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April 13, 2008
                             Bohn Cashes In
      Parker Bohn III was in shock after his Motel 6 Roll to Riches win. 
ORLANDO, Fla.  -  April 13, 2008    With his three kids looking on, completely unaware of the magnitude of what he was doing, Parker Bohn III secured his family’s future with six strikes. Bohn defeated Norm Duke, six-strikes-to-five, in the final “Race to Six Strikes” to win the Motel 6 Roll to Riches.
March 30,2008
                            A Grand Finish
       Norm Duke is the second bowler to complete the Grand Slam. 
NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J.  -  March 30, 2008    The Grand Slam, two Majors in a season, $100,000 and the one accomplishment that has eluded him in his illustrious career. With so much riding on the line, getting a mark in the 10th frame was never more difficult for Norm Duke.
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 March 22,2008
                           Order Up a Dozen
             Tommy Jones has won 12 titles in four seasons. 
WEST BABYLON, N.Y. - 3/22/2008
Although he was officially eliminated from the 2007-08 PBA Player of the Year race this week, Tommy Jones still showed he’s one of the strongest forces on the Denny’s PBA Tour and will be for years to come

 March 09,2008
                   Page in the History Books
Rhino Page captured his first career Denny's PBA Tour title Sunday. 
.NORWICH, Conn.  -  March 9, 2008    Rhino Page figured after four missed opportunities, he had probably blown his chance of winning a title in his rookie season. Instead, Page used the motivation of his worst week of the season last week to drive him to a 244-220 win over Jack Jurek in Sunday’s Go RVing Classic.
March 02,2008
                           Sweet Escape
 Chris Barnes escaped with his 10th title after Ken Simard (rt) was unable to strike out in the 10th.
COLUMBUS, Ohio  -  March 2, 2008    Chris Barnes felt all day there was a bigger plan for him on Sunday. There might just be a bigger plan for him at the end of the road as well.
February 24, 2008
                          Deja Duke
      Norm Duke captured his third Major title and 27th overall.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.  -  February 24, 2008    Same location, same opponent, different circumstances. Same result. For the second consecutive year, Norm Duke defeated Ryan Shafer to a win a title at Woodland Bowl, but this one meant so much more.
February, 20, 2008
                          Brand New Man
Mike Scroggins moved up to fourth in the PBA Player of the Year race with his second win this season
OMAHA, Neb.  -  February 17, 2008    Mike Scroggins has put his struggles on TV behind him. Sunday he won his fifth consecutive match on TV and captured his second title of the season, defeating all-time titles leader Walter Ray Williams Jr., 214-191, to win the 2008 Pepsi Championship at Thunder-Alley.
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February, 13, 2008
                      Barnes Bounces Back

 Chris Barnes took over the lead in the 2007-08 PBA Player of the Year race. 
EL PASO, Texas  -  February 10, 2008    Many people predicted after his latest disappointment in a title match that Chris Barnes would break out of his slump in a big way. They were right. Just two weeks after one of the biggest mistakes of his career, Barnes responded with his ninth career title, winning the 2008 Bayer Classic.
February 06, 2008
    Danny Wiseman mobs teammate Michael Fagan after their wild win in the PBA Exempt Doubles Classic.
EL PASO, Texas - 2/6/2008
PBA Exempt Doubles Classic Recap
Just an hour after the T of C finals, the crowd at Red Rock Lanes had settled into another championship round, getting treated to finals of the first doubles event on the Denny’s PBA Tour since 2001. Just when it seemed like things had settled down, an even more stunning turn of events took place in the title match between the teams of Joe Ciccone-Ronnie Russell and top-seed Michael Fagan-Danny Wiseman.

Ciccone and Russell, who were each looking for their first career titles, looked relaxed and poised in defeating Chris Barnes and Wes Malott in the first match and Bill O’Neill and Mike Scroggins in the second match. A back-and-forth title match ensued, with Fagan and Wiseman taking the early lead, but Fagan giving it right back with opens in the sixth and eighth frames. After Fagan rebounded to spare and strike in the 10th, Ciccone stepped up needing a strike and nine-spare to win the match for his team.

Ciccone struck with his first ball to get what seemed like the hard part out of the way, but he left the 2- and 5-pins with his second shot and the match looked headed to a roll-off.

What happened next left the Red Rock Lanes crowd – along with Fagan and Wiseman – with their jaws dropped even further than they had been two hours before. Ciccone missed both pins to the left, giving Fagan and Wiseman the 210-208 win. The victory marked the first of Fagan’s career and was the 12th for Wiseman, who won for the first time since the 2004 USBC Masters.

