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Adapted Bowling: Alexandria competes with Fergus Falls

Sebastian Billings leads the way in ASD Singles with a series of 422.

Sebastian Billings
Alexandria's Sebastian Billings bowls during the Cardinals season opener on March 31, 2022. Billings rolled a series of 422 against Fergus Falls in April.
Eric Morken / Alexandria Echo Press

The Alexandria adapted bowling team recently faced Fergus Falls where Alexandria got a team-high series score of 422 from Sebastian Billings in ASD singles.

In the CI singles, Logan Usher rolled a series of 372, while Zecheriah Davidson rolled a series of 385 and Hannah Johnson rolled a series of 393.

Usher, Davidson, Johnson and Kassidy Lea combined for a score of 1,543 as a CI team. That was good for a win over the foursome from Fergus Falls, who combined for a 1,466.

In the ASD singles, Billings had a big night with the 422, while Joe Mello rolled a series of 399. John Hanson rolled a series of 368 while Marc Maagard and Morrigan Reinke each had a 359. Lizzie Floden rolled a series of 357, Montana Hinnenkamp a 352 and Alexander Billings rolled a series of 351.

Sam Stuve covers a variety of sports in the Douglas County area. He also is assigned to do some news stories as well.
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