Bowling – Gatong Cheng Hui Wed, 23 Nov 2022 18:29:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Bowling – Gatong Cheng Hui 32 32 Bowling: Michael Ramirez is having an exceptional season in Mesquite Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:23:40 +0000

By Willie Theis

Unless Michael “Smurffzzz” Ramirez falls into an ocean-sized chasm, he has a bright future on lanes and is on a path that will see him become a formidable contender and force on lanes in years to come. coming.

Michel Ramirez

And after starting the game only a year ago, he is very passionate about the sport, training a lot and even filming his workouts. And his desire to improve even included bowling in a St. George league last summer. Oh yeah! He has devised a plan to succeed!

Another key part of his rapid improvement is the ability to throw a bowling ball without his right thumb into the ball, which in turn generates many more spins, which improves pin action.

And all the time and effort invested has paid huge dividends with his game light years ahead of what he was a year ago, which in turn has led to a lot of ink, accolades and even a headline. It’s no surprise, then, that he’s already racked up multiple 600s in a breakout season, with his latest scoring spree being the best of them all.

And it happened while he was playing Gamblers 4 Aces League and started when he tattooed the pocket with nine strikes in a net 258, followed by matches of 233 and 190, as well as 24 strikes in total paving the way for a breathtaking 682 series.

Ramirez also credits Red Powell with some of his success as he drilled all of his gear at Red’s Arizona Pro Shop in scenic Arizona.

Outside of bowling, he is a huge fan of the Pittsburg Steelers, as well as Cosplay.

Before graduating from Cedar Ridge High School in Richfield, Utah, he lived in both Nevada and Oregon.

Meanwhile, with the best to come, a virtual lock on a winning bet is that Ramirez will deliver a Virgin River Bowling Center beatdown with his first streak of 700 before time runs out for the 2022-23 season.

In other action, Mike Saldivar took high series honors with a 726 in addition to winning the 6-7-9-10 split in a 257 game, Wayne Donnafield (711-259) is the sixth bowler to pitch a 700 this season, and Jim Lytle, a Montana native who loves gourmet hot dogs, fell a hair’s breadth from a 700 with a remarkable 699 effort with 20 strikes and marks on an impressive 12 of 13 spare attempts. .

Kelly Williams (675-256) has more hits on the lanes than his Nebraska Huskers on the gridline, and Doug Love averaged an impressive 219 between his Monday Scrach League (665-259) and Wednesday Men’s (649-268). ).

Bob Marget (640-220) delivered another top-notch effort, Bruce Hooley (640-246) ended a recent scoring funk in convincing fashion, and whatever the reason, Jack Northover’s game (629 -235) has been on a roll the last several weeks.

Jeff Branche (615-208, 206, 201) had the type of consistent outing that good bowlers love, Frank Addamo (610-221) fired 20 strikes in his best overall performance this season, and Al Gans scratched a 600 on the nose.

On the single game front, Scott Mattingly (668) edged the field with a 278 beaut, Austin Finster (607) threw a 7-bagger in a 247, and Rob Hartman (627) also threw a 247.

Bill Funk hit a season high of 234, Ernie Kala also recorded a season high of 233 and Tim Wellman (587) had his best scores of the 2022-23 season with six strikes leading the way for a game of 228.

Angel Hernandez had another two with a 213, Rick Jones pocketed a 211 and Ricky Trujillo, an outstanding former baseball player from Virgin Valley High School had a 208.

And Utah native Pat Garcia was happy to kick off his first two of the season with a 202 in TGIF League action, and Steve Roberts, who had a great 2021-22 season, worked on the lanes for a 201.

In women’s pins action, LoriJo Turner set the scoring pace with a streak of 608 and a game 225, Bev Cormani (570-203) peppered the lanes with another streak of quality scores, and Diane Marget was a pillar of consistency in a 554 effort with games. of 188, 186 and 180.

Bobbie Robbins (552-203) deserves some ink after a strong outing, Debbie Hansen rolled to a 524, Cheryl Rogers pocketed a 5190 and Lynae Page rode her way to a 510.

