In The News
4/16/2009 - Can you name the PBA's 50 greatest bowlers of all time?
4/15/2009 - It is just after 9 p.m. when Milwaukie Bowl surrenders to a swarm of red polo shirts, their backs bearing the owners' full names in white script.
4/15/2009 - Forgive Nebraska Coach Bill Straub for being so reflective in the aftermath of perhaps his biggest milestone in bowling yet.
4/15/2009 - Poet Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door.”
4/14/2009 - One was not enough for Ken Curry.
4/13/2009 - John Maloof of Park Hall, Md., stopped PBA Hall of Famer Tom Baker of King, N.C., 210-198 in the title match of yesterday's PBA South Region Senior Tour stop at Sport Lanes in Martinsville.
4/13/2009 - Jason Belmonte has always felt that no matter where he bowled in the past, he was the main event.
4/13/2009 - Easter Sunday had some pretty exciting television.
4/13/2009 - Kim Buell and his two sons -- David and Stephen -- combined for a rare triple this bowling season. Each had an 800 series.
4/13/2009 - That's what several people commenting on my previous PBA blog entry were, but that's part of the game, right?
4/8/2009 - I guess I should congratulate Wes Malott for his PBA Player of the Year honor, but for some reason it seems so artificial.
4/8/2009 - For three days, 11 of the top U.S. male bowlers and five of the best female bowlers will face off at the Kegel Training Center in the newest additions to the Professional Bowling Association schedule.
4/8/2009 - The life of a professional bowler can be hectic. Just ask Chris Barnes.
4/8/2009 - Are two hands really better than one?
4/7/2009 - One thing is for sure: Everything about professional bowler Mike Scroggins’ game goes against the norm.
4/6/2009 - At first glance, Chris Barnes’ one-pin loss Sunday in the semifinal match of the 66th U.S. Open bowling tournament in North Brunswick, N.J., might look like the latest in a collection of heartbreaking
4/6/2009 - Defeating Professional Bowlers Association Player of the Year contenders Norm Duke and Chris Barnes in the stepladder finals, Mike Scroggins of Amarillo, Texas, won his second career major in winning
4/6/2009 - After clinching the most important championship of his life Sunday afternoon, Mike Scroggins sat in his chair under the bright lights from the television cameras and dabbed at the sweat that had gathe
4/6/2009 - Mike Scroggins won his second career major, defeating Norm Duke 191-173 in the championship match of the 66th Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open in North Brunswick, N.J.
4/6/2009 - Mike Scroggins won his second career major, defeating Norm Duke 191-173 in the championship match of the 66th Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open on Sunday.