The annual award, named in honor of the former Young American Bowling Alliance Executive Director, recognizes star qualities, including distinguished bowling performance, academic achievement and civic involvement in a male United States Bowling Congress Youth member who competes in bowling and currently is in high school or college. The award winner, selected by the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee, receives a $6,000 scholarship.
“I am tremendously thankful for this wonderful award,” Sidari said. “To be nationally honored for my hard work and dedication to the sport of bowling is the most heartwarming feeling I can get. Being awarded with the Chuck Hall Scholarship motivates me to work even harder to benefit those around me and continue to help my community through the sport of bowling.”