Thursday, April 1, 2010

The Best Are Meeting the Challange

Mike Wolfe almost broke a PBA record by shooting 2,338 and averaging 259.78 for nine games in the opening round on the Cheetah. Sean Rash was only seven pins behind. Walter Ray Williams Jr holds the high nine game total of 2,367 which he bowled in 2004.

Wes Malott led the second round on the Shark pattern with a 246 average and vaulted into the overall lead, which he still holds after bowling seven games on the Viper. He's glad to be bowling this week after having to stay home last week to care for his ailing wife and son, and I'm glad to see him back in impressive action.

Here are the top 10 after 25 games:

1. Wes Malott
2. Chris Barnes
3. Brad Angelo
4. Sean Rash
5. Stevie Weber
6. Mika Koivuniemi
7. Tommy Jones
8. Dave D'Entremont
9. Walter Ray Williams Jr
10. Robert Smith

And lest any of you rabid Jason Belmonte fans be worried, Belmo is hanging in there in 22nd place.

The next round is about to begin and will be streamed live with commentary on PBA Xtra Frame. It will be bowled on the Chameleon pattern.

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