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On a roll: NC secondary school graduate acquires school bowling grant

On a roll: NC secondary school graduate acquires school bowling grant

Greensboro’s Spencer Fleming is having some fantastic luck.

He acquired a school grant for bowling. In the wake of moving on from Page High School this month, he’ll head off to William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa: one of the top bowling programs in the NAIA division.

“It’s extremely energizing to know I’m one bit nearer to making my fantasy a reality,” Spencer said.

His fantasy is to make it to the PBA visit one day.

A couple of years prior, Spencer got his beginning in the nearby youth program at Triad Lanes in Greensboro.

“He’s not hesitant to place shortly of work,” said volunteer mentor Monroe Jones. “With his enthusiasm and his diligent effort, he has a grant currently, so he’s been a model and a motivation to the remainder of the children in our program.”

He won the 2018 Greater Greensboro City Championship, completed eighth in the whole state in 2019, his high game is 279 and his present normal is around 195.

Spencer says bowling has given him certainty and showed him difficult work and persistence.

“The young program was exceptionally significant and instrumental in assisting me with getting this point,” Spencer said. “Having that climate with companions hanging over here on the ends of the week the entire day. It made my adoration for bowling significantly more grounded.”

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