PBA50 Tour Heads to The Villages for UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl In The Villages April 19-21; Catch All the Action on Xtra Frame

by Jerry Schneider April 17, 2015 03:15


Last Tuesday PBA fans who subscribe to Xtra Frame and tuned into the stepladder finals of the season-opening PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open witnessed a match between two of PBA’s all-time greats when Parker Bohn III won his second PBA50 Tour title by defeating reigning PBA50 Player of the Year Norm Duke, 263-222, in the championship match.

The two Hall of Famers, who have 72 PBA Tour titles between them, will be among a capacity field of 160 players who will compete in the PBA50 UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl In The Villages presented by Radical starting Sunday at Spanish Springs Lanes. The tournament will be covered live in its entirety on Xtra Frame.

Duke will try to defend his Sun Bowl In The Villages title which was one of two titles he won in his rookie 2014 season on the way to PBA50 Player and Rookie of the Year honors. He defeated fellow Hall of Famer Tom Baker in the championship match, 256-228.

In addition to the 12-month Xtra Frame Season Ticket option ($64.99) and the monthly option ($7.99), fans can now subscribe to the new “3-Day Pass” option for the price of $3.99. To check out all of the Xtra Frame subscription options click on the Xtra Frame logo on the pba.com homepage, or visit  https://www.xtraframe.tv/pba/secure/registerform.

While fans can sign up at any time, and as often as they like, for the “3-Day Pass” option, it is important to note the subscription is only good for 72 hours from the time the subscription is purchased. Therefore, if the “3-Day Pass” is being purchased with the idea of using it for coverage of a specific event, fans should plan the activation of the subscription accordingly.

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PBA Spare Shots: PBA Hall of Famer Johnny Petraglia Receives BBIA Industry Service Award

by Bill Vint April 16, 2015 06:11

The Billiard and Bowling Institute of America presented PBA Hall of Famer Johnny Petraglia with its Industry Service Award Tuesday night at the organization’s annual meeting in Hilton Head, S.C.

Petraglia, the only player ever to win PBA national titles in six different decades, is currently competing on the PBA50 Tour – 50 years after making his debut in 1965. The 67-year-old lefthander from Jackson, N.J., has won 14 PBA Tour and eight PBA50 Tour titles; is one of six PBA Triple Crown winners; ranks 31st on the all-time PBA earnings list with $1,249,250, and his a member of the PBA (1982) and USBC (2003) Halls of Fame. He also was the recipient of the 2010 BPAA Dick Weber Bowling Ambassador Award.

In addition to his sterling record as a competitor, Petraglia has been active for decades off the lanes in BVL and other charitable programs in support of United States military veterans. Petraglia served a tour of duty with the U.S. armed forces during the Vietnam War.


Whether Finland’s Osku Palermaa can throw a bowling ball faster than anyone in history is up for debate – and probably something no one could ever prove – but the reality is, when the high-rev two-handed player reverts to using only his right hand to shoot at single pin spares, it has become a thrill to watch.

During the recent Mark Roth/Marshall Holman PBA Doubles Championship at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, where Palermaa left his fair share of 10 pins, fans began to add a “nneeeeeooooowwww…” sound effect every time the powerful Finn unleashed a spare attempt, imitating the sound of the high-speed ball buzzing down the lane.

During the PBA Xtra Frame Maine Shootout in Portland, Bayside Bowl left the speed recording feature on its automatic scoring system during the best-of-three-game elimination matches. During Palermaa’s match with eventual champion Josh Blanchard, Palermaa’s two-handed strike shots were measuring in the 20-21 miles per hour range. But on four consecutive 10 pin spare attempts, his ball speed was measured at 28.51, 28.01, 28.42 and 28.97 miles per hour – all astonishing ball speeds to throw a 15-pound bowling ball.

While speed has no bearing on spare-shooting accuracy, it seems to help when trying to convert “impossible” splits by bouncing pins out of the pit area. After successfully converting a 7-10 split during the PBA World Series of Bowling V in 2014 by bouncing the 10 pin out of the pit, into the 7 pin, Palermaa said it wasn’t an uncommon feat for him. “I’ve converted the 7-10 more times than I’ve bowled 300 games,” he said.

