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This time, a trip 2-pin means victory for Sean Rash, as he takes 2020 PBA Cheetah Championship

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Sunday, October 4, 2020 9:00 pm
Sean Rash exults after winning the 2020 Go Bowling PBA Cheetah Championship. Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
Back on Jan. 27, 2019, Sean Rash lost one of the most bizarre title matches in PBA Tour history, 201-200 to Dick Allen when Rash missed a 10-pin in the 10th frame, and Allen then rolled the 2-pin, carried a mixer strike, and punched the face for a 3-6 to take the PBA Lubbock Sports Open. In perhaps a bit of cosmic evening out, trip 2-pins in the 8th and 10th frame proved decisive as Rash won the 2020 PBA Cheetah Championship title match 229-215 over E.J. Tackett in a match that aired...