Belmonte, Bohn, Fagan Nominated for “Best Bowler” ESPY; Voting Now Open

by Jerry Schneider June 26, 2015 03:10

Two-time defending PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte, PBA Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III and five-time Tour winner Mike Fagan have been selected as Best Bowler nominees for the 2015 ESPY Best Bowler Award.

Fans can vote for their selections by clicking on http://espn.go.com/espys/2015/?voting=bestbowler

Awards will be announced July 15 during ceremonies at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles Wednesday, July 15 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

In 2015, Belmonte won the United States Bowling Congress Masters for an unprecedented third consecutive year and successfully defended his Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions title to boost his career win total to 13.  He has five other top-five finishes including runnerup finishes in the Oklahoma Open and Maine Xtra Frame Shootout.

Bohn won the PBA Players Championship for his 34th career PBA Tour title. He had two other top-10 finishes including eighth in the Barbasol Tournament of Champions and 10th in the Mark Roth/Marshall Holman Doubles Championship.

Fagan won the 2014 PBA World Championship for his fifth career title and second major.  He also had three other top 10 finishes including second in the Japan Invitational and sixth in the Bahrain International and Badger Opens.

HISTORY OF ESPY BEST BOWLER AWARD WINNERS

2014 -  Pete Weber

2013 – Pete Weber

2012 – Sean Rash

2011 – Jason Belmonte

2010 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

2009 – Norm Duke

2008 – Norm Duke

2007 – Norm Duke

2006 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

2005 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

2004 – Pete Weber

2003 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

2002 – Pete Weber

2001 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

2000 – Parker Bohn III

1999 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

1998 – Walter Ray Williams Jr.

1997 – Bob Learn Jr.

1996 – Mike Aulby

1995 – Norm Duke

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Bill O’Neill Caps Oklahoma’s Grand Casino Hotel & Resort PBA Summer Swing With King of the Swing Victory

by Jerry Schneider June 23, 2015 15:05

In what could be considered the all-star event of the 2015 Oklahoma’s Grand Casino Hotel & Resort PBA Summer Swing, Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pa., beat Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C., 191-164, to successfully defend his Oklahoma’s Grand Casino Resort King of the Swing title at the Grand Event Center.

The concluding event of the Summer Swing, which aired Tuesday on the CBS Sports Network, provided a unique challenge, requiring the finalists to compete on a dramatically different lane condition on each lane. The special two-lane arena installation in the Grand Event Center featured the 32-foot Wolf lane condition on the left lane and the 52-foot Badger lane condition on the right lane, putting a premium on adjustments, shot-making and equipment selections for the players. 

“I enjoy dueling lane conditions,” said O’Neill, who won the Oklahoma Open to earn his spot in the special event, a non-PBA title finale to the Summer Swing. “You have to use all the tricks in the bag. In this case it turned out to be a grind out, but I enjoyed the test.”

In winning last year’s King of the Swing, O’Neill defeated Sean Rash, 254-181, for the title.

“The trophies will make good bookends,” said O’Neill, who also finished third in the Bear and Wolf Opens earlier in the Summer Swing. “I might have let a couple opportunities get away from me this year but in the end I can go to sleep happy after winning the Oklahoma Open and the King of the Swing.”

Leading up to the title match, two-time defending PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte of Australia defeated Wolf Open winner Kyle Troup of Taylorsville, N.C., 201-182, in a battle between a pair of two-handers to start the finals. Belmonte, who earned the wild card spot in the King of the Swing as the top point-getter in the Summer Swing without a title, then lost to Badger Open winner Ronnie Russell of Marion, Ind., in the second match, 233-211. Jones, the Bear Open winner, then defeated Russell, 208-178, to meet O’Neill in the title match. 

