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Interview with North Bend's National High School Bowling Champion Kian Pryor

Published on: 06/23/2022


Mark Mattecheck on Wednesday hosted the North Bend High School Champion Bowlers for a Welcome Home Celebration at North Bend Lanes after being escorted back to town by the North Bend Police Department and North Bend, Coos Bay, and North Bay Fire Departments. Congratulations to Kian Pryor on his First Place performance in Louisville, Kentucky, to win the 2022 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship. It is the second consecutive year our North Bend High School Bulldogs have competed in nationals, with the boy’s team finishing 15th overall. Over 600 students from around the country competed in the tournament. We also want to give a shoutout to all team members who competed in the national tournament. Way to go North Benders! Mayor Jessica Engelke and the North Bend City Council will recognize the National Champs at its 7:00 pm Tuesday, June 28th meeting in Council Chambers, with a big announcement!

Interview with Kian Pryor:

Boy’s Singles Final Results

Kian Pryor (1st)

Jake Newsum (47th)

Beck Kyelberg (86th)

Konnor Jelinek (90th)

Jeremiah Coney (91st)

Jack Burgmeier (195th)

Ryan Duryee (267th)

Steven Wales (275th)

Wyatt Nelson (320th)

Phillip Wales (353rd)

Girl’s Singles Final Results

Jordan Nelson (88th)

Isabella Gerami (230th)


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