Cecil Harford USBC Association

1016 Young Ave

Bel Air Md, 21014-1870   


Association # 86494

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Timothy Brian Moor was born July 13th. 1970 in Havre de Grace, MD to John and Linda Moor. He grew up in Edgewood and Aberdeen, graduating from Aberdeen High School in 1988.  Tim's daughter, Kelsey Jordan Cochran was born In September 2000, he married his wife Kim, herself a league bowler since 1980.

In 2003, their son, Bret Ryan Moor was born. Today they live in Aberdeen and Tim has worked at Harford Lanes since 1986.

Tim's interest in bowling began at age 15 when his avid interest in all sports led him to watch the Pro Bowler's Tour on television. Tim always excelled at various sports such as baseball and basketball so he decided to give bowling a shot. In the summer of 1985, he began practicing during open play at Harford Lanes. That fall, he joined the junior leagues at the encouragement of one of his good friends.


Tim was a natural on the lanes from the beginning. His first season of junior leagues, he averaged 172. Two seasons later, he averaged 207 in the winter league after posting a 2 12 for 24 games in the summer league. That season. he also bowled several 700 sets with a high 771. He had his first 299 game at the age of 16 at Harford Lanes. He had a second 299 game at Fair Lanes Towson while bowling in the Fair Lanes Youth Travel League. He averaged 195 in this league; the only bowler who had ever averaged higher was a young man named Danny Wiseman.

In youth tournaments, Tim qualified for the state finals of the Maryland Youth Invitational (Top Ten Tournament) twice. finishing 3rd at Tunier's Dual Lanes in Hagerstown and in 1987, he took first place scratch in the Maryland Tenpin Council Scholarship Tournament.

In the 1988-89 season, Tim became an ABC member, bowling regularly in a league at Forest Hill Lanes and two at Harford Lanes, including the Bill Snavely Scratch league. That first year. his teammates in the Snavely League were Lenny Ciuffo and fellow Hall of Famers Dennis Wilson. Alex Abraham and Rich McFadden. He bowled two 300 games at Forest Hill and one 300 game in Aberdeen and finished the season with a high average of 215. In the 17 years since then. Tim has compiled a very impressive list of bowling accomplishments:

       High single season average: 235 in 98-99, Nine CHCBA Merit Awards
       for high average; Five seasons with 230+ average;

       Eleven seasons with 220- 229 average

       Ten 800 series, including the CHCBA record 863, as well as 3rd high
       - 853; three Merit Awards for high series in the Association

Twenty-one 300 games; fifteen 299 games; one 298 game; five 1 I in-a-rows

Member of the team that holds the CHCBA record for 5 man team game
- 13 17 - bowled in 1996 in the CHCBA Annual Tournament with teammates
Mike Poist, Jeff Barton, Steve Finley and J.W. Walker

Bowled in 14 ABC National Tournaments and one Master's, lifetime
average of 198: Best finish: 32nd place team, with Adam Banard, Byan
Lindecamp, Jeff Barton and Cory Marshall, 2005 in Baton Rouge

MSBA Annual Tournament Scratch Titles: Seven
All-Events in 1990 &: 1994 (first man to win two scratch all events
state titles)

Singles in 1990; Doubles in 1994 with Dennis Wilson

Team in 1994 with Mike Poist, Dennis Wilson, Kevin Lamb
and Cory Marshall

Team in 1997 with Alex Abraham, Jeff Barton, J.W. Walker
and Bobby Marshall

Team in 2005 with Kevin Walker, John Vananzo, Bernie
Kuhn and Bryan Lindecamp

CHCBA Annual Tournament Scratch Titles:

Six All-Events in 1996; Singles in 2001; Doubles in 1990 with
Mark Bowers

Team in 1996 with Mike Poist, Jeff Barton, Steve Finley and
J. W. Walker

Team in 1999 with Kevin Walker, Bill Barlow, Adam Brodie
and Mark Moscato

Team in 2002 with Adam Barnard, Jim McGuigan, Jeff
Barton and Kevin Walker

The Invitational: Champion: 199 1 & 1999; three 2nds and
three 3rds

Harford Lanes High Roller's tournament: Champion: 1991, 1993,
1997, 2000 ,2001 and 2004

CHCBA 700 Club Tournaments: Seven titles including two Tournament
of Champions VAMC tournaments: Seven team titles

Qualified for the Delaware Top 20 Average Tournament while bowling
for Harford Lanes at Brookside Bowl in 1998

Bowled in several Maryland State U.S. Open Qualifiers with two 2nd
place finishes and one 3rd.


For outstanding achievement in the sport of tenpin bowling, the Cecil- Harford Counties Bowling Association is proud to induct Tim Moor into their