State Committee Members
State Committee 2018
The State Committee at the annual meeting on January 13th, 2018.
Bud Bolling
On the state committee since 1996, he helps run the state tournament - West Allis.

Bud didn't start playing Dartball until he was 38 years old (1968), when he joined the Northside Lutheran Mens Dartball League, which he still shoots in. He also shoots in a Monday 55+ league, and the Hickory Inn 4-man league. He has been captain of his church league team for over 25 years. His best league average was .604 in 2004 in the Northside Lutheran League.

He has shot in the state tournament since 1983. He was on four championship teams from the once prestigious Oshkosh Eagles annual Dartball tournament. Bud retired in 2007, after 56 years of work as a TV technician. Bud was inducted into the Wisconsin Dartball Hall of Fame in 2012.
Erv Fiedler
On the state committee since 1995. Started playing dartball when he was 23 years old, and has played dartball for over 32 years. He shoots in the Kettle Moraine 9-man league, and the South Milwaukee 4-man league. His highest league average was .641 in the Hillcrest 4-man league in 1991. He was on the class B championship team in 1988; and he was on the 2008 class A champions Yahr Oil Company. Was elected to the Wisconsin Dartball Hall of Fame in 2009. Erv is a retired crop farmer, and produces hand crafted basswood dartboards.

You may purchase boards from Erv by contacting him at: 920-625-3157
Jerry (Gus) Gospodarek
On the state committee since 1990, and help run the state tournament - Manitowoc.

Started playing Dartball when he was 17 years old (1971). He shoots dartball in the Lakeshore Dartball League, and has been the league President since 1998. His highest average was in 2000-01 league play when he finished at .505.

His league team has won the league in 28 of 39 years of league play. Has shot in the state tournament since 1985, and was on the 2001 team that won class B.

Gus is a sales manager for Hallman Lindsay Quality Paints.
Todd Halverson
On the state committee since 2003, and helps run the state tournament - West Allis.

Started playing Dartball when he was 19 years old (1983). He shoots dartball in the Waukesha County Church Dartball League and has held various office positions for the league over the years. His highest average was .510 in 2002. He helps run his league tournaments, and is trying to start a large 9-person tournament for the Waukesha County Church Dartball League. He has shot in the state tournament since 1998, and his team has finished in 3rd place twice in class B.

Todd works in technical services for a telecommunications contractor.
Stacy Franzwa
Elected to the State Committee in 2014, former Treasurer of the Eau Claire Commercial League, founded the Eau Claire Summer League and helps organize several tournaments each year.

Stacy started shooting dartball with his step - dad, Steve Brantner, at 9 years old(1987) in the Mondovi Area Church League.He has also played in the Eleva Commercial League and the Eau Claire Church League.He shoots dartball Thursday nights in the Eau Claire Commercial League and in the Eau Claire Summer League.His highest league average was .523 in 2009.Stacy is an avid promoter of Dartball, committed to growing the dartball community on local and statewide levels.He has been on several league and tournament championship teams, which include winning the Northwest Wisconsin Open Tournament in 2013 and the Eau Claire Commercial League in 2010.

He is employed as General Manager of Martin Calibration - Eau Claire, as well as an agent for Hansen Insurance Agency, LLC.
Kevin Kiesow
On the state committee is since 2005, helps run the state tournament - Oshkosh.

Started shooting Dartball when he was 11 years old (1984). He shoots dartball in the Thursday St. Vincent League, and he also shoots Dartball in the Friday Oshkosh Sacred Heart 7-man league and is the league president. He also runs the web site for the Oshkosh dartball league. His highest league average was .550 in 1997-98 league play. He has shot in the state tournament since 1989, and was on 2 state champions: Castaway (A - 1990), Pete & Sons (A - 2012).

Kevin works in the engineering department for the city of Oshkosh.
Kevin Kohlbeck
On the state committee since 1999, currently serving as committee treasurer.

Started playing dartball when he was 14 years old (1974). He shoots dartball in both the Tuesday and Wednesday Green Bay leagues. Current President of the Tuesday Holy Name Dartball League. Has won several high average titles in the Tuesday night Holy Name Dartball league. His highest average was the 2001-02 season, when he finished at .558. Kevin was a member of the original group from Green Bay that started going to the state tournament in 1985. He was on the 1997 and 1999 Jill's Bar team from Green Bay that won class B titles. In 2005, he was the lead-off batter for the Bay Area team that won Green Bay's first ever class A title. Kevin helped bring the annual Amvets tournament to Green Bay in 2008.

