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Posted: Sep 30, 2009  14:10

Kittell Hired to Head Up CDA Youth Bowling


The US Bowling Congress has hired Bonners Ferry resident Lyle Kittell to oversee the Youth Bowling League in Coeur d'Alene. Because of his success and experience organizing bowling leagues in Boundary County, Lyle has been asked to supervise the league,?which will create bowling opportunities for hundreds of youth ages five to twenty.

"The neat thing is that in Coeur d'Alene, bowling will be a high school sport so the kids can letter in it," said Lyle. "NIC will also be forming a college team as well. There are so many scholarships available through bowling. Last year, over $6 million in scholarship money was distributed across the US and we want to take advantage of that."

Lyle will drive down to Coeur d'Alene twice a week to supervise the formation of teams as well as league play. In addition, he will coach the high school team.

Lyle emphasized that a high school league will also be forming in Boundary County soon. The high school league will meet on Tuesdays after school from 4:30pm to 6pm. The youth league will continue to meet on Fridays from 10am to 12pm.

"This will be the best year ever," remarked Lyle. "We are planning on a lot of fun and a lot of scholarships. We're looking for coaches to supervise the kids. No expertise in bowling is required to be a coach."

Sign up for the high school league and the youth league by calling AJ's Lanes at 267-1506.


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