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Uniform Regulations - Bowling

All players must wear the same sleeved, bowling shirt which conforms to school/OHSAA regulations. At a minimum the shirt must have the name of the school or school nickname as identified in the OHSAA School Directory on the back. The name of the school or school nickname must be at least 1 inch in height. All bowlers must wear the same color pants. No jeans or cotton sweat pants are permitted. If nylon warm-ups are worn, they must be worn by the entire team and be identical in style and color. Girls are permitted to wear skirts and/or shorts provided the skirts/shorts are of the same color as the pants and are no shorter than the end of the bowler’s index finger when standing. Girls uniforms may be mixed. Pants should be worn at waist level and not sag or touch the floor. Cargo, yoga pants, jeggings, leggings, and painter pants (i.e. pants with side pockets) are not permitted. Headbands, if worn, must be of a solid color, bear no markings. Headbands do not need to be the same color for each team member. It is not necessary for all members of a team to wear a headband. Manufacturer logos (Nike, Adidas, etc) are permitted, on uniforms (not headbands) but not Bowling Center logos. See General Sports Regulations regarding permissibility and size of manufacturer’s and other (patriotic) logos. Currently there is no necessity to have a number on an individual bowler’s uniform. Conferences/Leagues may have their own requirements.