughout the weekend. Lilu Smith and Spiros Schenk were chosen as the recipients and will each receive a $250 scholarship.

We’re proud to partner with great companies to enhance the SYC experience at events including Storm, Roto Grip, Logo Infusion, Kegel, 3G Shoes, Ballard’s Bowling Academy and Bowlers Journal International. The event was livestreamed over the two days on the Storm Bowling Facebook Page and scores were uploaded live through the official scoring system of the Storm Youth Championships, BowlMetrix.

The final event of the 2020 SYC Tour will take place in Orlando on November 7-8. This event is sold-out with a waiting list. The 2021 SYC Tour Schedule will be announced in mid-November.

For final results of all rounds of competition and for more information on the SYC visit the Storm SYC page at www.stormbowling.com/SYC.

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm and Roto Grip Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.

 


Storm Collegiate Signs 11-Time National Champions Webber International University

Brigham City, UT: Storm Bowling Products today announced it has signed collegiate standout team Webber International University to represent Storm this collegiate season. Storm Bowling Products is excited to partner with Webber International to provide an opportunity to get the best bowling balls on the market into the hands of one of the best collegiate programs in the nation.

“Del Warren and Randy Stoughton are two of the most knowledgeable and respected coaches in our sport, and we are really excited to partner with Webber International,” says Steve Kloempken, Vice President of Marketing at Storm Bowling Products. “With their team of talented, young players and experienced assistance coaches, not to mention the cutting-edge resources at the Kegel Training Center, the sky’s the limit.”

“Everyone on the team is thrilled about all the possibilities of working with Storm and taking the Webber International Bowling Program to new levels of success,” says Del Warren, Vice President Kegel Training Center and Director of Bowling at Webber International University.

“Storm truly cares about the collegiate sector of bowling and we are so honored to have an amazing group of talented collegiate programs on our team this season,” says Diandra Asbaty, Storm Collegiate Manager.

The USBC collegiate season is set to start in January as it was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

About Storm Bowling Products: Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm, Roto Grip and Global Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.

About Webber International: Webber International University is a private, not-for-profit, independent university offering degrees at the associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s levels in a wide range of programs. Established in 1927 as one of the first business schools for women in the nation, Webber now hosts men and women from over 48 different nations.


Storm Products Inc. Acquires Global Manufacturing

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Storm Products Inc. has acquired the assets of Global Manufacturing, LLC including all brands, trademarks and propriety technologies.

This acquisition includes the 900 Global and 3G brands.

“Prior to the worldwide pandemic, the team in Texas were dedicated, hardworking, and did an exceptional job managing the brands while building momentum at the start of the year,” Dave Symes, President of Storm Products said. “The brands remain viable and we plan to continue to build on that momentum while creating excellent products for fans of the brands in the world marketplace.”

Beginning in March, all bowling equipment manufacturing was moved from San Antonio, Texas to Brigham City, Utah. Effective immediately, the Global and 3G Brands will be added to the Storm Regional Sales Managers portfolio of brands.

“The team is looking forward to adding these two brands to our portfolio,” Hank Boomershine, Vice President of Sales and R&D said. “This continues to diversify our product lines from top to bottom. We look forward to showcasing these brands at our Matchmakers and upcoming events.”

Matt Cabanski will serve as the Brand Manager for 900 Global.

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm and Roto Grip Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.


Bowling Wins in Wichita

Six Youth Athletes Earn Titles at Storm Youth Championships in Wichita

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – The Storm Youth Championships (SYC) invited athletes and their families to travel to Wichita, Kansas to compete at Northrock Lanes and experience the tradition of excellence in this community. 147 youth bowlers competed in three five-game rounds on three different Kegel patterns in five divisions determined by gender and age (U18 Boys, U18 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, U12 Mixed Division) for a national title and a portion of the $13,325.00 scholarship fund. The overall champions are decided based on total pinfall.

In Wichita, four of the bowlers who were recently named to the Storm Youth All-American Team earned titles at the SYC event in Wichita and three bowlers claimed back-to-back SYC titles in their age divisions.

“Watching the families who choose to attend the SYC and adapt to precautions to ensure a safe playing field is inspirational as bowlers plan their return to bowling,” Gary Hulsenberg, Vice President of Business Development said. “Through their overwhelming support of the events we have been able to continue to create an environment where athletes can learn, raise funds for a worthy charity, and award national champions all while staying safe.”

