Bowling camp was a perfect fit for them.
A gathering of kids took part in Sandusky Recreation’s Stay in your Lane bowling camp on Wednesday at Star Lanes.
Consistently, members took in the basics of bowling — balance, footwork, handwork, bending the ball and then some — from Maxx Tamburrino, Jeff Lizzi and Itai Yancey.
As a university public boss in bowling and aide mentor for bowling at Perkins High School, Tamburrino had the option to share his insight. The bowlers further developed their abilities every day and had the option to make strikes and get extras.
The children “acquired trust in their capacities and they’re glad for themselves,” Yancey said.
Yancey moved on from Sandusky High School in 2020 and holds a few school records for bowling. He’s additionally in the bowling crew at the University of Northwestern Ohio.
Lizzi grew up around bowling. He possesses Star Lanes with his sibling, John. Lizzi said the bowling alley is his second home since his grandparents constructed it. He additionally invested energy in the PBA Tour.
“I like to acquaint kids with bowling and show them the correct method to get things done so they appreciate it more,” Lizzi said. “Any child who tosses drain balls all day will get exhausted and not have any desire to bowl any longer.”
He appreciates training and helping other people succeed. Lizzi noticed how 7-year-old Jerry Hodgkinson was stunned when he found he could hit the pins without requiring the guards along the path.
Bowling is a game for anybody paying little heed to age, Lizzi said.
“It’s an extraordinary family sport in light of the fact that the entire family can do it,” he added.