Henry Anderson looks to become Durango’s next pool shark

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Henry Anderson looks to become Durango’s next pool shark

Eighth grader gunning for junior national billiards title
Twelve-year-old billiards player Henry Anderson of Durango says the next skill he wants to acquire is mastering the diamonds on the rails of the pool table to “play the angles.”
Henry Anderson, 12, a national ranked billiards player, will be taking his game on the road later this month in Las Vegas for the Junior National 9-Ball Championships. Anderson won the Albuquerque regional last month.
Henry Anderson will be honored in Las Vegas by the BEF Academic All-American for having a grade point average of above a 3.0.
Henry Anderson shows off his gear. It’s not unusual for him to practice for five or six hours certain days.

Henry Anderson looks to become Durango’s next pool shark

Twelve-year-old billiards player Henry Anderson of Durango says the next skill he wants to acquire is mastering the diamonds on the rails of the pool table to “play the angles.”
Henry Anderson, 12, a national ranked billiards player, will be taking his game on the road later this month in Las Vegas for the Junior National 9-Ball Championships. Anderson won the Albuquerque regional last month.
Henry Anderson will be honored in Las Vegas by the BEF Academic All-American for having a grade point average of above a 3.0.
Henry Anderson shows off his gear. It’s not unusual for him to practice for five or six hours certain days.
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