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L-P’s Stubler wins state, sets records

IHSA State Bowling

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017 4:20 p.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017 4:23 p.m. CDT
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L-P senior Nate Stubler, pictured with his dad and coach, Bob, won the IHSA State Bowling championship.

O’FALLON — LaSalle-Peru’s Nate Stubler didn’t just win the IHSA State Bowling Championship. He crushed the field and set state and national records in the process.

The L-P senior topped the field by 308 pins, rolling two 300 games in the process at St. Clair Bowl in downstate O’Fallon. He is the first bowler to ever throw back-to-back 300 games at state.

Stubler compiled a 3,116 series over 12 games, topping the IHSA record of 3,011 set in 2015. He also set a state record with his 1,642 series on Day 1 and national records for his 1,137 four-game total and his 1,415 five-game total.

Stubler, who is coached by his father, Bob, carried a a 259.7 average, the best ever thrown in the IHSA state tournament.

Runner-up Clayton Hartman of Collinsville had a 2,808 series and 234 average.

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