Kai Struthers, a 10-year-old from New Jersey, loves to bowl and is sure excellent at it. Kai just set a new record as the youngest bowler in the State to score a perfect game. He is the second 10-year-old in the country to achieve such a feat.
Reports from ABC 7 say that the young boy turned Lindey Bowling Alley upside down after hitting a perfect bowling score last Saturday. His mother, Sharonda Struthers said she had to walk away to prevent her son from seeing her emotions and getting distracted as he stepped up to the ninth frame. According to her, her stomach was literally in knots. She went on to explain that Kai is from a longtime of bowlers and had started bowling at age 4.
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Kenny Reece, Kai’s father, described him as cool, reserved, calm, and collected. He said these traits helped him keep his emotions in check while bowling, taking a load of pressure off his shoulders. His mom has tagged his skill as a God-given talent which has blossomed in him at a tender age.
A lot of colleges and high schools are already reaching out to his parents even though, technically, he has to wait till his 18 to go pro.