In single play, Sandy Sheppard (566) hit a 224, Janie Rappe, whose favorite basketball player was Larry Byrd of his home state of Indiana, shot his first two this season, a 203, and Ashley Yokoyama- Kesl gets her first ink for a 201.


Josue Mendoza is in his first year of bowling in the league and bowled six strikes in a season-high 195. Away from the bowling alley, Mendoza loves watching football games and also does an outstanding job as a front desk clerk at the Virgin River Bowling Center… Karrie Henderson should see her 129 average in Gamblers 4 Aces League improve after throwing a season-high streak of 432 and a season-high 176 game… Amanda Hartman was all smiles after blowing a previous game 90 with a 127, and also capped off a memorable night in TGIF League play with a streak of a season-high 298…Phyllis Margolis put up a season-high 179 in Ladies Trio League play…Sue Maranski took the tie 5-10.


James Hartley 655-259; Orlyn Meyer 636-239; Dennis Craft 631-215; Jan Kusy 626-213; Mike Rogers 626-223; Dave Pershing 623-219; Michael Ramirez 619-233; John Holloway 617-224; Mike Yoder 617-214; Darren Simonds 613-242; Mike Gentry 610-214; Jeff Jacobson 604-215; Al Gans 600-209; David Newman 299; Mark Brackelsberg 228; Rob Cormani 218; Tom Gelsomin 213; Wally Posey 213; Dale Milligan 212; Alan Jacobson 211; Gary Moore 207; Bryan Pierce 206; Dylan Kesl 206; Gil Niimi 203; Johnny Harper 206; Jim Rappe 205; Dean Shepard 204; Randy Kezior 203; Sal Diaz 203; Steve Serrano 203; Bob Robbin 201; Darren Talmade 201; Dave Keil 201; Dennis Hartley 201; Garth Turner 201; Harry Uncles 201; Ron Hendrickson200; Steve Kenyon 200.

Deepak Hooda sets new bowling record in big Indian win Mon, 21 Nov 2022 04:29:38 +0000

Suryakumar Yadav deservedly took the limelight in the 2nd T20I between India and New Zealand played at Mount Maunganui thanks to a jaw-dropping round, but there were also two other notable performances that took center stage. in the back seat.

During the Indian Rounds Final, Tim Southee became the second bowler in T20I history to win two hat-tricks after Sri Lankan legend Lasith Malinga. Southee represented Hardik Pandya, Deepak Hooda and Washington Sundar to achieve the feat.

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And then part-timer Deepak Hooda also came very close to a hat-trick when he fired Ish Sodhi and Southee from successive deliveries in the 19th. However, Lockie Ferguson managed to negotiate the delivery of the hat-trick by taking a single, but Hooda took third wicket in the next delivery when he got rid of Adam Mile on the 6th.

With that, New Zealand were beaten for 126 chasing 192 as India won by 65 to take an unassailable 1-0 lead in the three-game series – the first T20I was dropped without a throw because of the rain.

Hooda thus completed stunning 4/10 figures from just 2.5 overs and broke the record for best bowling figures in a T20I between India and New Zealand.

Hooda is the first Indian bowler to record a T20I four-iron between India and New Zealand. Overall, he is the fourth to do so after Daniel Vettori (4/20), Mitchell Santner (4/11) and Trent Boult (4/34).

Read also : Williamson retires from 3rd T20I, Southee leads New Zealand

India captain Hardik Pandya praised the bowlers for their combined display as they tied down the New Zealand batters despite the ball being wet.

“The bowlers did well and it was about being aggressive in spirit,” Pandya said after the game. “That doesn’t mean taking a wicket with every ball, but being aggressive with the ball is important. The conditions were very wet, so credit to the bowlers.”

Pandya himself did not play during the contest, but said he wanted to see what other hitters can do with the ball in their hands. “I’ve bowled a lot, in the future I want to see more bowling options. It won’t always work, but I want more batters to participate with the ball,” he said.

