COLORADO STATE USBC

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NEXT UP!

Senior Open is complete - see below for Unofficial Final Standings

Senior Ladies is complete - see below for Unofficial Final Standings

 

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Spot Light on the Board:

This Week - Peggy Taylor

Hello my name is Peggy Taylor.  I'm from Ignacio, CO.  I started bowling back home in Clay Center, KS in the mid 80's.  I moved to Monte Vista, CO and continued bowling until the early 90's.
I quit bowling, got married and had three boys, now ages 26, 24, and 20.  I also have five grandchildren.  After about 15 years of not bowling, I started again in 2009.
I bowl in Ignacio.  I've been Sergeant at Arms, Team Captain, and am currently Secretary/Treasurer, starting my 10th year, I think.  I bowled two leagues until the summer of 2018 when I broke my foot.  Now I just bowl one league.  People say I'm a "die hard" bowler.  The 2018-2019 season started with me on a knee scooter, scooting up to the foul line and throwing my ball for five weeks, the next five weeks, I hobbled up to the foul line and the rest is history.  Then last year when our local alley was closed because of COVID-19, myself and another gal drove to Cortez every Monday night.  One and a half hours for me, one way!  A few of those nights, we had no business being out on the road.
I was elected to our local board, La Plata County USBC in the spring of 2012, and started in August of the same year.  I was an interim Sergeant at Arms for a couple years.  I became our Association Manager in the late fall of 2015 to present. 
I started coming to State Annual meetings about five or six years ago.  I remember my first one, Mike Larsen from USBC was going to be a guest speaker. At about 1am, the fire alarm went off.  After sitting around for an hour or so, we had to evacuate the hotel.  Talk about a long night, and even longer day the next day because of lack of sleep.
In 2018, I decided to run for the State Board as a director.  Came in a close second.  I was back in 2019 and was elected.  I will be completing my first term in 2022.  I've enjoyed my time on the board and have met many very nice people.  Not to worry though, as Arnold Schwarzenegger would say, "I'll be back!"
 

Upcoming Tournaments:

33rd Annual Mixed Tournament

53rd Annual Senior Open Tournament

October 2, 3 ~ 9, 10 2021

Entry Form

RULES

Week 1 - Unoffical Standings

Unofficial Final Standings

Highland Park Lanes 
1900 59th Ave.  *  Greeley, CO  80634

40th Annual Senior Ladies Tournament

October 9, 10 ~ 16, 17 2021

Entry Form

RULES

Week 1 - Unofficial Standings

Week - 2 Unofficial Standings

Centennial Lanes  
110 E 9th Ave  *  Longmont, CO  80504

Forms will also be sent out to last year’s team captains.
If there are any further questions, please contact us.
We are always willing to assist the bowlers in our state.

Congratulations!

2021
Star of Tomorrow

Megan Emerson

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2022 Star of Tomorrow applications due on March 1, 2022

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