A 10-year-old boy became one of the youngest bowlers to score a perfect game.
Kai Struthers became the youngest in New Jersey and second-youngest in the country to bowl a perfect game when he scored a 300 Saturday at Linden Bowling Alley, WABC reported.
"It's just like this God-given talent, it just blossomed in him and he has just been phenomenal," his mother, Sharonda Struthers, told WABC.
Kai Struthers comes from a family of bowlers and started going to bowling alleys with his mother when he was 4 or 5 years old, WABC reported.
“The most superior attitude of a 10-year-old I've ever seen as a bowler,” his coach, Guy Reid, told WABC. “Now when he doesn't have a bowling ball in his hand, he's 10 years old.”
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