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Qualifying leaders Connor Pickford, 23, of Charlotte, N.C., and teenage partner Anthony Simonsen of Princeton, Texas, retained their lead after six of 12 team match games in the Mark Roth/Marshall Holman PBA Doubles Championship presented by Storm at the South Point Bowling Plaza Tuesday.
Fifth-year PBA member Connor Pickford of Charlotte, N.C., and 18-year-old rookie Anthony Simonsen of Princeton, Texas, bowling as doubles partners for the first time, averaged a combined 240 to lead qualifying in the Mark Roth/Marshall Holman PBA Doubles Championship presented by Storm at the South Point Bowling Plaza Monday.
Both players, trying for their first PBA Tour titles, led the field of 12 teams that advance to two six-game rounds of round-robin team match play competition Tuesday. The top five teams after 20 team games (40 individual games) will advance to the ESPN stepladder finals which will be contested on Saturday, Dec. 19, at part of the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VII at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno.
Other Fishies advancing through qualifying are: Kyle Troup (#AfroFish), Dick Allen (#FishStick), A.J. Johnson (#SharkFish), and Andrew Anderson (#StudFish). Go #TeamFish!
Team Fish, the group of young PBA members who have banded together for fun and friendship, is adding “fund-raising” to its portfolio.
PBA.com discusses Kyle, Connor, and Craig’s success on tour and the formation of #TeamFish.
TeamFish puts a team together to join the inaugural PBA Team Challenge.