The bowling season ended Sunday for youngsters in Henryetta.
At a special awards ceremony at Main Street Bowl, the trophies for the youth league standings as well as most improved and highest averages were handed ou t.
Stony McKay and Celeste Pineda received the most improved awards while Brodie Graffman and Tamra Smith were recognized for maintaining the highest averages.
First place team trophy went to the Super Strikers consisting of Tamra Smith, Brodie Graffman, Ava Lisle and Tyler Sisson.
In second were the Can’t Believe its not Gutter team of Dallas Nation, Colton Morrow, Parks Coble and Israel Sanford.
Taking third was Tiny but Mighty team of Celeste Pineda, Cierra Pineda, Wesley neal and Joey Elliott
Fourth place winners were the Golden Girls, Eternity Sanford, Jacqueline Stidman, Gabriell Belden and Emmalie Stansifer.
Fifth went ot the Tiny but Mighty team 2 of Waylon neal, William Smith, Brylee Smith and Willow Neal.
Six was won by the Star Strikes Austin Russell, Clayton Sturdivan, Devon Russell and C.J. MacElhannon.
Seventh place went to the Rock Stars, KoriKay Stidman, Miranda Lee, lilly Lee and Hannah Bruant.
Eighth place was won by Strike’s Jacob Paden, Andrew Paden, Isiah Osmun.
In ninth was the Dream Team of Stony McKay, Riley Floyd and Phoenix McKay.