Weather delayed start.
Christopher Dobbin of Centre Bowl in Corner Brook is first in the junior boys singles of the 2012 Canadian Youth Five-pin Bowling Championships after Sunday’s competition.
The Paradise Bowl of Shannon Morry, Courtney Lucas, Laura Cave, Erin Morry and coach Denise Stirling heads the junior girls team standings with eight points. Saskatchewan is second with seven.
Dobbin won eight of 11 games, tied another and lost two for 8.5 points and first place. Saskatchewan is second with eight points.
Terri-Lynn Baggs of Centre Bowl holds second spot in senior girls singles with eight points. Quebec leads with nine points.
In boys combo team standings, the Plaza Bowl team of Michael O’Brien, Cole McDonald, Paul Coady and coach Tracy Pike is in a three-way tie for third on three points. British Columbia leads with four.
In junior boys team action the Holiday Lanes team of Landon Battino, John McDonald, Avery Heath, Noah Sullivan and coach Brad Ford has six points for third spot. Southern Ontario is first with eight points.
Kierra Smith of Exploits Lanes in Grand Falls-Windsor has six points for a tie for third in bantam girls singles. British Columbia is first on eight points.
Nicole Pretty of Plaza Bowl is in a four-way tie for third place in junior girls singles with six points. Alberta is first with eight points
Chris Trickett of Riverdale Lanes in Kelligrews is tied for fourth in bantam boys standings on seven points from his 11 games. Southern Ontario and Prince Edward Island share first with nine points each.
In senior girls team play the Center Bowl team of Sasha Lockyer, Keisha Brown, Bridgette Green, Meghan Davis and coach Gord Davis tied for third with five points. Manitoba leads with six.
The Riverdale Lanes combo girls team of Faith Hearn, Jessica Petten, Erica Porter, and coach Christine Butler is tied for third on three points. In first is Southern Ontario with six points.
In bantam girls team standings the Centre Bowl team of Susan Graham, MacKenzie Hatcher, Danielle Hurley, Clare Parsons and coach Cory Hurley has four points in fifth place. The leader is Saskatchewan with seven.
The Plaza Bowl boys bantam team of Nathan Froude, Raymond Doyle-King, Daniel Wells, Connor Belbin and coach Mike Davis is fifth with 4.5 points while Quebec leads with 7.5 points.
Sixth place in the senior boys team standings belongs to the Holiday Lanes team of Steven Healey, Craig Ford, Tyler Hancock, Philip Cave, and coach Michael Maloney on four points. British Columbia is first with six points.
Jerrid McCoy of Exploits Lanes is 12th in the senior boys standings with two points. Conor Dolson of Southern Ontario is first with eight points.
Foggy weather conditions prevented Alberta, Quebec, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island from reaching St. John’s Friday causing Saturday’s schedule to be dropped and a shorter schedule is being played Sunday and Monday. More than 400 young athletes are competing at six bowling facilities on the Avalon Peninsula.
The championships conclude Monday.