In the U12 division, Matteo Quintero, a member of the 2020 Storm Youth All-American Team, always brings energy and enthusiasm to every SYC event he competes in and followed up his victory at the SYC- Indy with the title in Wichita. He averaged 195 for the event and earned two gold medals and a bronze on the individual patterns.

The U15 division featured two athletes who truly showcase kindness to their fellow competitors and work ethic. In the U15 girl’s division, Morgan Kline captured her first SYC title averaging 205 for the event. Kline competed in the first SYC event in Reno, Nevada in 2017 and has continued to demonstrate her determination to improve at each event she competes in. In Wichita, she earned gold medals on every pattern to claim the overall title. In the U15 boy’s division, Bud Sicard continued his dominance at the SYC in 2020. He has won the U15 boys title the three events that he has entered in 2020 and continues to improve in each time he steps on the lanes. He averaged 218 for the event and picked up one gold medal and a silver medal. Sicard was also named to the 2020 Storm Youth All-American Team.

Winning a single Storm Youth Championship title requires consistency, determination, and patience across the challenging patterns. Winning multiple titles in different bowling environments and patterns at the youth level shows incredible mental strength and strong fundamentals. The two athletes who claimed the titles in the U18 division have executed at the highest level consistently.  In the girl’s division, Jillian Martin averaged 219 finishing 316 pins ahead of second place to claim her sixth title. In the boy’s division, Spencer Robarge averaged 238.5 in Wichita finishing 202 pins ahead of the competition to claim his tenth title. Robarge continues to set records in the sport of bowling, and he has earned the most SYC titles of all of our SYC athletes over the years.  Both Martin and Robarge are members of the 2020 Storm Youth All-American Team.

In addition to the overall champions, the top three athletes in each division were presented a gold, silver, or bronze medal after each round.

Overall Medalists: U12 Mixed – Matteo Quintero (gold), Alex Crowley (silver), Ewan Oester (bronze). U15 Boys– Bud Sicard (gold), Anthony Hornick (silver), Henry Hind (bronze). U15 Girls– Morgan Kline (gold), Karina Capron (silver), Abigail Starkey and Kayla Star (bronze – tie). U18 Boys– Spencer Robarge (gold), Brandon Bohn (silver), Brandon Bonta (bronze). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Brianna Rogers (silver), Alyssa Ballard (bronze).

The Medalists on the NORTHROCK Short Pattern: U12 Mixed – Alex Crowley (gold), Ewan Oester (silver), Matteo Quintero (bronze). U15 Boys– Henry Hind (gold), Bud Sicard (silver), Blaine Canfield and Phoenix Montoya (bronze -tie) U15 Girls– Morgan Kline (gold), Kayla Starr (silver), Abigail Starkey (bronze). U18 Boys– Spencer Robarge (gold), James Bennett (silver), Eric Jones (bronze). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Brianna Rogers (silver), Kassidy Miller (bronze).

The Medalists on the NORTHROCK Medium Pattern: U12 Mixed – Matteo Quintero (gold), Alex Crowley (silver), Ewan Oester (bronze). U15 Boys– Brek Strobel (gold), Bud Sicard (silver), Blaine Canfield (bronze). U15 Girls– Morgan Kline (gold), Karina Capron (silver), Kayla Starr (bronze). U18 Boys– Spencer Robarge (gold), Brandon Bohn (silver), Brandon Bonta (bronze). U20 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Alyssa Ballard (silver), Kensley Morris (bronze).

The Medalists on the NORTHROCK Long Pattern: U12 Mixed – Matteo Quintero (gold), Bella Castillo (silver), Alex Crowely (bronze). U15 Boys– Bud Sicard (gold), Dmitri Richardson (silver), Anthony Hornick (bronze). U15 Girls– Morgan Kline (gold), Karina Capron(silver), Savannah Hsu (bronze). U18 Boys– Brandon Bonta (gold), Brandon Caruso (silver), Cole Macaluso (bronze). U18 Girls– Jillian Martin (gold), Dakota Lennen (silver), Danielle Henderson(silver) Alyssa Ballard (Bronze)

Every athlete who entered the tournament received a Storm Axiom bowling ball.

The DeSocio Family, General Manager, Brent Bowers, and the entire North Rock staff helped to create a safe and welcoming environment for all the participants and their families. Their support of the SYC ensures our event run efficiently from start to finish.

