Scott Asbell reaches for a duckpin bowling ball during a tournament at Shenandoah Bowling Lanes, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Mount Jackson, Va. The sport, which is mostly played in the Mid-Atlantic, enjoyed its peak in the 1960s. In November, the area’s first duckpin bowling will be available at Ocean 5, a gaming complex with a laser arena and 10-pin bowling that’s opening in Gig Harbor.
Scott Asbell reaches for a duckpin bowling ball during a tournament at Shenandoah Bowling Lanes, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Mount Jackson, Va. The sport, which is mostly played in the Mid-Atlantic, enjoyed its peak in the 1960s. In November, the area’s first duckpin bowling will be available at Ocean 5, a gaming complex with a laser arena and 10-pin bowling that’s opening in Gig Harbor. Patrick Semansky AP
Scott Asbell reaches for a duckpin bowling ball during a tournament at Shenandoah Bowling Lanes, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Mount Jackson, Va. The sport, which is mostly played in the Mid-Atlantic, enjoyed its peak in the 1960s. In November, the area’s first duckpin bowling will be available at Ocean 5, a gaming complex with a laser arena and 10-pin bowling that’s opening in Gig Harbor. Patrick Semansky AP

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