Watching the six-foot, 200-pound 31-year-old throw a bowling ball at those remarkable speeds makes one wonder if Palermaa has ever been clocked throwing a baseball.

“I’ve never played baseball; it isn’t a sport we play in Finland,” Palermaa said, “but I did try it one time at an ESPN sports bar. I threw the ball three times.”

His baseball pitching speeds, he said, were recorded 92, 93 and 96 miles per hour. “But I don’t know if those were accurate speeds or not.”


Sean Lavery-Spahr of Pasadena, Texas, defeated defending champion Dino Castillo of Carrollton, Texas, 195-188, to win the PBA FireLake Grand Casino Resort Southwest Open presented by Hammer at FireLake Bowling Center in Shawnee, Okla., Sunday.

After qualifying for match play in ninth place, Lavery-Spahr won his best two-of-three-game Round of 16 match over PBA50 titlist Mike Edwards from Tulsa, Okla., 2-0; followed with a 2-0 victory over Oklahoma City’s Eric Wigger in the Round of 8; posted a 2-1 win over qualifying leader Nathan Bohr of Austin, Texas, in the quarterfinal round, and edged amateur Clint Dacy of Fort Worth, Texas, 200-195, in the semifinal round.

Castillo, who qualified seventh, edged Colombia’s Clara Guerrero in the Round of 12, 2-1; eliminated Roger Petrin of Wichita, Kan., in the Round of 8, 2-1; and disposed of former Southwest Region Player of the Year Joe Findling of Greenville, Texas, 279-237, in the semifinal round.

The pro-am portion of the event on Friday included a fundraiser for the Shawnee area Big Brother/Big Sister chapter. FireLake General Manager Chris Skillings announced more than $30,000 was raised for that cause.

Amateur Wesley Low Jr. of Palmdale, Calif., posted a 9-3 match play record and a 20-game total of 5,028 pins Sunday to win the PBA Earl Anthony West/Northwest Memorial at Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl Sunday while Marty Deh of San Jose, Calif., won the PBA50 portion of the doubleheader weekend.

Low, who turns 18 on April 27 (coincidentally the late Earl Anthony’s birthday), won his second PBA West Region event, but as an amateur, he does not receive credit for a title and his $2,500 first prize goes to his SMART scholarship account. The two-handed, left-handed player defeated Josh Blanchard of Phoenix, Ariz., by 166 pins for the win. Blanchard had an 8-4 match play record and 4,862 pins including match play bonus pins.

Deh went 10-2 and knocked down 4,768 total pins for his 20 games to top Chris Warren of Grants Pass, Ore., for his fifth West PBA50 Regional title and $1,500. Warren had 4,686 pins.

Patrick Allen of Wesley Chapel, Fla. defeated Noel Vega of Kew Gardens, N.Y., 236-147, to win his 25th PBA Regional title and a $2,500 first prize in the PBA Rockaway Eastern Open presented by Storm at Rockaway Lanes in Rockaway, N.J., Sunday.

Allen qualified second for match play and posted an 8-4 match play record to retain second place for the stepladder finals. Vega qualified third and moved into the lead by rolling a 300 game in game five on Sunday. He posted a 11-1 match play record to earn the top position for the stepladder finals, and matched his best career finish, achieved three years ago, by finishing second. He earned $1,300.

Kyle Troup of Taylorsville, N.C., defeated three-time PBA Tour titlist Dick Allen of Columbia, S.C., 259-207, 234-226, in a best-of-three-game championship match to win the inaugural PBA Bluffton South Open title at Station 300 Lanes in Bluffton, S.C., Sunday.

In the semifinal round, Troup defeated Lee Vanderhoef of Raleigh, N.C., 238-215, 275-269, while Allen rallied from a 1-0 deficit to defeat B.J. Moore of Apex, N.C., 202-205, 258-211, 279-229, in the semifinal round.

