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2014/10/31

 

 【PBA】 PBA League Draft

BROOKLYN STyLES Make Sean Rash No. 1 Pick in 2015 PBA League Draft
Pittsburgh Takes Wes Malott No. 2

Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., was the first of 40 players selected in the 2015 PBA League Draft, held Friday at South Point Bowling Plaza. Eight PBA League teams will compete for the Elias Cup in two days of competition at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine, March 28-29.

Draft order was determined by a random drawing. The BROOKLYN STyLES are managed by PBA Hall of Famer Johnny Petraglia, who was watching the draft along with a crowd at Bayside Bowl. Petraglia was represented at South Point by his son, John Petraglia Jr., who lives in Las Vegas.

“It’s an honor to be picked No. 1,” said Rash, who was re-united with his Brooklyn team and manager. “I’m looking forward to a great PBA League competition. We have a great team. We’re excited. We have great chemistry, and now we’ll see what happens.”

Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, who earned the No. 1 berth in the 2014 PBA World Championship finals a day earlier at South Point, was the first pick of the Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits’ manager Tim Mack.

With the third pick, L.A. X manager Andrew Cain selected Australian two-handed star and leading 2014 PBA Player of the Year candidate Jason Belmonte. Belmonte was L.A. X’s franchise player the previous two years of PBA League competition.

In the No. 4 position, the defending Elias Cup champion Silver Lake Atom Splitters’ manager Mark Baker picked Chris Barnes, keeping his top player on the Silver Lake roster for a third year.

Picking fifth, Philadelphia Hitmen manager Jason Couch selected 2013 PBA World Champion Dom Barrett of England.

In the sixth slot, the Barbasol Motown Muscle’s Del Ballard Jr. picked 2013 PBA Rookie of the Year E.J. Tackett of Huntington, Ind.

Dallas Strikers’ player-manager Norm Duke then selected Bill O’Neill of Langhorne, Pa.

The final first-round selection was PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo., picked by GEICO New York City WTT KingPins manager Carolyn Dorin-Ballard. By drafting Weber, Dorin-Ballard re-united the KingPins with their top player for the past two seasons. The KingPins won the inaugural Elias Cup in 2013. In the serpentine draft, which reversed the draft order for all subsequent rounds, Dorin-Ballard picked Mike Fagan of Fort Worth, Texas.

The 2015 PBA League competition will feature two days of Baker format team elimination matches with a combined championship match featuring singles, doubles, trio and Baker team contests to determine the Elias Cup winner. All rounds of the PBA League will air on ESPN on a tape-delayed basis.

A special Maine Event Shootout, a match play singles event offering a PBA Tour title, will be held on Monday, March 30, at Bayside Bowl and covered live on PBA’s online bowling channel, Xtra Frame. All players who were eligible for the draft will be invited to participate in the Maine Event Shootout.


 

2014/10/30

 

Wes Malott Captures Top Berth for PBA World Championship Finals by 118 Pins Over Mike Fagan

Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, captured the top qualifying position for the PBA World Championship, the concluding event of the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI, by 118 pins over Mike Fagan of Fort Worth, Texas, Thursday at South Point Bowling Center.

Malott, Fagan, Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana; Todd Book of Russells Point, Ohio, and Stuart Williams of England will return to South Point’s new 60-lane Bowling Plaza for the live ESPN stepladder finals on Sunday, Jan. 11. The World Championship is officially the third and final major championship of the PBA’s 2014 season.

Malott, a 38-year-old nine-time PBA Tour champion, averaged 229.44 over 52 games conducted on five different lane conditions to pace the World Championship qualifiers with a 12,381 pinfall total, 118 pins ahead of Fagan.

“I never really put anything together tonight. I just stayed out of trouble, and got a couple wins here and there,” Malott said. “The biggest thing was in the second game tonight against Sean Rash. I doubled in the 10th to shut him out and that gave me some confidence and opened the gap a little.

“I was disappointed with my loss to Fagan in the last match Wednesday. I had a big lead and let him catch up, but I was able to get past that, focus on the positive and that helped.”

If Malott wins the title in January, his 10th title will qualify him for PBA Hall of Fame consideration at some point down the road, but it’s not something Malott is concerned about.

“We’ll have a couple of months to prepare and think about the finals,” he said. “Ten titles, yeah, maybe it’s in the back of my mind, but it’s not a big thing at this point. It’s not like I’m going for the most PBA titles or anything. If my career ended today, I’d be very happy. I’m very grateful and fortunate to be where I’m at, and I’m still living the dream.”

Fagan, 33, chased Malott throughout the 24-game match play finals, but could never quite catch up. Russell, who qualified for his third World Series television final, finished 16 pins behind Fagan. Book, 43, will make his second television appearance in eight years as mostly a part-time touring player.

Williams, who won his only PBA Tour title in the 2011 Viper Championship, made the biggest move, advancing from seventh to fifth with a 258-194 victory over defending World Champion and fellow Englishman Dom Barrett in the final match game.

GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI competition continues Saturday and Sunday when finals in the Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon and Scorpion Championships plus a PBA Challenge special event and the World Bowling Tour Finals presented by PBA will be conducted in the South Point Bowling Plaza.

