Sunday, November 25, 2018 – South China Athletic Association Bowling Center, Hong Kong, China, SAR
Ray San Nicolas currently sits in ninth place after the completion of the first day of singles event. With two squads remaining, San Nicolas’ 1287 six games total is the highest amongst the four Guam bowlers who competed in the first day of the World Bowling Men’s Championship being contested in Hong Kong’s South China Athletic Association Bowling Center.
San Nicolas opened the block with a 243 game in second place before slipping to fifth overall in the first squad with games of 206, 192, 248, 179 and 219. Professional Bowlers Andrew Anderson and Kyle Troup of Team USA lead the field followed by Malaysia’s Muhammad Rafiq Ismail and Finland’s Niko Oksanen.
Jay Leon Guerrero and Gregory Borja take to the lanes at 9:00 a.m. HKST in squad three on Monday, November 26, 2018. Members of Team Guam include Jeremiah Camacho, Aaron Elliott and Michael Gadia.