Comedy Show Saturday, January 27th 8:00 p.m.

Performing since 2001, Vince Carone is no stranger to the comedy circuit. Since his early days, Carone has toured the country and shared the stage with funny-man powerhouses.  Years of finding his comedic voice while ranting and complaining on stages across the country culminated in his 2007 debut stand-up DVD “Now Will You Wear a Condom”. His ability to rattle off more material in one show than most could do in a weekend is what keeps the crowd engaged during his verbal assault. Known for his fast-talking, quick-witted, over-the-top rants and a dominating stage presence, Carone refuses to relent until he steps off the stage. The chaotic, cathartic, complaints by Carone are summed up by his own public service announcement: “Better check the Doppler, there’s a Sh*t-storm coming your way!”

Tickets purchased by Friday, January 26th  are $2.00 off the regular price of $15.00

Click here to see the comedy schedule.

 

 

 

 

Demo Day - Saturday, February 3, 2018

Now you can TRY OUT A BOWLING BALL before you buy one.  It is possible with Ebonite's patented process of interchangeable thumb and finger grips.  We fit the demo ball to your hand and let you see the reaction for yourself.  By attending Demo Day hosted by the Ebonite International and I.V. Super Bowl's Pro Shop, you can test drive the latest and greatest bowling balls from Ebonite (Verdict Pearl, Real One, Affinity), Columbia 300 (Spoiler, Lit, Juke), Track (Paradox Black, Logix, Mako Attack) and Hammer (Fierce Phobia, Black Widow Urethane, Rebel Yell).  If you are serious about your game, you need to be here Saturday, February 3, 2018.

Squad times are 12:00 noon, 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.  Cost is $20.00 per person per shift.  Registration is strongly suggested.  To sign up, contact Jim Stubler at 815.223.5085. 

 

Women Bowling with Wine 12-Week League

Tuesday Women Bowling with Wine - Get the ladies together for a night out of FUN!  For only $16.00 per bowler per week you will get 3 games of bowling, FREE rental shoes, 2 full size bottles of wine per team, FREE league record-keeping service and an end of season party/awards banquet.  4 women per team.  This is a 13 week short-season league scheduled to start Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.  Everyone is "good enough" for this league.  The league uses a handicap scoring system to make it fair for all bowling skill levels.

League bowling is an opportunity to have fun with friends, meet new people, get a break from the daily routine, friendly competition and don't forget about the included beverages. Call 815.223.5085 to sign up.  Individuals, pairs or full teams welcome.  

High School League

A new session of High School League begins Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.  Any high school student is eligible.  This is an 11 week league.  Cost is $12.00 per week for 3 games of bowling.  A one-time $5.00 USBC Membership fee is required for new bowlers this session.  Teams consist of 4 bowlers.  There are openings for individuals or teams.  Call 815.223.5085 to sign-up.

Job Opportunities - Bartender and Janitor

Part-time bartender.  Must be willing to work evenings and weekends.

Tasks include, but not limited to:

  • Mix and serve drinks to patrons, directly or through wait staff.
  • Collect money for drinks served.
  • Check identification of customers to verify age requirements for purchase of alcohol.
  • Clean glasses, utensils and bar equipment.
  • Stock bar with beer, wine, liquor and related supplies such as ice, glassware, napkins or straws.
  • Clean bars, work areas and tables.
  • Serve snacks or food items.

Job Requirements:  At least 21 years old, customer focused and service driven.

Part-time janitor/cleaner.  Must be willing to work nights and weekends.

Tasks include, but not limited to:

  • Sweep and mop floors.
  • Clean and service restrooms with mops and disinfectants.
  • Vacuum carpet.
  • Empty trash receptacles and replace liners.
  • Clean glass entrance doors.

Job Requirements:  At least 21 years old.

Apply online here.

A.J. Johnson wins Regional PBA Title

A.J. Johnson of Oswego is no longer searching for his first Regional PBA title this year.  Sunday, September 3 he earned the honor of 1st Place in the Illinois Valley Midwest Classic at Illinois Valley Super Bowl.  Johnson captured the title and earned $1700 for his efforts by averaging 226.93 over 13 games.  He beat Kyle Sherman in the title match 253 - 237.  Sherman finished 2nd overall and won $900.  There were participants from 11 states.  

In 2017 Johnson finished second in Xtra Frame Reality Check Classic losing to Josh Blanchard 232-204 in championship match and finished fourth in Xtra Frame Lubbock Sports Open losing to Marshall Kent 259-228 in opening stepladder match.  He is the holder of 4 Regional PBA titles.

