New Jersey boy becomes the youngest person in the state to bowl a perfect game

A New Jersey 10-year-old has become the second youngest person to bowl a perfect 300 at a bowling alley in the United States. Kai Struthers, who first showed an interest in bowling at only 18 months old, rolled a perfect 300 score Saturday at the Linden Bowling Alley in New Jersey. His mother, Sharonda Struthers, said her son first started bowling in a league when he was 4 and became serious about turning his hobby into a passion two years ago. Kai said his aim to one day become a professional bowler.

His mother said high schools and colleges have already begun scouting the young bowler. The U.S. Bowling Congress said Hannah Diem of Seminole, Florida, became the youngest person in the United States to bowl a perfect game when she rolled a 300 at Liberty Lanes in Largo, Florida, at the age of 9 years, 6 months and 19 days in November 2013.