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Red Force coach wants disciplined bowling in Super50 final Fri, 18 Nov 2022 21:14:55 +0000


Red Force pacer Shannon Gabriel in action at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy earlier in the tournament. – Lincoln Holder

Trinidad and Tobago Red Force coach David Furlonge urges his bowlers to stick to the CG United Super50 Cup Final plan as Red Force take on Jamaica Scorpions in what should be a friendly wicket at bat at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua on Saturday. The game starts at 2 p.m.

Furlonge, describing the mood in the camp, said: “The guys are in good spirits. We just had a great training session.

He said a meeting was scheduled for Friday night and one item on the agenda was to discuss ways to contain the Scorpions batsmen.

“Later today (Friday) we will review the Jamaican batting roster. We are just awaiting some information from the analyst…and see how we could best plan and prepare their batting. The semi-final wickets here have been very bats-friendly, so bowlers just have to be consistent, stick to the plan we’re coming out with.

Red Force fast bowler Shannon Gabriel made life difficult for the batsmen, scoring 4/43 in ten overs in the semi-finals.

Scorpions skipper Rovman Powell was in scintillating form, scoring a century in the semi-finals.

Powell’s Hundred led the Scorpions to the final with a three-wicket win over the Guyana Harpy Eagles in semi-final two at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on Thursday.

Powell hit 105 on 92 deliveries as the Scorpions went 322/7 in 48.1 overs after Harpy Eagles scored 318/7 in 50 overs. Powell’s innings included seven fours and three sixes.

Furlonge is pleased with the effort of the Red Force batsmen during the tournament.

“The batting has been good, and as I said, the wicket here is batsman friendly, so hopefully the batsmen can be consistent and maintain their form.”

In Wednesday’s semi-final, Pooran slammed five fours and eight sixes in his innings of 111 from 82 balls to guide Red Force to a competitive 312/6 from 50 overs against Barbados Pride at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Flyhalf Amir Jangoo found form, hitting 81 of 114 balls, and experienced Darren Bravo hit 54 of 65 deliveries.

Pride responded with 302/8 as Red Force escaped with a ten point win.

Pooran’s century came just days after he scored an unbeaten 99 from 71 balls in the group stage of the tournament against the Windward Islands Volcanoes at Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba.

Toledo vs. Bowling Green odds, line: 2022 college football picks, MACtion predictions from proven simulation Tue, 15 Nov 2022 21:54:24 +0000

Tuesday night, MACtion features the Bowling Green Falcons (5-5) on the road to face the Toledo Rockets (7-3). Toledo has already clinched MAC West and leads the all-time head-to-head series between those programs 42-40-4. Last season, the Rockets outlasted the Falcons 49-17. Bowling Green is 3-5 ATS this season, while Toledo is 4-5 ATS.

Kick-off in Toledo is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET. The Rockets are at -16.5 in the latest Bowling Green vs. Toledo odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total runs is set at 50.5. Before you lock in the Toledo vs. Bowling Green picks or MACtion predictions, you need to see what the SportsLine projection model has to say.

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Now, the model has set its sights on Toledo vs. Bowling Green and has locked in its MACtion picks and predictions. You can visit SportsLine now to see the model choices. Here are the college football odds and betting lines for Bowling Green vs. Toledo:

  • Gap Bowling Green vs. Toledo: Rockets -16.5
  • Bowling Green vs. Toledo over/under: 50.5 points
  • Silver line Bowling Green vs. Toledo: Rockets -800, Falcons +550
  • BGSU: Falcons are 5-1-1 ATS against a team with a winning record
  • TOL: Over is 9-1 in Rockets’ last 10 games after outright win
  • Bowling Green pick vs. Toledo: See the picks on SportsLine

Featured game | Toledo Rockets vs. Bowling Green Falcons

Why Toledo can cover

Sophomore running back Jacquez Stuart is the leader of this offense. The Florida native can break away from defenders with his speed and agility. Stuart leads the team with 95 carries for 544 yards and three touchdowns. He’s exceeded 100 rushing yards in two of his last six games.

