2004

Virgil Meares

Virgil began bowling in 1960 in Newport News, Virginia.  He bowled with four older brothers on a team and served as league president from 1960 to 1964.   He was certified and began coaching in 1963.  Moving back to Seneca, SC in 1965, he has served as president of the men’s association for ten years […]

Carolyn Martin

Carolyn began her bowling caree4r in Aiken in 1959, after she and husband Albert Divver Martin, Jr. moved there from Anderson, South Carolina.  Carolyn is originally from Hendersonville, NC.  They married while Al was serving in the navy during World War II and had been married 50+ years when Al passed away eight years ago. […]

Yuri Kirby

Yuri has been a member of the SCWBA for 20+ years, from the Columbia Association.   She has exhibited outstanding bowling throughout her career.  She has achieved a high average of 218, with a career high game of 299, and career high series of 789.  She also carries averages of 217 – 215 and 204.  […]

Mary Akers

For 34 years (with time off due to military moves) Mary has been involved with one of her most favorite pastimes–at the bowling center with “ her kids”.   Mary became involved in bowling in 1970, when her first child, Lorin, was 6 years old, while stationed in California.  As a result, she started helping […]

Kent Smith

From his earliest days as a youth  bowler, Kent Smith has received the support of family, friends and teammates as he tries to show his appreciation for all that the sport of bowling means to him.   At the age of 6, Kent’s parents took him bowling at the Westlane Bowling Center in Spartanburg.  At […]

Bob Gantenbein

Bob Gantenbein started bowling in 1950 while living in California.  After moving to Gaffney, South Carolina in the early 1970’s, he helped organize both the Gaffney local and adult associations.  Bob has served on both Boards in all capacities.  Currently, Bob is a Life Member of the Gaffney Bowling Association.   1988 was a good […]

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