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The 11th Frame: Team USA tops team event heading into medal round, E.J. Tackett wins all-events gold at 2018 World Men's Championships

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Monday, December 3, 2018 8:00 am

Team USA at the 2018 World Men’s Championships, left to right: head coach Rod Ross, Kyle Troup, Andrew Anderson, E.J. Tackett, Tommy Jones, Jakob Butturff, Chris Barnes, and assistant coach Mark Baker. Photo by United States Bowling Congress.
The final round of team qualifying on Monday could not have gone much better than how it did for Team USA at the 2018 World Men’s Championships in Hong Kong. The U.S. entered the second 3-game round of qualifying in third and bowled solid games of 1,077, 1,074 and 1,031 to move to the top heading into Tuesday’s medal round. E.J. Tackett led Team USA on Monday with 682 (243-257-182) to win the all-events gold medal at 5,352 for 24 games (223 average), with Andrew Anderson taking...

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