PBA50 Tour Veteran Ted Staikoff Named 2017 PBA50 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award Winner

by Jerry Schneider September 11, 2017 09:34

Ted Staikoff of Black Hawk, S.D., a competitor on the PBA50 Tour for 20 seasons, was selected by his fellow competitors as the winner of the 2017 PBA50 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award.

“When John (PBA50 Tour Director John Weber) called to tell me I won the award, I said, are you kidding?,” a surprised Staikoff said. “It’s quite an honor to receive an award with that name on it—probably the top honor of my career.”

Staikoff, who will turn 70 in November, is still competitive on the tour for players 50 and older. In 2017, he had a best finish of 11th in the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open, matching his previous best finish in a major (2007 Senior U.S. Open). His career-best finish overall is fourth which he accomplished twice in 2004.

Ted Staikoff - Copy - Copy“I feel like I’m bowling better now than when I was younger,” said Staikoff, who is a retired lieutenant colonel in the South Dakota Army National Guard. “What makes it special for me is to see the great young bowlers – or young-old bowlers as I call them – come out to bowl on the senior tour and then have the opportunity to bowl against them.”

Staikoff got off to a slow start this season with finishes of 110th and 130th in the first two tournaments but thanks to some help from fellow competitors Bob Learn Jr. and Tom Carter, was able to turn his season around.

“Another thing that makes it so enjoyable to bowl out here is the help you get from the other guys,” he said. “Bob and Tom noticed that I needed to get the ball down on the lane sooner and stop muscling the ball. They found a problem with my arm swing and worked with me to correct it, and as a result I had some better finishes later in the season.”

In addition to his 11th-place Senior U.S. Open finish, Staikoff also finished 14th in the PBA50 South Shore Open in Hammond, Ind. He also finished 11th in the Super Senior Classic for players 60 and older.

“As long as I’m competitive I’ll keep going,” said the two-time PBA50 regional winner. “It’s an opportunity to bowl against some great bowlers and make a lot of friends along the way and you can’t ask for much more than that.”

The Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award is named after the late PBA Hall of Fame legend, who won 30 PBA Tour and six PBA50 Tour titles among his many accomplishments in the sport.

History of PBA50 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award Winners

2017 – Ted Staikoff

2016 – Kerry Fulford

2015 - Tom Carter

2014 - Chris Keane

2013 - Robert Harvey

2012 - Dave Soutar

2011 - Ray Randall

2010 - Robert Harvey

2009 - Larry Graybeal

2008 - Fred Baldwin

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Journey to PBA50 Player of the Year Became a Nail-Biter for Brian LeClair

by Jerry Schneider August 17, 2017 08:22

For Brian LeClair, the quest to winning 2017 PBA50 Player of the Year honors, turned from a relatively sure thing into one of those “I can’t bear to watch” moments that characterized his earlier PBA Tour career.

LeClair, the 2017 season’s only two-time winner, held off challenges by two of the PBA’s all-time greats – Norm Duke and Parker Bohn III – who took the PBA50 Player of the Year race into the stepladder finals of the DeHayes Insurance Group Championship presented by Pro Bowl West and Ebonite in Fort Wayne, Ind., the final PBA50 Tour event of the season.

“I honestly thought they were going to do it,” LeClair said, referring to Duke and Bohn’s late-season challenge for the crown. “I thought the handwriting was on the wall for another disappointment in my career. I didn’t even stay for the finals to find out what happened.”

LeClair, who lives in Delmar, N.Y., spent nearly two decades competing regularly on the PBA Tour without a win but his lengthy career was finally rewarded when he won PBA50 Player of the Year honors on the strength of his wins in the Pasco County Florida Open and Johnny Petraglia BVL Open presented by Brunswick, and a runner-up finish in the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open presented by Storm.

“The best thing about it is I finally have my name on something,” LeClair said. “I’m just as happy for my friends and family who supported me because I think they wanted it as bad as I did.”

Heading into the DeHayes Insurance Group Championship, LeClair held a substantial lead in player of the year points but because of the PBA50’s point structure which awards points for both qualifying and final finishing position, Bohn and Duke still had a chance to catch LeClair. It was a tall order for the pair of hall of famers because one-or-the-other needed to win and qualify either first or second. If Bohn had won, LeClair would have to finish second to clinch POY. If Duke had won, LeClair would have had to finish third.

