• December 7, 2016

Bowling

The Latest News

The Latest: Hawaii hosting Middle Tennessee in Hawaii Bowl

NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the College Football Playoff and bowl selection (all times local):

Bowl worthy: Vanderbilt upsets No. 24 Tennessee, 45-34

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Kyle Shurmur threw for a career-high 416 yards, and Vanderbilt scored the final 21 points in an upset of No. 24 Tennessee 45-34 Saturday night that erased any doubts the Commodores belong in a bowl.

Row, row, 10-0: No. 14 Western Michigan stays unbeaten

KENT, Ohio (AP) — Western Michigan's perfect season is still afloat.

Special Olympics bowling tourney begins Friday

For the 30th straight year, Fort Hood’s Phantom Warrior Lanes will host the Special Olympics Texas Bowling Tournament.

Area leagues are under way

Well, the Phantom Warrior Oldtimers league, or as I call it the Liniment League, started this past Thursday at Phantom Warrior Lanes. It’s a big league, 28 four–person teams The smell of Bengay tells you the fall season is underway.

BOWLING: Fort Worth's Dacy wins 19th annual Killeen Open

The 19th annual Southwest PBA Killeen Open was one of the best. A local bowler was in the running for the championship, as well as a rare two-handed bowler.

KILLEEN OPEN: Pasadena’s Lavery-Spahr leads field after Day 1 qualifying

Pasadena’s Anthony Lavery-Spahr led Saturday’s eight-game qualifying sessions with an average of 212 as the 19th annual Southwest PBA Regional Killeen Open kicked off at Hallmark Lanes.

Top bowlers head to Killeen for PBA event Aug. 7-9

Five-time champion Mike Scroggins, of Amarillo, 3-time champion Nathan Bohr, formerly of Austin, along with National Tour Pro and 2008 champion Wes Malott, headline a strong field of nearly 100 bowlers who are expected to compete for over $20,000 in prize money in the 19th annual PBA SW Region Killeen Open on Aug. 7-9 at Hallmark Lanes.

Nolanville’s Charles excels at tourney in Green Bay

What name do you give to a loyal New England Patriot fan? Why it’s Sandi Charles.

Pasadena’s Lavery-Spahr wins Killeen Open

Sean Lavery-Spahr of Pasadena defeated five-time winner Mike Scroggins of Amarillo, 257-239, Sunday in the championship match of the PBA Southwest Region Killeen Open at Hallmark Lanes.

Ex-MLB pitcher among final 29 vying for Killeen Open title

The PBA Southwest Region Killeen Open is underway at Hallmark Lanes for its 18th season, and Houston’s Shawn Maldonado led the way with a 221.62 average as the field was trimmed to 29 for today’s competition.

Lots of info to share from USBC meeting

The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association held their board meeting Saturday, and the following information was provided by Association Manager Suzie Wollek.