Magic Gray is recognized as one of the NCABA's most prominent bowlers. He has been successful in the PBA at both the national and regional levels. His list of accomplishments include:Back to Hall of Fame
National and Regional PBA:
- 1987 PBA Eastern Region Player of the Year, when he was a PBA regional finalist in 16 of 18 events and was the region's second leading money winner.
- 12 PBA 300 games.
- 5 PBA 800 series.
- Won 1985 Phillipsburg, N.J. regional, averaging 240 for 24 games.
- Two-time match-play finalist in PBA national competition in Baltimore.
- Three Pro Tour Qualifier wins.
- Second-, third-, and fourth-place finishes in regional competitions.
- A consistent casher in PBA national and regional competitions over the past 10 years.
Local and amateur:
- Won titles in Hanover, Pa., in 1983 and 1984; finished second in 1986.
- Won Pennsylvania Dutch Country Bowlers Association tournament titles in 1983, 1985, and 1986; finished in the top 10 nine times.
- Won 1984 Mid-Atlantic All-Stars Association tournament in Arlington.
- Won 1985 Rhodman Handicap Classic in Brunswick, N.J.
- Won 1986 Quality Inn Open in Binghampton, N.Y., scoring 256 on local television to earn the victory.
- Finished third in both the 1984 National Bowling Association tournament in Landover and the 1983 Northern Virginia Scratch Classic in Alexandria.
Magic Gray's excellence on the lanes earns him entry into the Nation's Capital Area Bowling Association Hall of Fame.