The 2015 / 2016 Virginia Peninsula USBC Bowling Association Annual Awards Dinner was held on November 5th, 2016 at Paradise Ocean Club at Ft. Monroe.
The evening started out with a Social hour from 6 P.M. to 7 P.M. with the dinner starting at 7 P.M. with awards presentations starting shortly after.
2015 / 2016 AWARDS PRESENTED
CLASS of 2016 HALL OF FAME
The child of bowling parents, Joy has been bowling most of her life. She has numerous achievements including being named to the VPUSBC Women’s All Star team with a 189.54 composite average. She has been a familiar face in local, state and national tournaments and bowled her first 300 in 2001.
She has claimed high average in numerous leagues with her highest average a 209. She has also bowled many 700 series and won the women’s state doubles and all events categories in 2001. She believes that bowling is not only about performance but also style and sportsmanship.
William “Sam” Smith
Sam has been bowling for nearly 30 years and has served on the Hampton Roads Bowling Association and also the Virginia Peninsula USBC board. His passion for the sport and his knowledge of web design made it a natural progression for Sam to become the webmaster and designer for the local association page. He is instrumental in getting news to the local newspaper and spends many hours each week updating the website and Facebook page.
He’s also an accomplished bowler and is a member of the 700 club and has bowled a 299 in 2006 and a 300 game in 2004. He has been honored with the Al Watlet Service Award (2012-13) and the Charles W. Woods Jr Award of Merit in 2007-08.
Association High Average
Male Ricky Boyter 242.66 Female Sara DiScioscia 219.87
Association High Series
Male Stephen Bennett 858 Female Kris Butz 777