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Posted: Saturday, July 18, 2009 12:00 am

Moake earns YABA, Kamppi Fund awards

By BDN staff

The Tri-City YABA and the Kamppi Scholarship Fund awarded scholarships for the 2008-09 year to four juniors at a recent awards ceremony.

The recipients of the Tri-City Scholarships were:

• Garrett Hyle, the son of Roger and Kelly Hyle of Roscoe. A graduate of Rockford Lutheran High School, he will attend Saint Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. Hyle was a member of the Junior Bowling Association for 10 years and competed in many tournaments in the NIBC conference.

• Jacob Williamson, the son of Wayne and Mary Williamson of Rockton. A graduate of Hononegah High School, he will attend the University of Toledo. Williamson has been a member of the Junior Bowling Association for several years and bowled in four state tournaments.

• Ashley Moake, the daughter of Bill Moake and Denise Jenson, South Beloit. Moake, a graduate of South Beloit High School, will attend Rockford Career College. She has been a junior bowler for several years and participated in two state tournaments. Moake also received the Kamppi Scholarship Fund.

• Michael Borgwardt, the son of Jerry Borgwardt and Mary Beth Ford, Beloit. Borgwardt will attend UW-Rock County. A member of the Junior Bowling Association for six years, he has participated in six state tournaments.

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