North Branch adapted bowling

Sophomore Chad Bauman prepares to release a bowling ball during the North Branch adaptive bowling team’s home match against Cambridge-Isanti last Friday. Bauman earned the high score of the day at 464 for the cognitively-impaired division, while senior Tayler Dyrda totaled the high score for the physically-impaired division with a 456. The Vikings won the [...]

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The North Branch adapted bowling team has completed its regular season and is headed for the State championships. On May 3 the team competed against Fergus Falls at JJ’s Bowling Lanes in North Branch. The CI (cognitive impairment) team, with members Jade Anderson, Chad Bauman, Dakota Burgeson, Joy Edyvean and Ashley Novak, scored 1,516 to [...]

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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 [...]

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Adapted bowling, the only spring sport going this season, finally fell victim to the winter weather that has plagued the area. Last Friday’s adapted bowling meet was postponed when North Branch schools closed due to the winter storm. Coach John Grund said it was the first time in his nine years of coaching that a [...]

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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). [...]

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By Victoria Dahlin For the second consecutive year the North Branch adapted bowling PI (physical impairment) team won State Champion Runner-up with individuals earning medals in the State Adapted Bowling Championships. The PI team accumulated 1644 points to place ahead of St. Paul Highland Park (1630), Simley/Inver Grove Heights (1609), Albany (1538), Minneapolis South (1498) [...]

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