High Scores (9/14/2017)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

800 League

Matt Heesaker: 706

Adam Schmit: 692 - 279

Jim Gaestel: 677

Nate Painter: 656


Riviera Lanes

Thursday American Oldtimers

Gleen Borley: 698

Tom Karman: 671


Thursday National Oldtimers

John LeClait: 729

Joe Chizek: 723

Gary Veryheyden: 627


Ten High Hardball Busters

Mike Fabry: 694

Mike LaFave: 685

Paul Phillips: 667

Tim White: 656

Dann Horkman: 650

High Scores (9/13/17)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Macho Men

Dave LaBar: 655


Paper Converting

Mark Matthews: 799 - 278

Brian Flegel: 717

Reggie Doxtater: 688

Andy Paluch: 675 - 277

Mike Ostertag: 671

Paul Chaudoir: 661 - 299

Barry Thompson: 653


Women's Classic

Valerie Verheyen: 658

Michelle Bartoletti: 652

Briana Cubito: 629

Wendy LaFave: 610

Kim Hoffmann: 607

Rachel Huben: 588

Taylor Grant: 587

Sally Nolan: 578

Mary Laurent: 577


3 Lucky Strikers

Chris Delfosse: 682


Riviera Lanes

Green Bay Major

Matt Heesasker: 713

Jake Ziebarth: 674

Alex Boulanger: 663

John Vanlangendon: 663


Golden Guys

Rory Johnson: 731 - 279

Craig Hoppe: 710

Corby Litke: 703

Zak Francois: 693 - 279

Dave Seiler: 672

Randy Benz: 670

Jamie Seidl: 656

Heath Miller: 651


High Scores (9/12/2017)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Odd Balls

David Lundy: 781 - 299
Paul Schmit: 725
Tony Olesewski: 715
Shawn Luedtke: 682

Dan Derpinghaus: 671

Tim Springstroh: 653


Riviera Lanes

Tuesday Morning Seniors

Tom Martell: 653


P&G Matinee

Gary Burkart: 697

John Schmitz: 655


Riviera 973

Jake Kozup: 767 - 300

Eric Puyleart: 761 - 276

Aaron Johnson: 755 - 276

Wade Bisick: 745 - 279

Jeff Lee: 745

James Feng: 739
Tom Karman: 722
Jordan Jarosinski: 718

Chad Kallio: 710
Ken Englebert: 703
Dan Bourassa: 697
Jon Koltz: 696
Jeff Desjardins: 695
Greg Bowman Sr.: 686
Bob Hess: 682
Aaron Bisick: 679
Chris Spychalla: 675
Jack Siharaj: 675
Wayne Teske: 674
Chad Kielpikowski: 673
Corby Litke: 656
Glen Borley: 652
Kevin Guns: 652
Marty Brice: 651
Bill Harris: 650

High Scores (9/11/2017)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Green Bay Tavern

Randy Woldt: 702 - 289
Chris Campbell: 673

Mark Wyro: 660


Keglers Klassic

Kevin Moseng: 678


3 Man Classic

Scott Weber: 711
Justin Doxtater: 675
Randy Wilde: 669
Reggie Doxtater: 667

High Scores (9/9/2017)

Riviera Lanes

Riv's Rowdies

Rory Johnson:  699 - 279

Mike LaFave: 676 - 279

Beth Polomis: 591


Kewaunee Bowl

Saturday Rolling Swingers

Holly Walker: 604

High Scores (9/7/2017)

Riviera Lanes

Thursday National Oldtimers

Steve Weigert: 684
Joe Chizek: 677

Todd Kraynik: 633


Thursday American Oldtimers

Glen Borley: 666


Ten High Hardbull Busters

Troy Nockerts: 722
Dick Francini: 699

James Feng: 694

Dave Schlough: 680

Dann Horkman: 676

Jeff Ernst: 670

Gary VerHeyden: 668

John Kahl: 667

Scott Piontek: 658

Tim White: 657

Butch Miller: 651

High Scores (9-6-17)

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Paper Converting

Dan Pflugradt: 740
Al Aichele: 719 - 279

Dave Stary: 716 - 279

Dave Laundrie: 695

Tim McDermid: 687

Jim Moureau: 670


Kewaunee Bowl

Wednesday 3 Man Classic

Jeremy Jackson: 720 - 289
Tom Sweeney: 689 - 279

Wisconsin Open Championships Tournament In Green Bay Concludes

This past weekend marked the conclusion of the 115th Annual Wisconsin State Open Championship Tournament held right here in Green Bay.

Over 1960 teams competed in their divisions at Riviera Lanes.

There were also over 5020 sets of doubles and singles that competed at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley​ over the past 18 weekends.

