Honor Scores (9/12/2019)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley


James Feng: 768

Wally Georgia: 723

Westside Businessmen

Kevin Kempf: 719

Barry Marthaler: 709

Robert Demro: 704

Riviera Lanes

Thursday National Oldtimers

Stan Grall: 706

Ten High Hardball Busters

Troy Nockerts: 751

William Durfey: 745

Jeff Ernst: 742

Scott Jassen: 700

Honor Scores (9/10/2019)

Village Lanes

Village Nite Out

Lee Smith: 705

Michelle Bukowiec: 652

Valerie Verheyen: 640

Honor Scores (9/11/2019)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Paper Converting

Brandon Kohel: 714

Scott Janssen: 713

Andy Spakowitz: 299

Women's Classic

Morgan Stary: 727

Valerie Verheyen: 659

Makayla Baeten: 650

Tara Silbernagel: 646

Taylor Grant: 623

Kim Felton: 619

Carol Diener: 615

Amy Laurent: 602

Riviera Lanes

Golden Guys

Bryan Maccoux: 762

Craig Hoppe: 747

Corby Litke: 737

Michael Schmit: 717

Mike Matzke: 705

High Scores (9/9/2019)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Green Bay Tavern

Shawn Colwell: 299

3 Man Classic

John Vanlangendon: 733

Riviera Lanes

Riviera Strikers

Lynn Greaves: 643

Shari Kirsch: 628

Amy Laurent: 604

Encompass Vending Riviera Swingers

Jodi Greiling: 669

High Scores (9/7/2019)

Riviera Lanes

Riv's Rowdies

Rory Johnson: 726

Wendy LaFave: 612

Village Lanes

Kings & Queens

Amy Laurent: 697

Honor Scores (9/5/2019)

Riviera Lanes

Ten High Hardball Busters

Scott Janssen: 756

Honor Scores (9/4/2019)

Riviera Lanes

Golden Guys

Craig Hoppe: 759

William Durfey: 711

Jay Havlicek: 702

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Paper Converting

Stacy Mosher: 784

Brandon Kohel: 743

Reggie Doxtater: 731

Women's Classic

Briana Cubito: 675

Morgan Stary: 643

Tara Silbernagel: 624

Ashley Brunette: 603

Village Lanes


Aaron Krueger: 702

Honor Scores (9/3/2019)

Quick Navigation

Riviera Lanes

Riviera 973

Jeff Lee: 760

Jon Koltz: 758

Tom Karman: 752

Hue Vang: 746

USBC Will Lower Youth Membership Maximum Age to 18 Starting With 2020-21 Season

ARLINGTON, Texas – The United States Bowling Congress will lower the maximum age for USBC Youth membership to 18 starting with the 2020-2021 season.

The decision to lower to the maximum age from 20 to 18, with agreement from the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America and the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee, will align bowling with other youth sports.

“Over the last decade, we have made changes to USBC Youth programs and tournaments to provide a model comparable with other youth sports,” IBC Youth Managing Director of Youth Development Gary Brown said. “We moved to age-based divisions, as opposed to average, for events, to provide peer-to-peer competition. Setting the maximum age for youth bowlers to 18 aligns us with the standard of other national youth sports organizations.”

A U18 division will become the top division for the Pepsi Youth and Bowling.com Youth Open Championships for the 2020-2021 season. During the next season, USBC will address how the age change will impact the 2021 Junior Gold Championships, which will have a separate U20 division. Please visit BOWL.com/YouthAgeChange for additional information.

Starting with the 2020-2021 season, USBC Youth membership policy will state youth membership is available to individuals who have not reached the age of 18 prior to Aug. 1 of the current bowling season. The decision to lower the maximum age will directly impact 3.3 percent of the total youth membership. The change also better aligns USBC Youth membership with new regulations from the U.S. Center for SafeSport requiring training for those over 18 who participate in a sport with minors. 

Any USBC Youth member who reaches the age of 18 during the bowling season is required to complete the U.S. Center for SafeSport online education program, which is free, to continue to compete in leagues that have participants under age 18. This requirement was announced with the release of the revised Registered Volunteer Program (RVP) handbook.

The new age limit marks the second time the USBC Youth maximum age has been lowered. In 2009, USBC lowered the maximum age for youth bowlers from 22 to 20.

Visit BOWL.com/Youth to learn more about the youth bowling programs and events.

Bowling Virtual Vault Introduced by bowling museum

The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame is providing fans of bowling – and history – a way to experience the sport from anywhere in the world through an online collection of the many great items in the museum’s vast inventory.

BowlingHeritage.com is the gateway to the Bowling Virtual Vault, which features many of the historic items on display at the museum in Arlington, plus additional collections the museum is not able to display year-round because of space constraints.

“The Bowling Virtual Vault provides access to great memorabilia, and visitors also will learn about the greatest players, teams, moments and so much more about bowling’s history,” said Mike Aulby, President and Chairman of the IBMHOF Board of Trustees. “It’s a fantastic way for those who might not be able to visit the museum to see our outstanding collections. It is a fun and engaging look at bowling for even the most casual fans of the sport.”

Visit BowlingHeritage.com to access the Bowling Virtual Vault.

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