HOF – Marilyn Lebon


2008 – Superior Performance — Pioneer
Marilyn Lebon

Marilyn Lebon has a resume a mile long filled with championships and records Her success is not just in her local community but she has also had success on the state and national level.

She has rolled five 300 games, six 299’s and her highest series has been an 824 of which she has rolled five 800’s. Her highest average has been 227, which was during the 2006-07 season. She has averaged 200 plus from 1996 to the present.

Marilyn has six titles with the Ohio USBC WBA which include winning the Doubles title three times with Denise Muhl-Thacker, team actual and handicap, and the Buckeye Belle Tournament. She also has twenty-two Cleveland WBA titles, Cleveland 600, Cleveland 700, Johnstown Ladies Singles Classic, nine Women’s Central States titles, Mixed Central States, and three TNBA Central Regional Tournament titles. She also has numerous other championship titles to her credit.

She was inducted into the Ohio USBC WBA Hall of Fame for Superior Performance in 2003, into the Cleveland USBC WBA Hall of Fame for Superior Performance in 1998, and the Bowlers 4 Life for Superior Female Performance in 2006.

She has been a member of the Cleveland USBC WBA All Star Team ten times from 1992-2007. She was also a member of the Lake Geauga All Star Team.

In the Ohio USBC WBA Buckeye Belle Tournament she still holds the record for a score of 1018 for four games. In the Ohio 700 Club Tournament she is the only woman to shoot an 800 (824) in the tournament.

A She also holds the national record score ot` 3650 for three man/two women series and 1283 for high game for three man/two women.

Marilyn serves on the Ohio USBC WBA Hall of Fame Committee and promotes the sport of bowling whenever, and however, she can.

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