|1939-40||Doubles w/Mary Ellen Boring||Handicap||1157|
|1939-40||Doubles w/Mary Ellen Boring||Actual||1028|
|1943-44||Doubles w/Wilma Moore Long||Handicap||1072|
|1943-44||Doubles w/Wilma Moore Long||Actual||988|
|1948-49||Doubles w/Elsie Pettay||Actual||993|
- 1938-89 KWBA Vice President
- 1941-42 KWBA Sergeant-at-Arms
Virginia Scott--Star of Yesteryear (Posthumously). Virginia was a member of the Dietzen's Corntoppers team which etched their mark for many years in KWBA's history book. She not only had a smile for you and was a leader on the lanes, but she was a leader behind the scenes. In 1938-39, she served as KWBA Vice President and in 1941-42, served as KWBA Sergeant-at-Arms.
Now, Virginia takes her place in Kokomo Women's Bowling Asssociation's Hall of Fame to join those bowlers who have achieved the milestone of recognition. She joins her fellow teammates Wilma Moore Long, Elsie Pettay, and Mary Margaret Halstead already placed in the Kokomo Women's Bowling Hall of Fame.