Christmas Eve Shopping and Bowling

We will be open Christmas Eve from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  If you are doing last minute shopping, purchase an I.V. Super Bowl gift card.  We sell gift cards in any denomination that may be used for bowling, pro shop, food and drink and comedy shows.  These can be a great gift for children, a planned night out for mom and dad and always make a great stocking stuffers.  We will be open Christmas Eve from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. for shopping and/or bowling.

ALL league bowlers are welcome to bowl in the 17th annual Walter T. Elliott tournament.  Squad times are available every 45 minutes from 10:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  Click here for details.

Christmas Day Family Fun Pack

If you are looking for something the entire family can do after Christmas dinner, look no further!  We are opening at 4:00 p.m. Christmas Day.  Family Fun Packs are only $46.95 and includes 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental and a pitcher of soda for up to six people per lane.  Reservations are available at 5:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.  Call 815.223.5085.  

Comedy Show Saturday, December 27, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.

Don't miss outstanding comedy performances by Larry (Uncle Lar) Reeb and Brian Hicks, Saturday, December 27th at 8:00 p.m.

Reeb is best known for his one-liners often followed by the catchphrase "That's a tip from your Uncle Lar".  With his fresh upbeat style Brian Hicks has astonished the comedy world with his thought-provoking views of what people find funny.

Ticket price - $12.00.  Save $2.00 per ticket by purchasing them by Friday, December 26th.  Stop in or call 815.223.5085 to purchase tickets and for table reservations.

J.T. Dant Wins 700 Club Tournament

J.T. Dant emerged as the victor in the 28th Annual 700 Club Tournament from a field of 36 top players.  Below he is shown receiving a check from Jim Stubler, representing the Super Bowl, for $400.00.  Kristi Leix, second place and Charlie Batus, third place received $230.00 and $130.00 for their efforts.  Dant defeated Leix in the championship match 268 to 182.


From BINGO to Perfection

Every good bowler's nightmare is rolling a game under 100 and every bowler's dream is to bowl a 300 game.  Luke Tomasewski accomplished both feats within a week.  On Thursday, September 25th in the Thursday Men's Handicap League, he bowled a 96 in his second of three game series following a 205 start.  That's right - 096 (someone yell BINGO)!  Luke sports a 204 average, so that was 98 pins below his average.  Luke did not get rattled by the sub 100 game and just wanted to finish the night.  The following Thursday in the same league with his new Motiv Revolt (purchased and drilled at the Super Bowl Pro Shop) bowling ball, he began the night with 180 game and then went on to throw 12 consecutive strikes for his first 300 game.  He finished the night with 182 for a 662 series to help his team to a 2 - 2 split for the night.  The moral of the story - never give up!  Luke didn't.

Luke is a 19 year old IVCC student and works part-time at the Super Bowl.  He is a chemistry major and plans to attend Illinois State University next year.

Luke Tomasewski

Luke Tomasewski

Traber and Wolsyn Win PBA50 Titles

In two separate Illinois Valley Midwest PBA50 events, September 6-7, 2014, Dave Traber and Rick Wolsyn came out on top, each earning $1,500.00 for their titles.

Traber won Saturday's event defeating Don Holmes (30 - 28) after tying 228 - 228 in the title match.

In Sunday's final game, Wolsyn defeated fellow bowler and good friend, John Dudak 193 - 189 for his first ever PBA title.  Sunday's title capped a strong weekend for Wolsyn as he also finished in fifth place during Saturday's event at Illinois Valley Super Bowl.

Locals, Scott Weber (La Salle), Ron Koch (Ottawa), Bill Kozma (Hennepin) and Gene Azarskis (Spring Valley) bowled in the weekend tournaments, but none advanced to match play either day. 

Final tournament scores for both days can be seen at

Bowlers of the Year - Miller and Vickrey

The annual Illinois Valley Bowling Association awards dinner was Saturday, May 17, 2014 at Ladd Moose Lodge 1528.  Illinois Valley Super Bowl presented Men's All-Star Team awards to Eric Acuncius, Mike Castelli, J.T. Dant, Jason Fabish, Matt Gapski, Jeff Miller, Mike Raccuglia, Steve Reynolds, Scott Weber and Joe Zokal.  The Super Bowl Ladies All-Star award recipients were Danelle DeCarlo, Kathi Gerard, Linda Hoffmann, Cecelia Joritz, Cathy Koch, Kristi Leix, Theresa McLaughlin, Michelle McPhedran, Sindee Stubler and Diana Viscovi.

Scott Vickrey was honored as Mens' Bowler of the Year for having achieved games of 200+ (84), 250+ (26), 275+ (9), including a high of 299.  He rolled 17 - 700+ series, including 5 of 750+ with a high of 780.  Vickrey average 230 for the 2013 - 2014.

The top female award went to Staci Miller who finished the season with a 205 average.  Her other accomplishments included games of 200+ (51), 250+ (6) with a high of 289.  She bowled 20 - 600+ series and 2 - 700+ series (737 and 718).

Nathan Stubler Defends Pepsi Tournament Championship

Nate Stubler recently defended his title at the Pepsi State Bowling Championship U15 (under age 15) held at Landmark Lanes in Peoria, Illinois.  Stubler's qualifying score of 2,918 for 12 games was bowled on games of 246, 279, 232, 265, 247, 190, 192, 190, 235, 289, 277 and 289.  In match play he bowled games of 235, 224, 168, 233, 228 and 218.  He won 2 of those 6 games.  For his efforts he was awarded $1,065.00 in college scholarship money.

In June, Nate bowled in the Illinois Youth All Star Shoot Out, sponsored by the Illinois Bowling Proprietors Association, at Town and Country Lanes in Joliet. The tournament is held each year and is bowled on a sport condition.  Stubler bowled 1,517 for eight games which was good for seventh place and a scholarship award of $300.00.

Nathan Stubler

Nathan Stubler