$1788.00 Collected for 2022 GWFUSBC BVL Tournament!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our 1st ever virtual tournament to benefit Bowlers to Veterans Link (BVL). We used league scores during the week (14-18 November) and it turned out to be a great success.  We ended up with 128 entries across 10 leagues at both Village Bowl and Sheppard AFB South Lanes.  Half of all the entry fees go to the Prize fund which ended up at $640.00 (will be paying out 21 places), the other half will go straight to BVL along with an additional $1148.00 donated during the sign up period for a grand total donation of $1788.00.  See the link below for standings.  We should have prize checks out within the next 2 weeks.

Thanks again to everyone who helped make this charity drive successful!

1st Place goes to:  Jose Munoz, Tuesday Mixed League, Ave: 202, G1 279, G2 248, G3 232, Hdcp 75, Total 834 

2022 GWFUSBC Charity BVL Tournament Standings

City Tournament Results

Unofficial Results of the 2022 Annual City Tournament have been posted.   Pending verification and any protests these results should be finalized within 30 days.  Thanks everyone who came out and bowled or just showed up to cheer on a team.  We hope to see you all again soon. 

Don’t forget our Annual Membership meeting is coming up next week.  2pm at Allendale Baptist Church.  We will have full reports available and will be electing a Vice President and 4 Directors.

Steven Hauk Shoots Perfect Game during the City Tournament

Steven Hauk shot a 300 game today during the last day of Team Competition at the 2022 City Tournament.  Great Bowling Steven!

Got a high score or a notable achievement to share? Send a picture, along with all the details to: grwichitafallsusbc@gmail.com and we’ll post it right here.

Texas State USBC Tournament Information

Greetings GWFUSBC bowlers!

Our friends at the Texas State USBC Association asked us to pass along the following information:

Texas State USBC Tournament Information
Below is a listing of the remaining TSUSBC tournaments for the 2021-22 season.  We would greatly appreciate your sharing this information with all of your bowlers.  Entries can be  found at www.texasbowling.com.
Sr. Masters/Sr. Queens (age 50+)
Westgate Lanes
2701 W. William Cannon
Austin TX 78745
January 29-30, 2022
Reserved Entries Close – January 19, 2022
Contact Kay Smith for more information: texasusbc@aol.com
Telephone: 979-820-4147
Masters/Bluebonnet Queens
Westgate Lanes
2701 W. William Cannon
Austin TX 78745
February 26-27,2022
Reserved Entries Close — February 16, 2022
Contact Kay Smith for more information: texasusbc@aol.com
Telephone: 979-820-4147
Youth Pepsi
Cityview & Forum Bowl
March 11-13, 2022
Open Tournament
Mel’s Lone Star Lanes, Georgetown (Team Event)
Westgate Lanes in Austin (D/S Events)
April 23 to June 12, 2022
Contact Sally Chitwood for more information: tsusbcopen@gmail.com
Women’s Tournament
Oil Bowl Lanes in Longview (Team Event)
Green Acres Bowling Center in Tyler (D/S Events)
April 23 to June 26, 2022
Contact Donna Lonon for more information: dallaswba@sbcglobal.net
Youth Tournament
Bowlero 1000 Oaks, San Antonio
June 11-26, 2022
Senior Tournament
Alpha Bowl, Webster, TX
July 2022
Youth Masters/Queens
Bowlero 1000 Oaks, San Antonio
July 2022
Bowlero 1000 Oaks, San Antonio
August 2022
FYI – all tournament entries will be available for printing on-line at our website located at
There is an option to pay by credit card on-line at the same website.

BVL 9-Pin Tournament Pictures

The Greater Wichita falls USBC Association held it’s annual BVL 9-Pin Tournament on Sunday the 3rd of November. If you missed it you missed a good time. So far we have raised over $600, but were not done yet. We will Visiting the leagues in the next couple of weeks to sell BVL wrist bands and lapel pins, as well as raffle tickets for a BVL Bowling Ball. If your looking for more information about the BVL and want to learn more about how they help our veterans please visit: https://bowlforveterans.org/

BVL Bowling Ball Raffle. $1.00 per Ticket or 6 for $5.00

Big congratulations go out to Georgie Chewens and John “Shifter” Hurst. They both had 2 300 games each. Georgie ended up with an 829 but John blew everyone away with an 878.

George Chewens 829, John Hurst 878