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In a change, Ten Pin Alley Bullseye Masters to use Challenge patterns for 2020-21 season: Kegel Great Wall of China, Mercury, Broadway

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Thursday, September 3, 2020 8:00 am
I’ve been bowling full time or subbing in the Ten Pin Alley Bullseye Masters every season since it started in 2004-05 until last season, and it’s almost always bowled on Sport level lane patterns, often very difficult ones. I recall one season where I averaged 203 and was second high in what is the Madison area's top league filled with a lot of quality players. I was more than 10 pins behind Derek Eoff, but he is Derek Eoff and the day before he moved to the Madison area was the...