Giving back is an important part of the SYC and athletes come together to raise funds all weekend long for Ballard vs. the Big “C” which supports continued research in cancer treatment, specifically in head, neck and throat cancer through the sport of bowling. BVBC also raises money for nutritional supplements and treatments for those going through the cancer journey. $10 of every entry will go directly to BVBC to continue to fight the war against cancer. SYC athletes have contributed $8,100 to BVBC in 2020.

The owners of Logo Infusion, Ken and Kathy Keegan joined us in Wichita to provide apparel for the SYC. Logo Infusion is the official jersey partner of the SYC and creates customized jerseys to help commemorate each of our events. They have also created the Dan Keegan Scholarship for youth athletes to earn scholarship to use towards their education throughout the year. They awarded two scholarships to SYC athletes based on their sportsmanship throughout the weekend. The winners were Morgan Kline and Harley Shene.

Through seminars, the SYC is focused on providing education in addition to fun competition to the families who choose to spend the weekend at the SYC. Through this education, we like to encourage these young athletes to learn about opportunities for them to continue in the sport after their youth career is complete. The Storm Team hosted an educational seminar about building an arsenal and the SYC Families were also invited to join Newman University for a seminar and Q&A about college bowling in the afternoon. After practice, Wichita State University hosted a special signing for four of the SYC Athletes, Molly Marshall, Brooklyn Gagnon, Brandon Bonta and Spencer Robarge. In addition, WSU hosted small optional tours for registered SYC athletes to attend. After the Friday activities at WSU, several current WSU students joined the SYC staff to volunteer as scoring assistants for the weekend.

We’re proud to partner with great companies to enhance the SYC experience at events including Storm, Roto Grip, Logo Infusion, Kegel, 3G Shoes, Ballard’s Bowling Academy and Bowlers Journal International. The event was live-streamed over the two days on the Storm Bowling Facebook Page and scores were uploaded live through the official scoring system of the Storm Youth Championships, BowlMetrix.

Two events remain on the 2020 SYC Tour. The SYC will return to North Carolina and South Carolina for the Coastal Classic October 3-4. This event is sold-out with a waiting list. The final event of the 2020 SYC Tour will take place in Orlando on November 7-8. Entries open September 28 for this event.

For final results of all rounds of competition and for more information on the SYC visit the Storm SYC page at www.stormbowling.com/SYC.

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm and Roto Grip Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.

About Ballard vs. The Big “C” (BVBC)

BVBC was created out of love for PBA Hall-of-Famer, Del Ballard, Jr., who has survived his battle with tonsil cancer. Since forming, BVBC has raised over $200,000 to help raises funds for continued research in cancer treatment, specifically in head, neck, and throat cancer. For more information visit http://www.ballardvsthebigc.org.


Josie Barnes Joins Team Storm

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Storm Products is proud to announce that Josie Barnes has joined the Team Storm pro staff. Barnes, a 3-time Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA) champion, has earned medals around the world as a 13-time member of Team USA.

“I'm so grateful for Storm's faith in me,” Barnes said. “I have had the opportunity to be a part of an awesome company for nearly 15 years, but prior to that many of my youth accomplishments came with Storm equipment. It means that I have a support system that believes in me as much as I believe in them.”

Barnes was one of the top youth athletes in the United States before a successful collegiate career at Vanderbilt University and was chosen as the Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow in 2006.

“Anyone familiar with the sport of bowling in the last decade has heard the name Josie (Earnest) Barnes,” Gary Hulsenberg, Vice President of Business Development said. “Her dedication to the sport of bowling in every capacity is simply incredible. The way Josie interacts is completely in line with our company values. We’re excited for her to join Team Storm and continue to achieve her goals at the highest levels.”

Barnes started bowling when she was three years old. The bowling center quickly became her home away from home as her parents owned a 12-lane center in Vandalia, IL that they maintained for 25 years. As she grew, her parents encouraged her to dedicate herself to the sport with aspirations of competing at the collegiate level. Pretty quickly, Barnes’ competitive nature took over and she fell in love with the sport. Her family traveled 4-5 hours to compete in youth events regularly. Her dedication paid off as she collected youth titles locally, regionally and at the national level. She was chosen to represent the United States on Jr. Team USA in 2005 and spent five years in the program earning medals at youth events around the world.