Jesse Buss of Belvidere, Ill., defeated Dave Wodka of Beaver Creek, Ohio, 225-222, to win the PBA Fun Time Centers Central/Midwest Classic at Heritage Lanes in Kokomo, Ind., on April 12. Along with his fourth regional title, Buss earned $2,000.

Buss topped amateur Andrew Anderson of Holly, Mich. 2-0, and Wodka blanked Anthony LaCaze of Melrose Park, Ill., 2-0, in the best-of-three-game semifinal round to set up the championship match.

On the April 15-17 PBA Regional calendar is the PBA50 Sarasota South Open at Sarasota Lanes in Sarasota, Fla. The April 17-19 weekend includes the Bowlers Discount Eastern Open presented by Hammer at Brunswick Zone Normandy in Elliott City, Md.; back-to-back one-day reduced entry fee Country Club Lanes Central/Midwest Opens in Elkhart, Ind., and the Tacoma Speedometer Member/Non-Member Doubles, a reduced entry fee event presented by Pawnbrokers Northwest, at Bowlero Lanes in Lakewood, Wash.

● Another mid-week PBA50 event is the PBA50 Tarheel Lanes South Open April 23-25 in Hendersonville, N.C. Players will then head to Hawaii for the annual tripleheader beginning April 26-27 with the Kona West/Northwest Open at KBXtreme Lanes in Kailua-Kona followed by the Hawaii West/Northwest Open presented by Storm at Scofield Air Base on April 29, and the Hickam AFB West/Northwest Open May 1-3.

● Also leading off the month of May over the May 1-3 weekend will be the Junction City (Kan.) Bowl Southwest/Midwest Open presented by Radical, and the Pro Bowl West Tri-Region Member/Non-Member Doubles presented by the Proprietor’s Cup in Ft. Wayne, Ind.

For complete PBA Regional schedules, rules and entry information, visit pba.com, open the “schedules” tab and click on Regional Tours to find the event(s) in your area.


● On the basis of winning his first two PBA Tour titles in the Brunswick Euro Challenge and, nine days later, the PBA Xtra Frame Maine Shootout, Josh Blanchard of Gilbert, Ariz., has been selected as the International Bowling Media Association’s Kegel Bowler of the Month for March.

● Don’t forget: During the April MOTIV sweepstakes is awarding another new ball to a new Xtra Frame subscriber. To enter, all you have to do is sign up for a new Xtra Frame subscription, either three-day ($3.99), monthly ($7.99) or 12-month XF Season Ticket ($64.99). The ball-a-month promotion will continue every month through 2015.

● Reminder: Every month, HotelPlanner.com, the official travel partner of the PBA, is awarding a $200 lodging gift certificate to a lucky person who books a hotel room through HotelPlanner.com. Use the “Book Hotel” link on pba.com before the last day of the month, and you will be automatically entered. The $200 gift certificate will be valid for hotel room and tax only.

● Last call: You can still earn a discount on an Xtra Frame Season Ticket subscription with the purchase of a new bowling ball through a special limited-time arrangement with Bowling Infinity Group. Visit http://offthetrailer.com/ for details on how to earn a $25 discount and free shipping on the bowling ball-Xtra Frame Season Ticket package now through April 30.

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Bohn Defeats Duke to Win PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open For Second Career PBA50 Tour Title

by Jerry Schneider April 14, 2015 14:11

 In a title match that featured two of the Professional Bowlers Association’s all-time greats with 72 PBA Tour wins between them, Parker Bohn III defeated fellow Hall of Famer and reigning PBA50 Player of the Year Norm Duke Tuesday in the title match to win the PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open at Lane Glo Bowl in New Port Richey, Fla.

Bohn, a 34-time PBA Tour titlist, won his second PBA50 Tour title by defeating Duke, a 38-time Tour winner, 263-222, in the title match. Duke, who also finished second in the Pasco County Open last season, was trying for his third PBA50 Tour title.

Bohn took the lead early in the match striking in the first three frames and after Duke opened in the second frame he was able to take command for good by throwing seven consecutive strikes to complete the match.

“We’ve bowled against each other many times during our careers,” Bohn said. “Even though I knew I had things pretty well under control heading into the end of the match you can never let up against guys like Norm because if there’s room for them to catch you they will. The strikes I had in the eighth and ninth frame were crucial because they put the pressure on him.”

