Biebow bowls perfect game

It was a moment 26 years in the making, and after Chad Biebow let loose the 12th ball of a perfect game Sept. 19, it looked like it might end with a ‘baby split’ — with the No. 3 and No. 10 pins still standing. When they went down, it marked a first for Biebow, who has bowled in the Camas Lanes Thursday Night men’s league for 24 years. In 2016, Louie Serrano bowled the house’s first ever 300, but Biebow became the first who came up mainly through Camas Lanes make 12 strikes in 10 frames, Brenda McRoberts told the Free Press. Biebow told the paper he’d rather not say too much about it. “Just put that I learned everything I know from Doug McRoberts,” he said.

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