日置秀一 10勝14敗 24位 $3,000 獲得


 

2014/10/29

 

Wes Malott Leads PBA World Championship Heading into Thursday’s Final Round of Match Play

Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, won 11 of his 16 matches Wednesday and will take a 125-pin lead into Thursday’s final round of match play in the PBA World Championship, the concluding event of the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI, at South Point Bowling Center.

The PBA World Championship is the final major of the 2014 PBA season.

Malott, who qualified for the match play finals in fourth place after four PBA animal pattern championships held earlier in the week, led by more than 200 pins going into Wednesday night’s final match against fellow Texan Mike Fagan of Fort Worth.

Fagan, after rolling a 300 a game earlier, defeated Malott, 276-204, to cut Malott’s lead in half. Malott, a nine-time PBA Tour title winner, finished with a 44-game total of 10,541 pins. Fagan, who also fired 276 and 268 games earlier in the second round, had a 10,416 total.

Recently-retired PBA Hall of Famer Jason Couch of Clermont, Florida, returned to competition and sat in third place with 10,226 pins. A third Texan, two-handed player Shawn Maldonado of Houston, also rolled a 300 game to move into fourth place with 10,213 pins. Defending PBA World Champion Dom Barrett of England was fifth with a 10,168 total. Seven other players were within less than 100 pins of qualifying for the ESPN finals.

The final eight-game match play round will take place Thursday at 2 p.m. PT. A total of 52 games of qualifying and match play will determine the five player stepladder finalists who will return to South Point’s new Bowling Plaza on Sunday, Jan. 11, for the live ESPN finals.

The final match play round of the PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

日置秀一 7勝9敗 20位

 

Wes Malott Wins 6 of 8 Matches, Takes Lead After Round One of PBA World Championship Match Play

Wes Malott of Pflugerville, Texas, won six of his eight matches Wednesday afternoon to take the lead after the first of three match play rounds in the PBA World Championship, the concluding event of the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI, at South Point Bowling Center.

Malott, who qualified for the match play finals in fourth place after 28 games in the four PBA animal pattern championships earlier in the week, passed Sean Rash of Montgomery, Illinois, in the final game when Malott defeated Shawn Maldonado of Houston, 236-191, while Rash lost his only match of the round, dropping a 214-171 decision to Dick Allen of Columbia, S.C.

Malott took a pinfall total of 8,470 and a 124-pin lead over Rash into Wednesday night’s second round of match play. Australia’s Jason Belmonte was third with 8,306 pins followed by Jason Couch of Clermont, Fla., at 8,303 and Ronnie Russell of Marion, Ind., at 8,283 in the race for five berths in the PBA World Championship finals.

Two more eight-game match play rounds will take place Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon to determine the five-player stepladder finals field for the PBA World Championship, which will be contested live on ESPN on Sunday, Jan. 11, in South Point’s new Bowling Plaza.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

日置秀一 4勝4敗 17位


 

2014/10/28

 

Haugen Earns Top Berth in Scorpion Championship
Barrett Paces PBA World Championship Field

Three-time Professional Bowlers Association titlist Michael Haugen Jr. of Phoenix jumped from sixth to first in the final game Tuesday night to capture the top berth in the PBA Scorpion Championship in the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling Tuesday at South Point Bowling Center.

Haugen, who entered the final qualifying round in 13th place, fired games of 203, 255, 223, 234, 226, 216 and 247 to finish the Scorpion event with a 14-game total of 3,213 pins and a four-pin lead over Scott Newell of Daytona, Florida. Sweden’s Martin Larsen qualified third with 3,206 pins and Tom Hess of Urbandale, Iowa, qualified fourth at 3,205 – one pin ahead of Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, South Carolina and four pins ahead of first-round leader B.J. Moore III of Apex, North Carolina.

Newell and Hess have each won one PBA Tour title. Larsen will be trying for his first when the finals are conducted Saturday in the new South Point Bowling Plaza. The finals will air on Sunday, Jan. 4, at 1 p.m. ET.

“That was a little too exciting, but I don’t do anything the easy way,” Haugen said. “I was losing my ball reaction a bit. I drilled a new ball for the night round, but it was slipping away. I knew I had to either make better shots or change balls, so I changed balls again and went with it.”

Haugen said an open frame in the seventh almost ended his hopes, “but I threw the last five strikes and the other guys waited for me. Go figure.”

The first round of the Scorpion Championship earlier Tuesday was the fourth and final qualifying event to determine the 24 match play finalists for the PBA World Championship. The match play finals include eight-game rounds Wednesday at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Thursday at 2 p.m. England’s Dom Barrett was top qualifier for the World Championship with a 6,430 pinfall total, three pins ahead of Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana, and 14 ahead of Moore. Bryon Smith of Roseburg, Oregon, captured the 24th spot by two pins over Newell.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

 

North Carolina’s Moore Back on Top as Scorpion Leader
Barrett Tops World Championship Qualifiers

B.J. Moore III of Apex, North Carolina, was back on top of the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling Tuesday at South Point Bowling Center as the first round leader in the PBA Scorpion Championship, but this time he is hoping for a better long-term outcome in Tuesday night’s final qualifying session.