LeClair left the door open when he finished seventh in the tournament and 19th in qualifying. But in the end, Bohn finished fourth, losing to Duke in the second stepladder match, 224-217, and Duke’s chances were then dashed when he lost to fellow hall of famer Pete Weber in the title match, 279-255.

“I was concerned heading into Fort Wayne because I was going to have to make the show at a center I really didn’t have a good handle on if I wanted to clinch it,” LeClair said. “Every time I bowled (in Fort Wayne) it seemed like I would come out of the gate just killing it in every round but then I’d lose it in the middle of the round. I could never figure it out.”

Competing on the PBA50 Tour has resulted in a resurgence of LeClair’s career. A big weight was lifted off his shoulders in his rookie season in 2015 when he won his first PBA national title in the PBA50 Fountain Valley Open. He had another quality season in 2016, without a title, but he was back in the winner’s circle right away in 2017.

“What makes winning (PBA50) player of the year so rewarding was doing it an era when so many of bowling’s all-time greats are competing,” said LeClair, who now owns three PBA50 Tour titles. “Just look at the finals in Fort Wayne as an example – Pete, Norm, Parker, Walter Ray (Williams Jr.) and Amleto (Monacelli) – and then all the other great bowlers who bowl week-in and week-out. I think that’s what means the most to me.”

Five-time PBA Tour winner Michael Haugen Jr. of Phoenix earned PBA50 Rookie of the Year honors. Haugen won the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open defeating LeClair, 173-158, in the title match. He had three other top-five finishes including a third in the PBA50 Players Championship.

Ron Mohr of Las Vegas successfully defended his PBA60 Player of the Year crown, winning the PBA50 South Shore Open for his first win against the 50-and-older generation in five years as well as winning USBC’s Super Senior Classic for 60-and-older players. He had three other PBA50 top-five finishes during the season and a second in the PBA60 Killer ‘B’ Open.

Finishing in the top eight in PBA50 competition points were LeClair, Duke, Bohn, Bob Learn Jr., Williams, Haugen, Monacelli and Mohr who earned the opportunity to compete in the PBA50 Challenge which will be held in conjunction with GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling IX presented by Eldorado Reno Properties this November in Reno, Nev. All eight also earned paid entries into WSOB IX.

PBA50 players will vote on the Dick Weber Sportsmanship award at a later date.

For complete PBA50 stats click on https://www.pba.com/SeasonStats/Points/106

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Darryl Bower Throws Last Six Strikes in Title Match to Win PBA60 Dick Weber Championship

by Jerry Schneider August 12, 2017 12:01

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Darryl Bower of Middletown, Pa., threw the last six strikes in the championship match to win the PBA60 Dick Weber Championship presented by Hammer Saturday at Pro Bowl West for his first PBA60 national title.

Bower defeated the stepladder finals’ top qualifier Dave Axon of Bellevue, Neb., 255-208, to win the last of three PBA60 events for players 60 and older during the season.

Bower, a 61-year-old bowling proprietor, held a commanding lead until the sixth frame when he left the 4-6-7 split opening the door for Axon who was trying for his first national title. But then Bower made a small adjustment which enabled him to put the string of strikes together to seal the match.

“Being able to throw the ball straight and fairly slow allowed me to repeat shots,” Bower said. “I had that one bad shot in the sixth frame but I made a small adjustment by moving my feet to the left on the approach and that’s all I needed to get the ball back to the pocket.”

The win was Bower’s second national PBA title. He won the PBA Tour’s 1985 PBA True Value Open which was held in Indianapolis.

“Indiana has been good to me,” said Bower. “My PBA Tour win came in Indianapolis and now I’ve got a senior win here in Fort Wayne. I’m looking forward to coming back.”

Bower’s best finish on the PBA50 Tour was fifth in the 2012 PBA50 Senior Dayton Classic.

Bower, who qualified third for the finals, defeated No. 5 qualifier Hugh Miller of Mercer Island, Wash., 280-192, in the second stepladder match before advancing to the semi-final where he beat 2008 USBC Senior Masters winner Kenny Parks of Hammond, Ind., 234-206.

Miller, a seven-time PBA Tour and three-time PBA50 Tour winner, posted an 11-1 match play record to make it to the finals.

In the opening match, Miller beat three-time PBA Tour and two-time PBA50 Tour winner Charlie Tapp of Kalamazoo, Mich., 222-193.

