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									 2011-2012
League Level
 Handbook
                                 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Welcome Letter ........................................ 2

Tournament Overview and Schedule....... 3

League Level Rules.................................. 4

Handicap Charts ....................................... 6

Guidelines................................................. 8

Sample League Worksheet....................... 10

League Worksheet.................................... 11

Pepsi Tournament Directors..................... 12




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To:           League Official/Youth Program Director

From:         David Bartlett, IBC Youth Tournament Manager
              Pepsi USBC Youth Championships

Date:         August 2011

Subject:      2011-12 Pepsi USBC Youth Championships


Thanks for your help in providing the first step of the 2011-12 Pepsi USBC Youth Championships. The tournament is
sponsored by the Pepsi Company, presented by Brunswick and conducted by the United States Bowling Congress. This event
is an opportunity for your area’s athletes to become involved in a premier nationwide tournament for youth bowlers.

To date, these Youth Championships have awarded more than $6 million in scholarships through the Scholarship Funds
Program. It is estimated that at least $500,000 in scholarships will be awarded this season through the competition. By
conducting the league level competition you are giving your bowlers an opportunity to help finance their college education.

The Pepsi USBC Youth Championships begins at the league level. The tournament is open to all USBC Youth bowlers, Basic
and Standard, (there is no upper age limit of 20 to participate in the qualifying levels). USBC Youth membership brings
many unique opportunities for athletes:
         √   Compete with other youth in a nationwide tournament.
         √   Compete with no extra cost at the league level of competition.
         √   Compete with other youth of the same age and ability for scholarships.
         √   Win a berth to the 2012 North Pointe Junior Gold Championships, July 14-20, in Indianapolis if they are the 12-
             and-above Scratch Division winner or runner-up at the state/zone finals and meet the membership requirement for
             the USBC Junior Gold Program. There they will compete for additional scholarships available to all athletes at the
             North Pointe Junior Gold Championships.

Please remember: An athlete is not required to belong to the USBC Junior Gold Program to bowl in the Scratch Division.
If an athlete does win the Scratch Division and he/she is not a Junior Gold Program member, he/she must purchase
membership prior to the 2012 North Pointe Junior Gold Championships to advance. If he/she is unwilling to purchase
membership, the athlete keeps any awards given from the state/zone but will not be allowed to advance to the North Pointe
Junior Gold Championships and an alternate will be chosen.

League qualifying MUST be conducted for USBC Youth members! This handbook contains the information you will
need to conduct the league level competition. The “2011-12 League Level Rules” must be followed and supplied to each
athlete. The rules can be stapled to the league worksheet and passed through the league so this process can be done
quickly and inexpensively.

USBC and your state/zone Pepsi USBC Youth Championships Tournament Committee thank you for your support, dedication
and cooperation. If you have any questions, please refer to the listing of state/zone tournament directors contained in this
league handbook, or contact me at the address below or by phone at (800) 514-BOWL, ext. 3171 or email
USBCyouthchampionships@bowl.com.

      United States Bowling Congress         621 Six Flags Drive              Arlington, TX 76011             BOWL.com




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                   TOURNAMENT OVERVIEW AND SCHEDULE
The Pepsi USBC Youth Championships begins with league level
qualifying. Bowling centers with certified USBC Youth leagues are
automatic qualifying sites. Since qualifying begins during league level,
there is no entry fee at this level. League level qualifying will be between
Oct. 1, 2011 and Feb. 29, 2012. Please note: The league level window
includes October to accommodate high school leagues. Please contact your
state/zone Pepsi tournament director if your league needs to take advantage of
a window earlier than the one specified by your state/zone.


Qualifying competition is held in divisions based on the bowler’s age as of Aug. 1, 2011:

          11 and under Boys Handicap                            11 and under Girls Handicap
          12 and above Boys Handicap                            12 and above Girls Handicap
          12 and above Boys Scratch                             12 and above Girls Scratch

Winners in these divisions will advance to the state/zone competition with some earning scholarships.

