Thursday, June 23, 2011
Watch Missy and the rest of the 900 Global team as they compete in the GIECO Team Shootout starting this weekend! Along with Missy Parkin, the 900 Global team is comprised of Steve Jaros, Brian Voss, Robert Smith and Michael Haugen Jr. Watch the team as they battle against rival teams Ebonite International, Brunswick and Storm Products.
Although the action starts on Saturday, June 25th from noon to 2pm ET, Missy will be featured during the following telecasts:
Sunday, June 26th from 4pm to 6pm ET in the first match, which features an alternate shot doubles format. Missy will be competing with Michael Haugen Jr. in this portion of the competition.
Missy will also be featured in the final match of this telecast, in which Team 900 Global takes on Storm Products in a one game baker match.
Watch for Missy on ESPN again the following weekend, as she competes in the first of three singles matches on Saturday, July 2nd from 4:30pm-6pm ET.
Then watch as the GEICO Team Shootout concludes with a baker style stepladder finals on Sunday, July 3rd from 2:30pm-4:30pm ET.
Be sure to tune in!
Last week, my team and I traveled to Reno, Nev. to compete in the USBC Open Championships. My visit to Reno was pretty short, all in all. Prior to bowling in the tournament, a few of my team members and myself went over to Grand Sierra to bowl in the Bowlers Journal side tournament. The lanes were pretty difficult this year, as the shot played deep inside and it was very advantageous to have a lot of revs. I definitely struggled to find a good line and when I did hit the pocket, then I couldn’t carry very well. However, it was good practice.
Later that evening, we bowled the team event portion of the USBC Open Championships. Our team – Parkins’ O.C. Bowling Supply – didn’t fair too well, shooting 2808. I used my Eagle and Bank, shooting games of 198, 215 and 177 for a 590 series.
Then the next day, we bowled the doubles and singles portion of the tournament. In doubles, I bowled with Bryan Norton (Scott Norton’s brother) and we shot 1266. I played inside, using my Eagle and Shred-It and shot games of 226, 214 and 215 for a 655 series.
We then switched lanes and bowled singles. Our singles pair was pretty brutal, but I still managed to stay consistent playing deep inside, using my Eagle and shot 199, 236 and 210 for a 645 series. So for all events, I shot 1890.
Immediately after finishing doubles and singles, Drew and I left Reno and drove to Rohnert Park to bowl in the PBA Regional tournament that was going on that weekend up in wine country. Although the PBA Regional didn’t go too well for Drew or I, we still had a lot of fun enjoying the gorgeous scenery of wine country. Check out some of the photos.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Missy Parkin is featured on the cover of both the US Bowler e-magazine and the Bowlers Journal International for the month of June.
Check out the articles!
US Bowler e-magazine link