|1976-77||Cabaret Beauty Salon/Team||Handicap||2967|
|1976-77||Cabaret Beauty Salon/Team||Actual||2640|
|1976-77||All Events Champion||Handicap||1885|
|1976-77||All Events Champion||Actual||1759|
|1977-78||All Events Champion||Actual||1700|
|1979-80||All Events Champion||Actual||1752|
|1976-77||High Game Gold Award||266|
|1976-77||State High Game Award||266|
|1979-80||High Game Gold Award||267|
|1979-80||State High Game Award||267|
- 1975-76 - KWBA Director
- 1976-77 - KWBA Director
- 1973-74 - Elected National Delegate at Houston, TX
- 1975-76 - Elected State Delegate at Richmond
- 1976-77 - Elected State Delegate at South Bend
- Judy held the Series City Record from March 4, 1980, with a 728 series until March, 1993
- Her Highest average was a 192 on 66 games in the Astro Classic League
- Her Highest game was a 275
- She had a city record in 1978-79 with seventeen 600 series ranging fromm 672 to 600.
- Judy was the first Kokomo bowler to hold a Woman's Pro Card cashing in 24th at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1980.
- She also worked with the youth bowling leagues at Cedar Crest Lanes and Astro Bowl Lowry Lanes East as well as helping with the children at Bona Vista bowling at Cedar Crest Lanes.
- She was a member of Bowden Flowers Team which held city record for high team series 2967 bowled March 5, 1979, until broken on April 27, 1998. Bowden Flower Team Members were Rosie Currens (558), Betty Malson (652), Sandy Shuck (601), Judy Belt (534), and Jeniece Kasey (622).