Junior receiver Jerjuan Newton was the weapon of choice in the passing game. Newton has reliable hands and has become a deep threat. The Florida native is able to split consistently and has the numbers to show. Newton leads the team with 37 catches for 648 yards and eight touchdowns. In addition, he averages 17.5 yards per reception.

Why Bowling Green can cover

The Falcons offense has many different weapons that can make big plays. Main receiver Odieu Hiliare is a savvy road runner who understands leverage and position on the field. Hiliare knows when to pause and create a nice throwing window. He had a team record 43 receptions for 450 yards and four touchdowns.

Junior receiver Tyrone Broden has become a big threat in the red zone. Broden uses his size (6-foot-7, 210 pounds) to box and get past defenders. He is also a good blocker and shows a lot of effort in this area. He caught 28 passes for 392 yards and a team-record five touchdowns. Last week he had eight passes for 84 yards and a score.

How to make choices between Bowling Green and Toledo

SportsLine’s model leans into the total, projecting a combined 59 points. It also indicates that one side of the spread hits well over 60% of the time. You can only get model choices on SportsLine.

So who wins Toledo vs. Bowling Green? And which side of the spread hits well over 60% of the time? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the spread to fall back to, all from the forward model that crushed his college football picks, and find out.

Deploy the love of bowling with buddies Sat, 12 Nov 2022 17:46:10 +0000

Donna Garfield, Jack Shapiro, Mark Weiner of the Rick Kahen Commission for Residents With Disabilities of Buffalo Grove, and Steve Balinski of the Rotary Club of Buffalo Grove attended “Bowling with Buddies” in Buffalo Grove.

With a Halloween theme, the Rick Kahen Commission for Residents with Disabilities (RKCRD), in partnership with the Rotary Club of Buffalo Grove and Bowlero, hosted residents with special needs at the “Bowling with Buddies” event on October 20 at the Bowlero in Buffalo Bosquet.

The bowling alley was closed to the public and reserved for participants, and bowling and dinner were free for participants. “Buddy”—Rotary Club volunteers—were on hand to help attendees as needed. At the end of the evening, all the bowlers received trophies.

This was the fourth Bowling with Buddies event, the first held in 2018 with 34 participants.

The purpose of RKCRD is to assess the needs and concerns of citizens with disabilities and to cooperate with the village and all other government entities in promoting quality of life issues for persons with disabilities.

In addition to Bowling with Buddies, the RKCRD annually hosts Buddy Baseball and Fun & Food events during Buffalo Grove Days.

The RKCRD meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of the month at Buffalo Grove Village Hall, 50 Raupp Blvd.

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Wednesday MACtion Odds, Predictions & Best Bets – Buffalo vs Central Michigan, Kent State vs Bowling Green, NIU vs Western Michigan Wed, 09 Nov 2022 01:00:00 +0000 Central Michigan Chippewas quarterback Daniel Richardson prepares for finger snap

September 4, 2021; Columbia, Missouri, USA; Central Michigan Chippewas quarterback Daniel Richardson (10) prepares for the snap against the Missouri Tigers during the game at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley – USA TODAY Sports

  • Three MAC games are scheduled for Wednesday night: Buffalo vs. Central Michigan, Bowling Green vs. Kent State and Northern Illinois vs. Western Michigan
  • Buffalo and Bowling Green tied with Ohio for top spot in MAC East
  • A preview of the match and odds for Wednesday Night MACtion can be found below with picks

If it’s the second Wednesday in November, that means it’s time for more MACtion.

Three Mid-American Conference games are scheduled, all starting at 7 p.m. ET, as Buffalo visits Michigan Central at Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mount Pleasant, Bowling Green hosts Kent State at Doyt L. Perry and Northern Illinois travel to Western Michigan for a game at Waldo Stadium in Kalamazoo.

