Kaylee Hodson and Matt Mosher each bested their opponents by more than 100 pins in the championship round to win the Byrn's Junior Masters Bowling Tournament at Rainbow Lanes in Weedsport Saturday.
Hodson, a five-time qualifier, also won the title in 2015 and 2017. The 17-year-old averaged a 205.7 for 15 games.
Mosher, also a five-time qualifier, was the runner-up in 2017. The 15-year-old averaged a 214.8 over 18 games.
Both bowlers receive a $200 scholarship.
Amber Pidlypchak topped Lily Snyder 704-539 in the semifinals, but fell to Hodson in the championship round 646-512.
Pidlypchak, 15, received a $150 scholarship as the runner-up for a second straight year. She is a four-time qualifier and averaged 184.6 for 21 games.
Snyder, 15, is a two-time qualifier that averaged 174.9 for 15 games. She receives a $100 scholarship for placing third.
Makayla Smith, 15, received a $50 scholarship for finishing fourth. She is a two-time qualifier who averaged 175.7 for 15 games.
On the boys side, Zach Bobbett downed Matt Frtiz in the semifinals 693-613, but Mosher won in the championship round 673-505.
Bobbett, a seven-time qualifier, averaged 214.4 for 21 games. The 19-year-old took home a $150 scholarship for being the runner-up.
Fritz, 18, received a $100 scholarship for placing third. A three-time qualifier, Fritz averaged 205.2 for 24 games.
Parker Miller, 11, placed fourth to win a $50 scholarship in his first time qualifying. He finished with a 172.2 average for 18 games.