The Scratch Division winners and runners-up from the state/zone finals will receive a berth from USBC into the 2012 North
Pointe Junior Gold Championships to be held July 14-20, 2012 in Indianapolis. USBC will waive the $200 entry fee for these
athletes. At the North Pointe Junior Gold Championships the bowlers will compete for additional scholarships available to all
athletes at the tournament. The advancers must be USBC Junior Gold program members or be eligible and purchase a
membership prior to the championships. There is no requirement to be a Junior Gold program member to enter the
Scratch Division at the local or state/zone level.

   YOUR STATE/ZONE PEPSI TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR WILL PROVIDE ADDITIONAL DATES

OCT. 1, 2011-FEB. 29, 2012                League level qualifying will take place.
                                          Qualifying window dates are determined by the state/zone Pepsi Tournament
                                          Committee and listed in the rules and information. Consult BOWL.com for the
                                          Pepsi Tournament Director in each state/zone or see this handbook if you have not
                                          received the rules for your specific state/zone.

MARCH 1-APRIL 30, 2012                    Center and sectional qualifying will take place (if applicable in your specific
                                          state/zone). Contact the Pepsi Tournament Director for your state/zone in case of
                                          questions (see this handbook and BOWL.com for the list of directors).

MARCH 1-MAY 31, 2012                      State/zone competition will take place.

MAY-JUNE 1, 2012                          USBC sends confirmation emails to state/zone advancers to North Pointe Junior
                                          Gold Championships.

JUNE 10, 2012                             Deadline for USBC’s receipt of information on state/zone advancers to North
                                          Pointe Junior Gold Championships.

JULY 14 – 20, 2012                        North Pointe Junior Gold Championships – Indianapolis, IN

JULY 12 – 29, 2012 (unless extended)      USBC Youth Open Championships – Indianapolis, IN




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                                2011-12 LEAGUE LEVEL RULES
(ATHLETES MUST SEE THESE RULES
AND CHOOSE THEIR OWN DIVISION)
1. The Pepsi USBC Youth Championships is certified by the
   United States Bowling Congress (# 04498) and governed by
   USBC rules.
2. Competition is open to all 2011-12 USBC Youth members.
   To compete, a bowler must be a regular member of a
   certified USBC league and not be under suspension at the
   time of qualifying. League substitutes are allowed to
   participate if it is their only USBC Youth league. USBC Collegiate members are eligible if they are 2011-12 USBC Youth
   members, bowl in a USBC Youth league and have not violated USBC Rule 400.
3. All USBC Youth members in good standing are eligible for the league level competition. There is no entry fee at the
   league level. Bowling centers having 2011-12 USBC certified leagues are automatic league level qualifying sites.
4. Participants must be aware of each competition level in the state/zone and all associated rules, fees and deadlines.
   These items are contained in the specific state/zone rules from the State/Zone Pepsi tournament director. (State
   director information can be found on BOWL.com.)
5. Competition will be conducted in six divisions based on the participant’s age as of Aug. 1, 2011. Participation in the
   wrong age division will lead to automatic disqualification. Bowlers must stay in the given division in that particular
   league throughout the entire window:

          11 and under Boys Handicap               11 and under Girls Handicap           * HANDICAP DIVISIONS
          12 and above Boys Handicap               12 and above Girls Handicap           BASED ON 100 % of 210 *
          12 and above Boys Scratch                12 and above Girls Scratch
 *There is no requirement of USBC Junior Gold membership and no minimum average to enter the Scratch Division!
6. The qualifying window average will be the current league average as of the first date of competition (no minimum number
   of games). Participants in the 12 and above age divisions must choose either the handicap or scratch division before
   qualifying. These athletes must be asked personally about their choice of division. He or she must remain in that
   division for the duration of that window. Bowlers are eligible to compete in a different division in a different league
   during the league level of competition. ***Bowlers in the 12 and above age division who have an entering average of
   211 or higher MUST compete in the Scratch division.***
7. Qualifying in the handicap divisions will be based on 100 percent of the difference between the bowler’s average and 210.
   This will not affect the league’s regular handicap system used to figure team and individual standings in that league.
   USBC earned awards are based on the member’s league average as of that day.
8. League level qualifying will be conducted in certified leagues during the qualifying window(s) between Oct. 1, 2011 and
   Feb. 29, 2012. Each state/zone Pepsi tournament committee decides the qualifying window dates. Consult state/zone rules
   for the specific dates. If needed, the state/zone Pepsi tournament director can grant changes in the qualifying dates
   to individual bowling centers.
9. Qualifying scores must be bowled during regularly scheduled league play. Pre-bowled or post-bowled scores may not
   be used as scores for advancement purposes. Advancement to the next competition level will be from the league level.
10. Participants can attempt to qualify in any state/zone where they hold a 2011-12 USBC Youth membership card. However,
    the bowler can only advance once using the following criteria:
    A. In the event a bowler qualifies in more than one league in the same division, the bowler must advance from the league
       in which the highest series was bowled. For identical qualifying scores, the member will advance from the league
       where the first score was bowled.


