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Association News....

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April 12, 2018 -- Medina Boy First in Pepsi Event; Ron Lawrence Triumphs


GRUSBC INDUCTEES: From left, Bill Draper, Dennis Englert and Jan King are the newest members of the Genesee Region USBC Hall of Fame,

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT: GRUSBC President Tom Fluker congratulates Sam Miller of Le Roy upon being selected as the Barbara Krieley Memorial Scholarship winner.

HIGH ROLLERS: Curtis Foss of Medina had the association's high average of 242 while Haylee Thornley of Batavia posted the highest series for girl youth bowlers with 646.

TRAVEL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: The Rose Garden team of Bergen won the GR Youth Travel League this season. From left are Madelynn Pimm, Brooke Jarkiewicz and Devon Zinter.

GRUSBC Inducts 3 into Hall of Fame, Honors Champions

MAY 12, 2018 -- The Genesee Region USBC celebrated a successful 2017-18 bowling season on Saturday night by inducting three people into its Hall of Fame and recognizing association leaders, tournament champions and scholarship recipient.

More than 100 people gathered together at Batavia Downs Gaming for the local bowling association's awards banquet, an annual event that also saw GRUSBC President Tom Fluker hand the leadership baton to fellow Batavian Gary Kuchler.

Fluker had served on the GRUSBC board for nine years, the last six as president -- and was instrumental in expanding the association's youth, awards and scholarship programs.

Kuchler will begin his term as president on Aug. 1.

Three incumbent directors were re-elected to the board -- Patricia Fuller of Medina, Steve Krna of Alexander and Sharon Willet of Dalton.

Dennis Englert of Nunda and Jan King of Dansville were inducted into the Hall of Fame in the Meritorious Service category while Bill Draper of Livonia was enshrined in the Achievement Veteran category.

Englert was a longtime bowling manager at Letchworth Pines and an avid bowler, who suffered a life-altering brain injury when pushed to the floor by an irate patron at Letchworth Pines in January 2015. At last night's dinner, he was surrounded by friends and family, including his wife, Eunice, who worked with him for many years at Letchworth Pines.

King's induction also was witnessed by several family members and friends, while Draper was accompanied by his wife, Gail, and longtime bowling buddy, Doug Johnston.

"I'm truly humbled," Draper said. "When I was a little guy, I never thought that I would make it here. I'm very honored."

Sam Miller of Le Roy, a standout bowler in the Turnbull Heating Junior League at Mancuso Bowling Center in Batavia and in the Genesee Region Youth Travel League, was selected to receive the Barbara Krieley Memorial Scholarship, a $1,000 award for his scholastic and bowling accomplishments. He will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology in the fall.

Association leaders in league play this season were honored as well, including Curtis Foss of Medina, who tied a GRUSBC record by averaging 242 in a league at Oak Orchard Bowl in Albion.

Other 2017-18 adult leaders were Brian Cline of Williamsville, who set an association record with an 858 series; Jackie Jurinich of Medina, 298 game, and Caycee Landers of Brockport, 223 average and 782 series.

In youth bowling, Brody Brown of Medina, had the high game (289) and series (759) and Alex Allis of Medina had the high average (209) for the boys, while Haylee Thornley of Batavia had the high series (646) and Julia Menzie of Bergen had the high game (266) and average (176) for the girls.

The GRUSBC gave away $1,600 through its annual "grand prize drawing" of names of bowlers who earned entries into the drawing through their high scores in league play throughout the season.

Winners of $500 prizes were Janet McDonald of Corfu, Diane Hurlburt of Warsaw and Brian Green of Batavia. Four others won $25 each.

-- Story and photos by Mike Pettinella, GRUSBC Association Manager.


GRUSBC Association Tournament Concludes
Perry, Mount Morris Teams on Top;
Mike Johnson Rolls 2,271 in All-Events

UPDATE -- APRIL 16,. 2018 -- Prize checks are being sent out on Wednesday, April 18. Contact Mike Pettinella at mikep@bowlgr.com if you wish to pick yours up.

MARCH 26, 2018 -- Lofty scores in both the Team and Doubles & Singles events highlighted the final two days of competition over the weekend at the 12th annual Genesee Region USBC Association Tournament.

CLICK HERE for official results.

CLICK HERE for prize list.

The Genesee Region USBC added $600 to the prize fund.