Kevin Works as an inside salesmen for Kaman Technologies
Al Komoroski
On the state committee since 1991, and helps run the state tournament - Manitowoc.

Started playing Dartball when he was 13 years old (1969) in the Two Rivers City League. He still plays in that league, and also in the Lakeshore Dartball League. He has served the Two Rivers league as secretary for 13 years, and also served 23 years as league president. His highest league average was .613 in 1982 in the Two Rivers City League. Has shot in over 37 state tournaments, and won 7 class A championships with Sauve's, including a record 4 straight from 1999 to 2002. Was elected to the Dartball Hall of Fame in 2009.

If you don't recognize the name of this self proclaimed: "one hell of a nice guy", you might know him by his nickname: Bubbles!
Bob Leskovar
On the state committee since 1988, currently serving as Vice President on the committee.

Started playing Dartball when he was 15 years old (1960) in a Milwaukee CYO youth league. Shoots Dartball in the South Milwaukee 4 man league, where he is also the league treasurer. One of the premiere shooters in the state of Wisconsin, his highest season average was the 1992-93 season when he shot .717 in the 4-man league. Has shot in the state tournaments since the late 1960's and has the record for being on the most state champions with 11 class A titles (5 with Hickory Inn, 4 with Cruz Trucking, one with Pleasant View Builders, and one with AMC Pacers). Besides helping with the state tournament, he also runs an annual 2-man and 4-man tournament every year in South Milwaukee. He was elected to the Dartball Hall of Fame in 2009.

Bob is retired since 1998, after working 37 years as a letter carrier.
Jerry Mathwig
On the state committee since 1970, helps run the state tournament - West Allis.

Started playing dartball when he was 14 (1942) in the West Allis Classic League, and in 1946, at the age of 17, he had his highest league season average of .575. He still shoots Dartball in the West Allis 4 man league, and a 55 and over senior league. He was the West Allis League organizer and still is an advisor to the league. Jerry has shot in over 60 state tournaments, and was on the class A state champs in 1952, 1961, and 1965. He is always trying to promote dartball, and has sold boards and darts over the years.

Jerry was one of the original 3 members of the Dartball Hall of Fame.

Jerry is retired, after working 42 years as a designer for GE Medical Systems.
Scott Peterson
On the state committee since 1999. He led a group that brought the state tournament to Green Bay for the first time ever in 2003 and again in 2011.

Started playing dartball when he was 14 years old (1981), in the Denmark, WI church league. Shoots in the Green Bay Wednesday night league, league President since 1997. Also shoots with his son in the Holy Name Dartball League. His highest season average was the 1996-97 season when he finished with a .615 average. For many years has been a team captain for his leagues. In 1985, Scott and best friend Stacey Seering decided to try competing in the State Tournament, even though many of the fellow league players thought they had no chance to compete. The team returned with 4th place consolation trophies, and they have been going "to state" every year since.

Was captain of the 1997 & 1999 Jill's Bar team that won class B state titles. In 2005, his Bay Area team won Green Bay's first ever Class A Championship.

Was captain of 2012 Class A State Champions Pete & Sons Construction Services team. Member of the 2007 and 2010 state 4 man championship teams.

Scott owns Pete & Sons Construction Services. Scott is the amateur web designer for the Wisconsin State Dartball Committee and group secretary.

You can contact him at: widartballrulz@yahoo.com.
Harry Roecker
The President of the state tournament committee, helps run the state tournament - West Bend.

He has been involved in helping to run a lot of Dartball tournaments. Was on the Yahr Oil Company team that won state titles in 1975 and 2008. Harry and his wife Lori, own and operate LR Trophy and Sportswear in Kewaskum. LR Trophies have been presented at many Dartball league banquets and state tournaments.

Call Harry at 262-626-8094 for your next Dartball trophy or apparel needs!
Jerry Schulz
On the state committee since 1989, has helped run the state tournament - Watertown.

