2009 PABCON Championships ends Saturday with Masters finals


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    Carolina Bowling Center in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Sep. 20-27, 2009)

    2009PCLogo_small.jpg The 2009 Pan American Bowling Confederation Championships will conclude on Saturday. The Championships features both men and women this year for the first time since 2005.

    Bill O'Neill, United States and Karen Marcano, Venezuela, captured the first gold medals Tuesday in the Singles event. O'Neil's team mates, Chris Barnes and Tommy Jones won the second gold for the U.S. in men's Doubles and the three Americans then teamed to win gold in Trios.

    Guatemala's Zussie Machon and Sofia Granda cruised to victory in women's Doubles while Lynda Barnes, Shannon O'Keefe and Shannon Pluhowsky earned the American women their first gold medal of the championships in Trios.

    The U.S. men and women also claimed the gold medal in the five-player team event.

    Competition ends on Saturday at Carolina Bowling Center in San Juan with the men's and women's Masters The top 16 men and the top 16 women in the All Events standings after 24 games advance to Masters match play on Saturday afternoon.

    The United States Bowling Congress is providing live streaming of the events throughout the week.




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