“I'll never forget I threw the Core Power LRG for my first 300 game and the Crystal Pin win at the Greater Iowa Miller Time youth event,” Barnes said. “It's just one of the many fond memories I have from my youth successes with Storm equipment. It feels like everything is coming full circle.“

After her successful youth career, Barnes chose to compete collegiately at Vanderbilt University. In 2007, her team captured the NCAA National Championship and Barnes was selected as the Most Valuable Player. In her collegiate career, she was selected as a two-time NTCA Player of the Year and First Team All-American.

After her successful collegiate career, Barnes knew she always wanted to be part of the sport but was unsure in what capacity. At the time, women had few events to participate in throughout the year, but Barnes was determined to qualify for Team USA as an adult member. Barnes accepted an opportunity to begin coaching at Vanderbilt. Helping players dedicate themselves to the sport and help them improve gave her a new perspective. Her players provided her with the drive to continue to improve her own game and practice what she taught. In 2012, she earned a spot on Team USA for the first time as an adult member.

In 2015, the PWBA tour returned and she became a full-time touring member. She earned her first PWBA title at the PWBA Rochester Open (2016) and has added two additional titles at the PWBA East Harford Open (2018) and Nationwide PWBA Greater Cleveland Open (2019).

Beyond competing at the highest level, Barnes has continued coaching at the collegiate level and now serves as the Associate Head Coach of the program. In 2019, she gave birth to Lisa Ruth adding a new title to her accomplished resume – Mom.

Balancing her roles keeps her life exciting and she takes pride in being able to juggle her responsibilities effectively. Supporting young athletes and teaching them to work hard to achieve whatever they dream is something that brings her great joy. Win or lose, Barnes has always demonstrated great professionalism and shows optimism even in the darkest of moments.

Barnes has continued to work hard through the pandemic and exhibited great flexibility as things continue to evolve. She looks forward to the opportunity to compete on the PWBA Tour post-pandemic.

“I want to win!” Barnes said. “Whatever is out there I want to be competitive. I don't think that fire will ever go away.”

 

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm and Roto Grip Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.


Thomas Larsen Joins Team Storm

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – Storm Products is proud to announce that Thomas Larsen of Denmark has joined the Team Storm Pro Staff.

“I am super excited to join Team Storm. Weber, Duke, Belmo, Tim Mack and many others have made Hall of Fame careers with Storm, so I am extremely happy to be welcomed to the team,” Larsen said. “This feels like the start of the second part of my career and I think it is going to be great!”

Larsen began bowling competitively at age 9 and has collected numerous titles in world competition. Through hard work and determination, he found success in competitions and was chosen to be part of the Danish National Team in 2005. He earned the Youth Championship title in Belgium (2005) and Finland (2008).  He has picked up numerous titles at the European Championships and World Championships throughout the years and has been a member of the Danish National Team for 15 years. He has collected 2 WBT/PBA Titles and 5 EBT titles.

In addition to his success on the lanes, Larsen also earned a marketing degree from Tietgen Business College and shares his experience in knowledge to help promote and grow the sport.

“We are thrilled to welcome Thomas Larsen to the Storm Family,” Tim Mack, European Sales Manager for Storm Products said. “I believe he will be a great asset to us in his new role with FM pro shops.  Thomas’ resume is exceptional, and he is a great representative for the sport. He optimizes class in every way. I look forward to a long-standing partnership both on and off the lanes”

Larsen looks forward to returning to PBA competition when it returns.

“My goal is still to win a PBA National Title in the US on TV, just like the guys I watched when I was growing up,” Larsen said.

About Storm Products, Inc.

Storm Products Inc. continues to lead the bowling industry in innovation through our high-performance bowling equipment featuring the Storm and Roto Grip Brands. In addition to creating the highest quality of products that the top athletes choose for PBA and PWBA Tour competitions, Storm strives to continue to inspire existing bowlers, foster and develop new bowlers, and educate those in our industry to provide exemplary service to all bowlers.

 

 


Six Youth Athletes Earn Titles at The Storm Youth Championships in Indy

BRIGHAM CITY, Utah – While the Indy 500 started their qualifying rounds, athletes who traveled from 33 states arrived to showcase their talents at the Storm Youth Championships in Indianapolis. A total of 297 athletes were split between two 80-lane facilities for a two-day competition.

The youth athletes competed in four five-game rounds on four different Kegel patterns in six different divisions determined by gender and age (U18 Boys, U18 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, U12 Boys, U12 Girls Divisions) for a national title and a portion of the $24,160 scholarship fund.

