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Scratch

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

SCRATCH BOWLERS –

Enclosed is the Master Profile List for 2021-2022 SEASON

Doubles 21 & Under Events

Posted on: November 6th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

5 games qualifying, top 40 % advance & bowl 3 additional games. Top five advance to stepladder baker-style final & earn scholarships.

Adult Jr

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

All juniors and adults bowl five games. At least the top 40% advance and bowl three additional games. After game eight, top four teams advance and accumulated scores are dropped. The top four teams will bowl single elimination match play. Award ratio at least 1:10. At least the top four juniors receive awards and scholarships, and adults of the top four teams receive gift cards.

Handicap

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

HANDICAP BOWLERS

Enclosed is the Master Profile List for 2021-2022 SEASON

High Recreational

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

These are the Top 5 Recreational Pattern Average Bowlers so far for the 2021-2022 Season

 

21 & Under Tournaments 2022-2023

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

TOP SCHOLARSHIP PRIZES With minimum 60 entries, $200 top scholarship prize in each division for all singles events.

Entry Fee:  Members $40 — Non-Members $45 // Year Long 1-Time Membership $35

Click the pdf for the entire 21 & Under Schedule 2022-2023!

Desimone/Martell & Celmer/McMaster Capture 21 & Under Doubles Titles

Posted on: January 6th, 2015 by Anthony Ramirez

The PJBT rolled back into AMF Parkway Lanes for the 2nd straight week.  This week brought us our 1st 21 and Under Doubles Event of the season.  This event was 1 team from SOLD OUT!  We had 63 teams of 2 or 126 bowlers come out for this event.In Scratch, Rob Desimone & Michael Martell of New York told home the title.  After finishing 2nd last week in the team tourn, they reached the title pinnacle on this week.  After 8 games of qualifying, Desimone & Martell led the field at +407.  They were the tournament leaders heading into the stepladder baker final.  In the final match, Desimone/Martell took on 2nd seed Connor Kolessides & Brian Kasperowski.  Desimone/Martell defeated Kolessides/Kasperowski in the title match 225-191 to take home the title.In Handicap, Riley Celmer & Michael McMaster captured their 1st PJBT titles.  After 8 games of qualifying, Celmer & McMaster led the field with +326.  In the final match, Celmer/McMaster took on Kayla Marrero & Kendall Battles.  Celmer/McMaster outlasted Marrero/Battles 213-177 and took home the title.Thanks to Gebhardt’s Pro Shop for sponsoring our Doubles Event.

 

All-Time Winners 1999-2021

Posted on: November 10th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

In the 21+ Year History of the PJBT, below are the following bowlers who have the most titles in PJBT History.

The attachment below shows the tournament winners for every PJBT event since our inception in 1999.

ALL-TIME SCRATCH DIVISION WINNERS ALL-TIME HANDICAP DIVISION WINNERS
1 JACK CELMER 26 1 SARAH FENICLE 11
2 TRAVIS CELMER 24 T2 DONNY MANNING 9
3 DARIN ZOMBRO III 22 T2 WALTER TOMLIN 9
4 KEVIN BEERS 20 T4 ERIN STRICKLAND 8
T5 JENNIFER SPARKS (ELICKER) 18 T4 ALLISON STACKEWICZ 8
T5 TYLER HERRMAN 18 6 ANDY HOFFMAN 7
7 ALEX GLINSKI 16 T7 BETHANY JAQUITH 6
T8 DYLAN ZIMMERMAN 15 T7 BRIANNA STRICKLAND 6
T8 RYAN WYANDT 15 T9 JASON SNYDER 5
T8 OWEN DARBY 15 T9 TAYLOR FORMAN 5
T11 BRENT HIMMELREICH 14 T9 BRAD REMP 5
T11 BRADLEY CROUSE 14 T12 JACOB YODER 4
13 DANIEL ALTHOUSE 13 T12 CAMERON HAINES 4
T14 MICHAEL MARTELL 12 T12 SYDNEY HERRMAN 4
T14 JARRED POFF 12 T12 ANNA COSTA 4
T14 ERIC ERB 12 T12 BRIANNA BARNA 4
T17 BRYAN REINSEL 11 T12 JOSEPHINE BOOTH 4
T17 KURTIS STIDD 11 T12 COBI KREMER 4
T17 ANTHONY NEUER 11 T12 JASON WIER 4
 T17 BRANDON RUNK 11 T12 JAVION NORMAN 4
 T17 JOEY OCELLO 11 T12 WREN WILLIAMSON 4
T17 KOLBY BENNETT 11 T12 RYAN FORRY 4
T17 JASON WEAVER 11 T12 MARIBETH BAKER 4
T24 BRIAN KENNEDY 10 T12 EMILY PHILLIPS 4
T24 MERLE BURKHART 10 T12 BECKY GERHART 4
T24 LAYNE SANDT 10 T12 STEVE RITZMAN 4
T24 JOEY BOFRONE 10 T12 DAVID SWAVELY 4
T28 AYDEN DAVIS 10 T12 EVAN PERKOSKY 4