Xtra Frame, the PBA’s on-line video subscription service, features a preview and post-game show for all CBS Sports Network telecasts of Summer Swing events. PBA fans can find additional coverage of Summer Swing action through the PBA Network which includes archived coverage of all preliminary rounds on Xtra Frame, player interactions through Facebook and Twitter, mobile gaming, original programming, archived events and immediate news updates 24/7 on varying communications devices anywhere in the world. For additional PBA Network information, visit http://www.pba.com/PBANetwork.

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PBA OKLAHOMA’S GRAND RESORT KING OF THE SWING

Grand Casino Resort Event Center, Shawnee, Okla.

Final Standings

1, Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa. $10,000.

2, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., $5,000

3, Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., $4,000.

4, Jason Belmonte, Australia, $3,000.

5. Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., $2,000.

Playoff Results

Match One – Belmonte def. Troup, 201-182.

Match Two – Russell def. Belmonte, 233-211.

Semifinal Match – Jones def. Russell, 208-178.

Championship – O’Neill def. Jones, 191-164.

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Amleto Monacelli Battles Mental Game to Win PBA50 Northern California Classic

by Jerry Schneider June 17, 2015 16:10

With his mental game still a work in progress, Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli was able to keep his emotions in check enough to win the PBA50 Northern California Classic presented by MOTIV at Harvest Park Bowl in Brentwood, Calif., Wednesday for his fourth career PBA50 Tour title.

The Venezuelan defeated last week’s Fountain Valley Open winner Brian LeClair of Delmar, N.Y., 237-225, in the championship match for his first title of the season.

With his physical game and his equipment choices in good shape, the 53-year-old Monacelli admits he needs to work on his emotions during the course of a tournament if he wants to be a consistent winner on the PBA50 Tour.

“I still have the tendency to get down on myself and get mad when things aren’t going my way,” said the 19-time PBA Tour winner. “It’s something that I have to keep working on and don’t let it get to me.

“I think I have too much expectation and just need to relax. Sometimes before each squad I will do a little meditation which helps, but sometimes I just need to tell myself to let it go when I throw a bad shot or get a bad break.”

Monacelli, who qualified for the top spot in the stepladder final, said that he was very focused in the championship match which translated into good shot-making.

“I had a game plan for what I wanted to do because I could see how the lanes were changing in the previous matches,” he said. “I basically took a guess at what ball I thought would work best and it all came together very well.”

Previous to his win, Monacelli had four top-10 finishes this season including two sixth-place finishes as his best.

Two-time major league all-star pitcher John Burkett of Southlake, Texas, established himself as a force to be reckoned with in his new career as a professional bowler finishing fourth for his best finish of the season. He started the stepladder final with a come-from-behind, 226-216, win over Bob Spaulding of McKinney, Texas, but then lost to LeClair in the second match 212-196.

In the five tournaments Burkett has competed in this season he has made the cut to match play in four of them with a previous best finish of 15th in the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open.

LeClair went on to beat PBA50 Tour newcomer Jimmy Hansen of Anchorage, Alaska, 214-202, in the semifinal to advance to the title match against Monacelli.

The 2015 PBA50 Tour season will take a month-long break before returning to action July 19-22 for the PBA50 Treasure Island Resort & Casino Open presented by Roto Grip at Island Xtreme Bowl in Welch, Minn.

PBA50 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CLASSIC PRESENTED BY MOTIV
Harvest Park Bowl, Brentwood, Calif., Wednesday

Final Standings

1, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, $8,000.
2, Brian LeClair, Delmar, N.Y., $4,000.
3, Jimmy Hansen, Anchorage, Alaska, $2,500.
4, John Burkett, Southlake, Texas, $2,000
5, Bob Spaulding, McKinney, Texas, $1,750.

Stepladder Results

Match One – Burkett def. Spaulding, 226-216.
Match Two – LeClair def. Burkett, 212-196.
Semifinal Match – LeClair def. Hansen, 214-202.
Championship – Monacelli def. LeClair, 237-225.

