High Five - July 2013 July 18, 2013 High Five recognizes the accomplishments of USBC Youth bowlers.Click here for the form to submit a USBC Youth bowler for the High Five section.Previous High Fives: April 2013 | March 2013 | Jan. 2013 | Dec. 2012Nov. 2012 | Oct. 2012Amy Quick, 17, left, of Oviedo, Fla., rolled games of 241, 278 and 256 for a 775 series on Jan. 19, 2013, during the Radical Rollers League at the Oviedo Bowling Center. The 775 is the highest series bowled by a youth girl at Oviedo Bowling Center. On Aug. 21, 2012, Amy bowled the only certified 300 at the center by a youth girl.Dylan Van Wyk, 11, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, was averaging 195 in the Saturday morning juniors and seniors youth league at Mahaska Bowl. On Nov. 10, 2012, he put together games of 247, 250 and 260 for a 757 series. It was his second 700 series of the month in the league but the first time he had broken the 750-series mark.Zackary Carrie, 20, left, of Greenwood Ind., rolled two perfect games on May 4, 2013, during the Indiana State USBC Youth Association State Championships at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend. He started singles with games of 186 and 209 before rolling a 300 game for a 695 series. He started doubles with a 222 game, had another 300 game, and finished with a 196 for a 718 series. Zackary was awarded two $100 scholarships for his achievement. Adam Joseph Reine, 15, left, of Shreveport, La., bowls in the Senior Youth League at Holiday Lanes in Bossier City, La., where he averages 198. A bowler for eight years, he picked up the sport after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 relocated him and his family to Shreveport. He recently was selected by the Northwest Louisiana USBC Association as the Area Male Youth Bowler of the Year. An honor student at Loyola College Prep and a member of the school's bowling team, he earned district male Most Valuable Player and first team all-district honors. At the 2013 Youth Spring Fling Tournament, he was the overall male winner and took first in the U15 Division with a 694 series. Each summer, Adam volunteers as a Summer Bowling Camp Coach for youth ages 5-10.Natalia, left, and Brian Delgado of Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, participated in the Puerto Rico Youth Open Championship, which features the best young bowlers from the island, in June. Natalia, 10, competing in the 10-and-under scratch division, took first in singles, doubles, team, and all-events. She also took high game and high series honors. Brian, 9, participated in the 10-and-under handicap division and took first in singles, doubles, team and all-events. He also had the high game and high series in his division.