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Lefty John Marsala leads qualifying at 2021 PBA50 Bud Moore Classic, 74-year-old Ben Hoefs in fourth as he seeks PBA history

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Monday, May 10, 2021 5:00 pm
John Marsala won his first PBA title of any kind when he won the PBA50 Dave Small’s Championship Lanes Classic on Tuesday night. Photo by PBA.
Left-hander John Marsala grabbed the lead after Monday’s second round of qualifying at the 2021 PBA50 Bud Moore Classic, but 74-year-old Ben Hoefs put himself in solid position to make a run at PBA history on Wednesday. Hoefs, a Wisconsin Bowling Hall of Famer who is in fourth place, could crush Jim Brenner’s record for oldest to win a PBA50 Tour title: Brenner, a smooth right-hander from LeClaire, Iowa, was 67 when he won the PBA Senior Epicenter Classic in Klamath Falls, Oregon...