Modified Match Play Round 2 (after six games, including match play bonus pins. Top five advanced to stepladder finals)

1, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 4-2, 1,559.
2, Jimmy Hansen, Anchorage, Alaska, 4-2, 1,532.
3, Brian LeClair, Delmar, N.Y., 5-1, 1,525.
4, John Burkett, Southlake, Texas, 3-3, and
Bob Spaulding, McKinney, Texas, 4-2, 1,512.
6, Joe Goldstein Sr., San Bruno, Calif., 4-2, 1,489, $1,500.
7, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 4-2, 1,477, $1,500.
8, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 3-3, 1,453, $1,500.
9, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 3-3, 1,452, $1,350.
10, Brian Cooper, Henderson, Nev., 3-3, 1,436, $1,350.
11, Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 2-4, 1,417, $1,350.
12, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 1-4-1, 1,412, $1,350.
13, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 2-4, 1,381, $1,350.
14, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 1-5, 1,371, $1,350.
15, Dave Arnold, Elk Grove, Calif., 1-4-1, 1,311, $1,350.
16, Rob Rice, Sunnyside, Wash., 3-3, 1,290, $1,350.

Modified Match Play Round 1 (after five games, including match play bonus pins)

17, Nick Morgan, Sacramento, Calif., 2-3, 1,237, $1,200.
18, Darron Peters, Temecula, Calif., 2-3, 1,220, $1,200.
19, Kerry Painter, Henderson, Nev., 3-2, 1,209, $1,200.
20, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 3-2, 1,208, $1,200.
21, Ron Winger, Las Vegas, 2-3, 1,204, $1,200.
22, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 2-3, 1,196, $1,200.
23, a-Sam Carter, Ben Lomond, Calif., 2-3, 1,166, $1,200.
24, Bill Nichols, Roseville, Calif., 4-1, 1,139, $1,200.
25, Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 2-3, 1,135, $1,100.
26, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 2-3, 1,127, $1,100.
27, Thomas Ream, Tampa, Fla., 2-3, 1,106, $1,100.
28, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 1-3-1, 1,101, $1,100.
29, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 2-3, 1,082, $1,100.
30, Robert Harvey, Boise, Idaho, 1-4, 1,074, $1,100.
31, Noel Vazquez, Sacramento, Calif., 1-3-1, 1,026, $1,100.
32, Tony Majcher, Rolling Meadows, Ill., 0-5, 930, $1,100.

Other Cashers (after five-game cashers’ round)

33, (tie) Warren Nelson, Middleburg, Fla., 1,090, and a-Terry Leong, Las Vegas, 1,090, $1,000.
35, Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 1,060, $1,000.
36, Bill McCorkle, Westerville, Ohio, 1,038, $1,000.
37, Stan Winters, Simi Valley, Calif., 1,019, $1,000.
38, Frank Gallo Jr., Jacksonville, Fla., 1,006, $1,000.
39, Ray Cobb, Highland, Calif., 968, $1,000.
40, Gerald Calvin, Thousand Oaks, Calif., 957, $1,000.

41, a-John Dorsett, Concord, Calif., 919, $1,000.

a-denotes amateur

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Bill O’Neill Bowls ‘Angry’ to Win PBA Oklahoma Open

by Jerry Schneider June 16, 2015 14:56

In the culmination of one of the biggest tests of versatility on the PBA Tour, Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pa., took command early in the championship match and never looked back to win the PBA Oklahoma Open, the most prestigious event of the Oklahoma’s Grand Casino Hotel & Resort PBA Summer Swing.

O’Neill won his sixth career PBA Tour title by defeating two-time defending PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte of Australia, 247-172, in the title match seen Tuesday on CBS Sports Network.

“I need to bowl angry, like Pete Weber,” said O’Neill. “Over my career I’ve let some matches get away because I probably haven’t bowled aggressive enough. I told Jason he wasn’t going to beat me tonight.”

O’Neill had a very productive Summer Swing to this point, qualifying for the stepladder finals in two Summer Swing events and finishing third in both the Wolf and Bear Opens. But he admitted he might have let a win or two slip away in those events.