Moore, 26, had never finished higher than 26th place in his six previous PBA Tour appearances before he led the Viper Championship after one round on Sunday, but he couldn’t hold on during the evening round. He finished sixth and missed making his first television show by 11 pins.

Tuesday, he rolled games of 258, 226, 280, 239, 246, 224 and 211, averaging 241 for a seven-game 1,687 total and a 16-pin lead over another non-title winner, John Szczerbinski of North Tonawanda, New York. Both will be among the 24 players who will bowl a second seven-game qualifying round Tuesday night to determine the four Scorpion TV finalists.

The first round of the Scorpion Championship also was the final animal pattern qualifying event to determine the 24 match play finalists for the PBA World Championship. Moore’s strong performance Tuesday assured him a spot in the World Championship match play finals which will include eight-game rounds Wednesday at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Thursday at 2 p.m. England’s Dom Barrett was top qualifier for the World Championship with a 6,430 pinfall total, three pins ahead of Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana, and 14 ahead of Moore. Bryon Smith of Roseburg, Oregon, captured the 24th spot by two pins over Scott Newell of Daytona, Florida.

“I missed the Viper TV show by 11 pins and I kept replaying that in my mind yesterday (in the Chameleon Championship). I wasn’t there mentally, but it was a re-group day and today I came back re-freshed,” Moore said. “I had a talk with my coach about what to expect and how to attack the lane conditions, and I stuck to my plan. I didn’t want to over-think anything. I just shut down my brain and threw one shot at a time.

“In the Viper second round, I’d never been in the position to make a TV show before and I’m not happy with what happened, but I’m not going to beat myself up about it. I kind of worked myself up last time, so tonight I’m just going to shut my brain down and bowl.”

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

58位 小林哲也, 62位 日置秀一, 106位 Robert Lee, 133位 加藤祐哉, 164位 土屋佑佳, 172位 Pat Nolan, 234位 及部優実

 

PBA World Championship 成績は下記の通り

上位24名によるラウンドロビンマッチプレイに進出

  

日置秀一

17位 日置秀一

103位 加藤祐哉, 154位 小林哲也, 161位 Pat Nolan, 185位 Robert Lee, 187位 土屋佑佳, 228位 及部優実


 

2014/10/27

 

D.J. Archer Fights Through Emotional Evening, Wins Top Berth for PBA Chameleon Championship Telecast

D.J. Archer of Friendswood, Texas, stumbled out of the gate, but righted himself quickly to take charge of the PBA Chameleon Championship, the third of four animal pattern events in GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI, Monday at South Point Bowling Center.

Archer, a 34-year-old, 12-year veteran who is still trying for his first PBA Tour title, fought through the emotional memories of his mother’s death in September on his way to the top qualifying position in the Chameleon Championship. After rolling a 175 game to start the day, he rebounded immediately with a 275 and scored at a blistering 242.29 pace in the morning round. He only managed to take a nine-pin lead over Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana, into Monday night’s final qualifying round, but closed with games of 240 and 235 to retain his top position by 35 pins over Russell.

Archer won the day with a 14-game total of 3,202 pins. Russell was second with 3,167 pins. Sean Rash of Montgomery, Illinois, qualified third with 3,158 pins and J.R. Raymond, who will make his television debut in the Chameleon Championship finals on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the new South Point Bowling Plaza, qualified fourth with 3,142 pins.

“What’s crazy is that in practice this morning, I threw about 20 strikes in a row. Normally when that happens, the first game is always bad and I don’t know why,” Archer said. “I said to myself, ‘this isn’t good,’ but after that, it was just like it never happened and I bowled real well. I bowled 275 the second game and I just matched up with the right ball all day. When you get those things on the right page, you can throw a lot of strikes in this facility.”

The Chameleon Championship was the third of four qualifying events that will determine the 24-player field for the PBA World Championship match play competition Wednesday and Thursday.

Russell leads Dom Barrett of England in PBA World Championship qualifying by 29 pins with a 21-game total of 4,904 pins heading into Tuesday’s Scorpion Championship, the final World Championship qualifying event. Barrett, who led World Champion qualifying a year ago on his way to winning that event for his first PBA major title, was another 34 pin ahead over Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill. Scorpion qualifying rounds will take place at 8 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. PT.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

 

D.J. Archer Overcomes Slow Start to Take Chameleon Lead
Ronnie Russell Paces World Championship

D.J. Archer of Friendswood, Texas, stumbled out of the gate, but righted himself quickly to charge into the first round lead in the PBA Chameleon Open, the third of four animal pattern events in GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI, Monday at South Point Bowling Center.

Archer, a 34-year-old, 12-year veteran who is still trying for his first PBA Tour title, rolled a 175 opening game, but rebounded quickly with a 275 followed by 264, 255, 234, 258 and 235 for a 1,696 seven-game total and a nine-pin lead over Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana. The top 24 advanced to a second seven-game qualifying round Monday night to decide the four players who will bowl for the Chameleon Championship title on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the new South Point Bowling Plaza.

