Cecil Harford USBC Association

1016 Young Ave

Bel Air Md, 21014-1870   


Association # 86494

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Harry Wilbur McMullen Jr. was born May 6, 1957 in Havre de Grace , Maryland to B.J. and Harry McMullen. Harry graduated from Tome School in 1975. Harry met his wife of 28years, Terry, while bowling for Cecil Community College and married her in May of 1978. Their son Chris was born in 1979 and daughter Wendy was born in 1981.


Harry had the opportunity to drill bowling balls for Brunswick at the 1982 ABC and Masters Tournament in Baltimore. He has owned and operated M&M Sports in Elkton for over 20 years. Not only does he love sports as a business, he still loves to pitch for his Over 40 Baseball team, still manages a High School baseball team, still bowls in 1 league and is involved with several other youth organizations.


His bowling career began in the youth leagues at Harford Lanes. After graduating high school, Harry decided to attend Cecil Community College . He played soccer and bowled on the bowling team where he earned 1 st Team JUCO for Maryland Junior Colleges. Harry went right from bowling his college matches, which were held at Cecil Lanes, to bowling in the adult leagues at Cecil Lanes. Every year Cecil Lanes would run a 20 game tournament where the top 10 bowlers would receive a completely paid trip to the ABC Tournament. This was always one of Harry's favorite tournaments as it has led the way for him to bowling in over 21 ABC Tournaments. Harry's best finish was a 28th place in singles.


Harry has Cecil Harford Scratch singles and team title, has qualified for the top 20 tournament in Delaware, won the Tom McDaniel Classic and from 1980-1984 had an 805 series, a 299 game and 6 300 games. His greatest accomplishment in bowling was being the first bowler in the Cecil Harford Counties Bowling Association to average 220 as he did during the 1980- 1981 season and repeated the feat again in the 1981-1982.


Removal of a tumor from his left leg at the end of the 1984 season may have restricted his ability to practice and compete at a higher level but it has never decreased his love for the game of bowling. Harry feels extremely fortunate and lucky to have bowled with some of the great bowlers on both side of the Susquehanna River and he is very honored to represent his fellow Cecil County bowlers.