Congratulations to Brandon Bowman for winning the 2023 Washington State WSUSBC Open Championships Division A – Singles (826) and Scratch All Events (2153) titles. Bowman also collects a free entry into the 2024 WSUSBC Open Championships, hosted in Spokane, WA and will be representing Washington State at the 2024 USBC Masters in Las Vegas, NV. Bowman adds this year’s victories to his previous WSUSBC titles – the 2022 WSUSBC Mixed Open Championships Division A – Scratch All Events and 2003 WSUSBC Open Championships All Events.
A singles format tournament with two divisions for youth bowlers will be held at Evergreen Lanes on March 19th. Added money by SCUSBC to the prize fund will generate more payouts in SMART funds to competitors. For more information please visit our Tournaments page. Snohomish-County-USBC-Joe-Weber-Youth-Tournament
WSUSBC Youth Championships Updates: $100 scholarships will be awarded via random draw at each of the squads- Deadline for each weekend has been extended to close at 8:30 am each Saturday, 4/2, 4/9 & 4/23Please contact Tournament Director, Billie Stuart at 360-349-9625, firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Information and downloadable entry are located on the WSUSBC website.
Coach Ron Hicks, Washington State USBC Director and Snohomish County USBC Vice President, presents Elisabeth Olney and Seaira Fogg with scholarship certificates at the Washington State USBC Showcase on March 26th, 2022 held in Yakima, WA. Each recipient received $4,000 in SMART funds for use in continuing education after high school. Two Snohomish County USBC Youth were awarded $4,000 scholarships at the Washington State USBC Showcase on March 26th, 2022 held in Yakima, WA. Elisabeth Olney and Seaira Fogg each took home one of six scholarships, totaling $24,000 in SMART funds awarded by WSUSBC. Snohomish County USBC will also be awarding scholarships at the annual meeting in the summer. For more information on the USBC SMART program, scholarships provided by Washington State USBC and Snohomish County USBC, please follow the…
Carol Perry, 103, at Evergreen Lanes receiving the Centenarian Bowler Crystal Pin from Lynda Southard, SCUSBC President and Dennis Jackson, SCUSBC Association Manager Snohomish County USBC Hall of Famer Carol Perry was awarded the Centenarian Bowler Award Crystal Pin at Evergreen Lanes on March 2nd, 2022. Bestowing the award were Snohomish County USBC President, Lynda Southard and Association Manager, Dennis Jackson. Thanks for showing all of us how it is done, Carol!