Minnesota teen with autism bowls perfect game
For anyone, bowling a perfect game would be a memorable moment. But for Scott Rike, it means more than for most. The 18-year-old started bowling a few years ago because as someone on the autism spectrum, he wanted a sport he could participate in that doesn't require any contact. His parents say he improves his skills by watching videos of professional bowlers on YouTube, and he loves both the camaraderie and competition of bowling in a league once a week.