One of the highlights of the summer leagues is the Crazy Eight Youth League on Saturday mornings.
There is a new world today for kids with the web and smart phones and video games they have more to keep them entertained than I ever did at their age but the disadvantage is they do most of this indoors.
With a third of the summer season in the books, a trend we are seeing this summer is the ladies taking control and showing the men how to bowl.
This year we have some great fishing and it looks like it will continue for a while.
This past Memorial Day weekend a very special fishing tournament was held my a very special group of men and women.
The Elizabeth City Heroes Operation or ECHO held its annual fishing tournament for wounded warriors at a time when we could all appreciate our veterans and what they have done for our…
A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at the leagues that were on the short 32 week schedule, but there were a few that operated on the traditional 36 week program, and those leagues have wrapped up.
When most people go fishing they think rods, reels, tackle box and lets go but if you carry along some basic tools with you it could make your day go a lot smoother and easier in the long run.
While preparing for upcoming tournaments I am taking part in, I logged on to the United States Bowling Congress website, www.bowl.com, to get my average.
Well I have been reluctant to talk about cobia this year because every time I do the guys run to the beach and hit the water only to see one or two with no luck so I would like to officially say that the cobia have arrived at the beach so let’s get to it.
This past Winter season, running for 32-36 weeks, depending on the league, featured plenty of big numbers, and some bowlers having their coming out party as forces to be dealt with at Albemarle Lanes.