The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association will present the Open Championship Tournament on Nov. 7-8 and 14-15, and thanks to the board members and our association bowlers, we have 49 teams entered. This is a great improvement over past years when our tournaments declined in participation.
Just returned from a week vacation in Las Vegas with my daughter and son-in-law. My old military police unit from Germany was having its reunion there and we had a great time. I can’t thank my family enough for the way they took care of the old man.
I hate to be the one who said “I told you so,” but I reported many times over the years that bowling would never become an Olympic sport.
Josh Maxson took his game to Watauga and had a great event in the PBA Southwest Regional Dallas Orthopedic Trauma Surgeons Open.
The Greater Fort-Hood USBC Association Open Championship Tournament will be held Nov. 7-8 and 14-15. Entries close Oct. 4. The team event will be hosted by Killeen Bowlerama, with doubles and singles at Hallmark Lanes.
I have spent a lot of time recently watching Bowl TV Xtra Frame, watching the Professional Women’s Bowling Association Detroit Open.
One of the reasons we missed Mike Scroggins at the Killeen Open could be his competing in the PBA50 tournament. Scroggins, of Amarillo, won his third PBA50 Tour title of the season, and PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber, of St. Ann, Mo., clinched PBA50 Player of the Year honors Wednesday in the P…
I love the Southwest Region Killeen Open, but as I get older, it takes a toll on this old man.
Well, folks, it’s time for some great bowling action as the Southwest Region Professional Bowlers Association Tour rolls into Hallmark Lanes with some of the Greatest Bowlers in the World.
The United States Bowling Congress recently reported that Stefanie Johnson, of Grand Prairie, dominated the Professional Women’s Bowling Association Wichita (Kan.) Open on Saturday, blasting the field in match play and taking the title in the stepladder finals.
Time is getting close for the 19th annual Southwest PBA Regional Killeen Open, and the opportunity for local bowlers to earn a spot on the players roster starts to narrow.
There was a lot of action in Bryan last weekend as members of the Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC made the trip to compete in the State Mixed Senior Tournament.
In December, Reno’s National Bowling Stadium will be the center of the bowling universe as ESPN, Xtra Frame and the best players in the world will converge for a series of the most unique and lucrative events in the sport at the GEICO Professional Bowlers Association World Series of Bowling VII.
Hallmark Lanes has completed the installation of its synthetic lanes, and from all reports, the folks love them. Now we will see how many of our local bowlers want to compete in the Top Gun Scratch League starting on Aug. 10 and running for 20 weeks.
The 83rd Texas State USBC Open Championship Tournament concluded last weekend and our local association bowlers did quite well.
I just had a chance to check out some of the scores from the USBC Open Tournament in El Paso and I’m starting to feel better about the way my teams bowled after looking at some of the local high-average bowlers’ series. But, let’s just say I wouldn’t put a lot of emphasis on a house shot average.
Marshall Kent, the 2014 PBA Rookie of the Year, will bowl for his second PBA Tour title as top qualifier in the PBA Wolf Open on CBS Sports Network today at 7 p.m.
The only things I can say about the USBC Open Championships in El Paso are we had great weather, the food was excellent, and I got a bowling bag cheaper there than any place else in this area.
The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association concluded its Senior Tournament last weekend at Hallmark Lanes. Capturing the event was Pickett’s Team with a score of 2,708. The team consisted of Patty Pickett, Gary Pickett, Marcy Cearlock and Lee Price.
Forty-six members attended the Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association annual meeting at VFW 9192. The meeting was called to order by President Lee Price and a memorial for members who died during the season and a prayer was read by Director Marquita Darland.
It’s hard for me to believe that I have been a senior bowler for 26 years. Looking back I remember you had to be 55 years of age to bowl in the senior leagues. At some point, and I don’t remember exactly when, they dropped the entry to 50. I recalled there was some consternation because the …
The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association hosted the Tournament of Champions Scratch Tournament at Killeen Bowlerama for adults and youth.
In the five months since the inception of the Professional Bowlers Association Network prior to last October’s GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI, the PBA has seen sharp year-over-year increases in television ratings and viewership numbers on ESPN, live-streaming subscription numbers on Xt…
The unofficial standings for the Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association Men’s and Women’s Tournaments that completed this past weekend have Forcesomes the winner of the Division 1 men’s team event with a score of 2,658.
The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association’s Men’s and Women’s City Championships kicked off last weekend at Phantom Warrior Lanes and Hallmark Lanes.
The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association has a few events coming up. The Men’s and Women’s City Tournaments are scheduled for the next two weekends, with the team event at Phantom Warrior Lanes and doubles and singles at Hallmark Lanes.
Like him or not, Jason Belmonte is the baddest dude on the PBA planet. The Aussie joined the PBA in 2008 and arrived in the states in 2009. In that short period of time he has amassed seven standard titles, five major titles, two PBA Player of the Year honors, Rookie of the Year, won an ESPY…
Opening ceremonies for the 10th Annual Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association Youth Tournament will be held at noon Saturday at Hallmark Lanes. Many dignitaries have been invited and the youth leaders have worked very hard and will conduct the tournament.
The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association is accepting entries for the Men’s and Women’s Tournaments. All entries close at midnight Jan. 25. These are two separate tournaments bowling at the same time.
Here it is the sixth of January and I just finished Christmas. I got to see my daughter, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and five dogs. And the Cowboys won. It was a great time, but I’m glad it’s over. Now, back to bowling as of today.
Two months after losing his mother to cardiac failure, D.J. Archer, of Friendswood, bowled the biggest game of his life, winning his first Professional Bowlers Association Tour title in the PBA Chameleon Championship and stealing the spotlight from Ronnie Russell, of Marion, Ind., who bowled…