Whether you bowled a few games as a kid, or you’re still striving for that perfect 300 game, you know the fun bowling alleys offer. The sound of bowling pins crashing at the end of the lane is music to a bowling enthusiast’s ears. The sport has a significant Native following. There is a lot of talent heading to Native bowling tournaments year-round. We talk to a few Native bowlers about the sport and why Native leagues are so popular.
Don Carle (Tlinket, Tsimtian and Mandan) – Native bowler, director for SISKIYOU Indian Bowling tournament, Reno Indian Bowling tournaments and new Columbia 300 staff member.
Adrienne Hare (Osage) – Native bowler
Ernie Mendoza (member of the Gila River Indian Community) – Strike Force Tour Player of the Year in Arizona
Break Music: Boogie Woogie (album) Flying Feather Band (artist) Back Home on the Rez With Boogie (album)