“What’s crazy is that in practice, I threw about 20 strikes in a row, but normally when that happens, the first game is always bad and I don’t know why,” Archer said. “I said to myself, ‘this isn’t good,’ but after that, it was just like it never happened and I bowled real well. I bowled 275 the second game and I just matched up with the right ball all day. When you get those things on the right page, you can throw a lot of strikes in this facility.”

The Chameleon Championship was the third of four qualifying events that will determine the 24-player field for the PBA World Championship match play competition Wednesday and Thursday. The seven-game qualifying rounds in the Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon and Tuesday’s Scorpion Championships will be combined to determine the World Championship finalists.

Russell nipped Dom Barrett of England for the PBA World Championship qualifying lead by 29 pins with a 21-game total of 4,904 pins. Barrett, who led World Champion qualifying a year ago on his way to winning that event for his first PBA major title, was another 34 pin ahead over Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill.

World Series competition continues Tuesday with seven-game qualifying squads in the Scorpion Championship at 8 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

57位 日置秀一, 84位 小林哲也, 160位 Pat Nolan, 172位 加藤祐哉, 189位 土屋佑佳 , 199位 Robert Lee, 232位 及部優実

 

佐藤昌徳選手 優勝!

10月11日(土)~12日(日)の二日間にわたり、大磯プリンスホテルボウリングセンターで開催されました承認大会・第1回大磯オープンチャリティトーナメントにて、アマチュアの佐藤昌徳選手が優勝されましたのでご報告致します。

2年前のROUND1 JAPANCUP BOWLING 2014でベスト16進出、ベストアマを獲得した弱冠23歳の強豪選手は準決勝、決勝トーナメントと次々プロを撃破。

森 由尋選手とのアマチュア対決を制して見事初代チャンプの座を勝ち取りました!


 

2014/10/26

 

North Carolina’s Connor Pickford to MakeTV Debut as Top Qualifier in PBA Viper Championship

Connor Pickford of Charlotte, North Carolina, who has never finished higher than 14th in his abbreviated four-year Professional Bowlers Association Tour career, will make his national television debut as the top qualifier in the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI’s Viper Championship.

Pickford, 22, averaged 230.57 for 14 games on the Viper lane condition at South Point Bowling Center Sunday, finishing with a 3,228 pinfall total to capture the No. 1 berth in the Viper Championship ESPN finals by 32 pins over Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana. England’s Dom Barrett jumped for fifth to third with a 223 final game and veteran Mika Koivuniemi of Hartland, Michigan, held on to fourth place with a 3,141 total, six pins ahead of Australia’s Jason Belmonte and 11 ahead of first-round leader B.J. Moore III of Apex, North Carolina.

The top four players will bowl for the Viper Championship title on Saturday, Nov. 1, in the new South Point Bowling Plaza. The finals will air on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 21.

“I had an amazing ball reaction tonight,” Pickford said. “I’ve had all of my success with a MOTIV Venom Shock, my purple ball. I told my ball rep when I got into that ball tonight, it was game on. I didn’t realize scores were so low because my ball reaction was so good.”

Being in position to win his first national professional title is a dream Pickford began chasing at age 14 when he entered a PBA regional tournament, with parental consent. His dreams were temporarily derailed, he said, when he won $100 in a youth tournament, which resulted in a year-long suspension from the national governing body. After sitting out a year, he was reinstated and returned to PBA competition, earning 2011-12 PBA South Region Player of the Year honors.

“That’s when I decided this is what I’m supposed to do with my life,” he said. “It’s unbelievable to know (making his first TV final) is what I’ve worked for. A couple of years ago, I watched Jason Sterner – a fellow South Region competitor and a good friend – three all three strikes in 10th to make the show and I remember it was an incredible feeling. Now I get to bowl for my first title. I don’t know what to think, but I’m pretty sure I won’t get much sleep tonight.”

World Series competition continues with qualifying for the PBA Chameleon Championship, the third of four qualifying legs in the PBA World Championship, Monday. Qualifying squads will bowl at 8 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. local time.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

日置秀一 9位 $2,200獲得

 

B.J. Moore III Takes First Round Lead in PBA Viper Championship
Shawn Maldonado Paces World Championship Qualifying After Two Rounds

B.J. Moore III of Apex, North Carolina, who has never finished higher than 26th place in six previous Professional Bowlers Association Tour appearances, seized the first round lead in the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI’s Viper Championship Sunday at South Point Bowling Center.

Moore, a 26-year-old one-time PBA South Region title winner, averaged 234.57 on the Viper lane condition, rolling games of 226, 265, 213, 201, 258, 234 and 245 for a 1,642 total and a 26-pin lead over Ronnie Russell of Marion, Indiana. Connor Pickford of Charlotte, North Carolina, who also is trying for his first PBA Tour title, was third with 1,606 pins heading into Sunday night’s second qualifying round.

The top four players after Sunday night’s round will advance to the Viper Championship finals on Saturday, Nov. 1, in the new South Point Bowling Plaza. The Viper Championship finals will air on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 21.

Moore said his success Sunday was based on bad decision-making Saturday in the Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Challenge Mobile Game, the first of the four animal pattern championships that are part of the World Series.

“Yesterday I had a game plan and I bailed on it, and it cost me making the cut,” Moore said. “Today I just reiterated the same plan and told myself not to bail out on it.

