With one round of qualifying completed at the 2019 Teen Masters, Andrew Guba of Las Vegas and Sierra Calo of Riverview, Florida, lead their respective divisions.
Guba totaled 1,323 for six games, an average of 220.50, to lead the boys field, while Calo had 1,291, a 215.17 average, to top the girls at Sawgrass Lanes in Tamarac, Florida.
Rounding out the top five for the boys after the opening round were Bryce Oliver (1,313), Hayden Palino (1,308), Nate Purches (1,306) and Tommy Burns (1,292). In all, 26 boys finished plus or higher on the opening day.
On the girls side only five bowlers finished with a 200 average or better. Joining leader Calo in the top five were Caroline Thesier (1,267), Kara Beissel (1,235), Brooke Roberts (1,225) and Lauren Tomaszewski (1,201).
All bowlers return Tuesday for a second six-game round of qualifying, which begins at 8 a.m. Eastern.