USA's Doyle, Mason win singles golds at PABCON Youth Article Image
Junior Team USA's Kamron Doyle of Brentwood, Tennessee, and Gazmine Mason of Cranston, Rhode Island, earned the gold medals in singles as the 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Championships kicked off Sunday in Panama.

Doyle started the event off with a bang, firing a 300 game in the first game and totaling 1,511 for six games to take the gold medal. Doyle had games of 300, 270, 222, 214, 269 and 236 en route to a 251.83 average on the day at Bolera Sede in Panama City.

Josh Lee Encarnacion of Puerto Rico earned the silver medal with 1,430, while Junior Team USA's Wesley Low of Palmdale, California, took the bronze medal with 1,408.

Junior Team USA's Michael Tang of San Francisco finished with 1,380 and Greg Young of Viera, Florida, was 12th with 1,317.

On the girls side, Mason fired 1,314 for six games, a 219 average, to earn the gold medal. Mason had games of 211, 154, 218, 225, 248 and 258 in her victory.

Laura Plazas of Colombia finished with the silver medal with 1,257, while Kristie Lopez of Puerto Rico earned the bronze with 1,255.

Junior Team USA's Breanna Clemmer of Clover, South Carolina, took sixth with 1,232, Stephanie Schwartz of Racine, Wisconsin, was ninth with 1,218 and Sydney Brummett of Fort Wayne, Indiana, was 12th with 1,193.

The PABCON Youth Championships, which features teams from the American Zone, awards medals in six events - singles, doubles, trios, team, all-events and match-play Masters.

The event continues today with the doubles event.

At Bolera Sede, Panama City, Panama


Gold - Kamron Doyle, United States, 1,511
Silver - Josh Lee Encarnacion, Puerto Rico, 1,430
Bronze - Wesley Low, United States, 1,408

Complete results


Gold - Gazmine Mason, United States, 1,314
Silver - Laura Plazas, Colombia, 1,257
Bronze - Kristie Lopez, Puerto Rico, 1,255

Complete results