Tournament sponsors include: La Salle State Bank, City of Peru, Ebonite, Brunswick, Classic Products, Toedter Oil, Western Bowling Proprietors Insurance, Eureka Savings Bank, P & D Sign, Illinois Valley Community Hospital and Spring Creek Golf Course.

L-R Bob Stubler, A.J. Johnson and Jim Stubler

L-R Bob Stubler, A.J. Johnson and Jim Stubler

Youth Scholarship Champions

I.V. Super Bowl held the Spring Youth Scholarship Tournament Saturday May 6, 2017.  The top three winners in each age division earned scholarship money that may be used for higher education.  The top three (age 11 and under) 1st  Aiden Kent-Tucker ($300.00), 2nd James Bauer ($200.00), 3rd Olivia Weber ($50.00) and Kennedy Pelzer ($50.00); (12 and over) 1st Payton Pawlak ($300.00), 2nd Payton Ferguson ($200.00), 3rd Kyle Jordan ($100.00); and (High School) 1st David Hillyer ($500.00), 2nd Bradyn Atkinson ($300.00), 3rd Nathan Stubler ($200.00).

L-R: Olivia Weber, Kennedy Pelzer, James Bauer and Aiden Kent-Tucker, Back: Bob Stubler 

L-R: Olivia Weber, Kennedy Pelzer, James Bauer and Aiden Kent-Tucker, Back: Bob Stubler 

L-R: Kyle Jordan, Payton Ferguson and Payton Pawlak  Back: Bob Stubler

L-R: Kyle Jordan, Payton Ferguson and Payton Pawlak  Back: Bob Stubler

L-R: Bob Stubler, Nathan Stubler, Bradyn Atkinson and David Hillyer

L-R: Bob Stubler, Nathan Stubler, Bradyn Atkinson and David Hillyer

Sutton and Stubler Sign with St. Ambrose University

Mendota and L-P High School Senior bowlers, Gillian Sutton and Nate Stubler signed letters of intent to bowl with the St. Ambrose University Fighting Bees.  Present for the Gillian's signing at Illinois Valley Super Bowl were Head Coach Eric Littig and Assistant Coach Jeff Griebel from St. Ambrose, parents Laura and Barry Sutton, brother Brock and Mendota High School Coach Scott Vickrey.  Nate was represented by the St. Ambrose coaches, his dad and coach, Bob Stubler, mom Sindee and L-P Athletic Director Chris Kirkpatrick.

Both seniors are members of the Sunday Night High School League at I.V. Super Bowl.

Front Row L-R (Barry Sutton, Gillian, Laura Sutton)  Back row L-R (Brock Sutton, Eric Littig, Jeff Griebel, Scott Vickrey).

Front Row L-R (Barry Sutton, Gillian, Laura Sutton)  Back row L-R (Brock Sutton, Eric Littig, Jeff Griebel, Scott Vickrey).

Front Row L-R (Bob Stubler, Nate, Sindee Stubler) Back Row L-R (Eric LIttig, Jeff Griebel, Chris Kirkpatrick).

Front Row L-R (Bob Stubler, Nate, Sindee Stubler) Back Row L-R (Eric LIttig, Jeff Griebel, Chris Kirkpatrick).

Nate Stubler IHSA State Bowling Champion

La Salle - Peru High School Senior and I.V. Super Bowl High School League Bowler, Nathan Stubler is the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) 2017 Individual Bowling Champion.  Not only did he win the tournament after finishing fourth last year, he broke numerous state records.  He holds the day 1 tournament record with a 1,642 six-game series that included games of 269, 268, back to back 300 games (record), 278 and 227 easily besting the previous record of 1,575.  Between games 2 and 5 he rolled 34 consecutive strikes and did not have an open frame on the day.  His average was 273.7 heading into day 2.  His round 1 score of 837 is also the new record for a 3 game series.

In day 2 of the tournament he bowled 246, 247, 236 (729), 269, 248, 228 (745) for a two day grand total of 3,116 pins and now holds the state record for total score besting the previous record of 3,011.  He finished with a 259.7 average over second place Collinsville Senior Clayton Hartman who finished with a grand total 2,808 series and a 234 average.  The two day tournament was held at St. Clair Bowl in O'Fallon.

Nate grew up at I.V. Super Bowl alongside his parents, proprietor's Bob and Sindee Stubler.  He has worked long and hard for this deserving accomplishment.  He was the State Champion in 2013 as an 8th grader at Holy Family School in Oglesby.

IHSA 2017 State Bowling Champion - Nathan Stubler