Ten High Hardball Busters
Eric Puyleart: 742
Eric Puyleart: 742
The Green Bay Area USBC provides for 3 $1,000 scholarships every year in honor of those who had a tremendous impact on Youth Bowling in our area. This years' scholarships are named after the following: Al Salmon, Rose & Maurice Lawyer, and Leo Delvoye.
This year, the committee awarded an extra scholarship with the Leo Delvoye Award, providing another bowler with a $1,000 scholarship.
This years scholarship winners were:
Andrew is a senior at Pulaski High School and is part of the Village Lanes youth program along with the Green Bay Traveling League. He's been a member for 10 years and has numerous National Honor Counts (700+ series) to his credit. In addition to bowling he participates in the Marching Band, French Club and the National Honor Society. Andrew also volunteers with the Salvation Army, the local homeless shelter and helps at the Lannoye Elementary Boo Bash.
Zach is also a senior at Pulaski High School and is part of the Village Lanes youth program along with the Green Bay Traveling League. He's been a member for 7 years. His bowling accomplishments include being named Bowler of the Year his senior year in the 8th District for the High School program, 1st team all conference his senior year, 2nd team all conference his sophomore year and an 801 series at the state tournament qualifier. In addition to bowling Zach participates in PHS Band, State Solo and Ensemble and baseball. Zach also volunteers for Promote Pulaski, the Pulaski Polka Days Committee and PACE.
Amber is a senior at Bay Port High School and is part of the Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley youth program. She's been a member for 7 years. Her bowling accolades include qualifying for Junior Gold in 2019 & 2020, Pepsi State in 2019, Pepsi Qualifier in 2020, numerous 500/600/700 series, City Tournament honors and being a member of the All Conference Team in the High School program for 2019-2020. Amber is a volunteer for the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament as well as other community activities.
Madison is a senior at Preble High School and is part of the Willow Creek Lanes youth program. She's been a member for 16 years. Her bowling resume includes High Average at the 2016-2017 Youth Nationals Tournament in Indianapolis, many Pepsi Tournament appearances, 1st Team All Conference in the High School program for 2019-2020 along with participating in the All Star Tournament. Besides bowling, Madison participates in FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), Link Crew, track & field, and band. She also volunteers at the Children's Museum and with the local VFW.
The Green Bay Area USBC is proud to award these outstanding bowlers with a scholarship to help pursue their future education. This is in addition to the $5000+ that we award at our annual tournaments to bowlers of all ages.