The best high school bowlers in the country will be showcased this summer when the 2019 Teen Masters will be broadcast live on FloBowling.
With a history dating back to 1997 when PBA champion Mike Fagan was the first boys champion, the Teen Masters offers high school bowlers the chance to compete for a championship on a level playing field that rewards hard work, organizer Gary Beck said.
The event will take place June 29-July 5 at Sawgrass Lanes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
“As a personal subscriber, I am thrilled to bring FloBowling’s outstanding coverage to the 2019 Teen Masters Championships,” Beck said. “Family and friends at home will be able to watch their favorite teen bowlers online the same as if they were on the PBA Tour.”
Last year’s Teen Masters took place in Las Vegas at the South Point Hotel and Casino and three of the defending champions will be back in 2019.
Girls varsity champion Jenna Williams, girls junior varsity winner Jillian Martin and boys junior varsity champion Brandon Bohn will return. Boys varsity champion Tom Hankey Jr. has moved on to the college level and is enrolled at Webber International.