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On August 28, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom outlined the state’s new four-tier system for reopening the economy.

The state has created four tiers that counties are placed in – purple, red, orange and yellow – depending on the individual county’s spread of the coronavirus, that all 58 counties must follow. Counties can, under the state’s order, be more restrictive than the state, but they cannot be less restrictive.

A county must remain in a tier for 21 days before it can advance to the next color, and it cannot skip tiers.

Within each tier is a list of businesses that may reopen, and at what levels they are allowed to reopen.

Bowling centers may not reopen under state law until the county in which they exist is moved to the orange tier. During the period the county is in the orange tier, bowling centers may open at 25% occupancy. Once the county is able to move to the yellow tier, bowling centers may up their occupancy level to 50%. There is no further guidance issued at this time past the yellow tier in terms of timing or of occupancy requirements.

Orange County has been moved to the ‘red’ tier on September 8, 2020. That means it must remain there for three weeks before it can be considered eligible to move to ‘orange.’

Prior to moving to orange, there is a 2-week buffer period established by the state to be sure that the county will be able to move comfortably to the next tier.

Therefore, as of September 11, 2020, the timetable is as follows. Note, if a county’s testing shows the county is going backwards and the test results worsen, the progress can be reversed and the county can be placed in a lower tier again (e.g. from red back to purple, from orange back to red, etc.)

Three-week period in Red Tier:               September 8 – September 28

Two-week pre-Orange buffer period:       September 29 – October 12

Three-week period in Orange Tier:          October 13 – November 2 (centers can be open at 25%)

Two-week pre-Yellow buffer period:         November 3 – November 16

Yellow Tier                                                November 17 – not determined (centers can be open at 50%)

This information will be updated as developments occur.



2020 Orange County Annual Championship Tournament

February 22-23 & February 29 – March 1, 2020
Fountain Bowl – 17110 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley, CA

Open Championship Official Current Standings
Women’s Championship Official Current Standings
Youth Championship Official Current Standings

Open Championship Final Prize Listing
Women’s Championship Final Prize Listing

2020 BVL Tournament

January 25-26, 2020
Linbrook Bowl – 201 S. Brookhurst St., Anaheim, CA

BVL Revised Unofficial Current Standings

New Hall of Fame Inductee!

(see NEWS page)

TROY KENDRICK was honored in the Superior Performance category and was officially “hung” on our Wall of Fame. The ceremony was held August 25 at 1 PM at the home of Orange County Hall of Fame, La Habra 300 Bowl, 370 E. Whittier Blvd., La Habra.

2019 OCUSBC Yearbook – Averages

In lieu of a 2019 Yearbook, please go to for averages. Log-in and then go to Averages page.
If you do not have an account, you can set one up here.

$1,000 Braheme Family Memorial Youth Scholarship Award Application

See YOUTH page


Westminster Lanes • 6471 Westminster Blvd. Westminster CA 92683
Saturday, November 2, 2019 & Sunday, November 3, 2019

Adult Mixed Doubles Official Standings

Youth Mixed Doubles Official Standings

Adult Mixed Doubles Final Prize Listing

2019 Orange County Annual Senior Singles Tournament

Saturday, July 27th & 28th

Official Current Standings

Final Prize Listing

2019 Orange County Annual Championship Tournament

February 16-17 & February 23-24, 2019
Fountain Bowl – 17110 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley, CA

Open – Official Standings

Open – Final Prize Lisiting

Women’s – Official Standings

Women’s – Final Prize Listing

Youth – Official Standings

2019 BVL Tournament

January 19-20, 2019
Linbrook Bowl – 201 S. Brookhurst St., Anaheim, CA

Official Current Standings

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All presentations were made by OCUSBC Vice President, Cindy Miles. These presentations were made at our BVL Tournament Jan 19 and 20 at Linbrook.

LADINE JONES/STAN FRIEDMAN – Ladine is (L). Their doubles total – 1,495

STAN FRIEDMAN/LADINE JONES – Stan is (L). Their doubles total – 1,495

THOMAS UNOLD/ANN BRUNNING – Thomas is (L). Their doubles total – 1,470

ANN BRUNNING/THOMAS UNOLD – Ann is (R). Their doubles total – 1,470

On April 30, 2019, at Linbrook, winners were presented with their 2019 BVL shirts.

