Adapted bowling springs into action

Even with the poor spring weather, the North Branch adapted bowling team is on a roll.

In the first meet of the season, freshman Chelsea Knutson took first place in the girls PI (physical impairment) division with a high score of 445; juniors Alana Stahley came in fourth (354) and Tayler Dyrda placed sixth (333).

Junior Charles Otto rolled a score of 406 to win the boys PI division.

In the girls CI (cognitive impairment) division, eighth grader Jade Anderson placed fifth (374), junior Ashley Novak eighth (369), seventh grader Joy Edyvean 10th (358) and seventh grader Marie Rogde 11th (314).

Freshman Chad Bauman took first place in the boys CI division with a 418, while fellow ninth-grader Dakota Burgeson rolled a 375 to earn second place.

“The teams were very evenly matched,” coach John Grund said. “It was a great first match of the year against Cambridge. The girls CI division was the most competitive division of the day.”

The North Branch adapted bowling team will face Cambridge-Isanti at Junction Bowl in Isanti at 9 a.m. Friday, April 19.

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