NDBowling.com Major Preview: 2017 CMA Memorial Shootout

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North Hill Bowl in Minot, ND will play host to the 14th Annual Morris Anderson Memorial Shootout this weekend. Most bowlers are fresh off a trip North to Winnipeg where a rather strong field bowlers were forced to make solid shots to compete. The conditions at the CMA Memorial Shootout will be no different. With Continue Reading...

Wade Scott Dominates Open for First Major Title

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Over the years, the Manitoba Open has developed a classification as one of the toughest NDBowling.com Majors to win. The Open is the only Major to carry a 10 game qualifier in the opening round. The more games you bowl, the likelihood increases that your better bowlers will rise toward the top. So when the Continue Reading...

NDBowling.com Major Preview: 2017 Manitoba Open

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The NDBowling.com Major Championship’s will kick off January 14th in Winnipeg, MB. Chateau Lanes will once again play host to the Manitoba Open which will be conducting its 36th installment of the longest standing NDBowling.com Major. Melody Savage and her staff have again provided a prize fund worthy of a multi-state/province drive to attend. With Continue Reading...

Another Win for Randy Peterson

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North Dakota Hall of Famer Randy Peterson has been quietly putting together a season for the ages. Back in November, Peterson paired up with Bob Vander Vorst in route to the NDBPA State Doubles title. That weekend, Peterson also took home the singles title by averaging well over 230 in the individual portion. A few Continue Reading...

Youth is Served at State Team in Minot

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NDBowling.com was launched in the fall of 2012. December of that season marked the first NDBPA State Scratch Team Tournament that was covered by the website. That season, Team ND Storm (Dave Schick, Randy Peterson, Eric Kempel, Bob Vander Vorst) claimed the title with a score of 10472 at Buffalo Lanes in Jamestown, ND. Over Continue Reading...

Wade Scott Survives King of the Hill

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I don’t know about everyone else, but king of the hill was a game often played in my childhood. On days like today where an extreme amount of snow would fall, the plows would often pile all of the snow in the middle of the cul-de-sac creating a mountain of ice. Where I grew up, Continue Reading...