“The plan was that I had certain bowling balls I wanted to use as I moved across the center. During practice they looked like I had planned, so I put them into play and it worked out. Yesterday I had the same plan, but I was a game too late in making the ball changes I should have made, and it cost me.”

Moore said competing in World Series V a year ago at South Point also was a factor in Sunday’s success.

“I didn’t do very well last year, but it was a matter of getting your feet wet and seeing what it was like,” he said. “It definitely gave me a lot of notes to work on. It helped me out a lot in knowing what to expect this time.”

The Viper Championship also was the second of four qualifying events that will determine the 24-player field for the PBA World Championship match play competition which starts Wednesday. The combined seven-game qualifying round scores in the Cheetah, Viper, Monday’s Chameleon and Tuesday’s Scorpion Championships will determine the World Championship match play field. After 14 of 28 games, the leading World Championship qualifiers are two-handed player Shawn Maldonado of Houston, Texas, with a 236.85 composite average and 3,316 pins, six ahead of Brad Angelo of Lockport, New York. PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber of St. Ann, Missouri, a 37-time PBA Tour title winner, is third with a 3,297 total.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

9位 日置秀一 Round of 24 に進出

74位 加藤祐哉, 149位 Pat Nolan, 163位 土屋佑佳, 199位 小林哲也 , 217位 Robert Lee, 230位 及部優実


 

2014/10/25

 

South Carolina’s Dick Allen Wins No. 1 Berth for PBA Cheetah Championship Finals
Liz Johnson Makes Women’s Bowling History with Second TV Appearance

Dick Allen of Columbia, South Carolina, averaged 244.36.71 for 14 games Saturday to earn the top qualifying berth for the PBA Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Challenge Mobile Game as the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI officially got underway at South Point Bowling Center.

Allen needed a double in the final frame of his last game to retain the No. 1 position with a total of 3,421 pins, but a bigger story developed a couple of pairs of lanes away when Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, New York, completed a charge out of 24th place at the end of the first round to finish fourth and become the first woman to advance to a second PBA Tour national television finals. Johnson was the first woman ever to appear on a PBA Tour television show when she finished second in the 2004 Banquet Open in Wyoming, Mich., losing in the title match to 15-time PBA Tour titlist Tommy Jones.

After a 190 game in her second game Saturday night, Johnson caught fire, rolling games of 279, 245, 278, 258 and 248 to track down PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber of St. Ann, Missouri, and knock him out of the four-player television finals field by 43 pins.

Brad Angelo of Lockport, New York, who returned to competition after a year of battling injuries, qualified second with 3,414 pins, seven behind Allen, and Anthony Pepe of Elmhurst, New York, advanced to his first PBA TV final in third place with 3,412 pins.

Allen, who led the World Series field of 240 players throughout the day, is trying for his fourth PBA Tour title.

“I had a bad first game (185), but then I switched to a ball that worked better and started making shots,” the 36-year-old Allen said. “Most of it was probably due to my off-season preparation.

“I lost 15 pounds after the Summer Swing in Oklahoma last May. Physically I felt a lot better, and I worked a lot on correcting my spine tilt from front to back and side-to-side on the approach. The end result is more shots are thrown correctly for a longer amount of time. It’s all about leverage and consistency. Today was the day I really tried it in competition and it seems to be paying off.”

The GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI continues Sunday at South Point with seven-game qualifying rounds for the Viper Championship at 8 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Pacific Time.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

日置秀一 14位 $1,600獲得

 

Dick Allen Averages 252 to Take First Round Lead in PBA Cheetah Championship at WSOB VI

 

Dick Allen of Columbia, South Carolina, averaged 252.71 for his first seven games to take the first round lead in the PBA Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Challenge Mobile Game as the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI officially got underway Saturday at South Point Bowling Center.

Allen, a 36-year-old three-time PBA Tour titlist, fired games of 185, 258, 289, 247, 298, 246 and 246 for a seven-game pinfall total of 1,769 and a three-pin lead over Jason Sterner of Covington, Georgia. The top 24 players advanced to a second seven-game qualifying round Saturday night, competing for four berths in the Cheetah Championship finals which will be contested on Saturday, Nov. 1, in the new South Point Bowling Plaza for telecast on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 14.

Heading into Saturday night’s second round, Brad Angelo of Lockport, New York, was in third place with 1,743 pins followed by Shawn Maldonado of Houston, Texas, with 1,723 pins and Jason Couch of Clermont, Florida, with a 1,714 total

“I had a bad first game, but then I got into a ball that worked better and started making shots,” Allen said. “Most of it was probably due to my off-season preparation.

“I lost 15 pounds after the Summer Swing in Oklahoma last May. Physically I felt a lot better, and I worked a lot on my spine tilt from front to back and side-to-side on the approach. The end result is more shots are thrown correctly for a longer amount of time. Today was the day I really tried it in competition and it seems to be paying off.”

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

22位 日置秀一 Round of 24 に進出

52位 加藤祐哉, 117位 Pat Nolan, 145位 Robert Lee, 179位 及部優実, 184位 土屋佑佳, 204位 小林哲也

 

佐藤まさみ、5年越しの復活V!

