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2008 California Pepsi Youth
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$70,000 Awarded to 2008 Pepsi Participants!


Natalie Jimenez & Preston Fukumizu receive their Champion's jackets

Results from State Finals

Girls Handicap | Boys Handicap | Girls Scratch | Boys Scratch
Stepladder Roll-Off Scholarship Payout


The 2008 California Pepsi Championships awarded $70,000 in scholarship to 250 youth bowlers. The District Finals held back in March had 4,079 participants competing in six divisions and was held at 8 different centers across the state: District #1 - Lariat Bowl, Red Bluff; District #2 - Double Decker Lanes; Rohnert Park; District #3 - Granada Bowl - Livermore; District #4 - Bellevue Bowl - Atwater; District #5 - AMF Southwest Lanes - Bakersfield; District #6 - Victor Bowl - Victorville; District #7 - Oak Tree Lanes - Diamond Bar; and District #8 - Yorba Linda Bowl, Yorba Linda. 1,477 bowlers participated in the 11-under division and we awarded 187 bowlers with scholarships. The remaining 2,602 12-up division bowlers competed to qualify to the next level, the State Finals that were held May 3-4 at Fountain Bowl in Fountain Valley. The first place finishers from the 12-up divisions were presented with a commemorative California USBC Association (CUSBC) watch and certificate at the State Finals. 479 bowlers traveled across the state to compete in a six game qualifying format on a sport shot condition. 16 bowlers qualified to the stepladder roll-off held immediately after the last squad of qualifying.  The roll-off (see our website for the roll-off results) determines scholarship placement as well as determining the 8 National Finalists that will represent our state. California is allotted 8 berths: (2) Girls’ 12-up handicap, (4) Boys’ 12-up handicap, (1) Girls’ 12-up scratch and (1) Boys’ 12-up scratch, each receiving a travel stipend and will compete at the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships National Finals and the USBC Jr. Gold Championships (Scratch Division) in Detroit Michigan this July.  The eight National Finalists are: PRESTON FUKUMIZU, Yorba Linda Bowl (Boys Scratch); NATALIE JIMENEZ, Yorba Linda Bowl (Girls Scratch); GREGORY ROSENBERG, Santa Clarita Bowl; DEREK WARMAN, Bel Mateo Bowl; KYLE FRIEDRICH*, Valley Center Bowl; EDGAR GEE, Presidio Bowl (Boys Handicap); TIFFANY VALLEDARES, Bel Mateo Bowl; and KAYLA CLARK, Delta Bowl (Girls Handicap). *Alternate  

SPECIAL THANKS to, Elite Bowling ( and Pin Point Bowling Concepts from Montebello (located inside AMF Beverly Bowl).  They all donated items for our fundraising raffles at the district and state finals sites, helping us to raise more scholarship dollars.  Please visit them and help us to THANK them for their generous contributions and support!  We must thank the hosting centers for the District Finals. Their staff was outstanding and helpful to our District Directors that worked so hard in organizing the District Finals events. And we can’t forget our great youth coaches who got all the paperwork together for the largest scholarship event in California.  There may be changes with the Pepsi National Finals for next year. We will keep everyone posted with information on our website.  

California will be sending 8 bowlers to represent us for the National Pepsi Finals and the Jr. Gold Finals in Detroit, Michigan this July. Congratulations to: Preston Fukumizu (Boys Scratch), Natalie Jimenez (Girls Scratch),
Gregory Rosenberg, Derek Warman, Kyle Friedrich*, Edgar Gee (Boys Handicap), Tiffany Valledares and Kayla Clark (Girls Handicap)

*Next available alternate was contacted to attend the Finals.

 All first place finishers in each division at the District Finals received a
CUSBC commemorative watch and certificate for their outstanding achievement and performance.



Qualifying concludes at Pepsi Youth Championships
By Lucas Wiseman, 7/15/2008
USBC Communications,

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. - After eight games of qualifying Tuesday, 64 bowlers in four divisions from across the country are still in the hunt for national titles at the 2008 Pepsi United States Bowling Congress Youth Championships at Sunnybrook Lanes.

The Pepsi Youth Championships features nearly 200 bowlers from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Canada and U.S. military zones competing for tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships.

One of the highlights of qualifying competition came from Andy Wagner of Ada, Minn., who delighted the crowd with 11 strikes in a row to start the second game before finishing with 298, the highest he has ever bowled.

Wagner currently sits in second place in Division 1 boys with 1,771 (1,587 actual plus 184 handicap) and trails Adam Keith of Bloomingdale, Ill., who finished with 1,891 (1,819 plus 72).

"Everyone stopped bowling and I was pretty nervous," said Wagner, who finished third at last year's Pepsi Youth Championships. "I had a nice line sending it out to the second arrow, but on the last one I just threw it down the middle and left the 3 and 9 pins."