In all, over 89,000 games were bowled at the 2 centers.  There were 35 300 Games, and 10 800 series during the event.  ​

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE UNOFFICIAL RESULTS provided by the WI State USBC BA.​

Notable Local Scores

Green Bay had a great showing in the tournament.  Check out the local bowlers who made the top 25 in each event below.

Team Division 1
"ABA - Out" is currently 2nd place in Division 1 (3665)
"20th Century Lanes -Denmark" is in 24th place in Division 1 (3517)

Team Optional Scratch
"ABA - Out" is currently 11th Place (3449)

Doubles Division 1
2nd Place: Simonet, Mark/Wilde, Randy (1566)
8th Place: Olsen Craig/Olsen, Kevin (1514)
14th Place: Becher, Jason/Kamke, Craig (1495)

Doubles Division 2
10th Place: Mertens, Joshua/Holewinski, Garrett (1375)
13th Place: Brunner, Dave/Siolka, Brian (1364)

Doubles Division 3
17th Place: Kraning, Shelley/Kraning, Jeff (1212)

Doubles Optional Scratch
1st Place: Simonet, Mark/Wilde, Randy (1534)
23rd Place: Johnson, Jake/Johnson, Josh (1425)

Singles Division 1
1st Place: Lemmen, Jeff (833)
6th Place: Young, Alex (809)
7th Place: Skenandore, Brad (804)

Singles Division 2
22nd Place: Mertens, Josh (702)

Singles Optional Scratch
1st Place: Lemmen, Jeff (833)
2nd Place: Young, Alex (799)

All Events Division 1
13th Place: Brien, Michael Jr. (2247)

All Events Division 2
1st Place: Lamers, Allan (2150)
6th Place: Mertens, Joshua (2050)
18th Place: Lackey, Kelli (1996)

All Events Optional Scratch
16th Place: Wilde, Randy (2179)
23rd Place: Lemmen, Jeff (2156)

300 Games
Brad Skenandore

800 Series
Jeff Lemmen: 299-277-257=833
Randy Wilde: 256-299-289=844

A big thanks go out to all the local volunteers who helped make this event a huge success.  The team at Riviera Lanes decided to take a quick photo before packing up. Hosting the largest state tournament in the country is no small feat!

Next year, the Women roll into town, stay tuned for more details on how you can volunteer.​

Left to Right: Lee Teske, Wayne Teske, Chuck Kimps, and Ray Lemmen

Top 64/32 Results

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley held their annual Top 64/32 on Monday May 1st.  Check out the results below:

Mens Quarterfinals: Reggie Doxtater 470 def Dave Janssen 363; Kevin Weiss 423 def. Doug Follett 392; John Schermitzler 440 def. Steve March 320; Justin Doxtater 430 def. Tanner Jepsen 428; Scott Weber 509 def. Jake Ziebarth 367; Todd Mielke 447 def. Matt Morgan 423; Jeff Orvis 398 def. Jamie Phillips 385; Matt Heesaker 482 def. Brett Simons 331.

Mens Semifinals (1): Todd Mielke 390, def. Jeff Orvis 367; John Schermitzler 366 def. Justin Doxtater 327; Scott Weber 473 def. Matt Heesaker 392; Reggie Doxtater 378 def. Kevin Weiss 362.

Mens Semifinals (2): Scott Weber 452 def. Reggie Doxtater 370; John Schermetzler 415 def. Todd Mielke 364

Mens Finals: Scott Weber (279, 214 - 493) def. John Schermetzler (171, 244 - 415).  Weber claims his second Top 64 title.

Womens Quarterfinals: Kim Felton 437 def. Caitlyn Polarek 418; Wendy LaFave 374 def. Jordan Shafel 358; Rita Bostedt 416 def. Brianna Cubito 343; Kelli Lemmen 357 def. Beth Polomis 354.

Womens Semifinals: Rita Bostedt 405 def. Kelli Lemmen 386; Wendy LaFave 371 def. Kim Felton 301.

Womens Finals: Rita Bostedt 351 def. Wendy LaFave 276.  Bostedt claims her 3rd Top 32 Title.

New Board Of Directors For Merged Association

On Thursday, April 20th - all members of the Green Bay Bay Area Bowling Association, the Green Bay Area WBA, and the Green Bay Youth Associations were invited to attend a meeting to elect the board of directors for the new Green Bay Area USBC (Merged Association) which will take office for the 2018-2019 Association.  

51 Members attended the meeting to cast their votes.  Below is list of the new board which will take over the association beginning in August of 2018.  During the 2017-2018 season, the new board will be shadowing the 3 current boards to get an idea of how each association currently operates.  The mandate to merge was passed at the USBC National Convention in 2016.​