Sunday, July 9, 2017 – CENTRAL LANES BOWLING CENTER, Tamuning, Guam
14 year old Noah Taimanglo delivered twelve pocket strikes in a row on lanes 19 and 20 during the fourth game of the Guam National Youth Team qualifier to register his first sanctioned Guam Bowling Congress perfect game. The 300 game was the first by a youth bowler this year and only the second bowled in 2017 at the Central Lanes Bowling Center.
With the feat, Taimanglo takes over pole position after two weeks of qualifying as he posted a six games set of 1392 pins with games of 205, 190, 227, 300, 257 and 213 averaging 232 pins per game. His two week accumulated average of 220 is six marks better than last week’s top scorer Jeremiah Camacho. 15 year old Camacho rolled a 1271 total (211 average) but dropped a notch to second with a two week average of 214. Darien Borja and Jaymason Doyle currently rounds off the top four spots.
Annastashia Leon Guerrero topped the female division as Jaeceline Espiritu and Naiyah Taimango where within three marks of the leader. MeryGrace Hernandez finished one pin ahead of Geramae Abinales.
Naiyah Taimanglo leads the girls roster with a 170 average followed by Leon Guerrero, Espiritu and Eya Salandanan.
The top four boys and four girls after the six weeks of qualifying will represent Guam in the 19th Asian Youth Bowling Championship. The event returns to the Philippines after twenty years. The championship will be contested in the Star Mall Bowling Center from October 21-28, 2017 featuring bowlers 20 years of age and below.