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Citrus Belt USBC Association 
is a merged association 
under the jurisdiction of the
  United States Bowling Congress.

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Citrus Belt USBC
  667 W. 2nd St., 
San Bernardino CA 92410
  909- 381-4599, fax 909-381-4884


Elise Hamner, Association Manager

Office Staff:

Larissa Stewart, Volunteers

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Hours:  Mon-Thurs 8 am - 5 pm
Closed Fri-Sun and major holidays:
Memorial Day
Independence Day
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Christmas-New Year's TBD



2009 Inductees

Alisha Hill has carried a 200 or better league average for thirteen seasons, leading the Citrus Belt women in average two times, with a high of 219. She won the Citrus Belt Queens Tourney in 1988. She has five 300s, and two 800s (814 high).


Curtis Covey has maintained a 200 or better league average for nearly thirty years. He has twenty-three 300s, four 800s (825 high), and a high league average of 234. He has been a California State team champion two times, and a Citrus Belt Masters champion.

Jim Koenings averaged 200 or better for 29 years. He has been a Citrus Belt senior team champion two times and a California State senior doubles champion. He has four 300s and two 800s (814 high).


Nita Schmidt has been a director in the Citrus Belt Women's Association and our combined association since 1986. She has served on numerous committees, and has been a Citrus Belt USBC vice president since 2008. She has been a state and national convention delegate many times.

Rick Hill has been an active Citrus Belt volunteer for over twenty-five years.  He has served as a director, vice president, and president in our junior, men's, and combined associations.  He has served on every committee, attended numerous national and state conventions, and has personally conducted the Citrus Belt Masters Tourney for years.


Stephanie Sjobom was on the NCAA second place women's team twice (1997 and 1999) while obtaining her degree at Fresno State University.  Stephanie turned pro after college and finished second and third in two of the PWBA western regional tourneys she entered. In 2007 she was Western Women's Premiere Bowlers (WWPA) rookie of the year.  She has led the Citrus Belt women in average three times, with an all-time high record of 226 in 2006. She has seven 300s and four 800s (822 high).


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