This week’s bowling news is dedicated to longtime local bowler, James White, whom we lost way too soon last week. We are all better people to have had James in our lives. RIP good friend.
When I am fishing in our area for largemouth one of the things that I have tied on is a soft plastic bait of one kind or another.
In case you haven’t heard, Elizabeth City State University has openings for an athletic director and men’s basketball coach.
When it comes to spring time bass fishing the weather controls what and where we fish and with the rain and wind the water clouds up on us and we end up fishing muddy water even if we don’t want it.
Every year, for three days in the spring, Albemarle Lanes hosts some of the most young at heart bowlers of the Albemarle Area.
We have all been waiting for the long winter to break and even though we had a small teaser last month it finally looks like we are warming up.
For the third time this calendar year, Albemarle Lanes has witnessed one of its own clear the rack on 12 consecutive shots and claim a perfect 300 game.
When we fish for crappie this time of year our local anglers use a lot of different techniques but one of the best is a system they call a spider rig.
Many parents are trying to live the dream through their sons and daughters – the dream of landing a college athletic scholarship by specializing in a sport year-round.
Have you ever asked why a bowling match takes place on a pair of lanes instead of each competitor having his or her own lane to compete? If you haven’t, I bet you are now, and lucky for you, you’re about to know why.
The reason we alternate lanes in bowling is similar to the same reason…