ESPN 2 will broadcast Buffalo vs. Central Michigan. CBS Sports Network will broadcast Kent State vs. Bowling Green. Northern Illinois vs. Western Michigan will be on ESPNU.

The games are especially important for Buffalo and Bowling Green as they are tied at three with Ohio for first place in the MAC East.

Buffalo vs. Central Michigan Odds

Crew Spread Moneyline Total
Buffalo +1.5 (-115) -105 More than 54.5 (-110)
Central Michigan -1.5 (-105) -115 Less than 54.5 (-110)

Odds as of November 8 on BetMGM Sportsbook.

Buffalo in the bounce place

Michigan Center is a 1.5 point favorite, as seen in college football odds. Buffalo’s MAC championship odds are +1200.

Buffalo (5-4/4-1 MAC/3-3 road) saw its five-game winning streak shattered last week at Ohio, losing 45-24. The Bulls were hurt by three turnovers, including two fumbles.

Cole Snyder completed 25 of 49 passes for 238 yards and two touchdowns with one interception. However, top running backs Mike Washington and Ron Cook Jr. were held to 23 combined yards on nine carries.

Snyder has thrown for 2,145 yards and 14 touchdowns this season. Washington has 506 rushing yards and Cook is right behind with 500.

Central Michigan (3-6/2-3 MAC/1-3 at home) has won two of its last three games, including beating Northern Illinois 35-22 on the road last week.

The Chippewas went with two quarterbacks in this game. Daniel Richardson had 150 yards and two touchdowns on 13 of 22 passes while being intercepted once. Jase Bauer rushed for 109 yards and two scores on 14 attempts.

For the season, Richardson has 1,893 yards and 15 touchdowns through the air.

The teams last played in 2019 with Buffalo winning 43-20 at home.

Buffalo encountered a speed bump last week in Athens. Looks for the Bulls to bounce back against a Central Michigan team trying to figure out their quarterback situation.

Pick: Buffalo ML (-105)

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Kent State vs. Bowling Green odds

Crew Spread Moneyline Total
Kent State -2.5 (-115) -140 More than 55.5 (-110)
Bowling green +2.5 (-105) +118 Less than 55.5

Odds as of Nov. 8 on Caesars Sportsbook.

Kent State vs. Bowling Green Pick

Kent State is a 2.5 point favorite and its MAC Championship odds are +625.

Kent State (3-6/2-3 MAC/0-5 road) lost for the fourth time in its last five games last week, 27-20 to Ball State at home.

Marquez Cooper shone in the loss with 168 rushing yards and a touchdown on 32 carries. He is second in the MAC with 1,013 yards while carrying 216 times and scoring nine times.

Collin Schlee was 25 of 41 for 183 yards and a touchdown, bringing his season total to 1,732 yards and nine scores. Ja’Shaun Poole caught 13 balls for 87 yards.

Golden lightning bolts are 124e among 131 FBS in total defense, giving up 452.9 yards per game.

Bowling Green (5-4/4-1 MAC/3-2 at home) beat Western Michigan 13-9 last week to extend its winning streak to three games.

Ta’Ron Keith set up the Falcons’ lone touchdown with an 83-yard kickoff return. Matt McDonald had 23 of 31 pass attempts for 161 yards.

McDonald has 1,781 yards this season with 16 touchdowns and just three interceptions on 270 attempts.

Bowling Green is giving up 31.8 points per game, ranking 117e in the nation.

Kent State has won the last four games of the series, including 27-20 last season at home as Cooper rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns. McDonald threw for 263 yards with a touchdown and a pick.

Look to Bowling Green to break that losing streak in this game with McDonald’s making the difference.

Pick: Bowling Green ML (+118)

Northern Illinois vs. Western Michigan Odds

Crew Spread Moneyline Total
Northern Illinois +1 (-110) -110 Over 50 (-110)
West Michigan -1 (-110) -110 Under 50 (-110)

Odds as of Nov. 8 on Caesars Sportsbook.

