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2019 WINNER

MANAGER OF THE YEAR
Will Huefner

William ‘Will’ Huefner has a passion for bowling and has dedicated most of his youth and adult life to this sport and has given back to the sport on many levels ranging from youth bowling all the way up to his adult years!

Since 2014 Mr. Huefner has managed Beale Lanes located at Beale Air Force Base and he has nearly doubled its revenue and the center is now open 7 days a week to handle the bowlers and military personal. This is amazing and can be directly attributed to the hard work, dedication and loyalty to the sport of bowling and the industry as a whole!

2019 WINNER

YOUTH DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR
Tammie Myers

Tammie Meyers has been a key part of youth bowling in the Yuba Sutter area going back tto the 90’s at Yuba City Bowl. She currently runs the Youth Program at Nu Generation Lanes ad has been for almost 20 years. She single handedly spearheaded bringing scholarships to the youth programs in the early 2000’s and since then has given out over $35,000 in scholarships. Tammie coordinates all of the youth tournament dates, transportation, hotels, and even set up fundraisers to help offset cost or even to beef up the scholarship funds! Much of this was done on her personal time and many times with her own money with little to no help unless the parents and kids pitched in! Thank You Tammie!

2019 SOT WINNER

ROMAN HEATH SELECTED AS 2019 STAR OF TOMORROW WINNER

Roman Heath resides in Modesto and has been bowling since the age of 7. He has countless numbers of accomplishments in bowling including 9 USBC certified 300 games, making it on the All Coast Team of 2018 and placing in the top 3 for various NC-JET tournaments. He also placed in the Diddy Watts and the CA Pepsi State tournaments. He’s also interested in one day coaching and helping bowlers with their game! He is a very well-rounded young man!

2019 HOF MERITORIOUS SERVICE RECIPIENT – PARKER

2019 Hall of Fame Inductee
ROSIE PARKER

Rosie Parker has been involved in bowling for over 55 years and is the newest Past President of the CUSBC. She has served the California bowlers for many years and she has always been very diplomatic and empathetic when it comes to explaining rules etc. She has kept bowling at a high level of integrity and has always respected bowling and bowlers.

2019 HOF SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE RECIPIENTS

2019 Hall of Fame Inductee
MARV SARGENT

Marv Sargent, who was born in San Diego and raised in El Cajon started bowling at a young age and has never looked back! He joined adult leagues when he turned 17 and bowled his first Cal-State tournament in San Diego the next year. He has bowled in many State Tournaments since then and has done quite well! He boasts over 8-800’s, many 300’s, and a high average of 233. He was the P.B.A. Western Region Bowler of the Year in 2002. He has so many accomplishments there are too many to list here!

 

2019 Hall of Fame Inductee
MICHELE CARTER

Michele Carter, who also resides in San Diego, has a certified high average of 220, 12-300 games and 3 certified 800 series. She has bowled in many of the California State Tournaments and was the winner of the 2002 CWBA All-Events.

2019 HELEN DUVAL VETERANS TOURNAMENT

HOSTED BY STOCKTON USBC

Open to USBC members: Men, Women and Youth!

BVL qualifying winners from each division will represent their local association in this tournament.

Saturday, March 23, 2019

West Lane Bowl
3900 West Lane
Stockton, CA 95204
(209) 466-3317

OFFICIAL RESULTS (pdf)

All BVL winners will receive a BVL jacket and medallion. Awards can be picked up from the CUSBC Convention in June from local associations.


Congratulations CALIFORNIA for the highest BVL donation in the nation for the 2017-18 season – $106,488. Presented at the USBC National Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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