Started playing Dartball when he was 14 years old (1968) in the league he still plays in, the Kettle Moraine Lutheran Dartball League (KMLDL). He has also served as a past director and President of that league. He also shoots in the Hillcrest 4-man league, where he hit his highest average for a season of .572. Has participated in more than 28 State Dartball Tournaments, and was captain of the first ever Class B champions McProductions in 1986.

Jerry has worked as a route salesman for over 28 years.
Brian Shimanek
On the state committee since 2001, helps run the state tournament - Green Bay.

Shoots dartball in the Green Bay Wednesday night league (since 1980). One of the best triple shooters ever, his league average has been well over .600 every year since 1999, and he shoots the triple about 90% of the time. His highest season average was the 2005-06 season, when he finished at .678. Started playing dartball when he was 14 years old (1980), in the Denmark, WI church league. He has participated in the state tournament every year since 1989. Won state B titles in 1997 and 1999 on the Jill's Bar team. Won Class A titles with Green Bay teams: 2005 with Bay Area Darters and 2012 Pete & Sons Construction Services. Member of the 2007 and 2010 state 4 man champion teams. Has also won many shoot-off trophies.

Brian is a service technician for Pepsi Cola.
Travis Logslett
Elected to the State Committee in 2013, president of the Eau Claire Commerical League since 2013, webmaster of the league web site, and runs two tournaments each year.

Travis began playing dartball when he was nine subbing in two person summer league with his Dad, Dale (1989). He was fifteen when he starting playing full time in the Eau Claire Commerical League and still plays there currently. Travis has hit better than .581 for the past ten seasons including hitting over .600 five times. His highest league average was .627 in 2009. Travis has won numerous individual league awards for most singles and highest average. He has won a handful of state awards in the round robin shootoff and the traditional shootoff. He has two league championship titles (2012, 2013), 8 Northern Wisconsin Tournament titles, and a Class B state championship with TNT Roofing in 2004. Travis has been a avid supporter of dartball. In 2012 he began the league's first web site to help promote dartball in the Eau Claire community and record Eau Claire's long, rich dartball history. He currently runs both a three/four man tournament and a two-man tournament in the Eau Claire area.

Travis works as a math specialist at the Chippewa Falls Middle School and currently lives in Stanley, WI.
Jim Ehnert
Elected to State committee in 2016.

Currently the Commissioner of the 20-team Country Dartball League in Washington and Waukesha Counties since 2011. Former Commissioner of The Western Suburban Dartball League in Waukesha County from 2006-2008. Currently shoots in the Thursday Country Dartball League and the Tuesday Waukesha Church League. Integrated a League-wide website in 2011. Has Co-chaired State 4-man Tournaments twice and has run numerous in-league 4-man and 9-man Tournaments. Assisted in running State tournament in Milwaukee- 2016. Shooing Dartball since 1991, has shot with teams all over the area in League and Tournament play and has shot State Tournaments for a number of years. Member of Western Suburban Championship team in 2006 and Runner-up Country Dartball League team in 2013. Highest average was .460 in 2008 and held League RBI crown in 2013. Jim enjoys setting up boards and volunteering time at Senior Centers to "keep the game alive" for retired shooters. Has also introduced game to companies and organizations for "Team Building" exercises. Also would like to integrate "Junior Dartball" into area Tournaments in hopes of growing the game.

Jim is the General Manager of a 9 and 18-hole Golf Course in Waukesha County.
Chad Kuhfuss
Elected to State committee in 2018.

Currently the Web Administrator for the Wisconsin State Dartball website.

Chad has been playing dartball since he was a teenager, about 30 years ago, in the Interdenominational Dartball League in Sheboygan County. He moved to Hartford in 1994 and still drives to Sheboygan every Tuesday. In 2013 he joined the Country Dartball League, which is a lot closer to where he lives. Then in 2016 he became a sub for the Erin Inn on Wednesday nights. Dartball is truly something that he loves to do. He has also passed on his dartball passion to his two oldest sons who play with him on Tuesdays. He can see his youngest son shooting with them in the near future.

Chad has been co-captain of his Tuesday league team since 1998. He has also been the statistician for his Tuesday and Thursday teams. He has been a team captain in the state tournaments for the past 10 years and is a regular at Watertown and West Bend tournaments as well.

Chad is a Software Engineer for GE Healthcare and currently lives in Slinger, WI.