January 27, 2008
                        Thrill of Victory, Agony of Defeat
      Michael Haugen Jr. captured his first career Major title on Sunday.
LAS VEGAS  -  January 27, 2008    Michael Haugen Jr.’s chances to win his first career Major title looked bleak in the sixth frame of Sunday’s H&R Block Tournament of Champions. What followed next may go down as one of the greatest comebacks in Denny’s PBA Tour history.
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January 20, 2008
                              Four for Four
   Mike Scroggins captured his fourth career Denny's PBA Tour title Sunday. 
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. - 1/20/2008
Mike Scroggins came into Sunday’s final round of the Motel 6 Dick Weber Open two losses away from tying a PBA record for the longest losing streak in televised matches. Now he’s on a four-game winning streak.

January 13, 2008

                                All the Right Moves
             Wes Malott captured his third career Denny's PBA Tour title.
MEDFORD, Ore.  -  January 13, 2008    As the only right-handed bowler in Sunday’s championship round, Wes Malott thought he might have an advantage against his left-handed opponents. Turns out, he was right. Malott defeated rookie Rhino Page, 255-193, to win the 2008 Lumber Liquidators Earl Anthony Medford Classic.
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January 06, 2008
                                   Advantage: Jones
 Tommy Jones won his 11th career title and became the second bowler to win on all five patterns. 
RENO, Nev.  -  Tommy Jones and Patrick Allen have enjoyed a friendly rivalry the last few years, needling each other about who has more titles. With both players owning 10 titles heading into the ConstructionJobs.com Championship, Jones took over bragging rights with a 254-214 win over Allen.
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December 16,2007
                        Not Ready to Pass the Torch
              Parker Bohn III won the first time in nearly three years. 
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - 12/16/2007
Rhino Page may be carrying the torch for left-handed bowlers and the next generation of stars on the Denny’s PBA Tour for years to come, but PBA Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III showed Sunday that at 44 years old, he’s still the man among the lefties.

December 09,2007

                                    The Power of Ten
      Patrick Allen has won at least one title in five consecutive seasons. 

Though he’s still a long way from retirement, Patrick Allen may have cemented his future among the bowling elite on Sunday.
December 02, 2007
                               Alone at the Top
 Walter Ray Williams Jr. has put some distance between himself and Earl Anthony. 

WYOMING, Mich.  -  December 2, 2007    The debate can finally end. Walter Ray Williams Jr. officially has more professional bowling titles than anyone in the history of the sport. Williams captured his 44th career Denny’s PBA Tour title, dominating Chris Loschetter, 276-204, to win the 2007 Great Lakes Classic.
November 18, 2007
                               All the Way Back
               Robert Smith launched himself back into the winner's circle. 

VERNON HILLS, Ill. - 11/25/2007
A tearful Robert Smith could hardly express Sunday how much his first Denny’s PBA Tour title in almost four years meant to him.
November 11, 2007
                            The Future is Now

     Young stars Shannon Pluhowsky and Mike Wolfe both defeated Hall of Famers on Sunday. 
CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y.  -  November 11, 2007    Facing two of the game’s legends, Mike Wolfe and Shannon Pluhowsky showed the poise that has made them two of the top young stars in bowling. The 31-year-old Wolfe and the 25-year-old Pluhowsky each took down Hall of Famers to win their respective titles in the 2007 Etonic Championship.
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April 1, 2007

Raising the Bar


Tommy Jones captured his 10th career title and second Major on Sunday. UNCASVILLE, Conn.
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March 25, 2007



Doug Kent captured his third career Denny's PBA Tour Major title on Sunday. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.
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March 18, 2007

Duke Does it Again


Norm Duke picked up his 26th career Denny's PBA Tour title in the 2007 Pepsi Championship. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.
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March 04, 2007

Like Father, Like Son

Pete Weber tied Earl Anthony's all-time Denny's PBA Tour record of eight Major titles NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J
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February 25, 2007

Lightning Strikes Twice

Mike Mineman and last year's champion at Emerson Lanes, Sean Rash. Emerson Lanes in Parkersburg, West Virginia
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February 18, 2007

Best of the Left

Patrick Allen picked up his ninth career Denny's PBA Tour title on Sunday. COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa
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February 11, 2007

Texas Two Step

Chris Barnes celebrates his win Sunday with his twin boys, Ryan and Troy. IRVING, Texas
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Mika Koivuniemi captured his seventh career Denny's PBA Tour title on Sunday. EL PASO, Texas
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On Top of the World

Jason Couch and his wife, Kim, celebrate Couch's second consecutive title. HENDERSON, Nev.
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Couch's House
Jason Couch won his 14th career Denny's PBA Tour title Sunday. FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif
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Sean Rash has won his first six matches on television in his short career.

Three-for-Three MEDFORD, Ore. - 1/14/2007
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