Youth Bowling Tournaments

South Dakota High School Bowling Association athletes are eligible to compete in outside scholarship tournaments. We have compiled several of the largest local and national youth bowling tournaments that our bowlers frequently take part in.

Frank P. Maltese Youth Championships

The Frank P. Maltese Youth Championships is an annual youth scholarship bowling tournament held at Sport
Bowl in Sioux Falls. The scratch event features three divisions based on average: 167 and under, 168-194, and
195 and over.


2021 FPMYC Event
Date: November 21, 2021 @ 9:45 am
Location: Sport Bowl
Event Flier: Download PDF

Howie Kolhoff Invitational

The Howie Kolhoff Invitational youth scholarship bowling tournament has been held annually at Eastway Bowl
in Sioux Falls since 2014 to honor the memory of the late Washington High School bowling coach Howie
Kolhoff. This is a team event that takes place in February after the SDHSBA season has ended.

JST of South Dakota

JST of South Dakota is a rotating youth bowling tour hosting scratch singles tournaments at bowling centers in
Sioux Falls and the surrounding area. JST offers youth bowlers an opportunity to bowl in tournaments and earn
scholarship money. Scholarship money and trophy are awarded every tournament.

junior gold

Junior Gold is the premier national youth bowling tournament held annually for the top male and female youth
bowlers in the United States. Bowlers compete to earn scholarships and spots on Junior Team USA.

pepsi youth championships

The Pepsi USBC Youth Championships is a nationwide tournament open to all USBC Youth members. Beginning
with qualifying during their leagues, youth bowlers have the opportunity to advance to a state finals event and
earn scholarships, where they can compete against bowlers from across their state.


2022 South Dakota State Pepsi Championship
Date: March 18-20, 2022
Location: Huron, SD
Entry Forms: U8/U10, U12/U15/U18

teen masters

Teen Masters is America’s longest running national youth championship event and one of the premier high school
bowling singles tournaments in the country. The first Teen Masters was held in 1997 in Akron, Ohio with the
challenge, “Bring Your Spare Game!” Over twenty years later, the challenge is still the same.