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Manager: Elise Hamner
Office Staff: Larissa Stewart, Volunteers
is a merged association
under the jurisdiction of the
United States Bowling Congress.
Citrus Belt USBC
667 W. 2nd St.,
San Bernardino CA 92410
381-4599, fax 909-381-4884
Hamner, Association Manager
Hours: Mon-Thurs 8 am - 5 pm
Closed Fri-Sun and major holidays:
Memorial Day, July 4th,
Labor Day, Thanksgiving and on dates
to be determined in Dember, but tentatively from Dec 20, 2018
through-Jan 1, 2019,
reopening on Jan 2, 2019
discontinued most game/series awards as of the 2014-2015
Citrus Belt provides
awards and Clean Game, Clean Series, Stair
Step Series, All Spare Game, and others. See Forms
page. Note: several types of awards require print-out; some have
average maximums. See
Forms (this link goes to USBC website)
Score - Adult/Youth (300, 800, 11-in-a-row)
Special Achievement/Adult, Special Achievement/Adult
Special Achievement/Youth, Special Achievement/Youth
All scores, including playoffs/roll-offs, must be included
when submitting averages to Citrus Belt,
regardless of the ending date of the league. Secretaries -
be sure your final average submittal to Citrus Belt includes all bowling, including sweeps.
CERTIFICATION FEE INCREASED TO $25 effective with the 2017-18 Winter
Operations & Forms
2017-18 League Operations Handbook
League Officer Changes
See also: Bowl.com
Adult, TNBA Youth
USBC's Youth Parental Consent Form available on Forms
Qualifying Rules for Average-Based Awards
SECRETARIES - PLEASE NOTE...
Effective with the 2011-12 season,
75 pins over average (game) and
140 pins over average (series) are
eligible for award.
The following applies to any award earned based on average:
If 12 games or more have been bowled in the league in the
current season, use the current average.
If less than 12 games in the current season, use last
seasonís final average for 21 games or more from the same
For a new bowler in the league with less than 12 games, use
last seasonís highest USBC average for 21 games or more in any
For a bowler who has not established an average in the
preceding season, the highest USBC average of 21 games or more
from the summer league just completed shall be used.
In a summer league, when a bowler has not established an
average in the preceding season, the highest USBC average of 21
games or more from the regular season just completed shall be
A new bowler in a league who has not bowled 12 games in the
current season can use a current USBC average of 12 games or
more, from another league.
A bowler who does not have an acceptable USBC average for
comparison is not eligible for recognition.
* These links are to the
Last Updated: 11/11/2017