Youth & High School Programs

264 South Pine St. Burlington, WI 53105

Youth Leagues

Miss Youth League Registration?
IT'S NOT TOO LATE! Contact Theresa or Cotie in person, or if you've bowled in the past, contact Coach Mary or Coach Marcus

Download and print a registration form here (PDF file, new page) and drop it off anytime we're open. Or, contact Theresa at 262-763-7333 or by email and she'll help get you set.

Towne & Country Lanes has several different leagues that we offer our Junior Bowlers.
Our main Junior Leagues run on Saturday Mornings, which are divided up by age.
Our league season starts in the beginning of September and runs for 27 weeks through March.
Our schedule is based on three 9-week sessions, not a straight 27-week session. We do this to provide your child the opportunity to bowl as much, or as little as they like.
We understand there are many sporting activities available to children these days, and that many of them also take place on Saturdays. There are some Saturdays around the holidays where the kids will either not be bowling or bowling slightly earlier.

When you sign your child up, you are given the opportunity to register for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions.

The Saturday Leagues we offer are as follows:
Majors - Ages 15-18 (starting time of 8:15 AM)
Juniors - Ages 13-16 (starting time of 8:15 AM)
Preps - Ages 9-13 (starting time of 10:00 AM)
Bantams - Ages 5-10 (starting time of 10:00 AM)

Registration is $20 (for bowlers aged seven and younger) and $35 (aged eight & above).
Registration covers your child or children for the entire bowling year, no matter how many leagues or sessions they participate in.

We have USBC Certified Coaches, who are also Registered Volunteers, here each week to show the bowlers the basics and to work with them on improving their skills as they advance along.

Our Junior Bowlers also have the opportunity to participate in several tournaments throughout the year:
The Wisconsin State Junior Bowling Tournament
International Family Twosome Tournament
Pepsi Youth Tournament
Grand Prix Scholarship Tournament

The Children also have the opportunity to earn scholarship money throughout their Junior Bowling career. This is available through the Grand Prix Scholarship Program. It is an optional program you sign up for at Summer Registration. If your child is enrolled, they earn scholarship points based on how often they bowl (not on how well they bowl). The more they bowl (including tournaments), the more points they earn. At the end of each season, you will receive a statement in the mail to show you mow much money your child has earned from their bowling.

High School Bowling

Find out why bowling is a sport that lasts a lifetime.

Bowling is the fastest-growing high school sport this decade and continues to gain more participation every year that it is offered. Bowling also gives students an opportunity to become involved with their high schools, teaches fundamentals for a lifetime sport, and helps athletes earns scholarships and bowl in college. The purpose of the Wisconsin High School (WHS) Bowling Club is to provide high school students an opportunity to experience the spirit of the team competition and community pride while participating in a sport they can enjoy for the rest of their lives, and allows any bowler, without regard to race, sex, or physical challenge, an opportunity to participate within a team environment. It provides sanctioned high school bowling competition as defined by the USBC, and provides opportunities for student bowlers to meet bowlers from other schools and travel to other bowling club facilities.

Towne & Country Lanes is proud to be the home of the Burlington High School Girls JV and Varsity and Boys Varsity Bowling Teams, along with the Wilmot Union High Co-Ed Bowling Team.

Our BHS teams are proudly coached by: Kelly Millard - Girls Varsity Brad Willis- Girls JV Steve Enger - Boys Varsity Assistants (including stats & coaching) Jerry Riemer & George Fennell

Our Wilmot Union team is proudly coached by: Randy Clark

The Wisconsin High School Bowling Club is divided into 12 individual districts. We belong to District 3A. Below is a list of all the high schools in our district:

We encourage the families of our bowlers to travel to each meet to cheer our teams on!

To see the most current posted standings, please click here (new window).
For a schedule of the current season please click here (link to be added once schedule is placed).

We THANK every single bowler, their families and friends for all their support during the season. Without all of you, we wouldn't have this program.