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Adler, 15, bowls 300
Courier Sports Staff
Friday, April 25, 2014 11:00 AM
Brady Adler bowls 300 game during Ten Pen youth league (Submitted photo)
Local youth bowler Brady Adler rolled a little slice of perfection last month at Ten Pin Alley when he bowled a perfect 300 game while competing the youth league there.
Adler, a 15-year-old freshman at Madison Consolidated High School, said he never got nervous until about the eighth or ninth frame but he then battled jitters strike after strike the rest of the way.
"I got a little shaky but in the end I just went up there and threw it the way I had been," Adler said of the closing frames. "After it's all over you just feel relieved.
"I guess I was a little lucky," the 200-average bowler added.
in the best previous game was a 289 so he's been on a roll before but nothing like the 300 game.
League officials said Adler, the son of Chuck Adler and Beth Truesdale, is the youngest to bowl a 300 in the league or at Ten Pen Alley.
In addition to bowling in the youth league, Adler also competes for Madison's high school's bowling team and plays high school baseball in the spring.
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