Two Professional African American
bowlers are Kim Terrell and George
Branham III have made a name for
themselves on the National Pro
For Kim Terrell, as a teen her height
gave her advantages in sports like
basketball and softball. She decided
to go into Bowling to be at college
with her sister.( I heard bowling
offers scholarships for those really
good at it)
The Terrell sisters were powerful in the The San
Jose State University Bowling team . That
team won to the University of
California Berkley Golden Bears.
Terrell became the Ladys Professional
Bowlers Association Rookie of the Year.
She got a spot in the San Francisco
Black Sports Hall of Fame with greats
such as Bobby Bonds, Willie Mays, and
She teaches bowling and coaches
for the United States Congress Team.
Mr George Branham III was a another
great African American bowler.
He was the first African American
to win a Pro Bowling Title and he came from
Detroit, Michigan. Also, he was the
first African American to gain
a Professional Bowling Association
Unlike other kids
George understood how the ball
curves and why. He participated in
the Pro Bowlers Championship
tournament in Dublin. He was
a prodigy. That’s how he
distinguished himself at the age of
I wonder how they come up with
the scoring for bowling. The Elf
bowling online game is interesting.
I wonder what’s the method
to getting a bowling strike?
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