In Open Team action at Mount Morris Lanes, the Dinger Stingers team out of Perry Bowling Center erupted for a 3,513 score with handicap – 3,200 scratch – on Saturday as Nathan Tackentien posted 743, Curtis Hoffman 711, Ryan Wetmore 641, Doug Stratton 615 and Jamie Schery 490.

Their score is 149 pins more than the 3,364 posted on Sunday by the Hello team, also out of Perry, consisting of Chris Huntz (699), Stratton (618), Rachel Van Duser (565), John Huntz (554) and Ben Jaggard (545).

Recipe for Disaster, captained by Batavian Tom Fluker, and Barber's Five, captained by Batavian Gerry Barber, are third and fourth at 3,358 and 3,336, respectively.

The top six teams in the Open division will cash.

In Women's Team play, King & Her Court (Mount Morris Lanes), captained by Jan King, held on to the top spot with 2,444, and Hawks (Medina Lanes), captained by Jackie Jurinich, are in second at 2,408.

Appleby's (Perry Bowling Center), captained by Caroline Appleby, took third at 2,345.

The top three teams in the Women's division will cash.

In Doubles & Singles at Livingston Lanes in Geneseo on Sunday, Batavian Mike Johnson, Byron's Matt Balduf, Bergen's Laurie Morgante and Medina's Hayden Allis posted big scores to lead the way, while Attica's Josh Elliott registered the tournament's only 300 game in the Singles event. It is the 35-year-old right-hander's first USBC-certified perfect game.

Johnson and Balduf combined for 1,506 (all scratch) to run away with the Open Doubles title – with Johnson rolling a 299 to cap an 802 series and Balduf adding 704.

Morgante (616) and Byron's Frank Jarkiewicz (660) placed second at 1,390 with handicap, while Chris Huntz and William Winspear (Perry Bowling Center) are third at 1,381.

The top six teams in Open Doubles will cash.

In Women's Doubles, the mother-daughter duo of Joann and Rachel Van Duser (Perry Bowling Center) moved into first with 1,281 with handicap – 30 pins more than previous leaders Cathi Fournier and Karen Henry (Mount Morris Lanes) and 40 pins more than Dawn Bertrand and Bonnie Wass (Perry Bowling Center).

The top three teams in Women's Doubles will cash.

Morgante (174 entering average) caught fire in Open Singles with 254-211-259 for 724, her first 700 series, and 834 with handicap to edge Allis, who rolled an 822 series (scratch) on games of 279-264-279.

Al Vlietstra of Geneseo and John Wolff of Batavia were third and fourth with 749 and 744 with handicap, respectively.

The top 13 in Open Singles will cash.

Roxanne Clar of Avon posted 652 with handicap to edge teammate Dawn Johnston of Livonia (632) and Fournier and Jeanne Rosa of Perry (628 each) in Women's Singles.

The top six in Women's Singles will cash.

Johnson actually put three high series together en route to winning the Open All-Events title. He had 763 in the Team event, 802 in Doubles and 706 in Singles for a 2,271 score.

Aaron Verheyn of Medina had 2,210 and Scott Gibson of Oakfield is third at 2,113.

The top seven in Open All-Events will cash.

Fournier paced the Women's All-Events with 1,996, followed by Rachel Van Duser at 1,875 and Wass at 1,854.

The top five in Women's All-Events will cash.


Perry, Mount Morris, Bergen Duos Triumph

MARCH 13, 2018 -- Dennis Van Duser and Matt Hurlburt of Perry Bowling Center combined for a 1,350 score with handicap to each win $100 scholarships and trophies at the GRUSBC Association Youth Doubles Tournament at Scopano's Lanes in Oakfield on March 10-11.

The winning duo in Division A topped second-place Ryleigh Culver and Ethan Cramer of Medina Lanes by 115 pins. Culver and Cramer and third-place Aaron Leone and Samantha Hyde of Le Roy Legion Lanes also won trophies.

In Division B, Brad June and Alexis Patterson of Mount Morris Lanes placed first with 1,314 (winning $100 scholarships and trophies), while Paige Snook and Matt Baker of Albion, and Brooke Jurek and Van Duser of Perry placed second and third, respectively.

In Division C, Brendan Pimm and Megan Jarkiewicz took first with 1,261 (winning $100 scholarships and trophies), and were followed by Dominic LaPiana and Hanna McKenzie of Mount Morris, and Josh and Tony Sprague of Mancuso Bowling Center in Batavia.