One of Bohn’s concerns throughout the tournament was dealing with humid conditions that could play havoc with his grip.

“It can be a challenge to get the right feel,” Bohn said. “You can have a situation where you have to squeeze the ball to hold on or go the other way where the ball can hang in your hand. If you have either one of those situations you’re not going to repeat shots. With the help of (Brunswick representative) Chuck Gardner we put a good game plan together with my equipment so then it was just a matter of me standing in the right place and hitting my target.”

Bohn advanced to the championship match by defeating 10-time PBA Tour winner Bryan Goebel of Shawnee, Kan., who was trying for his first PBA50 Tour title, in the semifinal match 247-238.

In the opening stepladder match United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Lennie Boresch Jr. of Kenosha, Wis., trying for his third title, defeated Hall of Famer and nine-time PBA50 Tour winner Walter Ray Williams Jr., 255-209.

In the second match Goebel defeated Boresch 227-192 to advance to the semifinal.

The PBA50 Tour travels to Spanish Springs Lanes in The Villages, Fla., April 18-21 for the PBA50 Sun Bowl In The Villages presented by Radical, the second stop of the 2015 season. Fans can catch all the action on PBA’s online bowling channel Xtra Frame. For subscription and schedule information click on the Xtra Frame logo on the pba.com homepage.

Lane Glo Bowl, New Port Richey, Fla., Tuesday

Final Standings

1, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., $7,500.
2, Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., $4,000.
3, Bryan Goebel, Shawnee, Kan., $2,500.
4, Lennie Boresch Jr., Kenosha, Wis., $2,000.
5, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., $1,750.

Stepladder Results

Match One – Boresch def. Williams, 255-209.
Match Two – Goebel def. Boresch, 227-192.
Semifinal Match – Bohn def. Goebel, 247-238.
Championship – Bohn def. Duke, 263-222.

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

1, Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 5-1, 1,580.
2, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 4-2, 1,554.
3, Bryan Goebel, Shawnee, Kan., 6-0, 1,516.
4, Lennie Boresch Jr., Kenosha, Wis., 4-2, 1,511.
5, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 5-1, 1,464.
6, Brian LeClair, Albany, N.Y., 3-3, 1,449, $1,550.
7, Stephen Pavlinko, Sewell, N.J., 3-3, 1,417, $1,550.
8, Joe Scarborough, Charlotte, N.C., 4-2, 1,400, $1,550.
9, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 2-4, 1,385, $1,350.
10, Ralph Brunt Jr., Jensen Beach, Fla., 2-4, 1,383, $1,350.
11, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 2-4, 1,373, $1,350.
12, a-Jerry Brunette Jr., Rochester, N.Y., 2-4, 1,320, $1,350.
13, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 2-4, 1,301, $1,350.
14, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 3-3, 1,267, $1,350.
15, ss-Tom Baker, King, N.C., 1-5, 1,263, $1,350.
16, Tom Carter, Rockford, Ill., 0-6, 1,237, $1,350.

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

17, ss-Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 3-2, 1,190, $1,175.
18, Robert Brown, Cody, Wyo., 3-2, 1,170, $1,175.
19, Peter Knopp, Germany, 3-2, 1,143, $1,175.
20, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 2-3, 1,122, $1,175.
21, a-Tim Maiseroulle, Buford, Ga., 2-3, 1,080, $1,175.
22, ss-Chuck Richardson, The Villages, Fla., 2-2-1, 1,069, $1,175.
23, ss-Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 2-3, 1,065, $1,175.
24, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 2-2-1, 1,064, $1,175.
25, Tracy Teeters, Eugene, Ore., 3-2, 1,046, $1,100.
26, Joe Salvemini, Henderson, Nev., 2-3, 1,041, $1,100.
27, Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 2-3, 1,040, $1,100.
28, Todd Kjell, Roscoe, Ill., 1-4, 1,037, $1,100.
29, Dave Sill, Titusville, Fla., 1-4, 1,004, $1,100.
30, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 2-3, 1,000, $1,100.
31, a-Darin Hays, Wesley Chapel, Fla., 1-4, 972, $1,100.
32, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 0-5, 952, $1,100.

