HOF – Terry Saccone


2009 – Superior Performance — Amateur
Terry Saccone

Terry Saccone has obtained a lot of championships and records in his forty-four year bowling career. He has a composite average of 215 plus and has rolled 35 (24 sanctioned) 300 games and 10 (6 sanctioned) 800 plus series with his highest being 856.

He has participated in 35 USBC Championship Tournaments having been a champion two times in 1982 as a Regular Team Champion and in 1993 as the Regular Doubles Champion with Dave Callery. He has been a top ten finisher five times. His USBC tournament average is 199.

He was the Ohio State Team Match Game Champion in 1979 and 1980, and 1988 a member of the Ohio State Bowling Association Team Champion. In 1987 he was the Kentucky BPA U.S. Open Singles Champion and was runner up in 1985.

In the Greater Cincinnati Bowling Association City Championship Tournaments from 1978 to 2005 he has acquired ten championships from Actual All Events, Actual Singles, Handicap Singles, Actual Doubles, Actual Team, and Handicap Team.

In the Hoinke Classic Championships from 1982 to 1993 he has acquired Actual Team Champion, Handicap Team Champion, Actual Mixed Doubles Champion, and Actual Doubles Champion.

He appeared over 25 times on the King of TV bowling program. In 1977 he was the finals runner up and in 1982 he was the finals champion.

He was the Cincinnati Enquired first team all star in 1978, 1979 and 1980.

Terry also gives back to the sport of bowling as he volunteers his time to serve as Oak Hills High School Boys Bowling Head Coach.

He was inducted into the Greater Cincinnati Hall of Fame in 1995.

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