The winner of the two previous PBA60 events this season were PBA Hall of Famer and four-time PBA50 Tour Player of the Year Tom Baker who won the season-opening PBA60 Killer ‘B’ Open and two-time PBA50 Player of the Year and reigning PBA60 Player of the Year Ron Mohr, who won the Super Senior Classic.


presented by Hammer
Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Saturday

Final Standings:

1, Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., $7,500.

2, Dave Axon, Bellevue, Neb., $4,000.

3, Kenny Parks, Hammond, Ind., $2,500.

4, Hugh Miller, Mercer Island, Wash., $2,000.

5, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., $1,750.

Stepladder Results:

Match One – Miller def. Tapp, 222-193.

Match Two – Bower def. Miller, 280-192.

Semi-final Match – Bower def. Parks, 234-206.

Championship Match – Bower def. Axon – 255-208.

Fourth Round

(After 24 games. Includes match play record and overall pinfall total including bonus pins. Top five advance to stepladder finals)

1, David Axon, Bellevue, Neb., 9-3, 5,918.
2, Kenny Parks, Hammond, Ind., 9-3, 5,891.
3, Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 8-4, 5,846.
4, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 8-4, 5,717.
5, Hugh Miller, Mercer Island, Wash., 11-1, 5,709.
6, n-Henry Dawson, Elma, Wash., 9-3, 5,679, $1,600.
7, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 7-5, 5,666, $1,550.
8, Bill Nichols, Bella Vista, Ark., 5-7, 5,660, $1,500.
9, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 7-5, 5,644, $1,450.
10, Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 9-3, 5,640, $1,425.
11, n-Leroy Johnson, Chicago, 7-5, 5,633, $1,400.
12, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 7-5, 5,625, $1,375.
13, Ed Roberts, Braintree, Mass., 3-8-1, 5,579, $1,350.
14, Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 4-7-1, 5,573, $1,325.
15, Raymond Scrivens, Jr., Athens, Pa., 7-5, 5,549, $1,300.
16, Don Sylvia, Daytona Beach, Fla., 7-5, 5,541, $1,275.
17, Marc Lineberry, Camanche, Iowa, 5-7, 5,486, $1,250.
18, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 7-5, 5,460, $1,225.
19, Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 6-6, 5,456, $1,210.
20, James Storts, Westfield, Ind., 6-6, 5,444, $1,200.
21, Greg McMahan, Dandridge, Tenn., 5-7, 5,412, $1,190.
22, Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., 5-7, 5,406, $1,180.
23, n-Ed Austreng, Waterford, Mich., 6-5-1, 5,387, $1,170.
24, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3-9, 5,383, $1,160.
25, Ray Johnson, Battle Creek, Mich., 5-7, 5,376, $1,150.
26, Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., 4-8, 5,352, $1,140.
27, John Parry, Oak Park, Calif., 5-7, 5,328, $1,130.
28, (tie) n-Fred McClain, Allen Park, Mich., 5-6-1, 5,266, and n-Mitchell Jabczenski, Novi, Mich., 2-10, 5,266, $1,118.
30, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 3-9, 5,206, $1,110.
31, Chris Fedden, Albany, N.Y., 4-8, 5,135, $1,105.
32, Dale Eagle, Twin Falls, Idaho, 2-10, 5,029, $1,100.

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Charlie Tapp Averages 240 to Take First Round Lead In PBA60 Dick Weber Championship

by Jerry Schneider August 10, 2017 18:19

FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Charlie Tapp, a three-time winner in a 12-year career on the PBA Tour, averaged 240 to lead the first round of the PBA60 Dick Weber Championship presented by Hammer Thursday at Pro Bowl West.

The 66-year-old Tapp, of Kalamazoo, Mich., bowled a 1,442 six-game pinfall total with games of 224, 279, 287, 190, 237 and 225 to lead the field of 106 players 60 and older.

“I prepared pretty well for this tournament,” said Tapp, who works as a sales rep for a bowling distributor and is head coach for the Aquinas College bowling team. “I practiced pretty intensely for about four weeks and even took some lessons to get ready for it.

“It kind of felt like old times out there today,” he added. “I had a good ball reaction and I was reading the lanes real well so I’m pretty happy. In the 190 game, I had a couple splits and chopped a spare but otherwise everything was good.”