Other Cashers (after five-game cashers’ round)

33, ss-Frank Gallo Jr., Jacksonville, Fla., 1,068, $1,050.
34, Doug O'Bryant, Ball Ground, Ga., 1,064, $1,050.
35, ss-Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 1,048, $1,050.
36, ss-John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 1,046, $1,050.
37, ss-Bob Chamberlain, The Villages, Fla., 1,042, $1,050.
38, ss-Steve Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y., 1,027, $1,050.

39, ss-Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 1,020, $1,000.
40, Gary Morgan, Atlanta, 1,007, $1,000.
41, ss-Lucien Casagrande, Canada, 1,005, $1,000.
42, ss-Thomas Ream, Tampa, Fla., 975, $1,000.
43, ss-Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 928, $1,000.
44, ss-Bill McCorkle, Westerville, Ohio, 918, $1,000.
45, ss-James Knoblauch, Waukesa, Wis., 914, $1,000.
46, ss-a-Joe Barna, Plantation ,Fla., 913, $1,000.

a-denotes amateur

ss-denotes PBA60 player

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Silver Lake Atom Splitters to Face Off Against L.A. X in PBA Elias Cup Finals Re-Match Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on ESPN

by Jerry Schneider April 14, 2015 02:13


After yet another ESPN PBA League telecast that featured dramatic sudden-death roll-offs to determine the winners,  the defending champion Bass Pro Shop Silver Lake Atom Splitters and Wheaties L.A. X survived to win their semifinal rounds last Sunday to advance to the 2015 PBA Elias Cup Finals at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine.

The Atom Splitters (Chris Barnes, Tom Daugherty, Craig Nidiffer, Mika Koivuniemi and Dick Allen) and the L.A. X (Jason Belmonte, Martin Larsen, Andres Gomez, Stuart Williams and Patrick Allen) will battle it out in a re-match of the 2014 Elias Cup Finals on ESPN on Sunday, April 19 at 1 p.m. ET.

Last Sunday the Atom Splitters earned its opportunity to defend its Elias Cup title by rallying to defeat the Concrete Software BROOKLYN STyLES ( Sean Rash, Parker Bohn III, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Tom Smallwood and Jason Sterner) in a one-ball sudden death roll-off, 10-9, after tying in the two-game Baker match 1-1.  L.A. X and the HotelPlanner.com Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits (Wes Malott, Ryan Ciminelli, Bryon Smith, Dan MacLelland and Osku Palermaa) also tied 1-1 in their match before Sweden’s Martin Larsen struck to give L.A. X the win in a sudden-death roll-off that lasted three rounds, 10-9.

Next Sunday’s Elias Cup title match will consist of singles, alternate-ball doubles and Baker trios matches – each worth one point – and a Baker team match that will be worth three points. If the match ends in a 3-3 tie, the title will be decided in a one-ball sudden-death roll-off.

The Elias Cup is named in honor of the late founder of the PBA, Hall of Famer Eddie Elias.

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Amateur Jerry Brunette Averages 233.6 to Lead Qualifying In PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open

by Jerry Schneider April 13, 2015 14:11

Amateur Jerry Brunette Jr. of Rochester, N.Y., averaged 233.6 to take the second round lead Monday in the PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open at Lane Glo Bowl heading into Tuesday’s match play rounds.

Brunette completed qualifying with a 3,738 16-game pinfall total bowling 1,890 in Monday’s eight-game second round with games of 203, 199, 236, 217, 258, 247, 264 and 266. He edged out reigning PBA50 Player of the Year Hall of Famer Norm Duke of Clermont, Fla., for the lead by two pins.

“I’m living the dream,” said Brunette, who is primarily a local tournament bowler in western and northern New York and is competing in his first PBA tournament of any kind. “I’ve been dreaming about, and working to compete, at this level for more than 30 years and now here I am.”

Brunette, who works in the pharmaceutical industry, made an adjustment in the middle of Monday’s round to make his run at the tournament lead.

