Cecil Harford USBC Association
1016 Young Ave
Bel Air Md, 21014-1870
Association # 86494
Treva Curry has been a member of the Harford County Women's Bowling Association for 36 years. She began tenpin bowling in 1957 in the Friday Night Mixed league at Harford Lanes in Aberdeen.
Treva distinguished herself through outstanding achievements during the 1960's and 1970's and continues to do so today. She has participated in 28 local championship tournaments.
Her first title, a team championship, came in 1964 with the Aldino Store team with a score of 2816 handicap. In the 1971 tournament she and her partner took the Doubles event scratch with 1083.
That year she also won the AII Events scratch with 1644. In 1976 she won the All Events scratch again with a score of 1650. Beside her title years she cashed an additional 20 times in the local tournament including this year.
Treva won the local 500 Club scratch title in 1978 and placed many times in those tournaments, as well as in the local 600 Club tournaments.
During the years that the HCWBA has published an average book our records show that she averaged below 170 only seven times. To be averaging in the 170's in the 1960's and 1970's was quite an achievement because in those days only a handful of women averaged that high.
Treva has always managed to roll one or more 600 sets a year prior to 1980 and also in recent years.
In the prestigious Harford County Invitational, when it was bowled between Bel Air Bowl and Harford Lanes, Treva placed second in 1975, fourth in 1978 and 1983, and sixth in 1973. But she is most proud to be the recipient of the "Bill Snavely Good Sportsmanship" award in 1971, having been voted only other tournament competitors.
In her leagues Treva has won the high average, high game and high series scratch many times and was on numerous wining teams. She has 12 all spare games and six triplicate scores to her credit. Bowling in two leagues this year she is averaging 177 and 172. Her career high average is 178. Her series high is 660 and high game is 258.
Treva was also a director on the HCWBA Board for several years and in the early years of the association she served as a delegate to the Maryland State Annual Meeting many times.
For her superior Performance in the game of American Tenpins we are proud to induct Treva Curry into the Harford County Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fam