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Recent Championship Takes the Tech Out of Bowling - Popsci.com

3/4/2009 - What happens when current day hot-shots play their games without the accoutrements?

PBA Event brings financial benefit to Norwich - Norwich Bulletin

3/4/2009 - Nobody’s getting rich off it just yet, but organizers of Connecticut’s only Professional Bowlers Association stop like the trends associated with the event.

The John Nolen Interview - Spinal Column Online

3/4/2009 - It wasn't long ago that Waterford Township native John Nolen was a teenager bowling at Airway Lanes in Waterford with dreams of hitting the big time.

Former pro bowler takes MAHS team on winning roll - Middletown Press and Journal

3/4/2009 - “Bowling has been very good to me,” says Darryl Bower, head coach of the Middletown Area High School Bowling Club boys’ and girls’ teams.

Malott digging a bigger hole-Merrillville Post-Tribune

3/3/2009 - Last week the points leader on the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA), Wes Malott, stuck his foot in his mouth by explaining his absence from the Geico Plastic Ball Championship with a diatribe ab

PBA Bowling v1.0.7 - Pocket PC Central

3/2/2009 - The biggest name in bowling, Professional Bowlers Association is now available for your mobile device.

Indy resident finishes 2nd in bowling final-Indianapolis Star

3/2/2009 - The storybook finish would have had Ronnie Russell winning his first career PBA Tour title on Sunday.

Malott wins 6th career PBA title in Indianapolis-Int'l Herald Tribune

3/2/2009 - Wes Malott earned his sixth career PBA Tour title on Sunday, beating hometown favorite Ronnie Russell 248-195 to win the Etonic Marathon Open at Woodland Bowl.

PBA's Malott takes step toward P.O.Y.-Topeka Capital-Journal

3/2/2009 - Wes Malott bolstered his PBA player-of-the-year hopes by defeating Ronnie Russell, 248-195, Sunday to win the Etonic Marathon Open in Indianapolis.

Malott wins PBA event at Woodland Bowl - WTHR.com

3/2/2009 - Wes Malott earned his sixth career PBA Tour title today, beating hometown favorite Ronnie Russell 248-195 to win the Etonic Marathon Open at Indianapolis' Woodland Bowl.

FOR THE RECORD JACOB KENT: Kent follows in father’s footsteps

3/1/2009 - Jacob Kent has been cheering for his father Doug Kent on the PBA Tour ever since he was no taller than a bowling pin. As he grew up, the son dreamed of following in dad’s successful footsteps.

Weber advances to PBA finals - Indianapolis Star

3/1/2009 - Pete Weber was 45th after the first round of the Etonic Marathon Open.

Indianapolis' Russell makes it to final 5 - Indianapolis Star

2/28/2009 - Sunday's Etonic Marathon Open five-man finals features four established PBA Tour stars and a hometown favorite.

Bowlers have a lingo all their own - Indianapolis Star

2/26/2009 - They throw rocks, or pebbles, for a living. What happens after that, well, it's open for interpretation through a glossary of terms professional bowlers use each day.

PBA event field cut to 53 - Indianapolis Star

2/26/2009 - Chris Loschetter surged past Hoosier bowler Eugene McCune in Wednesday's early nine-game qualifying block to take the lead in the PBA's Etonic Marathon Open at Woodland Bowl.

Munster's McCune first in PBA event in Indy - nwi.com

2/25/2009 - Munster's Eugene McCune is in first place after nine games at the PBA Tour's Etonic Marathon Open at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis.

Bowlers face endurance test this tourney - Indianapolis Star

2/25/2009 - Mika Koivuniemi threw his first couple of warm-up balls and felt a familiar tingle of pain from the middle finger on his right hand.

Jeff Carter finally wins a PBA tourney - The Canadian Press

2/25/2009 - Jeff Carter built a big lead in the early frames and held off Pete Weber 235-213 to win the PBA Tour's GEICO Plastic Ball Championship on Sunday.

Old names, new winner come to fore - Times-Union.com

2/24/2009 - After his first PBA Tour victory Sunday, Jeff Carter summed up the week appropriately.

Two-hander back in top spot at USBC Open Championships - bowl.com

2/24/2009 - While Australian bowling sensation Jason Belmonte continues to garner international media attention as the world's most successful two-hander on the lanes, Steven Vance of Norcross, Ga., is quietly ma