Le Roy, Perry Teams Win GRUSBC Youth Tournament

FEBRUARY 28, 2018 -- Teams from Le Roy and Perry captured divisional titles at the GRUSBC Association Youth Team Tournament at Le Roy Legion Lanes.

In Division A, the Le Roy team of Trey Prevost, Tyler Klein, Aaron Leone and Samantha Hyde place first with a 2,531 score -- 90 pins better than the Medina team of Lorelei Sanders, Graceland Mahnke, Juliana Allis and Ryleigh Culver.

Ryan Bigsby, Tony Sprague, Sam Miller and James Townsend placed third with 2,412.

In Division B, the Perry squad of Gavin Slocum, Brooke Jurek, Dennis Van Duser and Matt Hurlburt finished on top with 2,536 -- 90 pins better than the Mount Morris team of Alexis Patterson, Britney Rathburn, Brad June and Trenton Willis.

Kyle Regatuso, Ava Tortorice, Hannah McKenzie and Isabel Laney placed third with 2,426.

Members of the first-place teams in both divisions earned $100 scholarships each, while the top three teams in both groups received trophies.


CLICK HERE for GRUSBC Adult-Junior Tournament Results


MASTERS TOP TWO: Tournament director Paul Spiotta, left, congratulates Kevin Gray Jr., center, and Rich Wagner for their 1-2 finish Sunday at the Genesee Region USBC Masters Tournament at Livingston Lanes in Geneseo. Gray took the lead after the fourth game of the eight-game Peterson Point match play finals and held off Wagner with a 213-204 position round victory for the title. Photo by Mike Pettinella.

Warsaw's Gray Jr. Takes Masters Crown

FEB. 11, 2018 -- Kevin Gray Jr. of Warsaw captured the 2018 Genesee Region USBC Masters title today, by defeating defending champion and fellow left-hander Rich Wagner of Warsaw, 213-204, in the position round match of the eight-game Peterson Point competition.

Gray, 36, earned $300, a Masters champion ring and plaque for winning the two-day tournament at Livingston Lanes in Geneseo. This is his second major GRUSBC title in three seasons; he placed first in the Scratch Memorial at Mount Morris Lanes in 2016.

The outcome wasn't decided until Gray struck on his first ball in the 10th frame to shut out Wagner, who entered the match down 44 Peterson Points to Gray.

That meant that Wagner needed to beat Gray by at least15 pins to win the event (30 pins for winning the match and 15 pins for the margin of victory).

Wagner placed second, earning $250, followed by Brian Green of Batavia ($200), Fred Gravanda of Batavia ($150), Chris Bardol of Brockport ($100), Mike Johnson of Batavia ($100), Scott Culp of Lima ($90) and Brady Weber of Perry ($90).

Gray averaged 222 for the eight-game finals - compiling a 7-1 match play record -- and 222 for his 16 games in the tournament (qualifying and semifinals took place on Saturday).

Wagner averaged 218 on Sunday and 227 for the tournament. He earned $250.

Other cashers were (in ninth through 16th place) Jim Pursel of Batavia, Matt Balduf of South Byron, Dean Cadieux Jr. of Oakfield, Geoff Harloff of Batavia, Dana Nowack of Livonia, Joe Trigilio of Attica, Paul Spiotta of Batavia and Josh Elliott of Attica.

The tournament drew 45 entries.

CLICK HERE for final round summary.

CLICK HERE for qualifying and semfinal results.


SCRATCH MEMORIAL FINALISTS: Scott Culp, left, is congratulated by Jerry Blair following the title match of the 64th GRUSBC Scratch Memorial Tournament Sunday (Jan. 7) at Letchworth Pines in Portageville. Culp defeated Blair to successfully defend his crown. 

Culp Repeats as Scratch Memorial Champion

JANUARY 7, 2018 -- Scott Culp of Lima put on a dominating performance over the weekend to capture his second straight Genesee Region USBC Scratch Memorial Tournament title.

The high-revving 39-year-old right-hander posted a wire-to-wire victory – leading both the qualifying and semifinal rounds and capping it with a 215-180 win over Jerry Blair of Le Roy in the championship match of the stepladder finals on Sunday at Letchworth Pines in Portageville.

Using a Storm Crux, Culp, a 240-plus average bowler at Livingston Lanes in Geneseo, rolled 900 to place first in the four-game qualifying round and added 873 in the four-game semifinals to earn the top seed for the stepladder finals with a 1,773 total (221 average).

