5th Annual Adult/Youth Doubles Challenge tournament applications are due by July 16th. This tournament will be held in Shrewsbury on July 26th. SEE YOU THERE!!!
50th Annual - All Bowlers Official Standings
Our Spring Singles tournament was held at Wonderbowl in New Bedford on Sunday April 12th. Congratulations to our winners, Rose the tournament director and all MAUSBCYA board members for a great tournament. We would also like to thank the Wonderbowl Manager and staff for their hospitality.
Our Pepsi tournament was held at Wonderbowl in New Bedford on Saturday April 11th. Congratulations to our winners, Peter our tournament director and all MAUSBCYA board members for a great tournament.
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The Youth Leaders Doubles Tournament was held at Westgate Lanes in Brockton on March 15, 2015. Congratulations goes out to Bob Taraskiewicz for running a very smooth tournament.
Our first tournament of the year was held at Town Line Luxury Lanes in Malden on November 9, 2014. This was the 32nd Annual State Singles Tournament. We had 98 bowlers across three divisions. (Girls Handicap, Boys Handicap and Boys Scratch)
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ALL ASSOCIATION MANAGERS:
January 1st averages must be submitted before any State Tournaments applications can be processed.
Our current board consists of five officers, nine directors and several youth reps. We as a board come from different parts of the state, have a broad spectrum of personalities and have a range of bowling experience. Our board is a dedicated group who meets on different occasions to come up with fun and exciting ways to promote our youth and future bowlers. The Massachusetts State USBC board offers many tournaments and awards throughout the year.
We welcome all children from the ages of 3-19. We teach and encourage fun and friendly competition while enforcing sportsmanship.