“I was confident going into those shows,” O’Neill said, “but it upset me that I basically gave them away. I felt I could have won both of them. To be so close…you just don’t want to give opportunities like those away.”

O’Neill, who has had success in previous Summer Swings, won the Badger Open and King of the Swing last year in addition to finishing third in the 2014 Bear Open, eighth in the Wolf Open and fourth in the Oklahoma Open.

As the top qualifier for the Oklahoma Open by virtue of aggregate pinfall from first-round qualifying in the Wolf, Bear and Badger Opens, O’Neill earned the right to select the lane condition for the Oklahoma Open finals. He picked the 40-foot Bear lane condition which he quickly pointed out is not necessarily his favorite condition to bowl on.

“It’s not about just bowling on your favorite pattern,” O’Neill said. “You have to also take into account who’s bowling on the show and how you think they’ll be playing the lanes. With that in mind I thought the Bear would give me the best chance to succeed.”

The Oklahoma stepladder final opened with 13-time PBA Tour winner Patrick Allen of Mount Kisco, N.Y., defeating two-time Tour winner Andres Gomez of Colombia, 211-200. Allen, who was hoping to break a six-year drought without a title, then went on to beat Bear Open winner Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, S.C., 225-215, before losing to Belmonte in the semifinal, 237-203.

“I just didn’t have anything going. The condition was brutal for me,” said Belmonte who was trying for his third win of the season and 13th of his career. “I changed balls twice in the match and tried a few other things but it would have been tough to beat Bill anyway because he got off to a good start right out of the box. I was never in a position to put anything together to get back in the match.”

The Summer Swing on CBS Sports Network concludes Tuesday, June 23 with the Oklahoma’s Grand Casino Hotel & Resort King of the Swing special event which will air at 9 p.m. ET. The King of the Swing telecast will feature Wolf Open winner Kyle Troup, Bear Open winner Jones, Badger Open winner Ronnie Russell, O’Neill as Oklahoma Open winner, and Belmonte as highest player in Summer Swing points without a title.

Xtra Frame, the PBA’s on-line video subscription service, features a preview and post-game show for all CBS Sports Network telecasts of Summer Swing events. PBA fans can find additional coverage of Summer Swing action through the PBA Network which includes archived coverage of all preliminary rounds on Xtra Frame, player interactions through Facebook and Twitter, mobile gaming, original programming, archived events and immediate news updates 24/7 on varying communications devices anywhere in the world. For additional PBA Network information, visit http://www.pba.com/PBANetwork.

CBS Sports Network is available across the country through local cable, video and telco providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 221 and Dish Network Channel 158.  For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.

PBA OKLAHOMA OPEN

Grand Casino Resort Event Center, Shawnee, Okla.

Final Standings

1, Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa. $18,000.

2, Jason Belmonte, Australia, $9,000.

3, Patrick Allen, Mount Kisco, N.Y., $7,000.

4, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., $6,000.

5. Andres Gomez, Colombia, $5,000.

Playoff Results

Match One – Allen def. Gomez, 211-200.

Match Two – Allen def. Jones, 225-215.

Semifinal Match – Belmonte def. Allen, 237-203.

Championship – O’Neill def. Belmonte, 247-172.

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Rookie Bob Spaulding Averages 241.8 to Top PBA50 Northern California Classic Qualifying

by Jerry Schneider June 16, 2015 14:12

Bob Spaulding of McKinney, Texas, who won the 1995 Quaker State 250 for his lone PBA Tour title, averaged 241.8 to earn top qualifier honors for the PBA50 Northern California Classic presented by MOTIV Tuesday at Harvest Park Bowl.

Spaulding a 53-year-old PBA50 Tour rookie who hasn’t competed in topflight professional competition since 1997, led qualifying with a 3,869 16-game pinfall bowling games of 189, 276, 258, 259, 213, 248, 278 and 222 in Tuesday’s second round.