Tapp, who also owns two PBA50 Tour titles, competed on the PBA Tour from 1979-1991.

Tapp holds a narrow two-pin lead over 2006 USBC Senior Masters champion Kenny Parks of Hammond, Ind., in second with a 1,440 pinfall. Rounding out the top five are Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 1,422; Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., 1,404, and Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 1,401.

The Dick Weber Championship is the last of three events limited to players 60 and over this season. Four-time PBA50 Player of the Year Tom Baker won the PBA60 Killer ‘B’ Open and two-time PBA50 Player of the Year Ron Mohr won the USBC Super Senior Classic.

Mohr, a Fort Wayne native who clinched his second consecutive PBA60 Player of the Year crown, is not competing in the Dick Weber Championship because he is traveling to Munich, Germany to compete in the World Senior Championships Aug. 13-20.

Competition continues with second round qualifying Friday beginning at 11 a.m. EDT with a cut to the top 32 players for match play at 5 p.m. The second match play round begins Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. which will determine the top five for the stepladder finals at noon.

Fans can catch all the action on PBA’s online bowling channel Xtra Frame. For subscription and schedule information visit www.xtraframe.tv. In addition to following the action on pba.com, Apple users can download the new PBA app, available through the Apple App store, to access live scoring.


Presented by Hammer

Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Thursday

First Round (After six games)

1, Charlie Tapp, Kalamazoo, Mich., 1,442.
2, Kenny Parks, Hammond, Ind., 1,440.
3, Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., 1,422.
4, Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., 1,404.
5, Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 1,401.
6, Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., 1,391.
7, Ray Johnson, Battle Creek, Mich., 1,385.
8, Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 1,384.
9, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 1,378.
10, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 1,369.
11, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 1,367.
12, (tie) Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio and Bill Nichols, Bella Vista, Ark., 1,364.
14, n-Henry Dawson, Elma, Was., 1,362.
15, n-Leroy Johnson, Chicago, 1,360.
16, James Storts, Westfield, Ind., 1,351.
17, John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 1,350.
18, David Axon, Bellevue, Neb., 1,349.
19, n-Fred McClain, Allen Park, Mich., 1,346.
20, Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 1,336.
21, Toby Contreras, Lee's Summit, Mo., 1,333.
22, n-Ron Burgess, Plymouth, Mich., 1,328.
23, Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 1,324.
24, (tie) n-Ed Austreng, Waterford, Mich., and Dale Eagle, Twin Falls, Idaho, 1,313.
26, Greg McMahan, Dandridge, Tenn., 1,311.
27, John Parry, Oak Park, Calif., 1,305.
28, Lew Elting, Carlsbad, Calif., 1,304.
29, Mike Moore, Marietta, Ohio, 1,303.
30, Harv Pallas, Stevensville, Mich., 1,302.
31, Bob Caruso, Dayton, N.J., 1,301.
32, Ross McDonald, Clarksville, Md., 1,300.
33, Raymond Scrivens, Jr., Athens, Pa., 1,298.
34, n-Peter Minaudo, Chesterfield, Mich., 1,294.
34, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 1,294.
36, Ed Roberts, Braintree, Mass., 1,292.
37, Richard Hunt, Valparaiso, Ind., 1,289.
38, Curtis Aemisegger, Wauconda, Ill., 1,286.
39, Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 1,284.
40, James Knoblauch, Waukesha, Wis., 1,282.
41, n-Mitchell Jabczenski, Novi, Mich., 1,281.
42, Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 1,274.
43, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 1,272.
44, Don Sylvia, Daytona Beach, Fla., 1,267.
45, Tim Pierce, Portland, Ore., 1,265.
46, George Miller III, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1,263.
47, Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., 1,261.
48, n-Michael Chapman, Garden City, Mich., 1,256.
49, Vince Honeycutt, Franklin, N.C., 1,255.
50, Steven Jansson, Barnes, Wisc., 1,253.
51, Phillip Moros, Lombard, Ill., 1,251.
52, (tie) Tom Howison, Chillicothe, Ohio, and Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 1,243.
54, n-Gary Kinyon, Lockport, N.Y., 1,242.
54, Robert Donovan, Prattsville, N.Y., 1,242.
56, Rich Giragosian, Charlotte, N.C., 1,241.
57, -n-Robert Reeder Jr., Bellefonte, Pa., 1,238.
58, Michael James, Grafton, Neb., 1,237.
58, Hugh Miller, Mercer Island, Wash., 1,237.
60, Marc Lineberry, Camanche, Iowa, 1,236.
61, Mark Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 1,227.
62, n-Jim Lauricella, Sterling Hts., Mich., 1,226.
63, Chris Fedden, Albany, N.Y., 1,224.
64, Gary Simon, Bridgeport, W.Va., 1,219.
65, Charlie Tomey, Spartanburg, S.C., 1,217.
66, Steve Stein, Staten Island, N.Y., 1,215.
67, n-Joseph Woznicki, Lakeland, Fla., 1,209.
68, Emilio Mora Sr., Defiance, Ohio, 1,208.
69, Dave Bernhardt, Romeo, Mich., 1,207.
70, Dale Traber, Cedarburg, Wis., 1,205.
71, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 1,201.
72, (tie) n-Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio, and Charlie Gadd, Lake Worth, Fla., 1,199.
74, (tie) Jim Heintz, St. Charles, Mo., and Mike Walden, Stony Point, N.Y., 1,198.
76, n-Bob Shank, Fort Wayne, Ind., 1,194.
77, n-Louis Sturm, Canada, 1,189.
78, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 1,184.
79, Chris Patton, Park City, Utah, 1,177.
80, Bill Hewlett, Las Vegas, 1,169.
81, Mike Schmid, St. Paul, Minn., 1,166.
81, Tommy Brodowski, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1,166.
83, (tie) James Hutchinson, Ludlow Falls, Ohio, and Dan Dicus, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1,164.
85, (tie) n-Dick Selgo, Archbold, Ohio, and n-Daniel Mayer, Fort Wayne, Ind., 1,163.
87, Larry Zacharias, Plainfield, Ill., 1,160.
88, (tie) Robert Davis, Annapolis, Md. and Roland Wright, Christianburg, Va., 1,154.
90, John Younger, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1,151.
91, Ken Ball, Avon, N.Y., 1,148.
92, Steven Banks, Leesburg, Va., 1,140.
93, n-Andrew Bizub, Huber Heights, Ohio, 1,129.
94, Don Lane, San Francisco, 1,120.
95, n-John Henry Jr., Fort Wayne, Ind., 1,117.
96, Daniel Seppa, Madison, Wis., 1,115.
97, Bob Heath Sr., Grand Junction, Iowa, 1,114.
98, ss-n-Gerry Loudin, Bridgeport, W.Va., 1,110.
99, ss-William Banks, Laurel Hill, N.C., 1,103.
100, n-Carleton Turley, Huntingtow, Md., 1,088.
101, Dale Holgate, Peninsula, Ohio, 1,087.
102, James Souder, Greeneville, Tenn., 1,070.
103, Jim Dilyard, Burbank, Ohio, 1,034.
104, Ronald Reitzel, Perrysburg, Ohio, 1,002.
105, Bruce Siegel, Highland Park, Ill., 991.
106, Allen Meskan, Addison, Ill., 988.


