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The PBA League will have a first-time champion in 2019 after the L.A. X and Portland Lumberjacks advanced to Thursday night’s championship.
Five-time PBA champion Ryan Shafer was the top qualifier Wednesday as the field was narrowed at the 2019 PBA50 South Shore Open.
The 2019 PBA League bracket got underway Tuesday night at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine, as four teams advanced and four were eliminated.
Fresh off his victory in Minnesota, Brian LeClair found his way to the top of the leaderboard after the opening round of qualifying Tuesday at the 2019 PBA50 South Shore Open.
Shawn Maldonado was forced to withdraw from the 2019 PBA League on Monday due to an injured hamstring. The Philadelphia Hitmen have replaced him with Jake Peters.
The Motown Muscle earned the top seed for this week’s PBA League competition by topping the eight-team field in a seeding round Monday at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine.
Note: The seeding round has concluded and results can be found here.
The PBA50 Tour heads to Hammond, Indiana, this week for the first of two stops in the Hoosier State as the PBA50 South Shore Open kicks off Tuesday.
The PBA returns to Portland, Maine, for the annual PBA League competition, which begins Monday and features all of the PBA’s biggest names.
Brian LeClair won his fourth career PBA50 Tour title Friday by defeating PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber in the championship match of the 2019 PBA50 River City Extreme Open.