By Newday’s Peter Kersich:
A bad game doesn’t mean a thing when your name is Memphis Ling.
After throwing a 279 in Game 1 on Thursday at the CHSAA boys bowling individual championship, Ling struggled in Game 2 and rolled a 137. The Kellenberg junior went from having a 31-pin advantage to trailing the leader by 28 pins.
“I evaluated what I did wrong in the second game and tried to learn from my mistakes,” Ling said, as he prepared for Game 3. “In the final game I was able to utilize the right ball, make some adjustments on the lane and get the results that I was looking for.”
Ling tossed seven strikes in a 246 Game 3 to finish with a 662 series and captured the CHSAA title at Bowlero Melville.
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