Week 1 Recap

I got to the field Wednesday with eight hours of work and only three hours of sleep behind me. Was I tired? Hell no. It was opening day of bocce season. I was excited as hell.

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This is your place to come see who won, who lost, who had particularly interesting games, and who succeeded individually.

Lets get straight to the opening shot of the season. Months from now, when you’re remembering the craziest and best summer of your life you can look back and marvel at the simple shot that started it all.

First shot of the season!  And as you can see it was a pretty good shot, unfortunately the rookie team … Read More »

Turbo Bocce Calendar

Important dates to keep in mind.

 

Saturday May 14- Blind Draw Tournament – get some practice in before the season starts and meet new people in our league in this FREE tournament that will have a mini-beer fest attached to it!

Wednesday May 18- Turbo Bocce open house.  If you are new to Turbo Bocce and want to try it out free of charge and commitment, or if you already play in our league and want to invite friends to come check it out, this is the day to do it!  Everybody who comes will get a free slice of pizza and a free beer, as well as a free lesson on how to play Turbo Bocce (if you need one).

Tuesday May 24 … Read More »

Syracuse St. Patrick’s Day Parade Recap

Turbo Bocce put a float in the St. Patrick’s Day parade.   We celebrated our champions, gave out free beer, candy and tee shirts, and also recreated the parade scene from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

Its true, we did it, and I have proof.

St. Pats Parade Pic

You are probably wondering how something like this came to pass . . . so I’ll tell you.

Turbo Bocce’s history with Ferris Bueller goes all the way back to 2006.  Back then we were tried splitting the league into two different divisions.  We decided that the best way to break up the divisions would be to put all the crazy people in one division and all … Read More »

Guinness World Record: spending 30 hours trapped in a rectangle

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Breaking this particular world record was a logistical nightmare. There was a lot to plan – finding a hall we could use for thirty straight hours, finding a means of recording thirty straight hours of video, finding finding sixteen witnesses to view our record attempt at all hours of the day and night, finding people to volunteer to sell beer, perform video camera checks, and clean up. We even needed people to feed us since we couldn’t stop playing bocce for long enough to feed ourselves.

Every day leading up to the marathon required work. The day before the marathon, instead of getting … Read More »