SUNRISE, Fla. – Mable Cummins was part of the Junior Team USA that competed at the 2017 Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas.
Even for a bowler with numerous accomplishments to her name, the tournament was a huge success.
Cummins, an Elburn resident and Kaneland High School student, finished atop the standings in five of six events, was runner-up in the other event, and was part of an overall title for the Junior B team at the tournament, which was held at Strikers Family Sportscenter.
Cummins teamed with Allie Leiendecker to win Junior B female doubles with a pinfall of 2,365. She and Anthony Neuer won mixed doubles with a score of 2,433, and Cummins, Leiendecker, Neuer and Richard Paul III won mixed doubles with a 6,188 pinfall.
In singles play, Cummins had a pinfall of 2,229 and narrowly finished second to Leiendecker (2,287).
Cummins was the all-events champion for Junior B females with a 6,320 pinfall across 32 games of singles, doubles, mixed doubles and mixed team play. The Junior B quartet of Cummins, Leiendecker, Neuer and Paul collectively finished atop the standings with a combined pinfall of 24,485.
The Tournament of the Americas saw 10 countries from North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean represented in the field.