The Zarrella Award

History

Beginning with the 1986 National Duckpin Youth Championships, the Zarrella Award has been presented at the National Tournament.  It goes to the national tournament bowler who bowls the most pins over their three-game average.


The award is named for Tom an Ray Zarrella who owned and operated the Garden City Lanes in Cranston, Rhode Island for 32 years.  After the center closed in 1985, at a banquet held in Tom and Ray's honor, a contribution was made to the NDYA for the creation of this everlasting award.

Zarrella Awardees

2018  -  Hailey Zecchin, Laurel Lanes, Connecticut

                  114 Pins over Average  /  53 Average  /  273 Set       


2017  -  Kara Bonetti, Town Hall Lanes, Rhode Island

                  123 Pins over Average  /  69 Average  /  330 Set


2016  -  Rori Campbell, Glen Burnie Bowl, Maryland 

                  97 Pins over Average  /  72 Average  /   313 Set


2015  -  Devin Roberts, Wickford, Lanes, Rhode Island

                  118 Pins over Average  /  102 Average  /  424 Set


2014  -  Rori Campbell, Glen Burnie Bowl, Maryland  

                  127 Pins over Average  /  83 Average  /  376 Set


2013  -  Randy Shepherd, Victory Lanes, Virginia

                 105 Pins over Average  /  104 Average  /  417 Set


2012  -  Colby Miller, Bowling Academy, Rhode Island

                  101 Pins over Average  /  115 Average  /  446 Set


2011  -  Sydney Brown, Bowlarama, Virginia

                  138 Pins over Average  /  64 Average  /  330 Set


2010  -  Danny DiCarlo, Bowling Academy, Rhode Island

                   85 Pins over Average  /  105 Average  /  400 Set


                  Arianna Ortiz, Meadowbrook Lanes, Rhode Island

                  85 Pins over Average  /  73 Average  /  304 Set


2009  -  Jessica Elison, Johnson's Lanes, Connecticut

                  78 Pins over Average  /  66 Average  /  276 Set


                  A.J. Stroup, Greenmount Bowl, Maryland

                  78 Pins over Average  /  59 Average  /  255 Set


2008  -  Dylan Santos, Glen Burnie Bowl, Maryland

                  86 Pins over Average  /  110 Average  /  416 Set


2007  -  Maria Weddle, Riviera Bowl, Maryland

                  130 Pins over Average  /  66 Average  /  328 Set


2006  -  Danny DiCarlo, Bowling Academy, Rhode Island

                  96 Pins over Average /  94 Average  /  378 Set


2005  -  Vincent Viel, Laurel Lanes, Connecticut

                  107 Pins over Average  /  57 Average  /  278 Set


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2000  -  Nathan Moreau, Hearthside Lanes, Rhode Island

                  122 Pins over Average  /  443 Set


1999  -  Daniel Anderson, Bowlarama, Virginia

                  122 Pins over Average  /  461 Set