In Special Olympics Bowling, Diane Vivian, with a 153 score, led all  female bowlers in Monday night play. She was ahead of Brittany Malmo at 146 and Mary Sandy at 131.

For the men, Scott Malmo and Brian Fournier tied for top spot at 204. Just behind was Mike Vivian at 198 and Shane LeGros at 185.

The Special Olympics use the Kenora Bowling Lanes every Monday night. They also participate in other sports, such as swimming, rhythmic gymnastics and soccer.

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