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    B. If a bowler qualifies in different leagues from both the scratch and handicap divisions, the bowler must select one
       division they will compete in before subsequent competition.
    C. If the bowler advances out of league level in more than one state/zone, the bowler must declare one state/zone to
       continue competing in before the next competition level.
    D. Participation in any level of competition past the league level in more than one state/zone and/or more than one
       division will result in automatic disqualification.

    Note: Advancers remain in the division they qualified in during the league level in all subsequent competition. If there
    is a tie for the last-place qualifier in a division, both will advance to the next level of competition.

STATE/ZONE LEVEL
11. The top two (2) bowlers in the 12-and-above Boys and Girls Scratch divisions at the state/zone competition with the
    highest scratch score plus applicable bonus pins will earn a berth to the North Pointe Junior Gold Championships to be
    held July 14-20, 2012 in Indianapolis. Bowlers are not required to have a minimum average or be a Junior Gold Program
    member to enter the Scratch Division at the local level of qualifying for the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships. However,
    to receive the berth, the bowler must be a USBC Youth Standard member and USBC Junior Gold Member prior to the
    North Pointe Junior Gold Championships. If the winner is not eligible for the championships, he/she will still retain
    all awards from the state/zone, but the next eligible bowler will receive the berth to the North Pointe Junior Gold
    Championships.
12. Advancers to the North Pointe Junior Gold Championships must agree to bowl in the North Pointe Junior Gold
    Championships or, failing to do so, agree to waive all rights. Replacements will be selected based on the order of finish in
    their division at the state/zone level.
13. Failure to abide by any rules and regulations will lead to disqualification from this event. The Pepsi USBC Youth
    Championships National Tournament Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any participant.
14. The Pepsi USBC Youth Championships National Tournament Committee will decide all matters not covered by these
    rules and regulations, or USBC rules and regulations. All decisions are final.




                       ALL BOWLERS MUST SEE AND
                        UNDERSTAND THESE RULES                                                                      




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                    TWO-GAME HANDICAP CHART
This two-game chart is to be used for the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships competition. The chart
 is based on 100% of the difference between a bowler’s average and 210 on a two-game basis. Find
 the bowler’s average in the left column; the figure to the right is the bowler’s two-game handicap.

  Average   Handicap        Average    Handicap         Average   Handicap   Average    Handicap
    210         0             160        100              110       200         60        300
    209         2             159        102              109       202         59        302
    208         4             158        104              108       204         58        304
    207         6             157        106              107       206         57        306
    206         8             156        108              106       208         56        308
    205        10             155        110              105       210         55        310
    204        12             154        112              104       212         54        312
    203        14             153        114              103       214         53        314
    202        16             152        116              102       216         52        316
    201        18             151        118              101       218         51        318
    200        20             150        120              100       220         50        320
    199        22             149        122               99       222         49        322
    198        24             148        124               98       224         48        324
    197        26             147        126               97       226         47        326
    196        28             146        128               96       228         46        328
    195        30             145        130               95       230         45        330
    194        32             144        132               94       232         44        332
    193        34             143        134               93       234         43        334
    192        36             142        136               92       236         42        336
    191        38             141        138               91       238         41        338
    190        40             140        140               90       240         40        340
    189        42             139        142               89       242         39        342
    188        44             138        144               88       244         38        344
    187        46             137        146               87       246         37        346
    186        48             136        148               86       248         36        348
    185        50             135        150               85       250         35        350
    184        52             134        152               84       252         34        352
    183        54             133        154               83       254         33        354
    182        56             132        156               82       256         32        356
    181        58             131        158               81       258         31        358
    180        60             130        160               80       260         30        360
    179        62             129        162               79       262         29        362
    178        64             128        164               78       264         28        364
    177        66             127        166               77       266         27        366
    176        68             126        168               76       268         26        368
    175        70             125        170               75       270         25        370
    174        72             124        172               74       272         24        372
    173        74             123        174               73       274         23        374
    172        76             122        176               72       276         22        376
    171        78             121        178               71       278         21        378
    170        80             120        180               70       280         20        380
    169        82             119        182               69       282         19        382
    168        84             118        184               68       284         18        384
    167        86             117        186               67       286         17        386
    166        88             116        188               66       288         16        388
    165        90             115        190               65       290         15        390
    164        92             114        192               64       292         14        392
    163        94             113        194               63       294         13        394
    162        96             112        196               62       296         12        396
    161        98             111        198               61       298         11        398




