Lois Kelley has been an avid bowler for over 30 years. She and her husband and Hall of Fame member, Rick, have introduced many people to the sport of bowling. Lois is a consistent bowler averaging in the 170’s; an excellent spare shooter, her methodical and deliberate style is one of her greatest strengths in bowling. In addition to her accomplishments, Lois possesses a true sense of dedication while always maintaining her competitive edge, yet kind spirit.
Game - 278
Series - 698
Average - 181 (1997-98)
City Mixed - 1999-00 Team Handicap 2600
- 1987 Doubles Handicap
- 1987 Team
- 1993 High Series (618)
- 1999 Team
- 1999 Singles
- 1999 High Series
- 2000 Team Actual
- 2003 Team Actual
MAJOR BOWLING ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- As a member of the “Go’s Girls” team who holds the city high series (3210), Lois rolled a 586 series. The record was set (and continues to stand) in the 20th Century League at Don Lowry Lanes, on April 27, 1998. Other teammates were Hall of Fame members Colleen Holaday (707), Beth Perkins (738), Hall of Fame inductee Tammy Burge (654), and team captain LaDonna Ogle (525).
- The “Go’s Girls” team also holds the city high game record (1155): Lois rolled a 197 game. The record was set (and continues to stand) in the 20th Century League at Don Lowry Lanes, on April 27, 1998. Other teammates were Hall of Fame members Colleen Holaday (300), Beth Perkins (245), Hall of Fame inductee Tammy Burge (226), and team captain LaDonna Ogle (187).
OTHER BOWLING ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- Lois had competed in the Indiana State Queens Tournament
- She has competed in many scratch, handicap, and mixed leagues
- Also, she has competed in many state and local tournaments
- Lois has captured 14 league team titles as well as some individual high game, series, and average awards