Sixteen-year-old Brooke Law’s success in bowling makes her a top contender in local, state, and national tournaments.
The Ray-Pec High School Junior is a 4-time Missouri State Pepsi champion in two divisions (U15/U17), and this year placed 31st at the national Junior Gold U17 Tournament. Earlier this year, on Feb. 2, 2019, she bowled a perfect game (300).
She added to her lengthy bowling resume with more awards at the Oct. 20 Hall of Fame Banquet for the Greater Kansas City USBC:
She is a member of the United States Bowling Congress, the national governing body for bowling. Three times, she has been named the Greater Kansas City USBC Youth Female Bowler of the Year. This year marks the second time for her to be honored as the Youth Female High Average Winner.
Aside from the national tournament, she primarily competes around the Kansas City area and throughout the state of Missouri. This year, she plans to start traveling to other states for tournaments.
Brooke has been bowling since 2011 for the youth program at Aaron’s Family Fun Center in Belton.
In 2016, she was recognized for bowling 11 strikes in a row during a game and was honored as Greater KCMO USBC Star of Tomorrow. In 2017, she was the Greater KCMO USBC Special Recognition Award winner. As a freshman, she bowled for the Ray-Pec High School Bowling Club for one season. In 2018, she was recognized as the Hy-Vee Athletes of the month.
At the moment, Brooke Law is focused on softball. She plays third base for the Ray-Pec High School Panthers, who are competing in the tournament for the state championship. Ray-Pec plays Kickapoo at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, in the quarterfinals.
But when softball season is over, she will return to competing in her other sport: bowling. #peopleofraypec
Junior Brooke Law added to her lengthy bowling resume with more awards at the Oct. 20,2019, Hall of Fame Banquet for the Greater Kansas City USBC.