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                   THREE-GAME HANDICAP CHART
This three-game chart is to be used for the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships competition. The chart
 is based on 100% of the difference between a bowler’s average and 210 on a three-game basis. Find
 the bowler’s average in the left column; the figure to the right is the bowler’s three-game handicap.

    Average   Handicap      Average   Handicap      Average   Handicap       Average   Handicap
      210         0           160       150           110       300            60        450
      209         3           159       153           109       303            59        453
      208         6           158       156           108       306            58        456
      207         9           157       159           107       309            57        459
      206        12           156       162           106       312            56        462
      205        15           155       165           105       315            55        465
      204        18           154       168           104       318            54        468
      203        21           153       171           103       321            53        471
      202        24           152       174           102       324            52        474
      201        27           151       177           101       327            51        477
      200        30           150       180           100       330            50        480
      199        33           149       183            99       333            49        483
      198        36           148       186            98       336            48        486
      197        39           147       189            97       339            47        489
      196        42           146       192            96       342            46        492
      195        45           145       195            95       345            45        495
      194        48           144       198            94       348            44        498
      193        51           143       201            93       351            43        501
      192        54           142       204            92       354            42        504
      191        57           141       207            91       357            41        507
      190        60           140       210            90       360            40        510
      189        63           139       213            89       363            39        513
      188        66           138       216            88       366            38        516
      187        69           137       219            87       369            37        519
      186        72           136       222            86       372            36        522
      185        75           135       225            85       375            35        525
      184        78           134       228            84       378            34        528
      183        81           133       231            83       381            33        531
      182        84           132       234            82       384            32        534
      181        87           131       237            81       387            31        537
      180        90           130       240            80       390            30        540
      179        93           129       243            79       393            29        543
      178        96           128       246            78       396            28        546
      177        99           127       249            77       399            27        549
      176       102           126       252            76       402            26        552
      175       105           125       255            75       405            25        555
      174       108           124       258            74       408            24        558
      173       111           123       261            73       411            23        561
      172       114           122       264            72       414            22        564
      171       117           121       267            71       417            21        567
      170       120           120       270            70       420            20        570
      169       123           119       273            69       423            19        573
      168       126           118       276            68       426            18        576
      167       129           117       279            67       429            17        579
      166       132           116       282            66       432            16        582
      165       135           115       285            65       435            15        585
      164       138           114       288            64       438            14        588
      163       141           113       291            63       441            13        591
      162       144           112       294            62       444            12        594
      161       147           111       297            61       447            11        597




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GUIDELINES FOR LEAGUE OFFICIALS/PROGRAM DIRECTORS
            You will receive a mailing from your state/zone Pepsi USBC Youth Championships tournament director
          that contains the league level qualifying dates, rules, advancement levels and formats for each competition
          level. USBC has verified and approved these rules, dates and formats. Entrants advancing to the next level
                                     need to know about any required fees and deadlines.

The following are general guidelines to help you conduct the league level competition. The packet and information from your
state/zone Pepsi tournament director will have specific information. This event is provided for all USBC Youth members --
do not disappoint your bowlers. USBC Youth members deserve your assistance!
It is not mandatory to use the provided league worksheets. It is acceptable to
produce the required information on your computer through a league secretary
program. CDE Software and Treasure Software produce league secretary
software that contains the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships forms. Please enter
all information accurately. If you want to purchase software, please contact the
company directly: CDE Software at (206) 937-8927 (cdesoftware.com), or
Treasure Software at (800) 552-2695 (treasuresoftware.com). Each athlete is
required to read the league level rules and agree to the division in which
they have been placed for this tournament.


