I wanted to give a shout out to 21-year old Allen (A.J.) Rice II for his excellent performance in his first-ever Masters. The two-handed, lefty amateur won his first match against Martin Larsen 737-683. He bowled great his second match, but ran into the ultimate buzzsaw, #1 qualifier Wes Malott, and lost 732-668. With barely a rest in between, he faced two-time Masters champion Doug Kent, and lost a close match 698-695. Unfortunately, that's the luck of the draw with the Master tournament. To be the best, you have to beat the best. I am confident that A.J. Rice will have his day, and a promising career awaits him if he chooses to turn pro.
There were lots of other great, memorable matches. For updated results, see http://scores.bowl.com/2013-Masters/2013MastersBrackets.pdf
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