Ron Axberg, John Brooks and Ric Koski will join some elite Kenosha bowling company tonight.
The trio will be inducted into the Kenosha Bowling Hall of Fame during an awards dinner 6:30 p.m. at the Italian American Club. 2217 52nd St. The Hall will have 59 members after tonight’s ceremony, which will also include presentation of the Women’s City Tournament awards.
Axberg’s career features seven 800 series, 19 perfect games, 16 games with 11 strikes in a row, two city titles, a 2007 Kenosha mixed team title and a 2010 Kenosha Bowling Association scratch team championship.
Axberg, whose Kenosha career average is 226.9, also won the 2007 state senior championship and a state senior scratch doubles title five years later. He was inducted into the Lake County Hall of Fame in 2000.
Brooks bowled a city record 897 series on games of 300, 297 and 300 on Oct. 31, 2006, at Surfside Bowl. His impressive resume features 12 800 series, 20 perfect games, 24 games with 11 strikes in a row, six KBA titles and city scratch singles and all events titles in 1991.
Brooks, a two-time winner of the Bill Harris Masters Tournament, also won the city scratch and handicap team championships in 2008. The Racine Bowling Hall of Famer has a career average of 227.4.
Koski’s career is highlighted by 22 800 series, 27 perfect games, 15 299 games, 29 games with 11 strikes in a row and six KBA city titles. His championships include handicap doubles in 2000, scratch team in 2001 and scratch doubles in 2002 and 2005.
Koski, who was named Bowler of the Year in 2001 and ’02, has a career average of 225.5.