                                             COMPETITION SET-UP
    1. By Oct. 1, 2011 you should receive the information from your state/zone Pepsi tournament director. If
       you have not received the information, contact the Pepsi tournament director for your state/zone. See the
       listing of Pepsi tournament directors included in this handbook or on BOWL.com.
   2. Locate your qualifying window dates in the information sent by the state/zone Pepsi tournament
       director. If the dates conflict with other league or center obligations, please notify your state/zone Pepsi
       tournament director. He or she has the authority to change these dates for you.

                    STEP-BY-STEP PLAN FOR ALL QUALIFYING WINDOWS
    1. The week before the league level competition begins, inform the bowlers and parents that the league will
        be participating in the Pepsi USBC Youth Championships.
                        Make copies of the League Level Rules included in this handbook and pass them out
                         to the bowlers and parents. All athletes must read and be aware of these rules. 
    2. Locate the league worksheet in this handbook. Make a worksheet for each division. “Division” corresponds
        to the tournament’s six divisions (age as of Aug. 1, 2011): 11-and-under Boys Handicap and Girls Handicap;
        12-and-above Boys Handicap, Girls Handicap, Boys Scratch and Girls Scratch.
    3. Before the window begins, ask each league member to choose the division he or she wishes to bowl in and enter
       their name on the corresponding worksheet. Divisions are based on bowler’s age as of Aug. 1, 2011. Make sure
       you check the ages to be sure the bowlers are participating in the correct divisions. Bowlers can participate in a
       different division for each league in which they are members, regardless of center. However, the bowler must
       remain in that division for that league during the entire window. ***Bowlers in the 12 and above age division
       who have an entering average of 211 or higher MUST compete in the Scratch division.*** (Bowlers are
       not required to be USBC Junior Gold program members to enter the scratch division.)
    4. Enter each bowler’s current league average as of the qualifying window’s first date (no minimum number of games).
       The average will hold for the entire league level qualifying window. During this window, USBC earned awards are
        based on the league average not the tournament average.


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5. After the first league session, enter the scratch series for each participant in the “first week” row of
    the league worksheet. Enter the applicable handicap from the provided handicap charts (100 percent of
    210). Add the scratch series and handicap to get the total score. If a member is not physically present
    this week, list his or her score as absent/"0." Pre-bowled and post-bowled scores are not allowed.
                      NOTE: If your state/zone Pepsi tournament director selected a one-week
                                        qualifying window skip to Step #8.
6. During the second week, remind league members they are competing in the Pepsi USBC Youth
    Championships qualifying competition. This week is a second chance to bowl in a qualifying series. Include
    the same number of participants as in the first week. After the league session, enter the scratch series and
    applicable handicap again on the League Worksheet. Reminder: If a member is not physically present this
    week, list his or her score as absent/"0." Pre-bowled and post-bowled scores are not allowed.
7. Determine each participant’s highest series with handicap where applicable and circle that score.
    Do not add the first-week and second-week scores together. Each week is a separate opportunity for
    the bowler to post a score. The bowler’s highest series with handicap (where applicable) is the score used
    for qualifying. A participant does not need to be present both weeks to qualify.
8. Using the scores you have just circled, rank the bowlers by best qualifying score. Using the advancement
    Ratio set by your state/zone Pepsi tournament director, determine the bowler(s) who advance in that division
    in that league. After determining who has qualified, notify the winners. (Please inform the participants who
    qualified bowling only two games that they will bowl at least three games at the next competition level.)
    It is the winner’s choice to advance to the next level and pay all applicable fees.
9. On the league worksheet, show the bowlers who have qualified and accepted or declined to advance to
    the next competition level. Remember, each division per league must advance at least one person
    regardless of the ratio and the number of bowlers participating in that division.
10. Since bowlers were given several qualifying opportunities, some may have advanced in more than one
    division and/or more than once in the same division. A participant can only advance once into the
    next competition level regardless of the ways he or she qualified. A bowler is automatically
    disqualified if he or she attempts to advance more than once. If a participant should win in multiple
    qualifiers, the following guidelines will decide from where the bowler advances:
    1.   If qualified in more than one state/zone, choose one state/zone.
    2.   If qualified in more than one division, choose one division.
    3.   If qualified in the same division during both windows, he or she advances from the first window.
    4.   If a bowler qualified in more than one league in the same division during a window, he or she must advance from
         the league in which the highest series – with handicap, if applicable – was bowled.

