“Beat The Champ,” rolls from the Kerns Avenue Bowling Center in Buffalo, Saturday at 4pm ( with an encore Sunday at 11p.m.) with hometown bowlers competing for the “Beat the Champ” trophy. Watch as hometown bowlers compete for trophies and cash prizes.
“Beat The Champ” is co-hosted by veteran sportscaster Paul Peck and Greater Buffalo USBC Association Hall of Fame bowler Sue Nawojski. Peck worked for decades at “News 4” before becoming a financial adviser and play-by-play broadcaster for the UB Bulls football team. Nawojski remains active in the area bowling scene, notably at Transit Lanes. Singer / model Janelle Sabin counts up the pins on the Castilone Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Scoreboard.“Beat The Champ” was recently recognized by the New York State Broadcasters Association with top honors for “Coverage of a Sporting Event.”Information at facebook.com/buffalobeatthechamp – @beatthechamptv on Twitter.
The next round of qualifiers are scheduled for Transit Lanes. You must be available on Sunday February 26th.
“Beat The Champ” is produced by WBBZ-TV with the WNY Bowling Proprietors.
WBBZ is seen throughout Western New York over-the-air on digital channel 67.1. Ch. 5 on Verizon FiOS (HD 505); Ch. 5 Dish; Ch. 67 DirecTV, and these Time Warner Cable channels: Buffalo – Niagara Falls Metro area: Channel 5 (HD 1230); Batavia – Genesee, Wyoming, Orleans Counties Channel 71 (HD 1230); Parts of Erie and Niagara Counties Channel 71 (HD 1230); Dunkirk Channel 99 (HD 1230); Olean Channel 21 (HD 1230); Fredonia – Jamestown Channel 72 (HD 1230); Alfred- Angelica- Avoca- Bath- Bolivar Friendship- Hornell Channel 71 (HD 1230).
WBBZ-TV is WNY’s only locally owned and operated television station. 4545 Transit Road, suite 750 Williamsville, NY 14221. 716-630-9229. www.wbbz.tv “Like” WBBZ-TV on Facebook. Follow the conversation @WBBZ on Twitter