Both rounds were contested on "Sport" oil patterns (considerably more difficult than "house" shots) – with the qualifying round rolled on Kegel Middle Road (39 feet) and the semifinals and finals on Kegel Route 66 (45 feet).

The event drew 46 entries – down from the 69 that bowled when Culp won the title last year at Medina Lanes.

The victory was worth $600 for Culp, while Blair earned $350.

Blair moved up the ladder by defeating Brady Weber of Perry in a 10th frame roll-off, 20-9, after the bowlers had tied at 212-212; stopping Don Parrott of Warsaw, 215-176, and edging Kevin Gray Jr. of Warsaw, 220-214. In the semifinal match against Gray, Blair struck on the first ball in the 10th to secure the win.

Gray won $260 for his third-place finish, while Parrott earned $210 and Weber $160.

The five other finalists were Dana Freeman of Silver Springs ($150), Dean Cadieux Jr. of Oakfield ($140), Mike Pettinella of Batavia ($130), Ron Bacon of Warsaw ($120) and Brian Green of Batavia ($110).

Parrott had the tournament's high game (279), followed by Culp (278).

The GRUSBC contributed $400 to the prize fund. Thanks to Kevin Sass and his staff at Letchworth Pines for a job well done.

CLICK HERE for tournament statistics.


Albion Team Captures Youth Baker Tournament

DECEMBER 12, 2017 -- The Albion Purple Eagles team of (in photo from left) Bailey Snook, Ben Lennox, Paige Snook, and Matt Baker placed first on Saturday in the Youth Baker Team tournament at Oak Orchard Bowl.

The hometown squad posted 1,699 with handicap for eight Baker-style games to edge Grape Crush, which had three Albion bowlers and a Bergen bowler, by nine pins.

First place was worth $100 in scholarships each while the second-place bowlers each won $40 scholarships.

Bee Stings of Rose Garden Bowl in Bergen placed third with 1,555 while Game On of Mancuso Bowling Center was fourth with 1,509.


Gladys Ford Senior Women's Winners

NOV. 5, 2017 -- Bowlers from Albion, Batavia, Pavilion, Mount Morris, Churchville and Silver Springs captured age group titles at the 33rd Gladys Ford Memorial Senior Women's Tournament at Rose Garden Bowl.

Winners were Gail Ward, Albion, Class AA, 75-and-over, 644; Georgene Della Penna, Batavia, Class A, 70-74, 654; Donna Davis, Pavilion, Class B, 65-69, 634; Roselena Smith, Mount Morris, Class C, 60-64, 663; Jackie Gallup, Churchville, Class D, 55-59, 609, and Lisa Granger, Silver Springs, Class E, 50-54, 554.


SENIOR MASTERS FINALISTS: Paul Spiotta, left, won the GRUSBC Senior Masters tournament on Saturday at Medina Lanes, edging Mike Johnson in a two-frame rolloff after the bowlers tied at 246 in the title match.

Spiotta Wins GRUSBC Senior Masters

NOVEMBER 14, 2017 -- Batavian Paul Spiotta became only the second bowler to win a GRUSBC Masters and Senior Masters title when he captured the 12th annual Genesee Region USBC Senior Masters tournament on Saturday at Medina Lanes.

The 60-year-old right-hander defeated 50-year-old lefty Mike Johnson, also of Batavia, in an exciting final match, winning a ninth and 10th frame rolloff, 59-40, after both bowlers put up scores of 246.

Spiotta strung four strikes before leaving one pin on his final ball, forcing Johnson to get three strikes to win. Johnson got the first two -- the second one on the cross -- before leaving a solid 7 pin, setting up the roll-off.

In "overtime," after Johnson spared, Spiotta delivered three straight strikes to come away victorious.

The victory was worth $260 for Spiotta, a former GRUSBC association president, who averaged 226 for his seven games -- qualifying 10th with 630 before posting 485 for two games in the second round and 223 for his one game in the third round.

Johnson earned $150 for placing second while Jim Foss of Medina won $100 for placing third. Johnson defeated Foss, 267-192, in the first game of the three-bowler stepladder finals to earn the right to face top-seeded Spiotta.

Jim Pursel of Batavia, Rick Saunders of Batavia and Phil Schepis of Medina finished in the fourth through sixth spots, winning $70 each, while Bill Logan of Albion, Fred Gravanda of Batavia, Bob Hodgson of Medina, Scott Shields of Batavia, John Wolff of Batavia and Joe Trigilio of Attica also cashed.