    Remember, some of your bowlers might bowl in different bowling centers. Check to make sure they are only
    advancing from one center. In all cases, once a bowler has made the choice to advance from a certain
    state/zone and division, he or she forfeits advancing in other states/zones, centers and divisions.
11. Once you have figured out how many bowlers will advance per league and who they are, enter the
    information on the bottom of the league level worksheet. Complete one form per division per league.
12. After completing your league worksheet, make copies for your files and send the originals to your
    state/zone Pepsi tournament director. Your state/zone rules will state the deadline for these forms
    and if any other information, forms or fees need to be sent.



                                     THANK YOU!

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Sample League Worksheet
Per division per league - reproduce as necessary



Division (Based on age as of 8-1-11): 12 and above Boys Handicap                  Submitted by:           Tammy Smith
Bowling center:      Bowlerville Lanes                                            Submitter's address:   9797 S. 97th St.
League name:        Saturday Bowlerville Juniors                                                      Bowlerville, WI 19977
Window dates:       November 4 & 11                                               Telephone number:      (979) 799-7979

   ATHLETE'S NAME                    DOB         INITIALS ENTERING WEEK           SCRATCH    HDCP        TOTAL       QUALIFIED
                                                 ACCEPT
                                  MM/DD/YY       DIVISION
                                                          AVERAGE                  SERIES                SCORE      RANK    ACCEPT

 Black,                            9/26/95         AB          163       1st wk      575      141         716

   Alan                                                                  2nd wk    Absent      ---            0       3      YES
 Miller,                           10/12/98       KM           125       1st wk      400      255         655

   Kevin                                                                 2nd wk      415      255         670         7
 Smith,                            8/25/96         TS          110       1st wk      450      300         750

   Tom                                                                   2nd wk    Absent      ---            0       1       NO
 Jones,                           10/07/84*         DJ         143       1st wk      500      201         701

   Darryl                                                                2nd wk      520      201         721         2      YES

 Rogers,                           8/26/93          MR         102       1st wk      300      324         624

   Mark                                                                  2nd wk      350      324         674         6

 Martin,                            5/08/97        PM          140       1st wk      493      210         703

   Pete                                                                  2nd wk      480      210         690         4      YES

 Grant,                             2/25/93        FG          134       1st wk      400      228         628

   Frank                                                                 2nd wk      397      228         625         8
 Williams,                         12/10/92       BW           188       1st wk      625       66         691

   Bob                                                                   2nd wk      580       66         646         5

 Johnson,                           7/17/96         CJ         118       1st wk      320      276         596

  Chris                                                                  2nd wk      300      276         576         9

* All USBC Youth members are eligible (i.e. mentally challenged bowlers over the age of 20 as of 8/1/11 are eligible for all levels)

            SUMMARY SAMPLE - (per division per league - see state/zone rules for ratio and fee)
                      ** See specific state/zone rules for exact ratios and fees **
                                            Adv.
           Division      # of Entrants     Ratio         Advancers         Fee      Total Submitted
12 & above Boys Hdcp                   9            1:3              3            $15.00             $45.00
League Worksheet
Per division per league - reproduce as necessary




Division (Based on age as of 8-1-11):                                          .            Submitted by:                              .




Bowling center:                                                        .                    Submitter's address:                           .




League name:                                                               .                                                       .




Window dates:                                                   .                           Telephone number:                              .