“I’m basically having to learn everything all over again,” said Spaulding, who also finished second to Mike Aulby in the 1995 Barbasol PBA Tournament of Champions. “Until a few months ago I’ve never bowled with this equipment. Everything’s different from the ball surfaces to the weight blocks to just about everything, so I’m pleasantly surprised at how well I’m doing.

“I have to say everybody’s been great out here and a lot of help so it makes everything all that more enjoyable.”

Spaulding leads a field of 33 bowlers who will compete in Wednesday’s match play that will determine the top five for the stepladder finals. All of tomorrow’s action can be seen on PBA’s online bowling channel Xtra Frame with finals coverage schedule to begin at 5:30 p.m. PT.

The Northern California Classic is the third PBA50 Tour tournament that Spaulding has competed in this season with a best finish of 16th in last week’s Fountain Valley Open.

Spaulding edged out PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela 12 pins behind in second with a 3,857 pinfall. Rounding out the top five were last week’s Fountain Valley Open winner Brian LeClair, Delmar, N.Y., 3,742; Dave Arnold, Elk Grove, Calif., 3,738, and first round leader Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 3,736.

Former major league all-star pitcher and PBA50 Tour rookie John Burkett made the cut to match play finishing in a tie for sixth with PBA Hall of Famer Brian Voss of Centennial, Colo., with a 3,691 pinfall. It marks the fourth of five tournaments Burkett has made the cut and is hoping to improve on his season’s best finish of 15th in the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open.

Xtra Frame, PBA’s online bowling channel, is providing full coverage of the final day of the PBA50 Northern California Classic. For subscription information visit http://www.xtraframe.tv/pba/.

PBA50 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CLASSIC PRESENTED BY MOTIV

Harvest Park Bowl, Brentwood, Calif., Tuesday

Second Round Standings (after 16 games. Top 24 advance to match play; places 25-33rd plus eight PBA60 players advance to cashers round to determine eight additional match play finalists)

