2015 Superior Performance
Christopher Hayward began bowling in youth leagues at an early age and quickly established himself as a dominant force. His highest average was a 246 in the 2006-07 season. He has carried a 200+ average for over 22 years. His high game is 300, of course, and he has rolled over 140 during his career. His high series was an 888 in 2011 and he has over one hundred 800 series in his tally book. The 888 (300-299-289) was a city record until Earon Vollmer shot his 900 in January this year.
His local titles are many with the crowning event being his back-to-back (2004 and 2005) Greater Toledo USBC Masters Championships. He also has laid claim to GTUSBC Doubles and Team Titles.
Chris was a member of the 2001 K J Excavating Team that took first place in the ABC National Tournament. He has wins in the InterCity Team scratch and Doubles scratch events. He took first place in the “Shootout at the Fort” taking home a $5,000 paycheck.
For all his achievements, Chris was inducted into the Greater Toledo USBC Bowling Hall of Fame for Superior Performance in 2015.
Tonight we add the name of Christopher Hayward to Ohio’s Superior Performers.