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* All USBC Youth members are eligible (i.e. mentally challenged bowlers over the age of 20 as of 8/1/11 are eligible for all levels)

            SUMMARY - (per division per league - see state/zone rules for ratio and fee)
                        ** See specific state/zone rules for exact ratios and fees **
                                                   Adv.
          Division               # of Entrants     Ratio            Advancers                  Fee      Total Submitted
                  2011-12 STATE PEPSI DIRECTOR LISTING
Alabama                         Alaska                                       Arizona
Nancy Cleckler (205) 226-3725   Victoria Askin (907) 283-3972                LaDonna Ford (602) 617-8329
14121 Highway 43                PO Box 178                                   PO Box 1133
Vandiver, AL 35176              Kenai, AK 99611                              Maricopa, AZ 85139
ncleckler@bham.lib.al.us        ectt@ptialaska.net                           ladonna.ford@att.net

Arkansas                        California                                   Colorado
Dena Bunch (479) 756-1200       Lynn Matsubara (310) 516-1326                Don Meyer (719) 547-0944
608 Maria St.                   1847 W. 179th Street                         956 S. Saki Drive
Springdale, AR 72762            Torrance, CA 90504                           Pueblo West, CO 81007-3080
drbunch@cox.net                 hpekmpr@yahoo.com                            colorado.state.usbc@comcast.net
                                www.calUSBC.com

Connecticut                     Delaware                                     European Zone
John Marchitto (203) 230-4595   Michelle L. Turner-Billings (302) 653-0327   Jim Kramer (Germany)
                  nd
1889 Dixwell Ave 2 Floor        1001 Daisey Road                             PSC 3 Box 114
Hamden, CT 06514                Clayton, DE 19938                            APO, AE 09021
jjmarchitto@snet.net            scimidar2@atlanticbb.net                     jim.kramer@us.army.mil
                                                                             0049-175-927-2585

Far Eastern Zone                Florida                                      Georgia
Thomas Bruce (South Korea)      Allen Solomon (904) 247-7587                 Kevin DiMuzio (478) 926-0609
KORO MWR, PCS 303 Box 51        1210 7th Ave N.                              109 Ginko Lane
APO, AP 96204                   Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250                 Kathleen, GA 31047
usatmb@hotmail.com;             beachbowlyouth@aol.com                       kdimuzio@windstream.net
11-82-2-797-2059                www.fsyaba.com

Hawaii                          Idaho                                        Illinois
Ronald Shim (808) 222-3727      Jude' Makinson (208) 436-3324                Steve Lawson (217) 586-3180
95-103 Hokuao Pl.               PO Box 762                                   404 Ridge Road
Mililani, HI, 96789             Rupert, ID 83350-0762                        Mahomet, IL 61853
Shimr001@hawaii.rr.com          isyaba@pmt.org                               slawson@uiuc.edu
                                                                             www.isyaba.net

Indiana                         Iowa                                         Kansas
Paula Larsen (219) 985-8530     Seth Ketelsen (563)503-0384                  Randy Altman (785) 856-4400
1502 West 63rd Avenue           815 11th Avenue                              323 Minnesota Street
Merrilville, IN 46410           DeWitt, IA 52742                             Lawrence, KS 66044
plars828@sbcglobal.net          iowapepsi@gmail.com                          ksyaba@sunflower.com
isusbcya.com                                                                 www.bowlkansas.com

Kentucky                        Louisiana                                    Maine
Betsie Noel (859) 608-4387      Cecilia Santangelo (225) 261-7578            Alan Hilton (207)587-2251
129 16th Street SE              7744 Plank Rd.                               1 E. Sandy River Road
Paris, KY 40361                 Baton Rouge, LA 70811                        Mercer, ME 04957
statebetsi@bellsouth.net        auntcece@cox.net                             arhil@tdstelme.net

Maryland                        Massachusetts                                Michigan
Judy Martinsen (410) 788-6539   Robert Taraskiewicz (413) 499-2781           Aileen Hnidy (248) 589-9012
1 Wade Ave.                     30 Holmes Road                               30851 Blairmoor
Catonsville, MD 21228           Pittsfield, MA 01201                         Madison Heights, Michigan 48071
Judyl2009@hotmail.com           rtaraski@berkshire.rr.com                    ahnidy@aol.com
                                                                             www.msyaba.com

Minnesota                        Mississippi                                 Missouri
Josh Hodney (651) 487-2141      Lou Ann Reid (601) 968-1016                  Joyce Wolf (660) 826-0468
235 Roselawn Ave East, #17      1122 Timberidge Road                         909 Gregory Lane
Maplewood, MN 55117             Terry, MS 39170                              Sedalia, MO 65301
josh@mhsb.org                   lreid1956@hotmail.com                        wolf_ie@swbell.net
www.bpam.org