“I didn’t have a good feel at the start of the fourth game so I made some adjustments and a ball change and put it all together at that point. Generally, I feel like I’m getting stronger as the tournament goes on so I’m looking forward to match play.”

The top 24 players advanced to Tuesday’s match play rounds and 22 players (positions 25-38 plus eight PBA60 players) advanced to Tuesday morning’s five-game cashers round that will determine eight additional match play spots. After match play, the top five players will advance to the stepladder finals at 7 p.m. ET.

Rounding out the top five after Monday’s second round were Duke with 3,736; Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 3,710; Joe Scarborough, Charlotte, N.C., 3,677 and Brian LeClair, Albany, N.Y., 3,660.

Sunday’s first round leader and defending champion Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela finished qualifying in seventh with 3,621.

Fans can follow PBA action through the entire PBA Network which includes wall-to-wall coverage of an expanded schedule of live events 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.

Monday’s Second Round Standings
(After 16 games; top 24 advance to match play; 25th-38th places plus eight PBA60 players advance to cashers round to determine eight additional match play finalists)
At Lane Glo Bowl
New Port Richey, Fla.

1, a-Jerry Brunette Jr., Rochester, N.Y., 3,738.
2, Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 3,736.
3, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 3,710.
4, Joe Scarborough, Charlotte, N.C., 3,677.
5, Brian LeClair, Albany, N.Y., 3,660.
6, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 3,642.
7, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 3,621.
8, Lennie Boresch Jr., Kenosha, Wis., 3,607.
9, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 3,563.
10, ss-Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 3,555.
11, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 3,551.
12, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 3,542.
13, Robert Brown, Cody, Wyo., 3,532.
14, Ralph Brunt Jr., Jensen Beach, Fla., 3,524.
15, Dave Sill, Titusville, Fla., 3,486.
16, a-Darin Hays, Wesley Chapel, Fla., 3,482.
17, Bryan Goebel, Shawnee, Kan., 3,465.
18, Stephen Pavlinko, Sewell, N.J., 3,464.
19, Joe Salvemini, Henderson, Nev., 3,444.
20, Peter Knopp, Germany, 3,422.
21, ss-Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 3,414.
22, Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., 3,379.
23, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 3,376.
24, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 3,375.
25, Gary Morgan, Atlanta, 3,367.
26, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 3,364.
27, ss-Steve Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y., 3,357.
28, ss-Tom Baker, King, N.C., 3,342.
29, Tom Carter, Rockford, Ill., 3,341.
30, ss-Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 3,328.
31, ss-John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 3,322.
32, Doug O'Bryant, Ball Ground, Ga., 3,317.
33, a-Tim Maiseroulle, Buford, Ga., 3,302.
34, Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 3,287.
35, Todd Kjell, Roscoe, Ill., 3,282.
36, (tie) Tracy Teeters, Eugene, Ore., and ss-Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 3,272.
38, ss-Bob Chamberlain, The Villages, Fla., 3,256.
39, Jimmy Jean, Kathleen, Ga., 3,255.
40, ss-Bill McCorkle, Westerville, Ohio, 3,254.
41, a-Widmar Vargas, Riverview, Fla., 3,247.
42, ss-Chuck Richardson, The Villages, Fla., 3,231.
43, Scott Smith, Warrenville, Ill., 3,223.
