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The 11th Frame: Record scores at State Tournament not voodoo, but work of Bowling Voodoo and proof of power of topography

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Friday, May 10, 2019 8:00 am

Brad Mezo, top, of Bowling Voodoo, working with Ted Skrzynecki of the Greater Toledo (Ohio) USBC checking the topography of a lane. Photo courtesy of Bowling Voodoo.
If anyone was thinking topography was important only for high-level bowling on tough lane patterns, the 2019 Wisconsin State USBC Bowling Association Championships — aka the State Tournament — at Dale’s Weston Lanes should have changed their minds. Actually, anyone who read the never-before-told story of how topography was behind the huge scores at the 1989 ABC Tournament already knew that. And years before I wrote that story, I wrote about the eye-opening experience of...

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