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This Sunday, Nov. 2 at 1 p.m. is the signup for Youth Bowling from PeeWee’s to Majors. Parents wanting to have their kids in the youth program are encouraged to bring them in and sign them up. The unofficial official results are in for the Senior...
After 40 years of being in existance as the International Family Tournament it is being replaced by the All American Family Tournament. There are many changes being made but the basic concept is still the same — a handicap doubles tournament...
As we pulled out of Thompson Falls the Sunday that my wife, Faye, and Lynn Crossley bowled in the Senior Tournament, I mentioned how good both of them bowled. “I said you both might get a nickel or two back.” Little did I realize that Faye would...
As stated in last week’s article, October is National Learn to Bowl Month. Starting Saturday at 1 p.m., lessons will begin for new bowlers only. The lessons will be from 1 to 2 p.m., running for four Saturdays in October. From 2 to 3 p.m. there wil...
In the 1970s, the former Montana State Women’s Bowling Association started an awards program for women bowling in the state tournaments. After the merger of the associations, that program has continued with a pin given to women who bowl in the...
The new season is now upon us, with all the leagues in full swing and scores are respectable considering the long layoff over the summer months. Over the summer, the Havre Men's, Women's, and Youth USBC associations voted to merge. They are now one...
The Annual Pepsi Challenge Tournament was held in Butte at Star Lanes May 3-4. A total of four junior bowlers from Havre made the trip to the Mining City. Those participating were Brandon McLain, Max...
As the bowling leagues are winding down it is time to look at the high scores for the year in each league. SUNDAY KEGLERS: Christie Holden 223, 602 for the women and Roman Surber 300 and Kelly Olson 810 for the men. MONDAY STRAIGHTAWAY MIXED: Shawn... Full story
Here are results from the last week of bowling at Hi-Line Lanes and K-Lines in Rudyard. SUNDAY KEGLERS: Creative Leisure 842, 2495; C. Holden 203, 523; K. Surber 224, 243, 216, 683. Other Honors: J. Lynnes 233,235, 635; J.Burrington 215, 604; M.... Full story
The Fundraiser for Havre Youth Baseball will be this Saturday night. Sign-ups are at 5:30 p.m. with bowling to start at 6:30. Cost is $20 per person. There will be a Silent Auction, along with 50/50 tickets. Sloppy Joes will be served. All proceeds... Full story
The Annual Hi-Line Lanes No-Tap Mixed Doubles is over and the winners are: No. 1 Michele Denny and Dave Wolf 1,795; No. 2 Michele Denny and Jacob Anderson 1,775; No. 3 Laine Fitzpatrick and Doug Watson 1,766; No. 4 (tie) Alicia Burrington and Ryan... Full story
The score of 1,758 bowled by Alicia Burrington and Ryan Mapes is still holding down the top spot after the second weekend of play in the Annual No-Tap Mixed Doubles. Second and third also remain the same with Michele and Doug Denny and Julie Rodgers... Full story
After one week of play in the No-Tap Mixed Doubles Tournament, Alicia Burrington and Ryan Mapes are sitting on top with a score of 1,758. They are followed by Michele and Doug Denny with 1,717, and Julie Rodgers and Shawn Mariani with 1,694. There... Full story
The Annual No-Tap Mixed Doubles Tournament gets underway Feb. 22 and runs through March 9. There is a guaranteed $600 for first place with $500 cash for anyone shooting a 292 game. Gusto Distributing is awarding two jackets for first place. Call for... Full story
The Men’s City Tournament is right around the corner with the team event being held Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. with doubles and singles and extra team events being held Feb. 15-16 at noon both days. The entry fee is $15 per person, per event,... Full story
The Junior-Adult No-Tap League will make its debut Monday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. Bowlers are asked to be there by 6:30 as there are still a couple of spots to be filled. Anyone wanting to bowl in a short-season fun league can call Hi-Line Lanes at... Full story
After a two-week layoff due to the holidays and a week off due to a break in the sprinkler system, Ten Pin Chatter is back with a brief summary of the last three weeks. Highlights of 2013 included five 300 games and two 800 series. Ival Jackson once... Full story
In the Monday Night Straightaway League, Dave Wolf shot the second 300-game of the season. Dave, who is one of Havre’s long-time bowlers, accomplished the feat on his second game of a four game set. He shot games of 237, 300, 192, 268 for a 997... Full story
The Hi-Line Lanes Challenge Tournament has completed another chapter, as 24 keglers took to the lanes on Saturday. Bowlers from Browning, Shelby, Great Falls, Big Sandy, Harlem and Havre were competing for the top spot, or “King of the Hi-Line,”... Full story
As the weather continues to get colder the lanes remain hot for the keglers, especially Havre's Roman Surber. He has rolled three 700-series in a row. That feat is remarkable considering most bowlers won’t do that in a lifetime, the low one being... Full story
A reminder to all parents and U.S.B.C. youth members that this Sunday at 1 p.m. is the sign-up for youth bowling to commence on Nov. 24 at 1:30 p.m. Pee Wee (bumper bowling), Bantam, Juniors and Seniors are all invited to come and sign up. Bowlers... Full story
After three unsuccessful tries at a 300 game, all ending with a score of 297, Roman Surber finally got the jinx off his back as he succeeded in rolling a 300-game on Sunday night. Surber did it in the third game after games of 172 and 180 for a 652 s... Full story
Hi-Line Lanes has added something new called “Spin The Magic Wheel” when you pay for your bowling. The Wheel will be at the desk. You can win everything from a free game, to hamburger and fries. You must be 18 or older to spin and only get one sp... Full story
Those interested in the Junior Bowling Program are urged to call Hi Line Lanes and sign up for the season. League bowling for U.S.B.C. Youth will be starting very soon. Anyone interested in coaching may also sign up. Bumper bowling will begin at the... Full story