–––––– SINGLES ENTRY FORM –––––– Sunday & Monday, June 21-22, 2020
INSTRUCTIONS: Any eligible high school bowler wanting to enter the SINGLES Event only needs to complete this online registration, parent insurance waiver form and payment for $70 per INDIVIDUAL.
- See complete rules for eligibility, event and tournament information -
If paying by credit card, either online or by phone, there also is a $3 CC processing fee. If paying by check, please make checks payable: U.S. High School Foundation, or, USHSBF.
6687 NW 110th Way
Parkland, FL 33076
2019/20 State Final Place:
Current Grade Year
Season High Game
High School Average
I hereby submit the above-listed entry/entries for the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship tournament; and certify to our acceptance of the general regulations governing this tournament and to the eligibility of our representatives under the tournament rules of eligibility.
TOURNAMENT INFORMATION – SINGLES Event
DATE: June 21-22, 2020 (Singles – Sunday, 9 a.m.)
ENTRY FEE: $70* – SINGLES *Individuals not participating with a team
HOST: U.S. High School Bowling Foundation –
CONTACT: Michael Nyitray, Tournament Director
Phone: (954) 816-1394
VENUE: S&S Western Bowl USBC CERTIFIED TOURNAMENT: #08311
56383 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
ELIGIBILITY & RULES – SINGLES EVENT
ELIGIBILITY #1: Must have qualified in their 2019-20 high school bowling State Championship, State Finals, etc. or its equivalent. All State high school bowling programs are eligible to compete in the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship.
Individuals that competed as either a SINGLES entry or with a school team must have been listed on the submitted school singles/team roster to their respective State high school bowling tournament organization. This INCLUDES graduating/graduated Seniors, as they participated at the 2019-20 State Championships, Finals, etc.
ELIGIBILITY #2: Any bowler or team that set a new State or National RECORD during the current season automatically earns eligibility to enter the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship tournament, regardless of whether they do or do not qualify for their most recent State Championship, State Finals, etc. or its equivalent.
DISQUALIFICATION: ANY Singles entry and/or school team found to have one or more bowlers competing in the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship that did not participate is their most recent high school bowling State Championship, Finals, etc. or its equivalent will be DISQUALIFIED from the competition and will forfeit their entry fee, standing in the tournament, and any prizes they might or may have received.
SINGLES Event - RULES/REQUIREMENTS/RESTRICTIONS
All bowlers that are registered in the "Team" event (Day 1) in the 2019-20 State Championship are automatically entered in the "Singles" Event (Day 2) of the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship.
Bowlers from all “Team” entries are not required to participate and/or complete the “Single” Event during the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship.
SINGLES UNIFORM: ALL bowlers are required to wear his or her school 'colors' and/or competition uniform during the "Singles" Event of the 2020 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship.
All other USBC rules will apply during both TEAM and SINGLES events. This is a USBC certified event.
Sunday, 6/21 – SINGLES FORMAT – QUALIFYING
DAY 2 of 3 – Boys "Singles" Division & Girls "Singles" Division
(Number of bowlers advancing is based on a maximum field of 700 Singles bowlers)
QUALIFYING ROUND: All bowlers play 4 games of regular bowling, moving lanes after each game.
The top 150 bowlers in each boys and girls divisions with the highest FOUR-game total pinfall will advance to Survivor Round 1 on Sunday at 7 p.m. Total pinfall for each bowler will carry over into the next round.
Sunday, 6/21: Boys (from Teams) -----------------------> 9 a.m. Sunday, 6/21: Girls & Boys (Singles only) -------------> 2 p.m.
•7 p.m. SURVIVOR ROUND 1: All bowlers, per division, in the top-150 will play 1 additional game of regular bowling. The top 75 bowlers with the highest FIVE-games of total pinfall in each division will advance to Survivor Round 2 on Monday morning at 9 a.m. Total pinfall for each bowler will carry over into the next round.
Monday, 6/21: SINGLES – SURVIVOR ROUNDS
DAY 3 of 3 – Boys & Girls "Singles" Division
9 a.m. SURVIVOR ROUND 2: All bowlers in the top-75 will play 1 additional game of regular bowling.
The top 32 bowlers with the highest SIX-games of total pinfall in each division will advance to Survivor Round 2. Total pinfall for each bowler will carry over into the next round.
10:30 a.m. SURVIVOR ROUND 3: All bowlers in the top-32 will play 1 additional game of regular bowling.
The top 16 bowlers with the highest SEVEN-games of total pinfall in each division will advance to Survivor Round 3. Total pinfall for each bowler will carry over into the next round.
11:45 a.m. SURVIVOR ROUND 4: All bowlers in the top-16 will play 1 additional game of regular bowling.
The top 8 bowlers with the highest EIGHT-games of total pinfall in each division will advance to Survivor Round 4. Total pinfall for each bowler will carry over into the next round.
1 p.m. "ELITE EIGHT" SURVIVOR ROUND 5: All bowlers in the top-8 will play 1 game of regular bowling. The top 4 bowlers with the highest EIGHT-games of total pinfall in each division will advance to "Final Four" Survivor Round 6. The bowler with the highest total pinfall after the Elite Eight Survivor Round 5 (9 games) will be automatically seeded in the Championship Survivor Match and will receive a bye in the "Final Four" Survivor Round 6! ALL PINFALL IS DROPPED FOR THE 'FINAL FOUR' ROUND.
2 p.m. "FINAL FOUR" SURVIVOR ROUND 6: Three bowlers (2nd, 3rd, and 4th highest total pinfall) will play 1 game of regular bowling. The top single-game score of the three bowlers of the "Final Four" Survivor Round 6 will advance to the "Championship" Survivor Round 7. ALL PINFALL IS DROPPED FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND.
3 p.m. "CHAMPIONSHIP" SURVIVOR ROUND 7: All bowlers play 1 game of regular bowling.
The highest game in each division will be declared the winner of their respective divisions. The individual boys and girls winners will be the 2020 Boys "Singles" U.S. High School Bowling National Champion and 2020 Girls "Singles" U.S. High School Bowling National Champion.
Both "Singles" National Champions will earn National Championship "Singles" RINGS!
U.S. High School Bowling Foundation
6687 NW 110 Way
Parkland, FL 33076
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