Huskies ready for exact revenge

West Michigan is a one-point favorite. The Broncos are listed at +1400 in MAC Championship odds.

Northern Illinois (2-7/1-4 MAC/1-4 road) will look to end a two-game losing streak after falling to Central Michigan last week.

True rookie Nevan Cremascoli has become the Huskies’ fourth different starting quarterback this season. He completed just 13 of 33 passes for 158 yards, but had two touchdowns and one interception.

Harrison Waylee rushed for 136 yards on 20 carries, bringing his season rushing total to 863.

Northern Illinois is 120e in the FBS by scoring defense at 33.2 points per game.

Western Michigan’s (3-6/2-3 MAC/1-3 home) loss to Bowling Green was the Broncos’ third in the last four games.

Quarterback Jack Salopek (knee) missed the game and is questionable for this week. True rookie Tyson Bourguet started in his place and threw for 191 yards on 16 of 27 with a touchdown and an interception.

Corey Crooms had eight receptions for 151 yards and Western Michigan’s only touchdown. For the season, he has 43 catches for 620 yards and five scores.

Western Michigan has the fifth-worst offense in the nation averaging 306.9 yards per game.

Western Michigan beat Northern Illinois 42-21 last season on the road. Northern Illinois, despite its poor record, should turn things around this time.

Choose: Northern Illinois +1 (-110)

John Perrotto

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A&T wins No. 2 seeded game in Kat Klash after 9-1 start Sun, 06 Nov 2022 06:46:13 +0000

HOUSTON, TX- North Carolina A&T had another stellar day at the Sam Houston Kat Klash Bowling Tournament hosted by Sam Houston State University (SHSU) at the Emerald Bowl on Saturday. A day after going 5-0 in Baker play, the seventh-ranked Aggies went 4-1 in traditional play.

The Aggies (18-4) will enter Sunday’s game as the No. 2 seed after the second year Chloe Newberry led the Aggies with an eighth-place finish. She bowled 1,077 for a five-game average of 215.40 and bowled three 200+ pin games on the day.

Senior Lauren Tomaszewski ranked 11th with 1,056 total pins for a five-game average of 211.20. Second year Melanie Katen bowled 1,017 at a five-game average of 203.40 to finish 14th. Junior Laura Garcia played in four games Saturday for an average of 211.50.

A&T started the day with a 1,033-808 win over Alabama A&M. Katen picked up the win, hitting a career-high 259 to lead the Aggies. Tomaszewski added a score of 216, followed by Newberry’s 212. Grace Stulwho was participating in his first tournament of the season, shot a 203.

The Aggies again topped 1,000 pins in their next game against host SHSU. But the Bearkats beat the Aggies 1,061-1,011 with Katen leading the Aggies for the second straight time, with a 221. Tomaszewski followed with a 216. Garcia entered the lineup for the first time and threw a 206 .

After the heartbreaking loss, the Aggies bounced back nicely beating 24th Lincoln Memorial University (LMU), 1,065-889. Garcia hit a career-high 258 to help the Aggies win. Tomaszewski assisted with a 214 and Katen posted a 201.

After beating LMU, the Aggies encountered familiar foe Louisiana Tech. Both schools have a history of forging tightly contested battles, and Saturday was no different. The Aggies outlasted the Bulldogs, eighth, 967-955, led by Newberry’s 206. Tomaszewski and Garcia each contributed 200 pins.

Finally, the Aggies closed out Saturday with a decisive 1,049-897 win over Tulane. Newberry had one career game, posting an eye-catching 269 in the win. Stull also had one career game with a 216. Tomaszewski played 200 or better in every game Saturday, including his 215 against 17th-ranked Tulane.

Stull helped the Aggies with 986 pins for a five-game average of 197.20. Jada Bassette threw a 143 against Alabama A&M in Game 1.

Friday’s 5-0 day for A&T included a 1,068-1,027 win over No. 3 Nebraska. A&T ended day one bowling four straight 1,000-plus pins. The Aggies bowled 5,182 on day one to place third with an average of 207.3.