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                       2011-12 STATE PEPSI DIRECTOR LISTING

Montana                            Nebraska                         Nevada
Debbie Martinich (406) 782-2755    Stephanie Smith (308) 382-5855   Cheryl Sines (775) 813-2714
2000 Hancock Ave.                  528 Holcomb                      8431 Silver Shores Dr.
Butte, MT 59701                    Grand Island, NE 68801           Reno, NV 89506
Marvey36@yahoo.com                 rogersnap@aol.com                Casines1958@aol.com

New Hampshire                      New Jersey                       New Mexico
Janet Boyden (603) 887-2615        Len Schafer (856) 858-1601       Ann Romero (505) 471-8722
318 Halls Village Road             231 E. Madison Ave               3608 Mimbres Lane
Chester, NH 03036                  Collingswood, NJ 08108           Santa Fe, NM 87507
scwba@comcast.net                  lenschafer@peoplepc.com          nmusbc@comcast.net
                                   www.njusbcyouthbowling.com

New York                           North Carolina                   North Dakota
Nelson Chase, III (518) 747-2742   Cecilia Pangle (919) 362-5618    Nadine Gorman (701) 361-7983
                                                                         nd
98 Green Barn Rd.                  105 George Place                 508 2 St. CT
Hudson Falls, NY 12839             Apex, NC 27502                   West Fargo, ND 58078
nwc3@aol.com                       p_pangle@hotmail.com             nadinegorman@yahoo.com
                                                                    www.nayouthbowling.com

Ohio                               Oklahoma                         Oregon
Loretta Beavers (216) 921-0617     Vicki Starr (405) 748-9092       Twila Niemi (503) 322-3696
3558 Ludgate Rd.                   11202 Twisted Oak Road           PO Box 372
Shaker Heights, OH 44120           Oklahoma City, OK 73120          Garibaldi, OR 97118
Beaves214@msn.com                  vsbowl@aol.com                   tmniemi@embarqmail.com

Pennsylvania                       Puerto Rico                      Rhode Island
Jay Daryman (717) 757-2860         Nelson Gonzalez (787) 531-3503   Ted Walters (401) 640-1972
809 Nightlight Drive               PO Box 192684                    33 Hartford Ave
York, PA 17402-8809                San Juan, PR 00919-2684          Riverside, RI 02915
jdaryman@bowlpa.org                pryba05@gmail.com                hockey1@cox.net
www.bowlpa.org                                                      www.riyaba.org

South Carolina                     South Dakota                     Tennessee
Judy Bailey (803) 356-2583         Kristi Jones (605) 393-5523      Brenda Green (931) 338-2125
65 Circleview Drive                3520 Powderhorn Cr.              936 Drum Lane
Lexington, SC 29072                Rapid City, SD 57702             Clarksville, TN 37043
jbackswing@aol.com                 kforeman1@live.com               Bgreen@ebonite.com
                                   www.bowlsd.com                   www.tsyaba.com

Texas                              Utah                             Vermont
Cheryl Newman (817) 729-3907       Patty Fest (801) 943-7290        Jean Patoine (802) 226-7904
4165 Brentwood Circle              7278 S. Chris Lane               PO Box 411
Grapevine, TX 76051                Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121     Springfield, VT 05156
fpncrn@att.net                     patty.fest@pacificorp.com        mcjip2000@yahoo.com

Virginia                           Washington                       West Virginia
Ken Sprigings (540) 562-0251       Karen Stumpf (253) 208-6432      Butch Tolbert (304) 429-1781
                                           th
2751 Diplomat Drive                1102 15 Ave SW                   4415 Auburn Road
Roanoke, VA 24019                  Puyallup, WA 98371               Huntington, WV 25704-1145
sprigingsk@cox.net                 wapepsigold@yahoo.com            b.tolbert@comcast.net
                                   www.wsusbc.net

Wisconsin                          Wyoming
Gary Hartel (262) 783-4292         Dawn Cummings (307) 797-4366
21140 W Capitol Drive Suite 5      3231 Saratoga Road
Pewaukee, WI 53072                 Casper, WY 82604
bcaw@bowlwi.com                    dawn_cummings@ncsd.k12.wy.us


Revised 8/11



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