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The 11th Frame: Brian Voss survives Harry Sullins in nail-biter of a title match to win PBA60 David Small's JAX 60 National Championship

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Monday, August 5, 2019 8:00 pm

Brian Voss holding his trophy for winning the PBA60 David Small’s JAX 60 National Championship with host proprietor David Small, behind and left of Voss, and members of the center's staff and Mel Wolf's family. Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
One thing about bowling on a house shot or close to it: you can never have enough strikes. The PBA60 David Small’s JAX 60 National Championship was contested on the Chris Paul 42 lane pattern, which essentially is a house shot with 25.76 mL of oil and a main ratio of 8-1, so my lead applies. And Brian Voss and Harry Sullins proved that in the title match, a 264-256 nail-biter won by Voss. Voss started with eight strikes, but after starting with a strike and a pocket 7-10 for an open,...

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