1, Bob Spaulding, McKinney, Texas, 3,869.
2, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 3,857.
3, Brian LeClair, Delmar, N.Y., 3,742.
4, Dave Arnold, Elk Grove, Calif., 3,738.
5, Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 3,736.
6, (tie) John Burkett, Southlake, Texas, and Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 3,691.
8, Joe Goldstein Sr., San Bruno, Calif., 3,679.
9, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 3,671.
10, James Hansen, Anchorage, Alaska, 3,649.
11, Nick Morgan, Sacramento, Calif., 3,627.
12, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 3,602.
13, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 3,596.
14, Robert Harvey, Boise, Idaho, 3,592.
15, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 3,591.
16, Ron Winger, Las Vegas, 3,589.
17, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 3,585.
18, Brian Cooper, Henderson, Nev., 3,579.
19, Tony Majcher, Rolling Meadows, Ill., 3,571.
20, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 3,560.
21, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 3,557.
22, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 3,550.
23, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 3,545.
24, a-Sam Carter, Ben Lomond, Calif., 3,540.
25, Kerry Painter, Henderson, Nev., 3,536.
26, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 3,518.
27, a-Terry Leong, Las Vegas, 3,511.
28, Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 3,500.
29, Darron Peters, Temecula, Calif., 3,499.
30, (tie) Ray Cobb, Highland, Calif., and Warren Nelson, Middleburg, Fla., 3,494.
32, Noel Vazquez, Sacramento, Calif., 3,491.
33, Rob Rice, Sunnyside, Wash., 3,483.
34, Todd Kjell, Roscoe, Ill., 3,468.
35, ss-Bill Nichols, Roseville, Calif., 3,462, $1,000.
36, Craig Miller, Tracy, Calif., 3,461.
37, (tie) ss-Bill McCorkle, Westerville, Ohio, 3,456, $1,000, and Mark McCreary, Livermore, Calif., 3,456.
39, ss-Frank Gallo Jr., Jacksonville, Fla., 3,447, $1,000.
40, ss-a-John Dorsett, Concord, Calif., 3,441, $1,000.
41, Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 3,439.
42, Rory Peterson, Sacramento, Calif., 3,437.
43, (tie) Junior Self, Martinez, Calif., and a-Al Bella, Pittsburg, Calif., 3,435.
45, Terry Metzner, Kentwood, Mich., 3,431.
46, ss-Gerald Calvin, Thousand Oaks, Calif., 3,414, $1,000.
47, ss-Thomas Ream, Tampa, Fla., 3,413, $1,000.
48, Glenn Morgan, Carson City, Nev., 3,411.
49, Doug Kempt, Arcadia, Calif., 3,401.
50, Brian Tinsley, Medford, Ore., 3,400.
51, Rodney Garrick, San Francisco, 3,393.
52, ss-Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 3,391, $1,000.
53, ss-Stan Winters, Simi Valley, Calif., 3,384, $1,000.
54, John Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 3,382.
55, Fred Cole, Visalia, Calif., 3,371.
56, Dick Baker, Henderson, Nev., 3,340.
57, Dan Sasaki, Richmond, Callif., 3,339.
58, a-Paul Herrera, San Jose, Calif., 3,338.
59, Lew Elting, Carlsbad, Calif., 3,333.
60, Dave Dayton, Reno, Nev., 3,300.
61, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3,295.
62, Eric Forkel, Henderson, Nev., 3,294.
63, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 3,291.
64, (tie) Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, and Michael Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 3,288.
66, a-David Chew, Brentwood, Calif., 3,287.
67, Dave Bolles, Stockton, Calif., 3,280.
68, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 3,277.
69, Timothy Bell, Sacramento, Calif., 3,260.
70, Scott Hansel, Stockton, Calif., 3,256.
71, Pat Nolan, Japan, 3,230.
72, Eddie Katz, Lakewood, Calif., 3,227.
73, a-Dennis Jones, Fremont, Calif., 3,201.
74, Galen Keas, Alda, Neb., 3,197.
75, Keith Pridgeon, Antioch, Calif., 3,196.
76, Joe Beck, Montgomery, Ala., 3,193.
77, Tim Pierce, Portland, Ore., 3,180.
78, Duane Wilson, Brentwood, Calif., 3,173.
79, Jim Gordin, Modesto, Calif., 3,170.
80, Steve Stein, Staten Island, N.Y., 3,167.
81, a-Phillip Spruill, San Francisco, 3,166.
82, Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 3,164.
83, a-Steve Adams, Grass Valley, Calif., 3,161.
84, Mike Hastings, Millsboro, Del., 3,153.
85, John Austin, Friendswood, Texas, 3,131.
86, Joseph Jimenez, Rowland Hts, Calif., 3,106.
87, a-Scott DeSelms Sr., Castro Valley, Calif., 3,081.
88, Don Lane, San Francisco, 3,067.
89, a-Larry Dyson, Stockton, Calif, 3,050.
90, Mike Watson, Grass Valley, Calif., 3,045.
91, Chuck Best, Buda, Texas, 3,019.
92, Larry Galloway, Lakewood, Calif., 2,997.
93, Dave Schultz, West Bend, Wis., 2,996.
94, a-Kenneth Daily, Danville, Calif., 2,984.
95, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 2,974.
96, Mike Saraiva, Napa, Calif., 2,937.
97, Rich Kleinman, Reno, Nev., 2,921.
98, a-Christopher Sargent, Crockett, Calif., 2,769.
99, Lauri Karppala Jr., Folsom, Calif., 2,607.
100, Kevin Croucher, Grants Pass, Ore., 2,780.
101, Glen Nakagawa, Highland Village, Texas, 1,457.

ss-denotes PBA60 players ages 60 and over out of the regular prize fund cashing for $1,000

a-denotes amateur

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