Officers and Directors


Jason Rowe

Jason has been bowling in leagues since he was 7 years old and has a passion for seeing bowling grow in the years to come. Jason is currently serving his second term as president after serving as a director for 6 years. Inducted to the SFRUSBC Hall of Fame in 2016 for Meritorious Service, Jason has served as chairman of the Tournament Committee and Publicity Committee. He has also served as the Open, Women's and Senior Tournament manager for five years.

1st Vice President

Jason Wierenga

Jason is a lifelong resident and above average bowler in Sioux Falls since the age of 6. Multiple honor scores and passion for the sport keep him involved even now as his skills and time to participate has diminished. 

2nd Vice President

Derek Schumacher

Derek has been a lifelong bowler learning to bowl in Pierre at Lariat Lanes as a young child and also with his extended family on vacations in Eureka at Lyric Lanes. He has a passion to help grow the sport of bowling by coaching our youth bowlers at Sport Bowl Saturday mornings. Derek is also  Head Coach of the Girls Varsity and Junior Varsity for Washington High School. Among his qualifications, Derek has acquired USBC Coaching Certifications of Level 1 and Bronze Level. With those certifications Derek works with everyone in the community, from the youngest of age to the eldest of ages, who want to learn the sport of bowling, improve their current performance, or just work out some kinks in their game. This is his first year on the board and is currently the Chairperson on the Publicity Committee as well as serving on youth, and tournament committees.

Association Manager

Bhrett Baney

Bhrett started bowling in Junior High back in the late 60's. Bhrett served on the Men's Association Board starting in 1981. That year, he also started on the recertification team that inspects the lanes every summer. Bhrett served on the transition committee when USBC was started. Bhrett has been Association Manager since 2010 and was inducted to the SFRUSBC Hall of Fame in 2011. The thing he enjoys most about bowling is the friendships that are formed from this great sport.

Allison started her bowling career around the age of 10 and continues to participate in league bowling. She participates in many local, state and national bowling tournaments and enjoys the fun times with fellow bowlers. In 2017, Allison was a member of the Ruby Division Women's National Championship Team. Saturday mornings she can be found at Sport Bowl coaching the future of our sport.

Growing up as a Huber, bowling was always the family sport. Devon remembers bowling in youth leagues every Saturday morning and bowling in high school which is where he really got hooked. In 2011, he started working at the Sport Bowl in and hasn’t looked back! “Bowling has given me a lot to be thankful for over the years so I’m just trying to do my part and give back to the bowling community."


Shelley Carroll

Shelley's passion for bowling comes from her kids’ love of the sport. Although a non-bowler, she has spent hundreds of hours in bowling centers and traveled thousands of miles across country for them to compete at the highest level and grow their game. Throughout the journey, Shelley has an awareness of tournament play and a vision of what athletes and spectators look for when competing. In addition, her time spent as a board director has given her the opportunity to broaden her ability to serve the adult and youth bowlers in our community. Shelley is committed to learning every day through USBC and will continue to share her knowledge to all bowlers in hopes of making their bowling experience great. 


Linda Anderson

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Brooklyn Gagnon

Brooklyn is passionate about bowling and growing our sport. She looks to create an environment that people want to be a part of. Brooklyn bowls collegiately for Wichita State and is active on the National IBC Youth Committee. 

Derek has been bowling for several years and is very passionate about the sport. He wants to help share his passion and knowledge with others to get them more involved in bowling and enjoy it as much as he does. He is looking forward to helping grow interest and involvement for the sport of bowling in the Sioux Falls area.  He has been on the board for several years, and has participated in and led several committees during that time.

Jackie has bowled for 65 years. 3 of those years in the 1970's she bowled on the Pro Tour. Inducted in 1984 to the SD State Hall of Fame for Superior Performance and in 2006 to the SFRUSBC Hall of Fame. Jackie has served as director for the SFRUSBC for the past 9 years. She has served on the Hall of Fame, Nominating and Awards committees as well as being the Chairperson on the Audit, Legislative and Tournament committees. Jackie has served as a delegate to the State and National Convention several times. In 2013, Jackie was the SD State Youth Coach of the Year. Jackie currently serves as a house representative for Bowlway Lanes in Marion, SD. Building a Future for the Sport is her passion today and every day.

Joe started bowling in 1986 when he was 7 years old at the Rec Bowl in downtown Sioux Falls. He then joined the youth league at Sport Bowl in Sioux Falls two years later. Joe was elected to the SFRUSBC Board in August 2017 and is looking forward to learning more about how things work at the Board level.


Steve Johannsen

Steve started bowling at the age of 9 in Lennox SD. Not to age him, but that's almost 50 years! Steve enjoys bowling twice a week and will keep going as long as he can. He is looking forward to helping grow bowling again and we are proud to have him on to help.


Jeremy Sonnenfeld

Jeremy started bowling at the age of 12 in a child-adult league with his dad. He bowled as a member of Team USA for several years and has bowled in over 30 different countries. On February 2, 1997 Jeremy bowled the first sanctioned 900 series in Lincoln NE. In 2013, Jeremy was inducted into the Sioux Falls Regional USBC Hall of Fame. He is now part owner of Sport Bowl in Sioux Falls, SD and you can find him there most nights either working or bowling.


Emanuel Turner

Emanuel started bowling at the age of 5. He enjoys bowling at all levels and currently coordinates 14 teams to go to USBC Open Championship. If you are interested in going feel free to reach out with any questions. 

Bio to come!


Ashleigh Brandt

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Hunter Noteboom

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Bowling has been a huge part of her family and it has become her passion as well. Crazy as it sounds, Beau started bowling league when she was only 3! She currently bowls for Harrisburg High school and she loves to take part in many tournaments. After high school, Beau will be bowling collegiately at Wichita State!