A&T will start bracket play on Sunday against the nation’s No. 1 team at McKendree. The winner advances to the championship game, while the loser faces the SHSU winner and No. 15 Maryville. McKendree is 9-1 after the first two days and leads the tournament with 10,554 pins for a 10-game average of 211.1. The Aggies bowled 10,307 for a 10-game average of 206.1.

Mischief and Murder tour sheds light on Bowling Green’s dark past Tue, 01 Nov 2022 02:33:00 +0000

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Bowling Green’s final unseen walking tour took place tonight, giving local residents a glimpse into their city’s history and a little fear.

The “Downtown Mischief and Murder” tour highlights several historical and paranormal aspects of downtown Bowling Green.

It also gives local residents the chance to get into the Halloween spirit by spooking each other on All Saints’ Day.

Jeff Moore, the tour guide representing Professor Mortiner Noseworthy and professor of history at WKU, says many locals don’t know their town’s dark history, and these tours help educate many people while giving them a a little scared.

“A colleague of mine once said, ‘Stories tell us things, if only we listen.'” Moore said.

“The 13 stories I’ll be sharing tonight as part of the downtown Unseen Bowling Green tour all have a little nugget of universal truth that everyone can take home with them.”

Moore also said that despite some of Bowling Green’s dark history, these tours help tell the stories of Bowling Green’s past and bring them to life.

“I think the key word here is ‘invisible’ and sometimes ‘unsaid’. A lot of those stories have sort of been lost through the ages,” Moore said.

“We may hear rumors about them, but these tours, all three with Unseen Bowling Green, brought those stories to life.”

Tonight was the last night of the Unseen Bowling Green walking tours.

Members of the Historic Railpark and Unseen Bowling Green say they plan to run these tours again next year.

For more information, you can visit their website.

Falcons lose close games to Ball State Sat, 29 Oct 2022 02:13:48 +0000

Bowling Green State University volleyball played the MAC West-leading Ball State Cardinals on Friday at the Stroh Center.

Each of the three sets was settled by four runs or less in the match with Ball State picking up the win. The Falcons were led on the field by Jaden Walz who led the team in both assists (18) and digs (12) to record his ninth double-double of the season. As for offense, Lauryn Hovey recorded 16 kills for the Falcons.

The loss moves Bowling Green to 14-9 this season and 9-3 in the Mid-American Conference.

How did it happen

Set 1: Ball State 25, Bowling Green 21

The first set started back and forth with Ball State slowly building a lead before a Bowling Green timeout with the score at 11-6.

The point exchange continued between the Falcons and Cardinals until the next stoppage, via Bowling Green’s timeout.

The Falcons put up a 3-0 run later in the set to force Ball State to use a timeout with the score at 21-16 Cardinals.

Two more runs for the Falcons out of the timeout made the run 5-0 and prompted Ball State’s second timeout of the set with the score at 21-18.

The Falcons kept pushing through the set, but the Cardinals held on for a 25-21 first-set victory.

Set 2: Ball State 25, Bowling Green 23

The second set started tight with the tie going to 10-10 before a 3-0 run put the Falcons ahead 13-10 and forced a timeout from the Cardinal bench.

Bowling Green was able to hold the lead until the next stoppage. A 3-0 run for Ball State forced a Falcons timeout with BGSU leading 19-17.

Another 3-0 run for Ball State later in the set tied the score 21-21 with Bowling Green using their second timeout.

Ball State came out ahead 24-21, but the Falcons had two runs to make it 24-23 and force a timeout for the Cardinals.

Ball State recorded the next point out of timeout to win the second set 25-23.

Set 3: Ball State 25, Bowling Green 22

The Falcons used a 3-0 run to take a 14-12 lead before Ball State tied it at 14-14. A service error for the Cardinals gave BGSU a 15-14 lead in the media timeout.

Ball State recorded the next three timeout points to take a 17-15 lead and force a Falcon timeout.

