Atkins rolls perfect game en route to Bowl4Life title

  • icon
  • icon
  • icon
  • icon

KENNER – East Jefferson senior Adam Atkins rolled a perfect 300 game in qualifying, then defeated Ryan Booth in the championship game of the boys under-17 division of the Greater New Orleans Bowl4Life fundraising tournament Saturday at AMF All Star Lanes.

Despite his perfect game – the fourth of his young career – Atkins qualified second to Booth in his division. Booth had a five-game total of 1,222, while Atkins had an 1,186 series.

In the stepladder bracket, fourth-seeded David Brock defeated No. 3 seed Drew Gardner of Brother Martin in the opening match to advance to face Atkins, who won back-to-back matches to claim the title.

In the U17 girls division, Archbishop Chapelle teammates Jessica Ladd and Sarah Rubi faced off in the championship match, with Ladd prevailing. Ladd was the top seed in the bracket after a qualifying total of 1,022.

Dawson Lavergne defeated top-seeded Mason Blount in the U20 boys final, while Gabrielle Gautreaux defeated Bonnabel’s Alahna DeGruy in the U20 girls championship match.

The under-15 winners were Joseph Lemoine and Jayden Hauck, while Gunner Foret and Alyssa Hunn won the U12 divisions.

Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Bowl4Life Foundation, whose mission is to grow the sport of bowling by assisting people of all ages to improve their skill level and knowledge of the game. The Foundation has awarded more than $75,000 in scholarships to youth bowlers.

  • < PREV Tulane breaks preseason camp, readies for Thursday opener
  • NEXT > New Orleans-area Little League team comes up huge on biggest stage