Congratulations: 10-Year-Old Boy Bowls A Perfect Game Over the weekend, Kai Struthers became the second youngest person in the country to bowl a perfect 300-point game.
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Congratulations: 10-Year-Old Boy Bowls A Perfect Game

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Congratulations: 10-Year-Old Boy Bowls A Perfect Game

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. When was the last time you went bowling? Maybe you got a few strikes and were pretty happy with yourself because bowling a strike every time is hard - right? - which is why Kai Struthers' family is so excited. Kai, who is just 10 years old, became the second youngest person in the country to bowl a perfect 300-point game. His coach said when he doesn't have a bowling ball in his hand, Kai is just a regular 10 year old, but when he does, he is bowling perfection. It's MORNING EDITION.

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