Spiotta joins Gravanda, his cousin, as the only Masters and Senior Masters champions.

CLICK HERE for complete tournament statistics.


YOUTH ELIMINATOR FINALISTS: Scholarship winners from the GRUSBC Youth Eliminator tournament on Oct. 28 at Perry Bowling Center are, from left, Brooke Jarkiewicz, Megan Jarkiewicz, Josiah Yantz and Joshua Morris.

Joshua Morris Wins Youth Eliminator Tourney

NOVEMBER 3, 2017 -- Joshua Morris of Livingston Lanes in Geneseo, bowling in his first tournament ever, captured first place in the Genesee Region USBC Youth Eliminator on Oct. 28 at Perry Bowling Center.

Joshua, 15, defeated Megan Jarkiewicz of Rose Garden Bowl, Bergen, 212-190, to win a $150 scholarship and a $25 gift certificate from Game On.

Megan earned a $125 scholarship. Both bowlers also received plaques.

Josiah Yantz of Scopano's Lanes, Oakfield, placed third, winning a $100 scholarship, while Brooke Jarkiewicz, Megan's sister, placed fourth for a $75 scholarship.

In the first match of the finals, Megan edged Brooke, 217-216. Megan then topped Josiah, 197-188, before facing Joshua.

Seventeen youth bowlers competed in the handicap tournament.


Note to Secretaries: Subs Must be Sanctioned, Too

SEPT. 17, 2017 -- While the certification application, sanction cards and dues for all but three previously certified leagues in the Genesee Region USBC have been submitted to the GRUSBC office, it is still imperative that league secretaries make sure that all substitutes fill out cards and pay the appropriate dues.

Cards and payment should be sent to GRUSBC, 55 Edgewood Drive, Batavia, NY 14020. If you have questions, send an email to mikep@bowlgr.com.

The dues structure is as follows:

-- $21, Standard -- A bowler who is being certified in a league of more than 16 weeks, and HAS NOT previously certified in any other league, whether in the Genesee Region USBC or another local association.

-- $13, Adult Basic -- A bowler who is being certified in a short season (16 weeks or less) league that HAS NOT previously certified in any other league.

-- $7, Local Only Adult -- A bowler who is being certified in a league of more than 16 weeks, and HAS previously certified in a league in another USBC association in New York State (example, Rochester or Greater Buffalo).

-- $8, Upgrade to Standard -- A bowler who is being certified in a league of more than 16 weeks, who HAS previously purchased an Adult Basic membership.

-- $10, Youth -- A youth bowler who is being certified in one of the GRUSBC youth programs.

-- $0, -- A bowler who is participating in a league but has already purchased a Standard ($21) membership in another league in the Genesee Region USBC. A card must be submitted to the GRUSBC office, however.


Five O'Clock Fillies is First League to Certify

UPDATED -- MARCH 18, 2018

SEPT. 1, 2017 -- The Five O'Clock Fillies League at Livingston Lanes in Geneseo is the first league to send in its 2017-18 league application and cards to the Genesee Region USBC office.

The six-team, three-person ladies league opened its season on Aug. 28.

League secretaries are required to send in all sanction cards along with the USBC league application and a check for membership fees -- $21 for a standard membership, $13 for a adult basic membership (16 weeks or less) or $7 for a local only adult membership -- as soon as possible after the start of their season.

Information should be mailed to GRUSBC, 55 Edgewood Drive, Batavia, NY 14020. If you have any questions, send an email to mikep@bowlgr.com.

League rosters are updated after new bowlers (regulars or substitutes) are submitted to the GRUSBC office and processed.

2017-18 GRUSBC certified leagues (adults):

Bennington Lanes -- Thursday 4-Man, Wednesday Night Ladies

Le Roy Legion Lanes -- Wednesday Commercial B, Thursday Night Men, Le Roy Moose, Ladies Jackpot, Pizzaland Doubles

Livingston Lanes, Geneseo -- Five O'Clock Fillies,Tuesday AM Coffee, Tuesday Afternoon Women, Wednesday Night JCI, Thursday Night Triples, Monday Ontario-Livingston, Sunday Evening Mixed

Letchworth Pines -- Sunday Night Mixed B, Friday Early 17-18, Tuesday Night Ladies, Thursday Nite Intertown, Sunday Night Mixed A

