FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY The Bismarck Bobcats' tradition of goalie development
For those who compete in junior hockey, the goal is often to move on to the next level of hockey. For most players in the North American Hockey League, the only Tier II junior league in the United S... Posted on 2/16/13 at 1:00 AM
FARGO FORCE Force grab Minnesotan and Bowling Green commit Pohlkamp
The Fargo Force knew they needed to fill a few specific needs in the United States Hockey League Entry Draft. They used their first pick, which didnt come until 20th overall, to take goaltender Tomas ... Posted on 6/2/12 at 12:04 PM
REGGIE TALES Perfect Bowler
You never know where some of your best news tips will come from. Sometimes it's an anonymous caller. Or an e-mail. Or your 12-year old daughter comes home from school and says her best friend's d... Posted on 3/15/11 at 10:39 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Babes Go Bowling
I was invited to a five-year-old's birthday party Saturday, and ended up spending about two hours watching tiny children bowl.
It was a little like watching an episode of the Three Stooges, but withou... Posted on 2/22/10 at 11:00 PM
Brandon Mord was focused on the first 300 game of his bowling career. And he was close, After rolling 10 straight strikes in the Senior-Junior League at Red Ray Lanes on March 16, the Grand Forks 16-year-old came up just short of the perfect game, rolling a 289.
I’m not that good a bowler,” said Clarabell Demers of Grafton, N.D. “But they tell me not to quit.” She plans to be at the 12th Street Bowl on Wednesday in Grafton when her senior league starts another year. Nothing so unusual about that; except that Clarabell will be 100 on Nov. 3.
Scott Shimpa Memorial Motorcycle Ride/Chris Dewey fundraising event will be held Aug. 14 at Duffer’s Sports Bar and Grill in Erskine, Minn. Registration starts at noon, and the ride will begin at 1 p.m.
Bowling, once a staple in area communities, struggles to survive. Despite having fewer than 200 residents in town, the Munich, N.D., bowling alley is in its 50th year. Its existence defies bowling’s trend, especially in smaller communities that have lost their gathering places along with other amenities.
Sadness turned to anger Wednesday, when authorities announced that the manager of a rival bowling alley, the only other one in Cumberland County, had been charged with arson in the destruction of Loyle Lanes.
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