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The 11th Frame: PBA50 Sun Bowl shows again that given enough games, the cream rises to the top

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 10:00 pm

Walter Ray Williams Jr. won his fifth PBA50 title 276-216 over Amleton Monacelli, using a different ball on each lane in the title match of the PBA50 Sun Bowl in The Villages presented by Hammer tournament. Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
I’ve always maintained that even on the easiest house shot, the cream always rises to the top if given enough games. The PBA Cheetah pattern is the softest and highest scoring PBA pattern, but it’s still no house shot. So it shouldn’t be surprising that in a record-setting PBA50 Tour event on Cheetah, the four-man stepladder finals featured Hall of Famers Amleto Monacelli, Walter Ray Williams Jr. and Pete Weber, and USBC Eagle winner and long-time standout Bo Goergen. The...

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