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Parker Bohn III Notches Another Dominating Qualifying Performance as PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship Second Round Leader

by Jerry Schneider August 7, 2017 16:26

FORT WAYNE, Ind. - PBA Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III bowled a 300 and 299 game back-to-back, and averaged 246 in the second round of the PBA50 DeHayes Insurance Group Championship presented by Pro Bowl West and Ebonite Monday, to lead qualifying and keep his hopes alive to win PBA50 Player of the Year.

After finishing Sunday’s first round in sixth with a 1,837 eight-game pinfall total, Bohn bowled 1,969 with games of 222, 227, 247, 246, 185, 243, 300 and 299 in the second round at Pro Bowl West heading into Tuesday’s match play rounds. A stubborn 7 pin on the final ball of the 10th frame of the last game prevented his bid for back-to-back perfect games.

“Everything was going great (in the round) except for that fifth game,” Bohn said. “I couldn’t figure out the left lane on that pair but I struck every time on the right lane. After that game I stayed with the same ball and just adjusted my delivery so that I got more forward roll on the ball and I was back on track.”

Bohn led qualifying by 131 pins with a 3,806 16-game qualifying pinfall over fellow hall of famer Brian Voss who finished qualifying in second with 3,675.

It was another dominating qualifying performance for Bohn who led qualifying by 312 pins on his way to winning last week’s Dave Small’s Championship Lanes Classic for his first win of the season.

