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New ball helps Brown improve game

New ball helps Brown improve game

There was a time when every athletic endeavor he ever tried came easy for Brian Brown, one of Mont Pleasant High School’s all-time great multi-sport stars.

Ray keeping up with the times

Ray keeping up with the times

When describing Mark Ray’s bowling style, it all depends on which era you are talking about.

Coach expects bowling dynasty to continue at SCCC

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Coach expects bowling dynasty to continue at SCCC

Both men's and women's teams contend for national titles

Bowling: After slow start, NEST series really taking off

Jim Burton and his New Era Senior Tournaments crew understand that competing never gets old, even when the body does.

Scratch Challenge won't be an easy test

The first official major tournament in the Capital Region is meant to test all aspects of a scratch bowler’s game.

Swiatocha finds groove in Sport league

Matt Swiatocha knocked down pins with regularity for nearly three decades, but it wasn’t until his recent venture into Sport league bowling, and getting some advice from an old coach, that his game leaped to a new level.

CD Youth Scholarship Tour is going strong

CD Youth Scholarship Tour is going strong

Although many Capital Region youth bowling programs are down in numbers, the Capital District Youth Scholarship Tour is thriving.

D’Aurizio finally gets his 800 triple, and he does it twice

D’Aurizio finally gets his 800 triple, and he does it twice

Joe D’Aurizio is no ham-and-egg bowler. Actually, he’s more of a sausage-and-pepperoni type of guy.

Taking a roll down memory lane in 2015-16

Another local bowling season is almost in the books.

PBA Experience can help improve game

If you are a serious bowler who wants to excel at the top levels of the game, competing in a PBA Experience league on challenging conditions should help you improve.

Ralbovsky finally gets his game back on track

All bowlers, regardless of skill level, go through slumps. Sometimes, those frustrating moments on the lanes continue so long, and to such a degree, that we consider giving up the game altogether.

Donato tournament now honors two area legends

The Donato name is synonymous with superior bowling in the Capital Region, especially in Schenectady.

Miseno captures New York State Masters championship

Nick Miseno has claimed trophies in plenty of major events on the lanes in a long career of scratch tournament competition, but last weekend’s victory was special because his family was watching and rooting him on.

SCCC women overcome health issues to capture NJCAA title

The bus ride home from Airport Lanes in Cheektowaga last weekend was surprisingly quiet for the Schenectady County Community College bowling teams.

A ‘Blizzard’ is coming to Boulevard Bowl

As we approach the stretch run of the 2015-2016 season, there are still plenty of interesting tournaments available for both the scratch and handicap bowlers.

Douglas has good split personality

Douglas has good split personality

New Daily Gazette bowling league secretary Bill Douglas has a split personality on the lanes.

Lovers at the lanes: A Valentine's Day story

Lovers at the lanes: A Valentine's Day story

Mixed leagues are dominated by husbands and wives or boyfriends with girlfriends. Bowling is a night out together.

Columbia wins Section II girls' bowling title

Many things have changed on the local bowling scene over the last decade or so, but one thing that has remained the same is the excitement and popularity of the Section II bowling championships.

SCCC bowling teams ranked No. 1 in NJCAA again

Schenectady County Community College bowling coach Ray Ross doesn’t want to jinx his teams, but he admits he has another strong group as the collegiate season heads into the stretch run.

LeClair thriving on PBA50 tour

Brian LeClair is making the most of his second chance on the lanes.

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