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Dundalk High junior Hunter Machin bowls two perfect games in one weekend

Dundalk High junior Hunter Machin bowled two perfect games this past weekend.
Dundalk High junior Hunter Machin bowled two perfect games this past weekend.(Handout)
Bowling prodigy Hunter Machin, a 16-year-old junior at Dundalk, went into the weekend with 10 perfect 300 games in his career and impressively left with 12.
On Saturday, Machin bowled his 11th perfect game competing in his United States Bowling Congress (USC) sanctioned youth league at Perry Hall Lanes. On Sunday, he bowled his 12th while winning his 15th Junior Bowlers Tour (JBT) title at a tournament hosted by Bristol Pike Lanes in Croydon, Pa.
Machin, who has been bowling for seven years, enjoyed his first 300 game when he was 12 years old. He said the perfect games come when he "is more focused and not distracted. It feels good."
Machin, who also plays football and baseball at Dundalk, was named the 2016 JBT Bowler of the Year. 

His father, Bruce, was a professional bowler and he would like to make it his career as well.

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