Katie Jones of Downers Grove, Ill., led the girls in Division 1 with 1,800 (1,576 plus 224) while Melissa Eipper of Exeter, Pa., was second with 1,792 (1,656 plus 136).

In Division 2, Rebecca Tanguay of Warwick, R.I., was in first for the girls with 1,880 (1,376 plus 504). Chelsea Hawthorne of Hiawassee, Ga., was second with 1,849 (1,257 plus 592). On the boys side, Derek Warman of Redwood Shores, Calif., shot 2,072 (1,424 plus 648) to lead the field. He was followed by Tristan Ruiz of Yonkers, N.Y., with 1,939 (1,555 plus 384).

The top 16 players in each division (64 overall) return Wednesday morning for the single-game, double-elimination match play finals. The top four players in each division will earn scholarships.

The scratch portion of the Pepsi Youth Championships was held concurrently with the USBC Junior Gold Championships last week and $15,000 in scholarships were handed out. Participants used their 18-game qualifying totals from the Junior Gold event toward the Pepsi Youth Championships.

Andy Soukup of Naperville, Ill., posted a total of 3,820 to win the boys division over Jay Foote of Westerville, Ohio, who had a 3,741 total. Brian McMahon of Saginaw, Mich., was third with 3,734 and Danny Khuu of Brockton, Mass., won the fourth Pepsi scholarship with a 3,677 total.

Kim Yioulos of Rochester, N.Y., led the female division with 3,726. Jennifer Boisselle of Valrico, Fla., was the runner-up with 3,632 followed by Natalie Jimenez of Rowland Heights, Calif., with 3,554 and Jodi-Ann Gum of Pearl City, Hawaii, with 3,466.

The top four finishers in each Pepsi Youth scratch division earned scholarships worth $3,000, $2,000, $1,500 and $1,000, respectively.


Congratulations to WILLIAM JUSTER (RIGHT) for shooting 300 at the Pepsi District #1 Finals held at Lariat Bowl!

Welcome to the 2008 California Pepsi USBC Youth Championships. The two league level qualifying windows are NOVEMBER 3-16, 2007 & JANUARY 12-25, 2008. Every youth bowler should be given their FREE chance to qualify.  Last year California awarded $70,000 in scholarships and only 62% of the centers in California participated.  Every center can make a tremendous difference and YOUR youths deserve a chance at this great opportunity!  The Pepsi Championships will be conducted in six (6) divisions: Boys’ 11-Under Handicap, Girls’ 11-Under Handicap, Boys’ 12-Up Handicap, Girls’ 12-Up Handicap, Boys’ 12-Up Scratch, Girls’ 12-Up Scratch.  The 11-under division bowlers will earn scholarships at the District Finals (March 2008) and the 12-up division bowlers will earn scholarships at the State Finals (May 3-4, 2008 at FOUNTAIN BOWL in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – SPORT BOWLING CERTIFIED*).  State finalists are also competing for berths into either the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships National Finals (Hdcp division) or the USBC USA Jr. Gold National Championships (Scratch Div) both held in Detroit, MI (July 2008). The USBC mandatory national fee has been raised to $4.00 for the 12-up divisions only. Those funds will be submitted directly to USBC to help offset the costs of the Pepsi National Finals and to help add more earmarked Pepsi scholarships allocated at the USBC USA Jr. Gold National Championships.  Another change is that USBC nationals will not be paying travel expenses to the six Pepsi national qualifiers. The California USBC Association will be raising more funds this year to help pay for those costs.

For the 8th year in a row, will be sponsoring this event along with Elite Bowling, Both will be donating items for our fundraising raffle at the district and state finals sites, helping us to raise more scholarship dollars. We would also like to thank Brunswick, California USBC Association and Pin Point Bowling Concepts (located inside AMF Beverly Bowl) for their bowling ball donations. Digital Team Photography will also be taking individual photos at the State Finals, in which a percentage of all proceeds will be donated to this year's scholarship fund. Please support these sponsors and help us THANK to them for their generous contributions and support!

Thank you for your support and participation in the largest scholarship event in California. Last year we worked extremely hard with your help in raising funds so that we could award $70,000 in scholarships! With the rising cost of education, this tournament strongly benefits many young bowlers on their way to a promising future. Good luck to everyone!

Lynn & Kelly
Pepsi Chairman and Co-Chair


MARCH 8-9, 2008
District #1 - Lariat Bowl, Red Bluff
District #4 - Bellevue Bowl, Atwater
District #5 - AMF Southwest Lanes, Bakersfield
District #8
 - Yorba Linda Bowl, Yorba Linda

MARCH 15-16, 2008
District #2 - Double Decker Lanes, Rohnert Park
District #3 - Granada Bowl, Livermore
District #6 - Victor Bowl, Victorville
District #7 - Oak Tree Lanes, Diamond Bar



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