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The 11th Frame: Fresh off winning first PBA Tour title, B.J. Moore leads qualifying at PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Saturday, August 17, 2019 11:00 pm

B.J. Moore led Saturday's qualifying at the PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic. Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
Just three days after winning his first PBA Tour title, B.J. Moore led Saturday’s qualifying of the PBA Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic at Mid-County Bowling and Entertainment Center in Middletown, Delaware. Moore rolled games of 225, 229, 298, 267, 215, 259 and 204 for a 7-game total of 1,697 and 72-pin lead over the 1,625 of A.J. Johnson, who arguably may be the best player without a PBA Tour title, a title Moore arguably had before winning the PBA Wilmington Open on Wednesday....

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