The Kentucky State Bowling Association inducted five new members into its Hall of Fame last Sunday at its annual meeting in Lexington.
Ron Woolet and James "Vinnie" Atria, both of Louisville, were selected in the performance category and Joe Huzl of Nicholasville, Teddy Gregg of Cynthiana and Bruce Zimmerman of Louisville were inducted in the service category.
Woolet, who has bowled for more than 40 years, has 48 perfect games and 18 series of 800 or better with a high of 844. He was on the winning team in the American Bowling Congress tournament in 1973 and won gold medals in the 1975 FIQ Tournament in London, England.
Atria has rolled 17 perfect games in more than 40 years of competition, and has four series of 800 or better.
Huzl served as president of the KSBA in 2005 and has been the assistant association manager of the Lexington Area Bowling Association since 1980.
Gregg is president of the Northern Bluegrass Bowling Association after serving for several years as the association manager.
Zimmerman is a past president of the Greater Louisville Bowling Association and served as president of the KSBA in 2006. He is the treasurer of the GLBA.
■ Garry Kron of Louisville was elected to be the KSBA's president in 2012. Former LABA president Henry Ryan was elected the sixth vice president.
■ The 2012 state tournament will be held in Louisville. The 2013 tournament was awarded to Owensboro.
Nov. 27: The 28th Annual Adult Child Funarama Tournament at Collins Bowling Centers-Southland will start at 2 p.m. The entry fee is $25 per team. Teams consist of one adult and one youth bowler. Entry forms are available at area bowling centers.