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, 2019-10-02 15:15:00
Nathan Freihammer, after about seven or eight 298 games, was able to be perfect Sept. 25 in the Tri County League at Great River Bowl.
Nathan, a right-hander, rolled games of 223-300-279 for a 802 series. Bowling for his dad’s business, MT’s on 8th, Nathan left a solid 10-pin in the fifth or sixth frame of the third game to stop him from rolling back-to-back 300s.
When asked if he was nervous at all, Nathan said, “No, not really. I always wanted a 800 more than a 300, and I was lucky to get both.”
Nathan, who is 24 years old, started bowling when he was four or five at Great River Bowl. He now bowls once a week. Fantastic.
Larry Birkedahl had a great night in the Tonite’s The Nite League at Great River Bowl. Larry started with a 279 game, and then added on a 268 before rolling a 300 game for a 847 series. Great bowling.
Brandon Reese came up one pin short with a 299 game in the Rapids Classic League at Great River Bowl. Brandon started with a 247 before his 299, and finished with a 243 for a 789 series.
Jim Moeller started the Tri City League at Great River Bowl slowly with a 162 game. He found his stroke rolling a 299 the second game. Jim finished with a 243 for a 704 series.
Justin Hengel found his timing in the All American League at Southway Bowl. Justin, with a 173 average, rolled games of 231-195-244 for a 670 series, 151 pins over average.
Nick Rosen is enjoying bowling in the Albany Thursday Early League. Nick rolled his first 600 with games of 248-183-191 for a 622 series. He then rolled games of 204-246-257 for a 707 series, his first 700.
Dan Winkelman celebrated his birthday a week early rolling a 255 game, 72 pins over his 183 average in the All American League at Southway Bowl. Dan finished with games of 184 and 200 for a 639 series.
The Central Minnesota High School Bowling League competed at Split Rock Lanes on Saturday.
On the varsity side, Sartell-St. Stephen/Little Falls and Forest Lake/Chisago Lake won both matches to move into a first-place tie with ROCORI/Eden Valley-Watkins with 5-1 records. ROCORI/Eden Valley-Watkins, Sauk Rapids-Rice, Isle/Hinkley-Finlayson and Brainerd/Pillager all split their two matches. St. Cloud Tech and St. Cloud Cathedral/Apollo lost both matches.
Forest Lake’s Braedon Gehrke is off to a great start rolling 65 strikes, 24 spares and one open in 90 frames.
On the junior varsity side, Forest Lake/Chisago Lake 1, Forest Lake/Chisago Lake 2 and St. Cloud Tech went 2-0 for the day. Sartell-St. Stephen/Little Falls, ROCORI/Eden Valley-Watkins, Sauk Rapids-Rice and Brainerd/Pillager all split their two matches. Isle/Hinkley-Finlayson and St. Cloud Cathedral/Apollo went winless. Forest Lake/Chisago Lake 1 & 2 are tied for first place with 6-0 marks while Sartell-St. Stephen/Little Falls is one game back with a 5-1 mark.
The League competes this Saturday, Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. at Jack’s House in Brainerd.
Two area bowlers qualified for the match game portion of this month’s CBA at River City Extreme in Monticello. Waite Park’s Scott Endersbe qualified third and Little Falls’ Henry Trutwin qualified eighth.
Trutwin was in fifth after Match Play and lost in the stepladder finals 204-200 to Kiho Kyun of Plymouth. Kyun lost to Rocky Gonzalez from Plymouth, 204-145. Endersbe then defeated Gonzalez 248-189 and lost to this month’s champion, Chad Nelson from Owatonna, 277-213.
600 Club Banquet
The 400 Club will host the 600 Banquet on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Social hour will be from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and ordering off of the menu or chicken buffet starts at 6:30 p.m. To sign up, contact Shannon Orcutt, Bev Saatzer, Judie Fandel or Julie Kelly.
History: Sept. 23-29, 1959
Times have changed. Kay Salk rolled the highest series for the ladies with a 569 to edge out Bertie Fitzharris, who had a 562. For the men, Jerry Stokke was high with a 665 to edge out Oz Yozamp, who had a 661. Stokke led his Schmidt’s Beer team in the All Star League to the first 3000 series of the year with 3013. Other members were Ray Bernick, Wayne Tank, Ron Hary and Dick Van Beck.
This is the opinion of Times bowling columnist Rick Saatzer. Contact him at email@example.com.
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