A week of trash talking came back and bit someone in the butt. Tad bragged about his bowling abilities and how he was going beat everyone during the annual Bowl for Kids Future, Friday. This morning he's eating humble pie.
It's not uncommon to see several Utica Comets players out and about around town. Most of the time, they are either participating in some sort of charity event or making a special appearance. It was no surprise that some awesome players would take the time out of their days to take some kids bowling!
In an attempt to draw more interest in bowling, the "powers that be" are experimenting with the way the game is scored. They hope the end result will be a spot in Olympics. The new scoring system will be tested in this weekend's tournament. Click for more details.
With the "Frog Days Of Summer" almost in your rear view mirror, now may be the time to join a bowling leauge. Big Frog's Matt Herkimer is a league bowler with impressive stats, especially when they leave the bumpers up! As for me, I'm a left-hander and like many other sports, I have yet to master bowling. So, for my fellow left-handers, here's a bowling tip.
Many of you pass the time during the "Frog Days of Fall" by participating in a weekly bowling league. I'm a lefthander, and no matter how many times I've bowled (or golfed for that matter), I can't get rid of a hook.
Now we're talking technical here bowlers. During the "Frog Days of Fall", many of you take part in bowling leagues. One of our Big Frog members is quite a league bowler, especially when they put up the bumpers for him.
The Frog Days of Summer have been filled with outdoor activity, and now that September is here, we find other things to do inside. It's that time of year when many bowling leagues begin, and many of you enjoy that participation sport week after week after week.
For me, the game of bowling is fun to play, but hard to master. You know how those professional bowlers really have great form when they roll the ball? Yeah, well, for me, I just throw the bowing ball and hope it hits, at least, one pin. As you watch the video, this guy, Josh Scanlon, is having a pretty good game overall. Then, at about :55 in the video, the game looks to be going down hill...but,