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The 11th Frame: Sean Rash leads after second round of USBC Masters as scoring pace slows

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 8:30 pm

Sean Rash grabbed the lead as the scoring pace slowed in Wednesday's second round of the United States Bowling Congress Masters. Photo by USBC.
Sean Rash grabbed the lead as the scoring pace slowed in Wednesday's second round of the United States Bowling Congress Masters — just as Chris Barnes predicted after the first round. Social media showed more than a few people expressing dismay at the first-round scoring pace, which featured nine players averaging at least 240 and the cut spot of 63rd in the 468-player field at 1,093 despite a lane pattern with a 1.9-1 ratio. Of course, when are bowlers ever satisfied with scores and...

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