Most of us realize our athletic primes during our high school days. Others blossom during their college years or during their twenties. A few of us hit a peak in our thirties.
Bill Kesler waited until he was in his nineties before becoming the big man on campus.
Kesler, a 98 year old resident of the National Elks Home, astounded his peers last week when he rolled five straight strikes in competition at the AMF Lynchburg Lanes.
The ?Five Bagger? helped push Kesler to a one-game score of 184.