A late-set 4-1 streak gave Ball State a 22-20 lead with Bowling Green calling the timeout.

The Cardinals managed to hold on to a 25-22 set victory to win the game 3-0.

Falcon Stat Leaders

Kills: Lauryn Hovey (16)

Assists: Jaden Walz (18)

Excavations: Jaden Walz (12)

Aces: Yelianiz Torres, Jaden Walz, Petra Indrova, Lauryn Hovey (1)

Blocks: Jessica Andrews (5)

Falcon Stats Facts

Jaden Walz notched his ninth team-leading double-double of the season, leading the team in both assists (18) and digs (12). The double-double is the 24th by a Falcon this season.

Hovey led the Falcons offense with 16 kills, close to matching his career high.

Indrova made 35 attacking attempts on the night, bringing his career total to 3,373 to rank ninth on the all-time career attacking attempt list. Indrova passed Danielle Tonyan who recorded 3,354 from 2010-13. Indrova finished the night with eight kills and 11 digs.

Andrews led the Falcons to the net with five total blocks. Andrews recorded a solo block with four assists.

The Falcons will return to the Stroh Center on Saturday for the Battle of I-75. The match is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. with spins or treats in the lobby starting at 3 p.m. as part of the Voll-oween theme. There will also be autographs after the game, as the game is also the Meserve Cup.


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Arshdeep Singh’s ability to handle pressure is phenomenal: Indian bowling coach Paras Mhambrey Wed, 26 Oct 2022 01:33:14 +0000

Indian bowling coach Paras Mhambrey has praised fast left-arm bowler Arshdeep Singh for his ability to handle pressure. Arshdeep bagged the wickets of Pakistan captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan in the T20 World Cup game.

New Delhi ,UPDATED: Oct 26, 2022 7:01 a.m. IST

Arshdeep Singh sacked Babar Azam and Mohammed Rizwan. (AP Photo)

By India Today Web Desk: Indian bowling coach Paras Mhambrey has praised fast left-arm bowler Arshdeep Singh, saying his ability to handle pressure is phenomenal.

Arshdeep wreaked havoc in Pakistan in the T20 World Cup match, prompting a double whammy to shake up the opposition at the MCG on October 23. The fast left-arm bowler, playing in his first World Cup, struck on his first pitch and earned Pakistani captain Babar Azam’s big wicket for a golden duck.

Along the way, Arshdeep became the only second bowler to fire Babar for a first ball duck in the T20Is after Afghanistan’s Fazalhaq Farooqi. The Indian bowler returned for his second innings and sent Mohammad Rizwan packing, becoming the first bowler to dismiss both Pakistani openers in the same inning.

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Arshdeep finished with the numbers 3/32 in their four-over quota as Pakistan managed to post 159/8. In response, Virat Kohli’s inspirational 82-ball 53-ball shot gave India a four-wicket victory.

“If we follow him (Arshdeep) over the past two years, looking at the way he’s performed, I think the one thing that stands out with this kid is his ability to turn up the heat. He’s worked hard in IPL and he is working hard working in different phases that he plays (for India) i.e. first power play then deathmatch,” Mhambrey said during the press conference.

“The composure he showed, the clarity of his thought process, I think there will be ups and downs in his career, but the way he came back (after the Asian Cup) , his ability to handle pressure is phenomenal and I’m not really surprised with the way he played in the first match (against Pakistan). We have a lot of confidence in him and he has a great future.”

The Indian bowling coach further credited Arshdeep with setting up the game for India. He also said Arshdeep is learning from senior players Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammad Shami, who previously played in Australia.

“Arshdeep is a kind of guy who likes to talk a lot. He also talked with other senior players like Bhuvi and Shami because those guys played here (in Australia). It’s a kind of learning that he took and I tried to implement in his game. I liked paying homage to him as well. To be able to go out there and execute and do it yourself, individual skills come into play,” said Mambrey.

India will play the Netherlands in their second group match on October 27 in Sydney.