The North Branch adapted bowling teams competed against Spring Lake Park Friday, April 13 with Iman Omar racking up a score of 547 to take first place and set a school record for girls PI (physical impairment) bowlers, smashing that record by 70 pins. This is also the highest score ever bowled by a North Branch adapted bowler in either division PI or CI including boys and girls. PI teammates Tayler Dyrda placed third (402) and Chelsea Knutso fifth. (374). Charles Otto won the boys PI division with a score of 407. Cheyenne Underdahl scored 388 in the girls CI (cognitive impairment) division to earn first place, while Jade Anderson came in third (379) and Ashley Novak fourth (372). Matt Winber took first with a score of 410 in the boys CI division, while Trevor Klein tied for second (398), Matt Rogers tied for fourth (372) and Aaron Wahlstrom finished eighth (245). Mankato West also competed that day, but scores are not yet available for that matchup.
In the first meet of the season held Thursday, April 5 versus Alexandria, Knutson won with a score of 380 and Dyrda came in fourth (315). Klein placed third (397) and Winberg fourth (373). Underdahl finished fourth with a score of 304. On that same date versus St. Peter, Knutson placed third (380) and Dyrda fourth (315). Klein came in third (397) and Winberg fifth (373). Underdahl finished sixth with a score of 304.