Rash will be on the tube Sunday (Bowling)
Professional bowler Sean Rash of Anchorage will be working on ESPN Sunday morning and every pin counts because it could be the difference between winning $7,000 and $25,000.
Rash, of Jewel Lake Bowl fame, is in the semifinals of the PBA Scorpion Championship in Seattle. He will face Mike DeVaney of San Diego in the first final four match at 9 a.m.
First place pays $25,000, second $13,000 and third and fourth each get $7,000.
The Alaskan is gunning for his fifth career PBA title, more than the other three semifinalists combined.
Rash got this far by beating some big-time names, including 34-time champion Pete Weber and reigning PBA Bowler of the Year Wes Malott.
The Dimond High School graduate has a 7-2 record with a 248 average in seven career TV appearances.