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The 11th Frame: Cream rises to top on brutal Bear pattern at PBA Milwaukee Open

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 10:00 pm

Hall of Famer Pete Weber won his first seven matches Wednesday night to move up from fifth starting the round to on top at the Lucas Oil PBA Milwaukee Open. Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
Logically, the harder the conditions, the bigger advantage there is for the best shotmakers. That was exactly the case Wednesday at AMF Bowlero as the Lucas Oil PBA Milwaukee Open moved into the cashers round and first round of round-robin match play, both on the brutal, 40-foot flat Bear pattern. When Wednesday’s 13 games were completed — making 43 total for the Milwaukee Open — Hall of Famer Pete Weber was on top, followed by future Hall of Famer Chris Barnes and a host of...

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