In The News

Win comes with a bonus for Barnes - Columbus Dispatch

3/10/2009 - For six months, pro bowler Chris Barnes had been including in his luggage a pair of outrageous plaid pants that he had no intention of wearing.

Plastic ball event draws national interest - Great Falls Tribune

3/10/2009 - There was a lot of good and little bad that came out of last month's PBA plastic ball tournament, held near Denver, Feb. 18-22.

On Point with Chris Paul - Video

3/6/2009 - Go behind the scenes as the Hornets' PG hosts the Chris Paul PBA Celebrity Invitational during All-Star Weekend.

VIDEO: Professional Bowling returns to Norwich - Norwich Bulletin

3/6/2009 - VIDEO: Professional Bowling returns to Norwich.

PBA at Sequoia: Career-best 299 helps fuel top qualifier-Columbus Dispatch

3/6/2009 - Former PBA Tour rookie of the year Bill O'Neil rolled a career-best 299 in his final game last night to lead first-day qualifying for the Don Johnson Buckeye State Eliminator Classic at Sequoia Pro Bo

Bowler learns from stormy past - Columbus Dispatch

3/6/2009 - The meteorologist major who dreamed of chasing storms was creating them instead. Rhino Page was a hurricane waiting to happen.

Family all aboard Buss' pro bowling dream - Rockford Register Star

3/5/2009 - There’s nothing like a Wednesday as Jesse Buss competes to keep alive his lifelong dream of becoming a professional bowler.

Former PBA stars help team into lead at Open Championships - bowl.com

3/5/2009 - Former Professional Bowlers Association standouts Dave Husted of Milwaukie, Ore., and Mark Baker of Santa Ana, Calif., proved they are still as sharp as ever as they helped Forgey Sports Medicine 1 in

Thanks to his RV, star bowler is always home - Columbus Dispatch

3/5/2009 - During breaks in the action at the Sequoia Pro Bowl this week, it's usually not hard to find Walter Ray Williams Jr. Just follow the extension cord to his large RV.

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.