”強い佐藤”が帰って来た!

パーフェクト2つ、7-10スプリットメイドが1つ飛び出し、「華やかなる熱闘」という言葉が相応しい大会となった今年のROUND1CupLadies。

なかでも今季デビューの47期生をはじめ若手の健闘はめざましいものがあり、準決勝進出44名中、プロ入り10年以内の選手は実に29名。

プロの水で磨かれた成長の証を見せてくれました。

もちろん先輩プロも負けてはいられません。予選12位から首位を奪取した姫路 麗を筆頭に、名和 秋、関根直子、吉田真由美、川口富美恵らタイトルホルダー達が決勝ラウンドロビンへ進出を決め、その後に予選から上位を守る鈴木亜季と小泉奈津美、貯金で踏み止まった遠藤未菜、圏外から追い上げて来た櫻井麻美、堀内 綾、桑藤美紀らの新人戦出場資格保持者たちが続きます。

しかしそんな誰が頂上決戦に出て来てもおかしくない顔ぶれの中で、ダークホースとなったのはやはり佐藤まさみ。

2009年にプロ入りし、ルーキーイヤーにいきなり2勝を挙げてニューヒロインに名乗りを挙げるも、その後は不慮の事故で負傷し、シードプロからも転落。

精彩を欠いた5年間でしたが、ここにきてラウンドロビン1G目にパーフェクトを叩き出した姫路から、2G目にして首位を奪取。

その後も浮き沈みの激しい姫路とシーソーゲームを繰り返しながら首位を守り抜き、3年ぶりの決勝ステップラダー進出を果たします。

2位以下も熾烈なポジション争いを繰り広げるなか、ディフェンディングチャンピオンの名和は勝ち星を重ねながらも伸び悩み、ポジションマッチで小泉に引導を渡されたほか、鈴木もあと一歩届かず6位で終了。

佐藤以下、吉田・姫路・堀内・小泉という顔ぶれによる決勝ステップラダーとなりました。

堀内VS小泉、初ステップラダー同士の5位決定戦は、2フレーム目をオープンにした堀内を、小泉が突き放す形で勝利し、続く4位決定戦でも左レーンに捕まってしまった姫路にツーマーク差で連勝。

そして吉田との3位決定戦は中盤までまったくの互角で進行し、途中ワンマーク差になるも、10フレーム1投目で吉田がビッグファイブ。スペアでも逆転という状況で、勝ちが見えて気が緩んでしまったか、ここで小泉も痛恨のスプリットを出してしまい、吉田に届かないまま、初優勝もお預けとなってしまいました。

3年ぶりのステップラダー、3年ぶりの優勝決定戦。長い停滞を打破する為にも、一勝が欲しい佐藤はターキーからの滑り出し。

ここで勝てれば逆転三冠の可能性も見えてくるだけに吉田も必死に食らいつき、徐々に差を詰めて佐藤を追います。

リードは取りつつも4フレーム目からストライクが繋がらない佐藤は、9フレームの勝負どころで10番ピンをミス。

しかし吉田も9フレーム目から繋いだとは言え、パンチアウトを決めなければ逆転の目は薄いという状況のなか、投げた10フレーム1投目は4・7番を残す8本カウント。

これをカバーし、ストライクを決めたとしてもスコアは193までしか伸びません。

対する佐藤は1投目をガターにしたとしても、スペアを決めればその時点で195ピンが確定となる状況のなか、佐藤のボールは見事ストライク。この瞬間、佐藤の5年ぶりの優

長かった休眠期間をとうとう打ち破り、「眠れるニューヒロイン」が覚醒。成長著しい若手選手たちとともに、今後ますますの活躍が期待されます!

 

六甲クィーンズに続いて今季2度目のベストアマ獲得!

松本君代選手

 

ナインテントーナメントは宮城鈴菜が制す!

頂上対決に先駆けて、ROUND1Cup恒例の9・10フレーム限定最大5球の短期決戦、ナインテントーナメントの決勝が行われました。

お祭りムードで場内が盛り上がるなか、ファイナリスト4名中ただ一人ラウンドロビンにも進出していた名和 秋を下した宮城 鈴菜は、生方千登勢を下して勝ち上がった西村美紀と決勝戦へ。

9フレーム目にスプリットを出した西村がダブルで追い上げるも、ミス無くまとめた宮城に届かず、宮城の勝利に。

頂上を制した宮城に賞金の40万円が贈られました!

 

 

佐藤まさみ


 

2014/10/24

 

Hall of Famers Monacelli, Williams Lead Field of Finalists for PBA Challenge as WSOB VI Gets Underway

PBA Hall of Famers Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela and Walter Ray Williams Jr. of Oxford, Florida, advanced to the finals of the PBA Challenge, a made-for-ESPN special event, as the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VI got underway Friday at South Point Bowling Center.

