Hall of Fame
Two bowlers from the east side of the Hudson river were selected
for induction into the Mid-Hudson Bowling Associationís Hall
of Fame for their bowling ability. They both bowl at Southern
Dutchess Bowl where they have distinguished themselves over the
years with their high scores and averages.
On Saturday April 5, 2003, the Mid-Hudson Hall of Fame inducted John T. Tucker Jr. and
John C. Wilamowski at the banquet held in their honor at Plum
Pointe Caterers in New Windsor, NY.
John T. Tucker Jr. has been a member of the MHBA for 23
seasons achieving (2) 300 games, a high series of 795, and more
than (40) 700 series. His highest average is 218 while averaging
over 200 since the 92-93 season. His lifetime average is 202.
John continues to bowl competitively at Southern Dutchess
despite the fact that he wears braces on both knees. He has a
competitive nature that keeps him going despite his condition
which would have stopped others. John has been a Director in the
Association for the last 4 years and has held both Treasurer and
President positions in several leagues.
John C. Wilamowski has been a member for 28 seasons
having amassed (5) 300 games, (5) 800 series with the highest
being 821, and has over (375) 700 series. Johnís highest
league average is 223 with a lifetime average of 210. John also
has (12) 299 games and (3) 298 games to his credit. John has
been a member of the Beacon Classic League Hall of Fame since
his induction in 1993. He has been in the top 10 in the leagues
in which he bowls at Southern Dutchess for many of the past 28