Bohn was on a roll, shooting 226 in the seventh game to overtake Shaqeem and moving 34 pins ahead when the Malaysian managed only 177. Tan also stepped up his pace with 226, 257 and 220 to move into third spot, just one pin off Shaqeem.
Bohn, son of the illustrious two-time PBA Player of the Year, PBA Hall of Fame (2000), USBC Hall of Fame (2008) and winner of 35 titles Parker Bohn III, ended with 188 to clinch the title with 1745. Tan finished the strongest with 222 to claim second spot with 1744, just one pin behind.
Shaqeem could only finish with 171 in his final game to settle for third position with 1694. Aphichat and Ryan Toh of Singapaore's Bowling is Science Academy shared fourth position with 1691 each. The top three winners were awarded a trophy, a bag, a bowling ball and a pair of bowling shoes each.
Meanwhile in the girl's division, Althea Dang, who also finished first runner-up last year, bagged the Under-15 title by a comfortable margin of 99 pins. Singapore's Danielle Tam was the early leader after an opening game of 225.