Monacelli and Williams finished one-two in an eight-game match play qualifying event for the 2014 season’s top PBA50 Tour players, earning berths in the November 2 PBA Challenge television finals. Also advancing to the PBA Challenge from the PBA Regional qualifier were Josh Blanchard of Gilbert, Arizona, representing the PBA’s West Region, and EJ Tackett of Huntington, Indiana, representing the PBA Central Region. The PBA Women’s Regional finalists will be Colombia native Clara Guerrero of Pflugerville, Texas, representing the PBA Southwest Region, and Missy Parkin of Laguna Hills, California, who won the PBA West Region berth in the qualifying event.

The PBA Challenge will include four one-game matches, with the four winners than competing in a unique Knock-Out Round finale on Sunday, Nov. 2, at the South Point Bowling Plaza. The ESPN telecast will air on Sunday, Jan. 19. The fourth match in the PBA Challenge telecast will be a contest between 2014 Teen Masters boys’ division champion Coffey of Melbourne, Florida, bowling girls’ division winner Kelly Skalacki of Coram, New York. The Teen Masters Grand Champion will receive a $6,500 scholarship.

Monacelli won the PBA50 berth by winning all eight of his head-to-head matches, but Williams surged from third place to second behind a 287 final game, knocking fellow hall of famer Pete Weber of St. Ann, Missouri, out of the finals by 20 pins.

Blanchard also was dominant in the PBA Regional qualifier, winning seven of his eight matches to beat Tackett by 106 pins. Tackett finished 53 pins ahead of Midwest Region representative Tom Hess of Urbandale, Iowa.

In the Women’s Regional event, Guerrero advanced from third to first with a victory over East Region representative Kristina Wendell of Poughkeepsie, New York, in her final match while Parkin held on tow second with a spare in the 10th frame, dropping Amanda Greene of Romney, West Virginia, to third place by 45 pins.

PBA Tour competition in the World Series officially gets underway Saturday with qualifying rounds of the Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Challenge Mobile Game, the first of four PBA Tour animal pattern lane condition championship events that are part of the World Series. Animal pattern qualifying rounds continue with the Viper Championship on Sunday, the Chameleon Championship on Monday and the Scorpion Championship on Tuesday. Each animal pattern event features a distinctly different scoring environment and each will advance four players to the championship rounds which will be contested on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the South Point Bowling Plaza for airing on ESPN beginning Sunday, Dec. 14.

The animal pattern events also will serve as the qualifying event for PBA World Championship. The top 24 players after 28 combined games on the four animal patterns will advance to match play competition Wednesday and Thursday. A total of 52 games of qualifying and match play will produce the five finalists who will return to South Point for the live ESPN finals of the PBA World Championship on Jan. 11.

All qualifying and match play rounds of the animal pattern events and PBA World Championship will be covered live on Xtra Frame. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame Season Ticket link.

 

 

姫路 麗

 

 

吉田真由美


 

2014/10/23

 

 

遠藤未菜


 

2014/10/19

 

川添奨太、V2達成!

2014ポートクイーンちばに手渡された勝利のコカ・コーラを一気飲み

パーフェクトが4つ達成され、新人戦から打って変わってハイスコア合戦となった今年の千葉オープン。

予選・準決勝とプロ入り10年前後の若手が健闘するなか、首位の日置秀一をはじめ、上位陣が順位を守って決勝ラウンドロビンへ進出しますが、予選7位の金子俊之は準決勝前半の出遅れが、8位の梶田朋寛は後半の出遅れが足を引っ張った形で敗退。

しかし決勝ラウンドロビンになるとスコアが伸び悩む者と追い上げる者にはっきりと明暗が分かれ、勝ち星にも恵まれない遠藤 誠、岡部直治、谷合貴志が脱落。

堀江真一は勝ち越しはしたもののマイナスポイントが響いて順位を落とし、日置は一度7位まで後退し追い上げたもののポジションマッチで川添奨太に引導を渡されてしま

パーフェクトを達成した藤井を筆頭に、ラウンドロビンで一度もマイナスを打たなかった儀間と川添が続き、決勝ステップラダーへと突入。

儀間VS川添の3位決定戦はまったくの互角で滑り出します。

川添が千葉初制覇を果たした2011年大会の優勝決定戦の対戦相手だっただけに、儀間としてはリベンジしたいところでしたが、4フレーム目をスプリットからオープンに。

スリーマーク差で先を行く川添を追いかけますが、9フレーム目を再びオープンにしてしまい、パンチアウトを決めるもリベンジはお預けとなってしまいました。

昨年末から三冠王奪取を目標に掲げた川添にとって、トップシードで待つ藤井は昨年の全日本でストレート負けを喫した強敵。

しかも変化するレーンに苦戦して、両者ともにストライクが決まらない状態から先に抜け出したのは藤井。それでもストライクが来ない川添は我慢を続けながらボールチェンジを試み、ようやく感触を掴みます。

そして川添が優勝決定戦ではじめてストライクを決めた7フレーム目、藤井が10番ピンをミスして2度目のオープンフレームに。

この流れで勝利の芽を見つけ出した川添はさらに集中を研ぎ澄まし、前半のスペア行進が嘘のようにストライクを連発。

対する藤井はプロとしての経験値の差が出てしまったか、続く8・9フレームもオープンにして自爆。オールウェーを決めた川添が最終的に80ピン以上の大差で「もう二度と(藤井には)勝たせない」との誓い通り、勝利を掴みました。

今季3勝目、大会V2達成となった川添、悲願の三冠王奪取へ大きく前進です! 