44, a-Craig Auerbach, Sunrise, Fla., 3,218.
45, Kenneth Bland Jr., Cibolo, Texas, 3,215.
46, ss-Frank Gallo Jr., Jacksonville, Fla., 3,211.
47, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., 3,207.
48, David Taylor, Largo, Fla., 3,203.
49, Marty Berke, Allentown, Pa., 3,194.
50, Robert Harvey, Boise, Idaho, 3,193.
51, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 3,191.
52, Tommy King, Oakdale, N.Y., 3,181.
53, Warren Burr, Wilmington, Del., 3,176.
54, a-James Hansen, Anchorage, Alaska, 3,175.
55, ss-Thomas Ream, Tampa, Fla., 3,173.
56, Larry Barwick, Wauchula, Fla., 3,172.
57, Terry Metzner, Kentwood, Mich., 3,169.
58, ss-Lucien Casagrande, Canada, 3,158.
59, ss-James Knoblauch, Waukesa, Wis., 3,154.
60, ss-Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 3,153.
61, (tie) ss-a-Joe Barna, Plantation ,Fla., and John Conroy, Mahopac, N.Y., 3,149.
63, William Peters, Dayton, Ohio, 3,141.
64, ss-Steve Stein, Staten Island, N.Y., 3,130.
65, ss-William Banks, Laurel Hill, N.C., 3,127.
66, ss-Roger Kossert, Lithia, Fla., 3,115.
67, ss-Larry Montgomery, Safety Harbor, Fla., 3,111.
68, Jeff Schrum, Cherryville, N.C., 3,101.
69, Randy Robertson, Evansville, Ind., 3,082.
70, Garry Blanton, Owensboro, Ky., 3,078.
71, ss-Edgar Gomez, Colombia, 3,076.
72, Larry Woomer, State College, Pa., 3,073.
73, John Burkett, Southlake, Texas, 3,069.
74, ss-Mark Scime, Winter Garden, Fla., 3,067.
75, ss-William Keenan Jr., Orlando, Fla., 3,063.
76, ss-Larry Graybeal, Elizabethton, Tenn., 3,060.
77, a-Lucy Sandelin, Tampa, Fla., 3,053.
78, Brian Cooper, Henderson, Nev., 3,043.
79, ss-Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3,036.
80, Tom Howison, Chillicothe, Ohio, 3,034.
81, Paul LeMond, Jasper, Ind., 3,021.
82, ss-Tommy Brodowski, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 3,018.
83, Glen Nakagawa, Highland Village, Texas, 3,007.
84, ss-Steve Bova, Massapequa, N.Y., 2,984.
85, ss-Dave Bernhardt, Romeo, Mich., 2,971.
86, ss-Bob Kelly, Dayton, Ohio, 2,969.
87, Gene Morrison, Spring Lake, N.C., 2,961.
88, ss-Michael Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 2,945.
89, ss-James Souder, Greeneville, Tenn, 2,933.
90, ss-a-Frank Barnett, New Port Richey, Fla., 2,932.
91, ss-Ron Glick, Morganville, N.J., 2,911.
92, ss-Barry Warshafsky, Peabody, Mass., 2,897.
93, ss-Sam Perrotta, Newark, Del., 2,879.
94, Michael Owen, Gainesville, Fla., 2,861.
95, ss-Dave Schultz, Jackson, Wis., 2,858.
96, Steve Petroff, Concord, N.C., 2,850.
97, a-Charles Brush, Pinellas Park, Fla., 2,849.
98, ss-Larry Williams, St. Augustine, Fla., 2,833.
99, ss-Don Torok, South Bend, Ind., 2,810.
100, ss-Dan Howsmon, Lutz, Fla., 2,800.
101, ss-George Lord, Lakeland, Fla., 2,779.
102, ss-Steven Banks, Leesburg, Va., 2,751.
103, ss-William Elvery Mines, New Brunswick, N.J., 2,747.
104, Jim Hutchinson, Ludlow Falls, Ohio, 2,745.
105, ss-Ken Waters, Kingsport, Tenn., 2,744.
106, ss-Patsy DellaPenna, Palm Harbor, Fla., 2,740.
107, a-Rick Johnson, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 2,720.
108, ss-Peter Brainard, Tampa, Fla., 2,717.
109, ss-Michael Truitt, New Port Richey, Fla., 2,702.
110, a-William Medina, Whites Creek, Tenn., 2,645.
111, ss-Jim Lesiuk, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., 2,615.
112, ss-Lew Elting, Carlsbad, Calif., 2,581.
113, a-Mike Jakubowski, Oak Creek, Wis., 2,522.
114, a-Ken Fishman, Lutz, Fla., 2,576.
115, a-Stan Sprow, Lakeland, Fla., 1,686.
116, Rich Kleinman, Reno, Nev., 1,504.

a-denotes amateur

ss-denotes PBA60 players ages 60 and over

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