Glenmerry Bowl’s Youth League held their banquet this week at the Riverbelle with 102 in attendance. Awards were presented to five divisions ranging in ages from 5 - 19 years. The winners of this season’s Bowler of the Year in each division are Charlie Opper in Bowlasaurus category, Haven Brewer in Muppet, Brooklyn Opper in Bantam, Mack Pretty in Junior, and Megan Fowler in the Senior division. Representing the five divisions are from left front: Charlie Opper and Conner Lesergent. Back row from left: Taylor Servatius, Fayt Brewer, amd Jacob Plett. Not pictured but receiving Glenmerry Bowl’s Appreciation award was senior bowler Erika Kivi for her dedication to the sport of bowling.

Glenmerry Bowl Awards Banquet

The Glenmerry Bowl Youth League present this year’s awards.

JIM BAILEY

Trail Times

The Glenmerry Bowl Youth League present this year’s awards.

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