Kyle Troup has taken over the inaugural PBA All-Star Weekend.

After leading Team Storm to the PBA All-Star Skills Showdown victory on Friday, Troup powered his team of Walter Ray Williams Jr. and reigning Rookie of the Year Cortez Schenck to winning Saturday’s PBA Legacy Cup: Legends and Rising Stars.

Each team consisted of one PBA legend, one current star (who were voted to compete by PBA fans) and one rising star. The event was taped March 7 in the Barn at Phoenix Raceway.

The four legends competing in the PBA Legacy Cup — Williams, Norm Duke, Pete Weber and Parker Bohn III — are the four winningest players alive.

Team WRW defeated Team PDW, featuring Pete Weber, EJ Tackett and Nate Purches, 208-165 in the opening match.

In the other semifinal, Norm Duke made his triumphant return to competitive bowling. Duke, alongside fellow Dallas Striker Bill O’Neill and rising star Anthony Neuer, defeated the team of Parker Bohn III, Tom Daugherty and Deo Benard, 258-222.

After switching from the left lane to the right, the strikers weren’t as easy to come by for Team Duke. Williams, the all-time leader with 47 PBA Tour titles, earned yet another trophy with a 256-209 victory.


A post shared by PBA TOUR (@pbatour)

Following the PBA Legacy Cup title match, the four legends teamed up with fellow PBA Hall of Famer Mike Aulby in an exhibition match against five current PBA All-Stars: Troup, O’Neill, Sean Rash, Tackett and Tommy Jones.

​​Each team attempted 10 shots, two by each player. Neither team was able to take advantage of the Endless 10th Frame rule — in which the 10th frame would continue until a team did not strike — which sent the Battle of the Ages match into extended play.

Yet again, Troup delivered a game-winning strike in the roll-off.

The first-ever PBA All-Star Weekend concludes Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern with the Go Bowling PBA NASCAR Invitational at Phoenix Raceway.

Troup will look to complete the All-Star Weekend sweep and defend his title with NASCAR driver Aric Almirola. Other teams include Darren Tang and Chase Briscoe, Daria Pajak and Daniel Hemric, and Lindsay Boomershine and AJ Allmendinger.

The Checkered Flag Clash will serve as the intermission on Sunday. NASCAR and FOX talents Trevor Bayne, Sheldon Creed, Cole Custer, Leland Honeyman Jr., Jesse Iwuji, Jamie Little, Phil Parsons and Ryan Preece will try to outlast Aulby in the one-ball roll-off competition.

PBA Legacy Cup Results

Match 1: Team WRW def. Team PDW, 208-165
Match 2: Team Duke def. Team PB3, 258-222
Championship: Team WRW def. Team Duke, 256-209

Battle of the Ages

All-Stars def. Legends, 6-6 (1-0)