Brian LeClair of Delmar, N.Y., who advanced to match play by qualifying 19th with a 3,529 pinfall, holds the player of the year point lead but since points are awarded for both qualifying and final finishing position, Bohn still has a chance for the title but must win. If Bohn wins, LeClair would have to finish second to clinch player of the year honors meaning those two players would face off in the championship stepladder match given that scenario.

“Realistically, I’m out here to win and then we’ll see where the pieces fall—we’ll just have to see how it all unfolds,” Bohn said. “Brian has had a great year and there’s a lot of work to be done, but if that door opens for me I’ll certainly take advantage of the opportunity.”

PBA Hall of Famer Norm Duke, who qualified 11th for Tuesday’s match play with 3,585, is in third in player of the year points and can also take the crown with a win. Should Duke win, LeClair would have to finish third to clinch the title.

The top 24 players will advanced to Tuesday’s match play rounds with eight additional players advancing to match play after a cashers’ round Tuesday morning. After match play, the top five players will advance to the stepladder finals at 7 p.m. EDT.

Rounding out the top five after qualifying were Rick Francis, Linden, Calif., 3,670; Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 3,663, and hall of famer Walter Ray Williams Jr., 3,652.

Tuesday’s action will be streamed live via PBA’s online bowling channel Xtra Frame. For subscription and schedule information visit www.xtraframe.tv. In addition to following the action on pba.com, Apple users can download the new PBA app, available through the Apple App store, to access live scoring.


Presented by Pro Bowl West and Ebonite

Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Monday

Second Round (After 16 games. Top 24 advance to match play. Players 25th-40th plus eight PBA60 players advance to cashers’ round to determine eight additional match play spots)

1, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 3,806.
2, Brian Voss, Centennial, Colo., 3,675.
3, Rick Francis, Linden, Calif., 3,670.
4, Mike Dias, Lafayette, Colo., 3,663.
5, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 3,652.
6, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 3,640.
7, Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 3,632.
8, Brian Kretzer, Dayton, Ohio, 3,624.
9, Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix, 3,619.
10, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 3,594.
11, Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 3,585.
12, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 3,579.
13, John Burkett, Southlake, Texas, 3,578.
14, Kenny Parks, Hammond, Ind., 3,572.
15, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 3,552.
16, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 3,550.
17, Mark Sullivan, Indianapolis, 3,544.
18, Bryan Goebel, Shawnee, Kan., 3,539.
19, Brian LeClair, Delmar, N.Y., 3,529.
20, Patrick Shipley, Spring Valley, Calif., 3,513.
21, Sammy Ventura, Syracuse, N.Y., 3,510.
22, Toby Contreras, Lee's Summit, Mo., 3,503.
23, (tie) Darryl Bower, Middletown, Pa., and Gary Alstott, Washington, Ill., 3,488.
25, David Axon, Bellevue, Neb., 3,476.
26, Lennie Boresch Jr., Kenosha, Wis., 3,466.
27, Eddie Graham, Centerville, Ohio, 3,464.
28, Hugh Miller, Mercer Island, Wash., 3,454.
29, Larry Verble, Mason, Mich., 3,451.
30, Christopher Keane, Cape Coral, Fla., 3,450.
31, Rick Zakrajsek, Lorain, Ohio, 3,429.
32, Greg McDaniel, Kimball, Neb., 3,413.
33, John Brockland, St. Charles, Mo., 3,407.
34, John Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 3,406.
35, (tie) Harry Sullins, Chesterfield Twp., Mich., and Tony Johnson, Canton, Ohio, 3,398.
37, Gary Schluchter, Femont, Ohio, 3,390.
38, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 3,385.
39, Scott Greiner, Platte City, Mo., 3,384.
40, Bill Nichols, Bella Vista, Ark., 3,375.
41, Brian Cooper, Henderson, Nev., 3,373.
42, Timothy Regan, East Northport, N.Y., 3,372.
43, ss-Tom Carter, Columbus, Ohio, 3,369.
44, ss-John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 3,363.
45, ss-Tom Baker, King, N.C., 3,358.
46, Robert Leonard Sr, Lockwood, N.Y., 3,351.
47, Ernie Segura Jr., Taylor, Mich., 3,338.
48, Todd Kjell, Roscoe, Ill., 3,326.
49, ss-Warren Nelson, Hemet, Calif., 3,324.
50, Jimmy Jean, Kathleen, Ga., 3,323.
51, Scott Sustar, Medina, Ohio, 3,312.
51, n-John Thompson, Sarasota, Fla., 3,312.
53, (tie) Billy Froberg, St Joseph, Mich., and ss-Dave Bernhardt, Romeo, Mich., 3,306.
55, Joe Scarborough, Charlotte, N.C., 3,299.
56, Bo Goergen, Sanford, Mich., 3,298.
57, Conn Casey, Canada, 3,295.
58, ss-Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 3,288.
59, Mike Keough, Stockton, Calif., 3,285.
60, Jeffery Johnson, Freeport, Ill., 3,263.
61, ss-Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 3,262.
62, (tie) ss-Mark Everette, Aliquippa, Pa., and ss-Brian Miller, Springfield, Ohio, 3,258.

