Welcome to the Port Huron USBC Bowling Association's Website.  This is where you can find information for men, women, and youth bowling. This association has been around since 1932 with records dating back to 1948.  We are sanctioned with the United States Bowling Congress. 
Please check out our site and if there are any additions or changes you would like to see, please let us know. 

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Port Huron USBC Bowling Association
Member of the U.S.B.C. (Association # 81448)
Executive Director - Scott Badley
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Port Huron Bowling Association Board of Director Application. If you are interested in becoming a board member of the Port Huron USBC Bowling Association, please click the link below to print off an application.  Please give this to a current board member or forward it to Scott Badley, the association manager. 
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Senior Doubles Tournament

Joann Lapish Downs Tournament

January 9th, 2016

January 23rd-24th, 2016

St. Clair River Lanes

Port Huron Lanes

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* Congratulations to T.J Klein on his perfect 300 game in the Bowl O Drome Youth League! T.J. is just 14 years old and will have plenty more of them to come!

* Matt Langolf finally makes his way onto the scoreboard with his 823 in the 3 B4 1 league at Port Huron Lanes.

* Huge score coming out of Blue Water Bowl, with Mike E. Gossman rolling an 823 series in the Don McIvor Memorial League. This included a 300 game as well!

* Frank Mitchell rolled the highest series of the year thus far with his 836 series in the Dan Wilkinson Memorial League at Blue Water Bowl. Frank rolled a 300 game in the process. Way to go!

* Congratulations to Justin Essenmacher on his first career 800, an 803 in the Tuesday Night Classic League at Strikers Entertainment Center.