Michael Tang of San Francisco, Calif., and 2018 World Youth Championships Singles bronze medallist, Abdulrahman Alkheliwi of Saudi Arabia, who were also in the top bracket last night, slipped out into 11th and 12th positions with 2203 and 2186 respectively.
Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., rolled the tournament's third perfect game to make the cut in 15th position with 2179. Lavoie shot the fourth 300 at the same squad. Thai youth Kunakorn Ponganekkul rolled the first 300 and Timmy Tan of Malaysia the second 300.
Other notable qualifiers were Bill O'Neill (13th-2185), Chris Via (14th-2183), Liz Johnson (16th-2178), Osku Palermaa (17th-2175) and Sean Rash (18th-2173). 2018 Asian Games Team silver medallist, Natasha Roslan of Malaysia, headed the third bracket with 2147.
At press time, the cut at 37th position went to Team USA member, Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas with 2128. Last night's cut was at 2110 and just after three squads completed and with six remaining, the cut could increase by another 20 pins or more making it to be around 2150.