Champions crowned in PBA WSOB VII "Animal Pattern" Championships

    12/21/15

    2015 PBA Tour #19-22

    2015PBALogo.jpg The seventh edition of the PBA World Series, scheduled for Dec. 7-19 at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada, featured four animal pattern championships. The champions of the Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon and Scorpion Championships, which were conducted on lane conditioning patterns that bear those animal names, were determined in four-player stepladder finals for delayed broadcast on ESPN.

    Note: These scores not have not been broadcast on television yet.


     

    2015 PBA Cheetah Championship - Stepladder Finals


    Saturday, Dec. 20, 2015; ESPN telecast on Sunday, Dec. 20, 1 p.m. ET.

    2015PBA19ParkerBohn.jpg Championship Round:
    1. Parker Bohn III (pictured), Jackson, N.J., 414 (1 game), $20,000
    2. Paul Moor, England, 471 (2 games), $10,000
    3. Andrew Cain, Phoenix, 203 (1 game), $5,000 and
    Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 224 (1 game), $5,000

    Playoff Results:
    Semi-final Match 1: Bohn def. Cain, 204-203
    Semi-final Match 2: Moor def. Duke, 265-224
    Championship: Bohn def. Moor, 210-206.

     

     

    2015 PBA Viper Championship - Stepladder Finals


    Saturday, Dec. 20, 2015; ESPN telecast on Sunday, Dec. 27, 1 p.m. ET.

    2015PBARyanCiminelli.jpg Championship Round:
    1. Ryan Ciminelli (pictured), Cheektowaga, N.Y., 482 (2 games), $20,000
    2. Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 423 (2 games), $10,000
    3. Jakob Butturff, Chandler, Ariz., 181 (1 game), $5,000 and
    Gary Faulkner Jr., Memphis, Tenn., 225 (1 game), $5,000

    Playoff Results:
    Semi-final Match 1: Ciminelli def. Faulkner, 245-225
    Semi-final Match 2: Bolleby def. Butturff, 222-181
    Championship: Ciminelli def. Bolleby, 237-201.

     

     

    PBA Chameleon Championship - Stepladder Finals


    Saturday, Dec. 20, 2015; ESPN telecast on Sunday, Jan. 3, 1 p.m. ET.

    2015PBAJesperSvensson.jpg Championship Round:
    1. Jesper Svensson (pictured), Sweden, 512 (2 games), $20,000
    2. Pascal Winternheimer, Germany, 428 (2 games), $10,000
    3. Stuart Williams, England, 188 (1 game), $5,000 and
    Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 216 (1 game), $5,000

    Playoff Results:
    Semi-final Match 1: Svensson def. Williams, 245-188
    Semi-final Match 2: Winternheimer def. Larsen, 235-216
    Championship: Svensson def. Winternheimer, 267-193.

     

     

    PBA Scorpion Championship - Stepladder Finals


    Saturday, Dec. 20, 2015; ESPN telecast on Sunday, Jan. 10, 1 p.m. ET.

    2015PBAJonVanHees.jpg Championship Round:
    1. Jon VanHees (pictured), Charlestown, R.I., 411 (2 games), $20,000
    2. Jason Sterner, Covington, Ga., 434 (2 games), $10,000
    3. Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 191 (1 game), $5,000 and
    Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 174 (1 game), $5,000

    Playoff Results:
    Semi-final Match 1: Sterner def. Bohn, 257-174
    Semi-final Match 2: VanHees def. Waliczek, 209-191
    Championship: VanHees def. Sterner, 202-176.

     

     

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