Victory Lanes has hosted many big tournaments over the years. We always look forward to the PBA50, it is one of our most anticipated events every year but not much can compare to hosting the 2019 U.S. Open. Only a select few bowling centers around the country had the opportunity but the USBC picked us to host the most prestigious event in bowling.

PBA 50 Mooresville Open Standings

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PBA 50 Pro-am Youth division

1st.  Nathan Thesier

2nd. Jordan Johnson

3rd. Senastian Hilliard

4th. Jonathan Fleming

5th  Caden Mendolia

6th. Jared Burgio

7th. Jonathan Seiler

8th. Evan Denney

9th. Josh Fleming

10th. Cira Arcangel

11th. Elijah McClain

12th.Kathrn Harris

13th. Alexa Cotton

14th. Payton Brooks

15th. Makenna Marsh

16th. Jayden Fleming

17th. Evan Johnson

18th.James Goodrich

19th. Thomas Lo Faso

20th. Chelsea Stein

21st. Annalise O'Bryant

22. Preston Szcostek

23rd. Neil Marsh

24th. Michael May

25th. William Nicholson

26th. Kendell Haynes

27th. Asa Bradley

28th. Madison Bradley

29th. Brandon Komlosi

30th. Joseph Roehl

31st. Austin Brunt

PBA 50 Pro-am Open division

1st.Ashley Smith

2nd. Richard Huffman

3rd. Bryan Morrow

4th. Susan Palmer

5th. Joyce Renegar

6th. Cathie Triplett

7th. Jeff Lisle

8th. Marie Fiorillo

9th.  Kristin Cathcart

10th. David Puckett

11th. Susan Cross

12th.Rickie Marsh

13th. Tom Pierce

14th. Clyde Severance

15th. Misty Brooks

16th. Mark Johnson

17th. Ryan Collins

18th. Scott Pomroy

19th. Jacob Schauf

20th. Amy Thoma

21st.Patty Brunt

22nd. Matthew Magennis

23rd. Steve Schlatterer

24th. Hershel Moore

25th. James Veneziano

26th. Billy Harris

27th. David Woods

28th. Shawn Goodrich

29th.Dennis Mummery

30th. Chris Sauerbrier

31st. Brett Cross

32nd. Scot Dodge

34th. Chip Mountcastle

35th. Carlos Roca

36th. Vinny Buono

37th. Andrew Martin

38th. Joe Shell

39th. Reid Huffstetler

40th. Frank Burgio
41sth. Alex Perri

42nd. Megan Holm

43rd. Alec Johnson

 

Round 1

Best of 3 Games

Lanes 3 & 4

Troy McKinney: 2

186-183, 200-157

Bill Vannoy: 0

Lanes 5 & 6

WRW JR: 2

210-190, 246-199

Mark Pickford: 0

Lanes 7 & 8

Greg Wilson: 1

184-214, 205-149, 212-246

Greg Thomas: 2

Lanes 9 & 10

Rick Galpal: 0

181-217, 172-235

Frank Gallo Jr: 2

Round2 

Best of 3 Games

Lanes 11 & 12

Troy McKinney: 1

180-197, 242-212, 216-223

Ralph Brunt Jr: 2

Lanes 13 & 14

WRW Jr: 2

224-216, 257-226

Joe Scarborough: 0

Lanes 15 & 16

Greg Thomas: 2

216-241, 221-190, 183-172

Jerry Horn: 1

Lanes 17 & 18

Frank Gallo Jr: 1

245-174, 198-247, 215-227

Tom Baker: 2

Round 3

Best of 3 Games

Lanes 23 & 24

Ralph Brunt Jr: 2

160-186, 221-213, 226-187

Jeff Bellinger: 1

Lanes 25 & 26

WRW Jr: 2

237-157, 243-185

Chuck Richey Jr: 0

Lanes 27 & 28

Greg Thomas: 1

224-207, 254-257, 229-259

Gary Faulkner: 2

Lanes 29 & 30

Tom Baker: 1

241-179, 214-225, 194-218

Michael Byers: 2

Semi-Finals

Best of 3 Games

Lanes 35 & 36

Ralph Brunt Jr: 1

247-246, 231-278, 213-216

WRW Jr: 2

Lanes 37 & 38

Gary Faulkner: 2

197-189, 233-198

Michael Byers: 0

Finals

Best of 3 Games

Lanes 33 & 34

WRW Jr: 1

215-242, 277-214, 213-236

Gary Faulkner: 2

 

PBA 50 MOORESVILLE OPEN TITLE Match

 

In 2019, the USBC (United States Bowling Congress) in conjunction with the PBA and Victory Lanes, held the U.S. Open in Mooresville, NC. The limited field of only 144 bowlers were put through an excruciating test of physical, mental and emotional trials. Starting with the PTQ (Pre-Tournament Qualifier), 66 bowlers had to bowl 8 games on a grueling oil pattern across the house. After those 8 games were completed, 53 bowlers would advance to the next stage of the tournament, 3 days of bowling 8 games on 3 different oil patterns.

 

After those 24 games, 32 for those coming out of the PTQ, the field was cut down again to the top 36 bowlers. Those 36 bowlers then had to bowl another 8 games on yet another different oil pattern, the field was then again cut to the top 24 bowlers. After now bowling 32 or 40 games, the remaining 24 bowlers would bowl 3 rounds of round robin match play that would result in another 24 games.

 

Now with 56 or 64 games completed, the 5 bowlers with the highest pin count would move on to the live televised finals, those finalist were:

#5 Seed: Anthony Simonsen from Little Elm, TX

#4 Seed: Bill O'Neill from Langhorn, PA 

#3 Seed: Jason Belmonte from Australia 

#2 Seed: Francois Lavoie from Canada

#1 Seed: Sean Rash from Montgomery, IL.

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