 

25位入賞、ベストアマ獲得!

佐藤貴啓選手

 

 

藤井信人

 

 

日置秀一


 

2014/10/18

 

 

日置秀一

 

 

日置秀一


 

2014/10/17

 

 

宮田俊輔

 

 

宇田 輝


 

2014/10/12

 

藤井信人、プレッシャーはね除けて2勝目を挙げる!

全日本連覇へ向けて好発進!

接近中の台風にも負けない嵐のような戦いとなった今年の男子新人戦。予選前半と後半で順位の変動が激しく、プロデビューから3年しかチャンスのない新人戦のタイトルを手に入れる為、出遅れを挽回して猛チャージを見せる選手が続出。

前半104位から12位まで浮上した児玉侑樹、120位から31位の浮田健吾などは準決勝こそ逃したものの健闘が光りました。

続く準決勝ではさらに苦しい戦いとなり、全体的にスコアが伸びず、上位8名は半数が入れ替わる混戦状態に。

予選6位から準決勝でトップを取った髙田浩規、2年連続のファイナリストとなったアマチュアの鶴見亮剛選手、混戦を生き残った前田充彦、森本浩史、渡邊雄也の5名と、怒濤の追い上げで滑り込んで来た広瀬恭平、藤井信人、北村祐樹の3名のあわせて8名が決勝ラウンドロビン進出を果たしました。

52期実技トップ合格の髙田、実技免除の藤井、53期トップの森本といずれ劣らぬ優勝候補の中でもやはり本命はルーキーイヤーにポイントランキング王を獲った藤井。勝って当たり前という期待とプレッシャーに加え、苦手とする新狭山グランドボウルという状況がここまで藤井を出遅れさせて来ましたが、ラウンドロビン2G目に10フレーム目のミスで黒星がついたことから「このままじゃいけない」と気合いを入れ直し、そこから波に乗って順調にポイントを重ね、折り返し地点の5G目にはトップを奪取。

苦戦にあえぐ髙田と森本が浮かび上がって来れなくなると、スコアポイントが今ひとつ伸びないものの勝利ポイントを稼ぐ前田が藤井を追う形になりましたが、ポジションマッチを前に両者のポイント差は162。

前田がパーフェクトを達成して勝利した上に、藤井が168ピン以下を打たなければ前田の優勝はないというほぼ絶望的な状況で迎えた最終ゲームは、前田も健闘して勝利したものの、ポイントはやはり追いつかず、藤井が逃げ切りで優勝を掴みました。

苦手だった新狭山グランドボウルを克服しての優勝で、「全日本への自信がついた」と語った藤井、実はプロ入り後2度目の体験でまだ慣れてなかったというラウンドロビンの経験も積んで、今後ますますの活躍が期待されます! 

 

2年連続決勝進出、堂々3位でベストアマ獲得!

鶴見亮剛選手

 

 

高田浩規


 

2014/10/11

 

鶴見亮剛選手


 

2014/10/10

 

 

川添奨太
会場:新狭山グランドボウル

 

 

山本 勲
会場:田町ハイレーン


 

2014/10/09

 

総合優勝は多田藤夫選手!

先日の10月4日(土)、承認大会・さくらんぼ東根オープンがボウルモデルノ(山形)にて開催され、アマチュアの多田藤夫選手が総合優勝されました。

予選6G、準決勝3Gを勝ち抜いた上位20名による決勝シュートアウトにて、12位進出の多田選手は一回戦から参戦し、次々と強豪を打破。

準決勝で岡部直治・佐藤まさみも参戦しましたが両者とも敗退し、アマチュア対決となった多田選手と加藤吉則選手による優勝決定戦を多田選手がスリーマーク差で制しました。


 

2014/10/07

 

 

日置秀一
会場:MKボウル上賀茂


 

2014/10/05

 

森本浩史が優勝!

9月20日(土)~21日(日)の二日間にわたり、厚別パークボウルにて開催されました承認大会・第17回北海道プロ・アマオープンを森本浩史が優勝致しました。

決勝ステップラダーで森本は地元勢の村上拓也と254対279の激戦を繰り広げて勝ち抜け、続く山本 勲との3位決定戦も279ピンのビッグゲームを打ち出した鈴木博喜と対戦。249対245とまれに見る好勝負を制して森本が優勝を果たしました。


 

2014/10/02

 

 

佐野芳宏
会場:アソビックスびさい


 

2014/10/01

 

西村美紀 優勝!

9月28日(日)に泉大津フタバボウル(大阪)にて開催されました承認大会・第4回ボウラーズストリートカップフタバオープンにて、西村美紀が優勝しましたのでご報告致します。

予選6Gに続く決勝トーナメントにて、西村は武部公英選手や小林あゆみを撃破。さらに準決勝シュートアウトでは阿部聖水、堀内 綾らに大差を付けて勝ち抜け、松本君代選手との優勝決定戦となりました。

3・4フレームのオープンが響いて西村に追いつけない松本選手を、西村は最後まで寄せ付けず30ピン以上の差を付けて優勝を決めました。


 

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