Rapid City Teenage Bowler Celebrates Back-To-Back 300 Games
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Rapid City teenage bowler Carter Banning is celebrating a remarkable achievement — back-to-back 300 games.
The Rapid City Journal reports that the odds of rolling one perfect game are about 11,500 to 1. Seventeen-year-old Banning beat the odds in late April by rolling the consecutive perfect games during a local bowling competition. That's 24 straight strikes.
Records show that only six other bowlers in South Dakota have rolled consecutive 300 games. Banning's previous high score had been a 290.
He says, "When it is your day, it's your day."
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