Adapted bowlers keep on rolling

Joy Edyvean’s 363 earned her sixth against Cambridge-Isanti and third versus St. Peter. The bowler also was part of the team that placed second to the Bluejackets last week. Photos by Greg Hunt

Joy Edyvean’s 363 earned her sixth against Cambridge-Isanti and third versus St. Peter. The bowler also was part of the team that placed second to the Bluejackets last week. Photos by Greg Hunt

The North Branch adapted bowling team trekked to Junction Bowl in Isanti to face the Cambridge-Isanti team head-on last Friday.

The PI (physical impairment) team of Tayler Dyrda and Chelsea Knutson rolled 399 and 384 for a total of 783 to take first place.

Charles Otto scored a 353 and Alana Stahley, 346, to total 699 — good for third as a team, while Otto earned first place in boys PI singles.

In girls PI singles Dyrda placed second, Knutson third and Stahley fifth.

Chad Bauman came in third (391) and Dakota Burgeson fourth (379) in CI (cognitive impairment) division boys singles.

Marie Rogde finished fifth (381), Joy Edyvean sixth (363), Jade Anderson seventh (359), Cheyenne Underdahl eighth (357) and Ashley Novak 10th (343).

Eighth grader Jade Anderson rolled a score of 359 to place seventh versus Cambridge-Isanti and fourth against St. Peter in the meet at Junction Bowl last Friday.

Eighth grader Jade Anderson rolled a score of 359 to place seventh versus Cambridge-Isanti and fourth against St. Peter in the meet at Junction Bowl last Friday.

The North Branch CI team of Bauman, Burgeson, Edyvean and Rogde rolled a total of 1,514 pins, while Cambridge-Isanti scored 1,701.

The team also exchanged scores in singles competition against St. Peter that same day.

CI boys Bauman won his division, while Burgeson placed third.

Girls CI division bowlers Rogde took first, Edyvean third, Anderson fourth, Underdahl fifth and Novak sixth.

Otto won the boys PI, while Dyrda took first for the girls.

Knutson came in second and Stahley finished third in the girls PI.

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