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Florida’s Young repeats in Teen Masters

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Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 4:30 am

Last Sunday, bowling fans had a tripleheader with the Teen Masters, Regional Players Invitational and the PBA50 Tour finals. The Teen Masters Grand Championship featured a rematch of last season’s finalists, which Florida’s Greg Young also won. He won his second straight $64,000 scholarship package, the richest scholarship prize in the sport, by beating Ashley Dunn of Palmdale, Calif., in a one-ball roll-off after the best-of-two-game match ended in a tie.

Dunn, who was swept in the 2012 title match, got the upper hand when she won the first game, 179-160, but Young sent the match into sudden death with a 184-153 decision in game two. In the roll-off, Young struck and Dunn left the 2-4-5 to hand Young the victory.

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