Fort Lanes Youth Bowling Canada program's third season was the best one yet. 
 
The program had their highest registration to date, with 43 kids aged three to 13 signed up in September. 
 
The coaches this year were Carol Kaehn, Gail Versteegt, Jim Roth and Steve Leckie.
 
"We had a lot of fun this year and the kids have learned so much,  we saw big improvements in a lot of our bowlers," said Kaehn.
 
In the Youth Bowling Canada program, bowlers competed in the Scratch Division (highest score bowled) and the POA Division (pins over average).
 
"As a coach it is so great to see that look of accomplishment on a young bowler’s face when they get all the pins down," added Kaehn.
 
At the wind-up party in April, everyone was awarded a trophy and a certificate.
 
The full season summary for this year is listed below:
 
September/October 2016:
Bowler of the Month – Edmonton Zone
Zach Prather (Peewee Boys, POA Div.)
 
November 2016:
Alex Kingston & Jaden Leckie; 1st Place Travel League Team (Junior POA Div.)
Liam Moroz; 1st Place, Bowl Alberta Fax-in Provincials (Peewee Boys Div.)
Serenity Hodgin; 2nd Place, Bowl Alberta Fax-in Provincials (Peewee Girls Div.)
Liam Moroz (Peewee Boys Bowler of the Month, POA Div.)
Serenity Hodgin (Peewee Girls Bowler of the Month, POA Div.)
 
December 2016:
High/Low Doubles (Edmonton Zone Finals)
Danica Leckie & Serenity Hodgin, 2nd Place (Peewee Div.)
Jaden Leckie & Brooke McGillis, 2nd Place (Junior Div.)
 
January 2017:
Chase Canning & Danica Leckie; 3rd Place, Bowling for the Stars (Peewee Div.)
March 2017:
Bowler of the Month – Edmonton Zone
Payton Lypka (Peewee Girls POA Div.)
Conor Prather (Bantam Boys Scratch Div.)
 
April 2017:
Jaden Leckie & Alex Kingston, Youth Travel League Team
1st Place (Junior POA Div.) – Playoffs
4th Place (Junior POA Div.) – Overall for Season

 

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