 

PJBT Decade Team

Posted on: November 10th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

JUST ABOUT EVERY YEAR, WE HAVE HAD INCREASED PARTICIPATION AT OUR EVENTS. WE’VE WITNESSED GREAT BOWLING AND VERY TALENTED INDIVIDUALS. THE PJBT  HONORED THE 20 GREATEST BOWLERS IN OUR FIRST 10-YEAR HISTORY FROM 1999-2009. THEY WERE SELECTED, BASED ON ACHIEVEMENTS, AND VOTED UPON BY THE PJBT SELECTION COMMITTEE.

PJBT ALL DECADE TEAM 1999-2009
14 MEN, 6 WOMEN
“TEAM PJBT”

Jason Blouch(Lebanon)
Over $3,700 in scholarships
9 titles
2003 Harry Mack Award Winner

Ben Boyer (Lebanon)
Over $3,900 in scholarships
9 titles
2001 Harry Mack Award Winner

Travis Celmer (Wernersville)
Over $14,100 in scholarships
23 titles
2002-2007-2009 Harry Mack Award Winner

Elysia Current (Ephrata)
Over $1,500 in scholarships
3 Titles
Jr Gold: 4 Top 16 finishes, selected to Jr Team USA in 04 and 05

Ilexia Dickson (York)
Over $1,800 in scholarships
4 Titles
Jr Gold: Top 16 in 05

Jennifer Elicker (York)
Over $4,100 in scholarships
5 titles
PA Women’s State Record 868

Tyler Herrman(Harrisburg)
Over $5,900 in scholarships
10 Titles
2008 Harry Mack Award Winner

Brent Himmelreich
Over $6,700 in scholarships
11 titles

Alex Ludwig (York)
Over $6,100 in scholarships
9 Titles
2006 Harry Mack Award Winner

JerredPoff (York)
Over $4,000 in scholarships
12 Titles
2004 Harry Mack Award Winner

Bryan Reinsel (Hamburg)
Over $6,300 in scholarships
11 titles

Samantha Santoro (Reinholds)
Over $3,400 in scholarships
3 titles
PA Girls’ Youth Record 859

Liz Seibel (Hellertown)
Over $1,300 in scholarships
4 Titles
Collegiate Rookie of the Year 2009
14th at Jr Gold 08; David Dahms Sportsmanship Winner 2006

Kerry Smith (New Holland)
Over $2,600 in scholarships
1 Title
Collegiate Rookie of the Year 2006
Junior Team USA 2008; 3rd JG 07

Brett Stefan (Florida)
Over $2,200 in scholarships
8 titles
2000 Harry Mack Award Winner

Shane Tetterton
Over $5,700 in scholarships
4 Titles
PA Boys’ Record 889

TJ Trout (Pottsville)
Over $1,000 in scholarships
7 titles

Jason Weaver (Denver)
Over $4,300 in scholarships
11 titles

Dave Woffington (Ephrata)
Over $2,100 in scholarships
7 titles
Jr Gold: 12th in 2002

Ryan Wyandt (West Lawn)
Over $5,100 in scholarships
12 Titles

Harry Mack Award Winners

Posted on: November 10th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

The HARRY MACK MEMORIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD is presented to the PJBT bowler who participates in a majority of events and displays outstanding bowling ability, or marked improvement, and an exemplary attitude.