The Royal Pin Entertainment Family and their wonderful staff at Expo Bowl and Western Bowl helped to create a welcoming environment for all the participants. At the end of the event, six smiling youth athletes collected SYC titles and 12 athletes were named to the 2020 Storm All-American Team.

“In a year when the world has embraced digital networks, we believe that bowling, the original social network, will continue to find ways to adapt, build new friendships and connect communities. We have been able to observe this at the Storm Youth Championships,” Gary Hulsenberg, Vice President of Business Development said. “Families choose to attend the SYC to allow their youth athletes to compete, learn, and come together to support a great charity in a safe environment.”

The U12 athletes bring energy to the lanes as they learn and grow. Sofia DeLuccia of Michigan earned the U12 girls title while Matteo Quintero of Tennessee captured the U12 boys title. Though these two players have competed in other SYC events, they stayed consistent earning a medal in each block to collect their first SYC titles in Indianapolis.

The U15 division at the SYC always features young talented players who strive to improve their skills and absorb as much information as they can while having some fun with their friends. Bud Sicard of Oregon dominated the U15 boy’s division leading the field by 329 pins to collect his second SYC title. Kayla Starr, of Maryland, rolled a 279 in her final block to capture her second SYC title in the U15 girl’s division.

With the start of the new youth bowling season, the new U18 division was showcased at the SYC – Indy. The players in this division continue to impress the staff with their commitment to their physical games while developing their mental games to combat challenging tournament conditions. In the U18 girl’s division, Annalise O’Bryant, of Georgia, commanded the field and led by 156 pins to earn her first SYC title. The U18 boy’s division, Spencer Robarge of Missouri had an impressive block on the Western Medium Kegel Pattern averaging 250 to propel himself to the top of the leaderboard. Robarge collected his ninth SYC title in 13 attempts.

The talent of the youth athletes at the Storm Youth Championships is always remarkable. The top two competitors in each division were named to the 2020 Storm All-American Team. Sofia DeLuccia, Aleiya Kerrigan, Matteo Quintero, Ewan Oester, Kayla Starr, Avery Domaguin, Bud, Sicard, Trevor Anifer, Annalise O'Bryant, Jillian Martin, Spencer Robarge, Brandon Bonta have been named to the 2020 Storm All-American Team.

L to R: Aleiya Kerrigan, Sofia DeLuccia, Ewan Oester, Matteo Quintero, Avery Domaguin, Kayla Starr, Trevor Anifer, Bud, Sicard, Jillian Martin, Annalise O'Bryant, Brandon Bonta, Spencer Robarge

Though a past SYC champion, Domaguin moved up a division into the U15 girl’s division, she was able to remain consistent throughout the event to earn a spot on the All-American Team in back-to-back years. Robarge was the other SYC athlete to return to the All-American Team and has represented the team for 4 years in succession. 5-time SYC Champion, Martin, who joins the All-American Team for her first time earned the silver overall medal without medaling on any other pattern showcasing her consistency across the challenging conditions.

In addition to the overall champions, the top three athletes in each division were presented a gold, silver, or bronze medal after each round.

Overall Medalists: U12 Boys – Matteo Quintero (gold), Ewan Oester, (Silver), Caston Dhuse (Bronze), U12 Girls – Sofia DeLuccia (Gold), Aleiya Kerrigan (Silver), Alyvia Matiasek (Bronze); U15 Boys – Bud Sicard (Gold), Trevor Anifer (Silver), Micah Voorhis (Bronze); U15 Girls - Kayla Starr (Gold), Avery Domaguin (Silver), Abby Starkey (Bronze); U18 Boys – Spencer Robarge (Gold), Brandon Bonta (Silver), Matthew Richards (Bronze); U18 Girls – Annalise O’Bryant (Gold), Jillian Martin (Silver), Alyssa Ballard (Bronze)

Kegel Expo Short Pattern: U12 Boys - Sebastian Vetter (gold), Caston Dhuse (silver), Matteo Quintero (Bronze); U12 Girls - Sofia DeLuccia (Gold), Aleiya Kerrigan (Silver), Alyvia Matiasek (Bronze); U15 Boys – Bud Sicard (Gold), Duke Knudsen (Silver), Luke Switalski (Bronze); U15 Girls - Kayla Starr (Gold), Abby Starkey (Silver), Avery Domaguin (Bronze); U18 Boys – Matthew Richards (Gold), Bobby Habetler (Silver), Edward Pietrasz (Bronze); U18 Girls - Brianna Rogers (Gold), Ranelle Ulanday (Silver), Annalise O’Bryant (Bronze)

