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Victory for Malott would be twice as nice-Medford Mail Tribune

1/18/2009 - A year ago, Wes Malott was the "Great Right Hope" of the Bayer Earl Anthony Medford Classic. He was the only right-hander in the four-man field and steamrolled to victory.

Big stars have ties to Florida-Miami Herald

1/18/2009 - Sixteen of the 50 greatest bowlers in the 50-year history of the Professional Bowlers Association have lived in Florida, which is an amazing total because Florida is not recognized as a bowling mecca.

In the Pocket: Vitalo records list constantly changing-Schenectady Daily Gazette

1/16/2009 - The Vitalo Open Classic is one of the premier leagues in the Schen­ectady Bowling Association, and secretary Dave Mennillo makes sure his bowlers understand their place in league history.

Star-crossed LeClair gets a second chance-Medford Mail Tribune

1/16/2009 - Brian LeClair has a dubious streak, and because of a unique circumstance, the longtime member of the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association Tour has a chance to stop it.

Bowling: Classy reunion marks PBA's 50th anniversary-Manchester Journal Inquirer

1/16/2009 - Have you ever been to a class reunion? One dating back 40-years or more? Hard to recognize some of the folks in the room, isn’t it?

Field of 64 Set for PBA Bayer Earl Anthony Medford Classic - Sports Network

1/15/2009 - Timothy Behrendt of St. Louis, Mo., rolled a 1,542 seven-game total Wednesday to top a field of 61 non-exempt bowlers competing for six berths in the PBA Bayer Earl Anthony Medford Classic at Lava Lan

Allen wins PBA event in Reno - International Herald Tribune

1/15/2009 - Patrick Allen won the Lumber Liquidators PBA National Bowling Stadium Championship on Sunday, beating Walter Ray Williams Jr. 225-223 when Williams left a pocket 8-10 split on his second shot in the 1

Patrick Allen won National Bowling Stadium Championship - Pahrump Valley Times

1/14/2009 - Patrick Allen won the Lumber Liquidators PBA National Bowling Stadium Championship on Sunday, beating Walter Ray Williams Jr. 225-223 when Williams left a pocket 8-10 split on his second shot in the 1

A weekend to remember for Cochran - Medford Mail Tribune

1/14/2009 - Central Point resident gets engaged, wins spot in Earl Anthony qualifying.

Allen Takes Advantage of Williams Bad Break - Sarasota Herald Tribune

1/13/2009 - A colossal bad break for Walter Ray Williams Jr., the Professional Bowlers Association's all-time titles leader, handed Patrick Allen the PBA National Bowling Stadium Championship on Sunday.

Allen wins PBA event in Reno - International Herald Tribune

1/13/2009 - Patrick Allen won the Lumber Liquidators PBA National Bowling Stadium Championship on Sunday, beating Walter Ray Williams Jr. 225-223 when Williams left a pocket 8-10 split on his second shot in the 1

5th Induction Strikes Ritger Like His 1st - Green Bay Press Gazette

1/13/2009 - Being inducted into a hall of fame is nothing new to Dick Ritger, but he considers each induction special, as was the case when he was inducted into the Wisconsin State USBC Bowling Association Hall o

A Woman's Touch - Medford Mail Tribune

1/13/2009 - Feldman, Dorin-Ballard lead the way as PBA Women's Series plays here for the first time.

Medford Event Will Be Well-oiled Machine - Medford Mail Tribune

1/13/2009 - There are a lot of new things happening on the Lumber Liquidators Professional Bowlers Association Tour, most of them in conjunction with the season-long 50th anniversary celebration.

Campos: Hall of Famers bring back memories - Peoria Journal Star

1/11/2009 - It's never surprising whenever I see that some all-time greats in bowling are earning more well-deserved honors.

Malott still rolling since winning here - Medford Mail Tribune

1/11/2009 - Wes Malott left Medford with the hot hand a year ago, and no one has been able to cool the big Texan's trigger finger since.

Time Honored - Medford Mail Tribune

1/11/2009 - As the PBA celebrates 50 years, the spotlight shines on Medford's Marshall Holman one more time.

Kegler's Korner: Unlike NFL, no ties on lanes - Terre Haute News

1/11/2009 - Take note Philadelphia Eagles quarterback — there ARE ties in regular season National Football League games, but there are NO ties in bowling.

Oakwood Lanes in Washington, N.J., celebrates 50 years - Lehigh Valley, PA

1/11/2009 - The economy is a hot-button topic with businesses closing at an alarming rate. With storefronts disappearing, one area staple is celebrating a half-century of serving area bowlers.

Parker Bohn III named BWAA Bowler of the Month

1/9/2009 - Parker Bohn III has been selected Bowling Writers Association of America Kegel Bowler of the Month for December.