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2014 Mid-Pacific Student Conference

Past Conferences‎ > ‎2012‎ > ‎2012 Competitions‎ > ‎Mini-Games‎ > ‎

Concrete Bowling

1. Each school may enter one team into the competition, where the team is comprised of
one male member and one female member.
2. Standard ten-pin bowling rules apply.
3. Each contestant will have two frames, for a maximum of four bowls.
4. The team with the highest combined score wins the maximum amount of points.
5. The team with the second highest combined score earns 5 points off the maximum
amount of points. The third place team earns 10 points off the maximum score and so on.

1. The bowling ball must have a maximum circumference of 30 inches and a maximum
diameter of 9 inches.
2. The weight of the ball must not exceed 16 pounds.
3. The mix design is at the discretion of each school. However, no resin should be included
in the design.
4. Samples of the components of the mix must be provided at the time of competition.

1. Each team must submit a poster board at the competition (22” x 28”) that must be able to
stand on its own.
2. The poster must have the school’s name, the mix design used, and the construction
3. One 8 ½” x 11” sheet detailing the materials used in the mix design as well as costs of
materials/techniques must be provided for the judges. Teams may use both sides of this

Three judges will preside over the competition. These judges will decide the points given
for aesthetics of the bowling balls and posters.

Bowling Competition Point Distribution
Engineering Mix Design                 10
Bowling Ball Aesthetics                 15
Poster Board Display Aesthetics    10
Bowling                                        65
Total                                            100

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