Medina Lanes -- 
Happy Ladies, Orleans Auxiliary, Firefighters, Monday Men's Industrial, Wednesday Community, Thursday Night Ladies, Sunday Rolloffs

Mount Morris Lanes -- Thursday Night Ladies, Ladies Wednesday AfternoonTuesday Night Mixed, Saturday Night Mixed, Sunday Nite Mixed, Monday Night Merchants, Wednesday Night Classic, Monday Night Early

Mancuso Bowling Center -- Antique World Tuesday Night, Wednesday Night Ladies, Gerace Realty/No Finer Diner, North Pole Thursday, Monday Independent Ladies, Monday Night NFL, Monday Morning Ladies, Wednesday Night Misfits, T.F. Brown's Adult-Child

Perry Bowling Center -- Wednesday Afternoon Alleycats, Thursday Night, Monday Nite 5, Tuesday Intertown, Friday Nite 4

Oak Orchard Bowl -- Friday Night Mixers, Sneezy's Monday Night, Tuesday Ladies Merchants, Thursday Men's Triples, Saturday EOW Couples

Rose Garden Bowl -- Monday Nite Ladies, Thursday Owls, Wed Night Mens Hdcp, E.O. Sat Mix, G&W Vending

Scopano's Lanes -- County Line Stone


2016-17 GRUSBC League Bowler Averages

CLICK HERE for 2016-17 adult league averages.

CLICK HERE for a list of bowlers who paid for 2016-17 in recent weeks.

This list does not include bowlers in several leagues who did not pay their USBC membership fees last season. 

CLICK HERE for a list of youth bowler averages. Note: youth averages from Bennington Lanes were not submitted.


CLICK HERE for a List of GRUSBC Services

AWARDS FOR OUR BOWLERS: The Genesee Region USBC is proud of its awards program, which recognizes bowlers of all ages and all skill levels. Secretaries can submit awards to the association office by clicking on the Links tab at the top of this page and filling out the GRUSBC Online Submission Form.


2015-16 GRUSBC Averages

CLICK HERE for 2015-16 GRUSBC averages (ages 19 and over)
CLICK HERE for 2015-16 GRUSBC averages (ages 18 and under)
CLICK HERE for 2015-16 GRUSBC youth league averages (currently does not include Scopano's Lanes, Oakfield)
CLICK HERE for 2015-16 GRUSBC averages of 200 or better


Rule 17a is There to Ensure Fairness in Tournaments

AUGUST 15, 2016 -- When it comes to tournament competition, protecting the integrity of the game is the "name of the game."

The Genesee Region USBC is making a renewed commitment to ensuring that all tournament bowlers get a fair shake. Tournament bowlers can rest assured that all entering averages will be scrutinized -- utilizing the tools available per USBC rules.

One of those is Rule 17a, which governs tournament management's right to adjust averages prior to competition for a variety of reasons when there is information indicating the bowler's entering average does not represent the bowler's ability.

Information that can be used includes, but is not limited to:

Average bowled on a Sport/Challenge condition but league was not marked as such
• Bowler has multiple league averages which are tremendously higher, all with less than 21 games
• Bowler shows a big decrease in average in consecutive years
• Bowler has had his/her entering average adjusted by another tournament

Did you know USBC Rule 17a-2 allows for disqualification of scores when this information is discovered after the player has bowled? According to Rule 17a, the penalty for violating this rule includes loss of games, prize winnings and disqualification.

Although disqualification may seem extreme, it is a comfort to the other tournament participants to know tournament management is protecting the integrity of the game.


Despite the Perception, USBC Certification Has its Benefits

JULY 14, 2016 -- All too often, representatives of the United States Bowlling Congress -- at the national, state and local levels -- are faced with the question from bowlers: "What do we get for our membership dues?"

We at the Genesee Region USBC believe that USBC certification is definitely worth the small investment -- a one-time fee of $18 -- and we have put your money to work by developing one of the best award programs in New York State. You can find a list of our awards by clicking on the Downloads tab on this website.

Not sure what you get for your membership dues?

CLICK HERE for an article on the benefits of USBC membership from Sept. 2014, written by incoming Association Manager Mike Pettinella.

CLICK HERE for an outline of the role of USBC at the national level.
Note: National dues increased to $13 in 2017-18, the first increase in 12 years.

CLICK HERE for a summary of the Adult Basic membership option.

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