If you've been to Franklin Lanes on a given night, you've seen plenty of people on a quest to get the perfect game. Maybe it's not the exact goal we set out for when we lace up our shoes and find the perfect bowling ball, but most bowlers would do the farthest thing from complain if they were to score a 300. Just ask Dwain Sager and Clyde Kendrick, two local bowlers who both scored the coveted 300 last Monday night. Though Sager agreed with a notion made by a 2000 New York
Times article describing the influx of bowlers achieving the feat, he doesn't feel as though it takes much away from his personal achievement.
“Nowadays, you can get all kinds of equipment and bowling balls, but that doesn't change the fact that in order to get a perfect game, you have to bowl the ball perfect for 12 frames,” he said during the mixed league night that takes place on Mondays.