From Left to Right: Leslie Schulte – Women’s B Division; Andrea Fredericks – Women’s Classic Division; Ladine Jones – OCUSBC Director; Dianne Fowler – OCUSBC Director; Joseph Macias – Men’s C Division; Andrew Vargas – Boy’s D Division; Sue Bergeron – Women’s E Division

MICHAEL CALDERON (R) receiving his BVL shirt for winning his E Division in our BVL tournament. Shirt presented by OCUSBC director David McKay (L)

JORDYN BUSTAMENTE presented with her Girl’s C Division shirt. La Harba Youth Bowler.

BVL Tournament: Margaret Vassar won the Sharp Roku TV this year.



Forest Lanes  • 22771 Centre Drive, Lake Forest, CA • Telephone: (949) 770-0055
Saturday, November 3, 2018 & Sunday, November 4, 2018

Adult Mixed Doubles Official Standings

Youth Mixed Doubles Official Standings

Adult Mixed Doubles Final Prize Listings

Dianne Fowler presented  Kevin Valmonte with his 3rd Place Plaque from Richard Naylor Mixed Doubles Tournament

2018 OCUSBC Yearbook – Averages now available

Click for PDF version

2018 Orange County Annual Senior Singles Tournament

Saturday, July 28th & 29th
Fountain Bowl – 17110 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley, CA

Click here for Official Current Standings

Senior Singles Final Prize Listing

2018 Youth Championships

July 21 – July 29, 2018

Open to all certified youth members of the California USBC Association

OCUSBC Annual Membership Meeting

May 20 at 1 P.M. at Fountain Bowl – 17110 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Secretary/President’s workshop starts at 10 AM, followed by lunch at 11:30 AM

The deadline to submit applications for the board is 30 days before the annual meeting and all forms i.e. board applications, Hall of Fame and upcoming tournament flyers can be safely downloaded for your use by clicking on FORMS

2018 Orange County Annual Championship Tournament

February 17-28 & February 24-25, 2018
Fountain Bowl – 17110 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley, CA

Open County Official Standings

Open County Final Prize Listings

Women’s County Official Standings

Women’s Final Prize Listings

Youth’s County Official Standings

OC Championship Raffle Prize Winners

2018 BVL Tournament

January 20-21, 2018
Linbrook Bowl – 201 S. Brookhurst St., Anaheim, CA

2018 BVL Tournament Official Standings 

Genka Cabuta BVL State Winner

Genka Cabatu (L), Women Classic Division State winner. Award presented by Ladine Jones (R), BVL Tournament Director of OCUSBC.

Kris O’Bryan & Kenneth Kobayashi BVL Tshirts

Kris O’Bryan & Kenneth Kobayashi winners of the B Division Orange County USBC BVL, receiving their 2017 BVL Division shirts.

2018 BVL Raffle Basket Winners

Matt Vornholt & family – winners of TV

Bowler’s Ed Kits awarded to 24 schools and organizations

Read article and links on Youth page

Youth Resources Available

In-School Bowling Equipment Grants – (flyer)

IBC Youth Development

USA Summer Camp Kick-Off Season

and more… check it out!

(See the YOUTH BOWLING page)

See Promotional Flyer – CLICK HERE



The key ingredient to performance on the lanes is MAINTENANCE OF YOUR BOWLING EQUIPMENT. At you will find just what is required. This link is offered by “Anthony” who was doing research on his summer project on his chosen subject – sports, and he chose Bowling. Read more…..

Bowling a Perfect Game

winnercircle-Joshua Herberger

Joshua Herberger (R) bowled a 300 game 12/28/16

See more Ring Winners added to our OC Over Achiever’s page

2 New 800 Ring Presentations

Marcus Santillana (left photo) and Casey Jones (right photo)

See them on our OC Over Achiever’s page

3 New 300 Ring Presentations


Left Photo: Mike Davis (left), Center Photo: Jolee Van Der Haar (left), Left Photo: Conrad Rucker (right)

See them on our OC Over Achiever’s page


To recognize star qualities in a high school or college student who competes in the sport of
bowling. Star qualities include distinguished certified bowling performances on state, local,
national, international, Team USA or Collegiate levels; academic achievement; and leadership.
Award winners receive a $500 scholarship.

Read more & get application


(see OC Over Achievers)

300 Award Winners!

 winners circle - Gene & Ryan

Bowling perfect games, Ryan Sargent (left) and Gene Day (right).

Ryan Sagent bowled a 300 game at Fountain Bowl in the 840 Scratch Classic League on 12/28/15.
Gene Day bowled a 300 game at Concourse on 9/20/15.


See more 300 Ring winners on the OC Over Achievers page.




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Orange County United States Bowling Congress

13896 Harbor Blvd. #5A
Garden Grove, CA 92843
Office: (714) 554-0111
Fax: (714) 554-7184

Orange County United States Bowling Congress

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