Jillian Martin has long been on a trajectory to become bowling’s next star, and this summer the 17-year-old further proved her talent when she became the youngest to ever win a PWBA event at the BowlTV Classic in Texas.
NEW YORK (AP) — Nursing and professional bowling aren’t usually found on the same resume. In fact, Erin McCarthy is just one of a few to claim that territory. The 31-year-old McCarthy has weathered the pandemic as a critical care nurse in Omaha, and she did it during the darkest days of the coronavirus crisis […]
Following in the family footsteps, Izaac Goergen continues to add to his impressive bowling resume. Last season, the Midland grad became the first bowler in MHSAA Division I history to win back-to-back state titles.
For the second consecutive year, the Grass Lake boys bowling team has won a state championship with a dominant performance.
ROCKLEDGE, Fla. — The bowler prepares and is analyzing the pins at the end of the wooden path. As the ball is released down the wooden path towards the pins that are standing at attention, the crowd is quiet. They are anticipating the ball knocking over pins and staying out of the gutter. As the […]
After a defeat in the opening round of the 2019 MHSAA Regionals, Warren Woods Tower bowler Noah Tafanelli regrouped and went on a stellar run in the 2020 tournament. His win in Division 2 singles delivered the school its first state title in boys bowling.
Jerod Ogden, 36, is one of Canada’s top 10 Special Olympics bowlers. When he’s not knocking down pins, he’s spreading the word about brain injuries with his mom, Selina, after a 1988 multi-vehicle pileup nearly proved fatal for them both.
Tyler Johnson, 17, bowled a perfect game just days after coming down with the flu to help guide St. Charles East to their first-ever state championship.
Kohlton Calvin just finished up his senior year at Pekin High School. He has played multiple sports during his prep career, but his main sport is bowling. He was brought into the game by his father, Marty, who is a bowling hall of famer. Now, Kohlton is looking to leave his own legacy on the lanes.
With no experience as an athlete or in organized sports, this 64-year-old Pennsylvania veterinarian has built a 33-year lifestyle around his role as a coach and unified partner athlete with the Special Olympics.