Wisconsin Dartball
Hall of Fame

Jim Mayo

Started playing Dartball in 1967 at the age of 14 in the Augusta Church League. He has also played in the Chippewa Valley Church League, The Eau Claire Commercial League, and the Eleva Dartball League. He batted over .500 25 times, with his highest season of .580 in 1983. He won numerous high average and high RBI awards. Jim has been on league and tournament champion teams, and was manager for the Class C state champion Security Financial team in 2012. He has served as league treasurer for 8 years, and league President for 10 years, as well as being a team captain for over 40 years. Jim also compiled the history of the Chippewa Valley Church Dartball League dating back to 1940. He has also organized the NW Wisconsin Church League tournament since 2016, and helped to implement the “Diamond of Honor” which honors all players that have played for over 50 years in the Chippewa Valley League.

He was nominated by Dennis Vold

Larry Jorgenson

Started playing Dartball in 1964 at the age 12 in the Door County League. He has been a team captain for over 50 years, and has played Dartball with his sons since they were old enough to play. Larry has also served as league President. His high average was .575 in 1975, and he has won several high average awards. He has many years with his batting average over .500, and won three 800 patches over the years. He has been on tournament and league champion teams. He was on the Class B state championship Bullpen team in 2007.

He was nominated by Kevin Kohlbeck. 

Lowell Topper

Started playing Dartball in 1980 at the age of 12 with his Father Wally at Drammen Church. He has played in the Eleva League and still plays in the Eau Claire Commercial League. He is a team captain and sponsor of the Wally’s Boys team in memory of his father. His highest average was .421 in 2022. He has sponsored many teams over the years, including the state team TNT Roofing and Siding, the T-2 Lawncare team, Wally’s Boys and Wally’s Girls teams and the Betty’s Brats teams in memory of his mother. He organized a co-ed tournament in 2019 to encourage newcomers and women to play Dartball, and the tournament is still held every year. Lowell was elected to the Wisconsin State Dartball Committee and helped create a women’s division at the 2023 state 4 player tournament. He is also helping with the state tournament this year.

He was nominated by his wife Terri, his children and grandchildren, all who play Dartball because of Lowell’s enjoyment of the game.

Terry Olson

Started playing Dartball in 1968 at the age of 15 years old with his Uncles in the Praire Farm League, which he still shoots in. He also has played and still shoots in the Town & Country League, and the Barron County Church League. He was a member of Class A state champion teams in 2004 (MBC), 2011 and 2015 with Gerhards. He has also been on many tournament and league champion teams. Terry has won many league high average, high RBI, and high singles, triples, and runs awards over the years. He has hit over .500 most years, and batted over .600 four times, with a high of .650 in 2008. He also had a 15 for 15 night in 1994. Terry has been his church team captain for over 15 years, and also captain for his Tavern league team.

He was nominated by his wife Rhonda and friend Jill Kurschner.