The North Bend High School bowling crew is made a beeline for the public competition.
The Bulldogs got approval in the wake of setting second in a Covid-modified state competition this year.
North Bend will be going toward 32 groups from the country over.
This is the first run through the Bulldogs have gone to nationals, and their objective is to win everything.
Getting to this point has not been simple in light of the pandemic.
“Last year they had the bowling alley shut down and we were rehearsing with plastic bowling balls, cover mat as a path, and we were rehearsing out in the back parking garage,” reviewed North Bend bowling trainer, Rod Duryee. “As of late, as everyone knows, they’ve eased up on a great deal of limitations so our young men are inside any time currently bowling.”
Subsequent to putting second in a Covid-changed state competition, the North Bend bowling crew is set for nationals in 2021. (SBG)
With the difficult work and commitment put in by his group and a great deal of help from the local area, he’s eager to see the Bulldogs get an opportunity to go after a public title.
North Bend is the primary group from Oregon to go to nationals.