Cecil Harford USBC Association
1016 Young Ave
Bel Air Md, 21014-1870
Association # 86494
This year marks Cheryl's 17th year as a member of the Harford County Women's Bowling Association.
Cheryl first started bowling at age 17 when Marilyn Lastowski (teacher) brought the students from Aberdeen High School to Harford Lanes for Inter-Mural play.
In 1985 Cheryl began bowling in the HCWBA leagues, starting in the Thursday Ladies Late league at Harford Lanes. She ended that first season with a 118 average. With her average improving every year after, she went on to win many high series, high games and high averages in the leagues.
Venturing on to tournaments Cheryl's determination and superior bowling ability started to show and she won many titles and awards at the Local and State levels.
Her HCWBA titles include: In the Championship Tournament
1994-95 Singles Scratch 656
All Events Scratch 1838
All Events Handicap 1994
1996-97 Team Scratch 2906
1997-98 Team Scratch 3248 (Cheryl shot 676 scratch for this team)
Doubles Scratch 1327
1998-99 Team Scratch 3144
2000-01 Team Scratch 2330 (teams went to 4 man team this year)
All Events Scratch 1812
In 1994 her team won the Challenge of Champions with 2763, and, her team won again in 1996 with 3050 and she contributed a 685 scratch. In 1995 her Harford County Mixed team came in first with 2689.
Her Maryland State achievements include:
1998 The Secretary's Award for the highest scratch game of the toumament with 279
A Mixed Doubles title and a Mixed Team title
1999 1st Place Singles Scratch in the MSWBA
Championship Tournament with 698.
To date, her career high includes (4)700 series with 745 the highest. She has rolled (2) "300" games. Her first came at Country Club Lanes in April 1997. The second was at Harford Lanes in June 1999 in the High Rollers Tournament.
She is the first WTBC member to roll a 300 game at Harford Lanes. She also has (2) 298 games. One was in the Inaugural PWBA Aberdeen Open Regional in 1997 (she finished 8th) and the other was in the Maryland State Mixed Tournament in 1999.
In 1997 she won the Harford 1nvitational and went on to take that title again in 1998, 1999 and 2001. One of only two women in its history to win four times.
From 1996 to the present time shows how serious Cheryl was at improving her game:
Averages - 1996-97 196
1997-98 203 (with 210 for 36 games in another league)
For averaging 210 in the 1997-98 season she received the WTBC High Average award.
She is a member of the local 5OO and 600 Clubs and the Maryland State 700 Club.
She currently bowls in the Perry Point VAMC league at Harford Lanes and substitutes in several others.
For her outstanding accomplishments in Tenpin bowling, we are proud to honor Cheryl McCallum with induction into the HCWB A Hall of Fame for Superior Performance.