States High School Bowling Foundation
United States High School Bowling Foundation (USHSBF)
is an IRS 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that actively
promotes the growth of high school bowling throughout the
country.. By developing innovation
programs for high school bowling, academic administrators
become more interested the benefits and value high school
bowling brings to high school students.
most recent USHSBF innovation was the 2016 High School
Bowling National ChampionshipTM,
the first-ever high school bowling national championship tournament,
was held in Greater Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on July 30-31,
2016.. Featuring boys and girls
team divisions, and boys and girls singles divisions, the
winners of each team and singles division each received national
Singles Champions .....
High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM
was open to all high school bowlers that qualified
for their State's 2015/16 high school bowling State Championship,
Finals, or equivalent.. To see
the results of the '16 national championship, go to www.2016championship.com.
2017 High School Bowling National ChampionshipTM
has already been scheduled to take place in Nashville, Tennessee
on June 24-25, 2017.. For more
information next year's national championship, go to www.2017championship.com
to learn more.
USHSBF also manages Broward County High School Bowling
website and the Century Challenge Club / 100 Spares Challenge.
..All activities surrounding
high school bowling, high school tournaments, Junior Gold
qualifiers and records webpages are paid for by the USHSBF.
High School Bowling Foundation -
Broward County High School Bowling
important role the USHSBF is pursuing is the showcasing of
outstanding bowling accomplishments from bowlers during high
school competition. More specifically, this website lists
high school national and state (and some county) scoring records
from all across the U.S.. Numerous
current and former Team USA members have strong backgrounds
in high school bowling.
USA and Junior Team USA member Adam "AJ" Johnson
is not only the former boys 3-game national record holder
with an 857 series, but AJ also still has the most 300 games
(4) rolled during a single high school bowling season..
AJ offered these comments on the importance of high school
bowling while representing Team USA
during the 2012 Tournament of Americas: