The Seven (7) "Plays" of THE STUDENT-ATHLETE PLAYBOOK!

The Seven (7) "Plays" of THE STUDENT-ATHLETE PLAYBOOK!
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*Thoughts from Coach Brown

From time to time, I like to highlight young athletes that excel in sports that don't get a lot of publicity. This blog is highlighting an outstanding bowler from Oswego, IL.

I went bowling 2-weeks ago and I bowled a 133 with the gutter rails up. Before you start laughing, the guards were not for me. I had a 6 year old and a 7 year old with me, so we as adults wanted to make sure they had a good experience, but none-the-less, I bowled a 133 which was the best score in our group. The young man I'm about to introduce you to should have been present to give all of us some pointers.


*Edited by Alexandra Fenwick (Sports Illustrated - Scorecard (Faces in the Crowd); Jan. 10, 2011; pg. 24)

A.J. Johnson, a senior at Oswego High, bowled four perfect games in less than a month to set a single-season state record. He rolled his fourth 300 game against Plainfield East High at Parkside Lanes in Aurora to set another state record: 857 pins out of a possible 900 in a three-game series. A.J. was on the AAU Junior Olympic team that won gold in Virginia Beach in August.

Coach Brown's Thoughts:

Now that's a baller, uhmmm, I mean a bowler!!! Keep knocking them down A.J.!!!

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