To All Coaches and Youth Directors,
Entries are Closed for 2016
2016 Current Reservations updated 4/15/2016
Saturdays 8:30am 14 teams and 28 sets of doubles, 11:30am 22 teams and 44 sets of doubles, 2:30pm 22 teams and 44 sets of doubles
Sundays 8:30am 22 teams and 44 sets of doubles, 11:30am 22 teams and 44 sets of doubles, 2:30pm 14 teams and 28 sets of doubles
Advanced ordering starts today…….
This is the 20th Anniversary Edition of the IN/KY All Stars shirt. Normally this is only available to parents and participants. But this year only we are offering it anyone. They will include names of all past bowlers on the back of the shirt as well as the 2016 team members.
So if you bowled in this tournament in the past don’t miss out, get your own shirt.
Advanced ordering only and shirts will be shipped out right after the event, unless you are present then you will be able to pick them up there.
Shipping is included in the price of the shirt and is non-refundable.
Link to our online order page.
Ordering will only be available online at the link above.
ARLINGTON, Texas – The United States Bowling Congress has revoked approval of two Motiv brand bowling balls and removed them from the list of balls approved for competition effective today, March 15, 2016. The revocation comes after USBC determined that the Jackal and Jackal Carnage balls do not comply with current specifications and requirements in the USBC Equipment Specifications and Certifications Manual.
USBC testing showed a significant percentage of the Jackal and Jackal Carnage, both produced by Motiv, exceeded the maximum 0.060″ differential radius of gyration standard specification during spot checks of bowling balls in the field. Both balls were originally approved based on test balls submitted by Motiv. The Jackal had been approved for competition in Sept. 2014 while the Jackal Carnage was approved for use in late Dec. 2015.
The following section of the Equipment Specifications and Certifications Manual details USBC governance in this situation:
The USBC possesses the right to spot check bowling balls during the course of the year. USBC approval may be revoked if it is determined that the production balls are significantly different than the submitted test balls or do not comply with current specifications and requirements outlined in the USBC Equipment Specifications and Certifications Manual.
Pursuant to the penalties outlined in the USBC Equipment Specifications and Certification Manual, Motiv is placed on probationary status with USBC for one year, and subject to a fine of $16,000.
Unapproved bowling balls may not be used in USBC certified competition. Bowlers who used the Jackal or Jackal Carnage in competition on or before March 15, 2016 with no prior knowledge of their ball being out of specification would not be subject to forfeiture under USBC rules.
Go to www.BOWL.com/EquipAndSpecs to learn more about the USBC’s equipment specifications.
Effective immediately if a bowler is found to be using this ball in a ISUSBCYA Tournament your scores will be disqualified. Coaches please make sure your bowlers have been advised.
Coaches, Parents, Bowlers and Youth Directors.
To help make your Team photos the best they can be please do not wear dark colored shirts as this may cause extremely dark photos and may not look the best.
Also in regards to photos TEAM BOWLERS please make sure you are on your lanes at least 45 minutes before your actual start time so we can get your photos done quickly and be able to start our squads on-time.
Parents anyone interested in Action Photos must sign up at the photographers table with your child’s lane and shirt color. Also please note it takes extra time for John to do the action photos so if you sign up please buy a group of photos.
Lastly remember that John Got U Photography donates to this association for our scholar efforts
Many Thanks to everyone coming to the state tournament and Safe Travels in the coming weeks,
Your ISUSBCYA Officers and Board of Directors