Let’s work together to engage our athletes and keep a positive outlook as we’re still feeling the difficult effects of the pandemic. Please review the event information below on how your delegation can participate in the 2021 Remote State Bowling Tournament. If your team is not offering bowling this year, your athletes can still compete individually, and we encourage you to pass along the information about how they can do so.
Once the tournament is complete, each participants will receive instructions via email on how to order a FREE bowling T-shirt to commemorate the tournament.
Sunday, December 5: All bowling scores and registrations are due
Wednesday, December 15: Facebook Live celebration
2021 Remote Bowling Participation Options
Bowlers can participate on their own
Individuals may bowl on their own and keep track of their bowling average throughout the season to submit to their coach. Coaches should register these bowlers in Online Registration for Remote Singles and/or Remote Unified Doubles. (Unified bowlers should bowl separately, and their scores should be added together for a total score.)
Bowlers can play a bowling app or video game
Individuals may play a bowling video game from their phone, tablet, computer, Nintendo, Xbox or Playstation. They should keep track of their high score to submit to their coach. Coaches should register these bowlers in Online Registration for “At Home Bowling App or Video Game.”
If COVID-19 numbers improve, bowlers may be able to participate at practice
Currently bowlers may practice with their team as long as they meet the Return to Play criteria. Coaches should register these bowlers in Online Registration for Remote Singles and/or Remote Unified Doubles.