Kegel Western Medium Pattern: U12 Boys - Matteo Quintero (Gold), Jos Luc Weems (Silver), Paxton Bauer (Bronze); U12 Girls - Sofia DeLuccia (Gold), Aleiya Kerrigan (Silver), Sadrianna Erb (Bronze); U15 Boys –Trevor Anifer (Gold), Bud Sicard (Silver), Anthony Hornick (Bronze); U15 Girls – Keira Magsam (Gold), Paige Matiasek (Silver), Kayla Starr (Bronze); U18 Boys – Spencer Robarge (Gold), Brandon Bonta (Silver), Alexander Horton (Bronze); U18 Girls – Annalise O’Bryant (Gold), Devon Thomas (Silver), Jenna Stretch (Bronze)

Expo Kegel Choice Pattern: U12 Boys - Ewan Oester (Gold), Matteo Quintero (Silver), Trey Durflinger (Bronze); U12 Girls - Sofia DeLuccia (Gold), Alyvia Matiasek (Silver), Sadrianna Erb (Bronze); U15 Boys –Braden McDonough (Gold), Bud Sicard (Silver), Henry Hind (Bronze); U15 Girls – Abbie Leiendecker (Gold), Deja Curry-Brown (Silver), Avery Domaguin (Bronze); U18 Boys – Silas Lira (Gold), Spencer Robarge (Silver), Ethan Gomez (Bronze); U18 Girls - Alyssa Ballard (Gold), Maribeth Baker (Silver), Jenna Stretch (Bronze)

Kegel Western Long Pattern: U12 Boys - Caston Dhuse (Gold), Matteo Quintero (Silver), Brady Jaecks (Bronze);  U12 Girls - Sofia DeLuccia (Gold), Aleiya Kerrigan (Silver), Sadrianna Erb (Bronze); U15 Boys –Bud Sicard (Gold), Sebastian Huffman (Silver), Landin Jordan (Bronze); U15 Girls - Abby Starkey (Gold), Kayla Starr (Silver), Avery Domaguin (Bronze); U18 Boys – Brandon Caruso (Gold), Ethan Gomez (Silver), Wesley Boyd (Bronze); Annalise O’Bryant (Gold), Juliana Kerrigan (Silver), Amani Moore (Bronze)

SYC Athlete, Brianna Rogers rolled a 300 game on the KEGEL Medium Pattern.

Every athlete who entered the tournament received a Storm Gravity Evolve bowling ball.

Giving back is an important part of the SYC and athletes come together to raise funds all weekend long for Ballard vs. the Big “C” which supports continued research in cancer treatment, specifically in head, neck and throat cancer through the sport of bowling. BVBC also raises money for nutritional supplements and treatments for those going through the cancer journey. $10 of every entry will go directly to BVBC to continue to fight the war against cancer.

The owners of Logo Infusion, Ken and Kathy Keegan joined us in Indy to provide apparel for the SYC. Logo Infusion is the official jersey partner of the SYC and creates customized jerseys to help commemorate each of our events. They have also created the Dan Keegan Scholarship for youth athletes to earn scholarship to use towards their education throughout the year. They awarded four scholarships to SYC athletes based on their sportsmanship throughout the weekend. The winners were Chole Day, Brianna Rogers, Henry Hind and Braden McDonough.

This tournament would not be possible without the generous donation from all of our sponsors, Storm, Roto Grip, Logo Infusion, Kegel, 3G Shoes, Bowlers Journal International. The event was livestreamed over the two days on the Storm Bowling Facebook Page and scores were uploaded live through the official scoring system of the Storm Youth Championships, BowlMetrix.

Three events remain on the 2020 SYC Tour. The SYC will return to Northrock Lanes for the SYC – Wichita event on September 12-13. This event is sold-out with a waiting list. Fans can watch from their home on the Storm Bowling Facebook Page. Entries open for the SYC – Costal Classic event, which will occur October 3-4 on August 31. The final event of the 2020 SYC Tour will take place in Orlando on November 7-8.

For final results of all rounds of competition and for more information on the SYC visit the Storm SYC page at www.stormbowling.com/SYC.