C. C. Young’s “Young Strikers” Team competing in the National Senior League’s
National Wii Bowling Tournament
Since February 14th the “Young Strikers” from C. C. Young Retirement Community, located in Dallas, Texas, began competing in the only National Wii Bowling Tournament for seniors presented by the National Senior League. The “Young Strikers” team comprised of eight seniors ranging in ages from their 50s to the late 90s, hope to oust the three time defending national champs, the “SAS Strikers” from Florida. The Young Strikers have been practicing with Coach Jerome Lewis, C. C. Young’s Wellness Coordinator, since last year and are bowling their way to victory and on their way to upset the three-peat “SAS Strikers”.
The National Wii Bowling Championship features 10 weeks of play with a webcast production of the Final Championship in October. The National Wii Bowling Tournament is open to all senior communities, including independent living communities, assisted living, nursing homes, adult day care centers, rehab centers, affordable housing communities, and senior centers. Last year’s tournament included over 120 senior teams from across the country that competed virtually without ever leaving their own communities.
Fans are following the "Young Strikers" at their weekly matches and online at www.nslgames.com/master/team/profile/300