This award was created many years ago in the name of a good bowling friend and legend, Harry Mack.  Harry Mack was a local bowling coach from the Reading Area who was a great influence on growing junior bowling in that area.  Mack coached many of our youth until he passed away a couple of years ago.  With his passing, this award was named in his honor.  Mack was also an integral supporter of the start of the PJBT back in 1999 with Michele (Micki) Woods, who helped start the idea of PJBT years ago.

2018-2019:  Isaac Erickson

2017-2018:

2016-2017:

2015-2016:

2014-2015:  Jack Celmer

2013-2014: Bradley Crouse

2012-2013:  Kevin Beers

2011-2012: Owen Darby

2010-2011:  Jennifer Elicker (Sparks)

2009-2010:  Jennifer Elicker (Sparks)

2008-2009:  Travis Celmer

2007-2008:  Tyler Herrman

2006-2007:  Travis Celmer

2005-2006:  Alex Ludwig

2004-2005:  David Knight Jr.

2003-2004:  Jerred Poff

2002-2003:  Jason Blouch

2001-2002:  Travis Celmer

2000-2001:  Ben Boyer

1999-2000:  Brett Stefan

High Challenge

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

These are the Top 5 Challenge Shot Average Bowlers So Far in the 2021-2022 Season

Best Match Play

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

Top Match Play Record Bowlers for 2021-2022 Season

 

High Series

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

Best High Series Bowlers for 2021-2022 Season

Scholarship Earnings

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

Scholarship Earning for 2021-2022 Season

The PJBT has awarded over $1,300,000 in scholarships.

 

Point Standings

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

The more events you bowl, the better your chances of earning an entry into the PJBT Invitational Championships at End of Season.

Bowlers with 11 participation points during the regular season are automatically eligible for the Invitational.

Earn 1 point per event and 2 points per major.

If a division does not have 72 bowlers with 11 participation points….the next bowlers in line by points are invited to make a full field of 72 based on point standings.

 

Brackets

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

Updated Bracket List for 2021-2022 Season

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21st ANNUAL BRACKET ROLLOFF TOURNAMENT & SWEEPER TOURNAMENT

SUNDAY, May 29, 2021 — 222 DUTCH LANES 10:30AM START

Win a Bracket – Qualify for this FREE tournament! – Brackets conducted at all PJBT Events

Format:  Each of the first 5 Rounds are conducted are eliminator style.  All the bowlers that show up from Round 1 bowl off in a 2 game eliminator style format.  Half the bowlers from each round advance to the next round.  Example:  10 bowlers / top 5 advance from Round 1 to Round 2.  Bowlers advancing join the Round 2 bowlers for the same format for 5 rounds.  In Round 6, the top 16 bowlers advance to make our 16 bowler bracket.  Head to head matches then begin.  Bracket will do 2 game matches for the Round of 16 and Round of 8.  Once we get to 4 Bowlers, the matches are 1 game LIVESTREAM matches to determine our champion.  It is single elimination — once a bowler loses once or is not in the top half of the eliminator field…they are eliminated.

All Day Sweeper Squads will be going on for our Sweeper Tournament.  Even if you get knocked out early or bowl later….come out early and bowl Travis’ sweeper tournament.  Offers multiple divisions and singles/doubles.  Sweeper squads are 3 games and done and you can re-enter as many times as you like.

Invitational Fund

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

50 cents of each entry goes to the prize fund for the PJBT Invitational Championship.

SUNDAY, JUNE 7th, 2020 AT LIMERICK BOWL!  DON’T MISS IT!

 

 

Honor Scores Chart

Posted on: November 7th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

Honor Score Chart for the 2020-2021 Season

 

Adult Keystone Bowlers Tour 2022-2023

Posted on: November 6th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

The “PJBT Adult Series of Events” is back again with tournament directors Nick & Ben Rynes.

The new Keystone Bowlers Tour kicks off this Season with multiple events across our region for CASH prizes.  Event payouts based on entries.

See Flyer for All Details!

 

PJBT Championship Weekend 2022

Posted on: November 6th, 2014 by Anthony Ramirez

Entry blanks are now available for the 2022 Championship Weekend on June 3rd.

Mark your calendars for the first full weekend in June 2022.

The 23rd annual PJBT Championship Weekend features…

All events held at:

Limerick Bowl

653 West Ridge Pike, Limerick PA

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