(Everette won one-game roll-off 226-189 for final cashers’ round spot)
64, John Kidwell, Indianapolis, Ind., 3,252.
65, Don Sylvia, Daytona Beach, Fla., 3,249.
66, Don Herrington, Ballston Lake, N.Y., 3,245.
67, (tie) Keith Lesko, Chicago, and Steve Stein, Staten Island, N.Y., 3,243.
69, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 3,239.
70, (tie) Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., and Lew Elting, Carlsbad, Calif., 3,237.
72, n-John Chapman, Canada, 3,224.
73, William Banks, Laurel Hill, N.C., 3,221.
74, Tommy Brodowski, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 3,209.
75, n-Mike Boogren, Bloomington, Ill., 3,205.
76, Barry Clare, Bayside, N.Y., 3,203.
77, Glenn Morgan, Carson City, Nev., 3,202.
78, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3,200.
79, Emilio Mora Sr, Defiance, Ohio, 3,199.
80, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 3,198.
81, Terry Rohrer, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 3,193.
82, James Knoblauch, Waukesha, Wis., 3,185.
83, Chris Fedden, Albany, N.Y., 3,181.
84, Dale Eagle, Twin Falls, Idaho, 3,150.
85, Steven Jansson, Barnes, Wis., 3,143.
86, Charlie Gadd, Lake Worth, FL, 3,141.
87, Kevin Foley, Reno, Nev., 3,132.
88, (tie) James Storts, Westfield, Ind., and Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 3,124.
90, Paul Mielens, Menomonie, Wis., 3,114.
91, Richard Hunt, Valparaiso, Ind., 3,111.
92, Bill Hewlett, Las Vegas, 3,108.
93, n-Frank Lorenzini, Fort Wayne, Ind., 3,094.
94, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 3,092.
95, Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., 3,091.
96, Todd Saeger, Watertown, Wis., 3,084.
97, Chuck Richardson, The Villages, Fla., 3,083.
98, Tommy Martin, Millington, Tenn., 3,081.
99, n-John Henry Jr., Fort Wayne, Ind., 3,073.
100, David Rosengarten, Gardendale, Ala., 3,070.
101, Bill Sparks III, Canton, Ohio, 3,069.
102, Ross McDonald, Clarksville, Md., 3,066.
103, Mike Schmid, St. Paul, Minn., 3,059.
104, Warren Burr, Wilmington, Del., 3,048.
105, Robert Donovan, Prattsville, N.Y., 3,031.
106, Tom Howison, Chillicothe, Ohio, 3,029.
107, Raymond Scrivens, Jr., Athens, Pa., 3,026.
108, Steven Banks, Leesburg, Va., 2,986.
109, Mike Moore, Marietta, Ohio, 2,982.
110, n-William Helinski, Youngwood, Penn., 2,897.
111, Mike Watson, Grass Valley, Calif., 2,894.
112, n-Joseph Woznicki, Lakeland, Fla., 2,890.
113, James Souder, Greeneville, Tenn., 2,871.
114, Arthur O'connor, Middle Village, N.Y., 2,851.
115, Jim Pitts, Elmira, N.Y., 2,826.
116, Don Lane, San Francisco, 2,807.
117, Tim Pierce, Portland, Ore., 2,769.
118, Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., 2,140.
119, Danny Clark, New Palestine, Ind., 1,560.
120, Robert Michalojko, Pittsburgh, 1,510.
121, Gary Faulkner, Norfolk, Va., 1,430.


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