WSOB Animal Pattern Shows To Use New TV Format
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – The championship rounds for the three animal sample indicates this week on the 2019 PBA World Series of Bowling X will have a format never before used by the PBA Tour in its records. The four gamers who strengthen to every televised final will bowl a one sports seeding round to open the show to determine how they may be planted for a stepladder. The highest score in the seeding round will earn the top seed and a niche at once into the championship healthy. The 2d highest score can be seeded into the semifinal, and the 0.33 and fourth scorers will play every difference in the first match. While the stepladder layout is fashionable at the PBA Tour, the seeding spherical has never been used on a PBA telecast. With a two-hour display, the PBA had extra time to fill for the animal styles this 12 months. At the past World Series of Bowling in 2016 and 2017, the animal sample tv codecs had the four gamers bowling one game concurrently with the top two rankings advancing to bowl for the name. To have a shot at the title, players will must make it thru Round of sixteen and Round of 8 fits in advance in the day for every occasion. Every match in those rounds might be broadcast stay completely on FloBowling at Noon and 3 p.M. Eastern on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The PBA Cheetah Championship will take place Monday, the PBA Chameleon Championship on Tuesday and the PBA Scorpion Championship on Wednesday. The televised finals for every event may be at eight p.M.
Eastern on FS1 for U.S. Audiences and FloBowling for international audiences. Here are the matchups and schedules for every of the animal pattern occasions: PBA Cheetah Championship Monday, March 18 (all instances ET) Round of sixteen (pleasant-of-5-sport unmarried-removal in shape play at Noon) Match 1 – Rhino Page, Orlando, vs. EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind. Match 2 – Mykel Holliman, Collierville, Tenn., vs. Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas. Match 3 – Dom Barrett, England, vs. David Haynes, Las Vegas. Match 4 – Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo., vs. Kyle Sherman, O’Fallon, Mo. Match five – Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., vs. Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y. Match 6 – Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., vs. Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla. Match 7 – BJ Moore, Greensburg, Pa., vs. Matt McNiel, Minneapolis. Match eight – Darren Tang, Las Vegas, vs. Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa. Round of 8 (great-of-5-recreation unmarried-elimination fit play, three p.M.) Match 1 – Page-Tackett winner vs. Holliman-Barnes winner. Match 2 – Barrett-Haynes winner vs. Miller-Sherman winner. Match 3 – Blanchard-Angelo winner vs. Allen-Daugherty winner. Match four – Moore-McNiel winner vs. Tang-O’Neill winner. Championship Round (8 p.M.) Seeding Round: Round of 8 winners, one sport to decide seeding positions for stepladder matches. Match 1 – Player #four vs. Player #three. Semifinal Match – Winner Match 1 vs. Player #2. Championship – Winner Semifinal Match vs. Player #1. PBA Chameleon Championship Tuesday, March 19 (all instances ET) Round of sixteen (fine-of-5-game single-elimination right play at noon) Match 1 – Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., vs. Jimmy Cook, Indianapolis. Match 2 – Kyle Sherman, O’Fallon, Mo., vs. Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia. Match three – Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa., vs. Anthony Pepe, East Elmhurst, N.Y. Match 4 – AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa, vs. Mitch Hupe, Canada. Match five – Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., vs. Andres Gomez, Colombia. Match 6 – Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, vs. Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla. Match 7 – Tim Pfeifer, Oakdale, Pa., vs. Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y. Match 8 – Matt McNiel, Minneapolis, vs. Jason Belmonte, Australia. Round of eight (best-of-five-recreation single-removal in shape play, three p.M.) Match 1 – Russell-Cook winner vs. Sherman-Ismail winner. Match 2 – O’Neill-Pepe winner vs. Chapman-Hupe winner. Match three – Daugherty-Gomez winner vs. Barnes-Duke winner. Match 4 – Pfeifer-Shafer winner vs. McNiel-Belmonte winner. Championship Round (eight p.M.) Seeding Round: Round of eight winners, one game to decide seeding positions for stepladder matches. Match 1 – Player #four vs. Player #three. Semifinal Match – Winner Match 1 vs. Player #2. Championship – Winner Semifinal Match vs. Player #1. PBA Scorpion Championship Wednesday, March 20 (all instances ET) Round of sixteen (first-class-of-five-sport single-removal in shape play, noon) Match 1 – Jason Belmonte, Australia, vs. BJ Moore, Greensburg, Pa. Match 2 – Thomas Larsen, Denmark, vs. Jakob Butturff, Tempe, Ariz. Match three – Matt Kuba, Chicago Ridge, Ill., vs. EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind. Match four – Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, vs. Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa. Match 5 – Kurt Pilon, Sterling Heights, Mich., vs. Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C. Match 6 – Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., vs. Shawn Maldonado, Houston. Match 7 – Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., vs. Kris Prather, Plainfield, Ill. Match 8 – Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., vs. Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas. Round of 8 (best-of-5-game single-elimination fit play, three p.M.) Match 1 – Belmonte-Moore winner vs. Larsen-Butturff winner. Match 2 – Kuba-Tackett winner vs. Bohr-O’Neill winner. Match 3 – Pilon-Troup winner vs. Anderson-Maldonado winner. Match four – Duke-Prather winner vs. Kent-Simonsen winner.