Cecil Harford USBC Association
1016 Young Ave
Bel Air Md, 21014-1870
Association # 86494
Kay began her bowling career while a member of the Churchville Girl Scouts, and at age eighteen, she joined the Harford County Association and has been a member for 24 years. She has served on the HCWBA Board of Directors for 17 years, and currently, is 1st Vice President of the association, dedicating much time and devotion to the association.
Kay's special quality is her superior bowling ability which is evident by the titles and scores she has displayed to date, her career highs include (2) 720 series, a 289 game and an average of196. She has posted five 700 sets of 720, 720, 700, 716 and 711 many 600 series and has converted the
"Big Four" split. Kay has many first place titles, local, state and league wise.
Harford County Women's Bowling Association first place tournament titles for Kay include:
1983, 1989, 1993 Harford County Invilational
1988 All Events Scratch, 1734
Singles Scratch, 604
1990 Singles Scratch 585
Doubles Scratch 1177
1991 AllEvents Scratch 1787
1986/87 Margaret Russell Award 184
League High Scratch Series 720
League High Scratch Game 288
1987/88 League High Scratch Series 720
League High Scratch Game 289
1989/90 League High Scratch Series 711
1982/83; 84/85; 86/87; (a tie); 92/93 -
Most 500 sets in a League season awarded by 500 Club
1986/87; 92/93 Most 600 sets in a league season awarded by 600 Club
1982 Mixed Doubles Tournament, 500 Club 1200
1993 Mixed Doubles Tournament, 500 Club 1214
Kay has 11 first place team titles, one of which set a local association record high of 2946
Maryland State Women's Bowling Association Tournament Titles garnered by Kay include:
1986 MD State 600 Club, 661
1991 MD State Queen's Champion She has placed third in the MD State Women's Open in 1982 (averaging 185) and has also placed in the top five in three other MD State Queen's in 1986, 1992 and 1993.
Kay's love of bowling, her outstanding achievements in the game and her dedication to the HCWBA and the MD State WBA have earned her a most memorable place in the Harford County Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame.