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ROBIN ROMEO WINS 2014 USBC SENIOR QUEENS

USBC Communications • Published: July 3, 2014 | Bowl.com RENO, Nev. – United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Robin Romeo of Newhall, Calif., made her way through the stepladder finals to capture the coveted tiara at the 2014 USBC Senior Queens presented by Storm on Thursday. The 57-year-old right-hander defeated fellow hall…

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ROBIN ROMEO WINS 2012 SENIOR U.S. OPEN

USBC Communications • Published June 26, 2012 • Bowl.com RENO, Nev. – United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Robin Romeo of Newhall, Calif., added another green jacket to her collection as she won the 2012 Bowling’s Senior U.S. Women’s Open at the National Bowling Stadium on Tuesday. The 1989 U.S….

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MEMORIES OF THE END OF AN ERA: ROCKET BOWL

Examiner.com May 21, 2012 Keith Kitti knew it was coming, but that didn’t keep the sting from hurting any less. The date was May 31, 2009, nearly three years ago. AMF Rocket Bowl closed its doors in Chatsworth after staying in business 47 years. This year would have been the…

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2011 CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS HIGH SCORES

299 shot 4/2/11 at Mission Hills Bowl, Team Event by Oliver Gruber… Darn 10 pin! Team event at Mission: Richie Gardner 297 & Edward Van Daniker 259-300-300 = 859… one monster series! Thank You to Mission Hills Bowl-Rusty Bryant’s, Pro Zone Pro Shop & in AMF El Dorado Lanes-Juan Foncesa’s, Fill…

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NEW NLAC SERIES RECORD 888

Jan 25, 2011 – Bowling on lanes 19-20 in the Tuesday night Men’s Classic League at Mission Hills Bowl, ANTHONY SHARPSTEEN put together games of 289-299-300 for an incredible 888 series.  A packed 9-pin and two solid 7-pins kept Anthony from that elusive 900 series we all shoot for. This is…

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BOWLING LEAGUE TURNING 100 YEARS OLD

11/03/10 By Gianmarc Manzione, USBC Communications When Bill Couch joined the Los Angeles Metro Telco Bowling League in 1957, he pulled in a salary of $52 a week working for the local telephone company. The average yearly wage was $4,550, you could buy a new car for less than $3,000,…

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SFV LANDMARK ROCKET BOWL CLOSES AFTER 47 YEARS

By Dana Bartholomew, Staff Writer Posted:   06/02/2009 CHATSWORTH – The AMF Rocket Bowl fizzled this week after 47 years, the latest pin to fall among dozens of San Fernando Valley bowling alleys. The Cold War-era venue saw its last strikes Sunday as disabled kids launched balls down its lanes….

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