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(Oct. 31) - A Michigan bowler achieved his lifelong dream of rolling a perfect 300 game, then collapsed and died, a local television station reported Friday.

Don Doane, 62, suffered an apparent heart attack minutes after his great triumph at the Ravenna Bowl in Ravenna, Mich., WZZM reported. His teammates said they believed the pressure of bowling 12 straight strikes was just too much for his heart.

Just moments before, he had been high-fiving teammates.

"Don just collapsed," bowling alley owner Jim Nutt told the television station. "At first we thought he had just fainted."

Doane had been a member of the Nutt Farm bowling team at Ravenna Bowl for 45 years.

"It was like a book, a final chapter," teammate Todd Place told WZZM. "He threw his 300 game with his of his friends, gave each other high-fives and it's like the story ended. He died with a smile on his face."

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http://news.aol.com/health/article/bowler-dies-after-rolling-perfect-game/234243

(Oct. 31) - A Michigan bowler achieved his lifelong dream of rolling a perfect 300 game, then collapsed and died, a local television station reported Friday.

Don Doane, 62, suffered an apparent heart attack minutes after his great triumph at the Ravenna Bowl in Ravenna, Mich., WZZM reported. His teammates said they believed the pressure of bowling 12 straight strikes was just too much for his heart.

Just moments before, he had been high-fiving teammates.

"Don just collapsed," bowling alley owner Jim Nutt told the television station. "At first we thought he had just fainted."

Doane had been a member of the Nutt Farm bowling team at Ravenna Bowl for 45 years.

"It was like a book, a final chapter," teammate Todd Place told WZZM. "He threw his 300 game with his of his friends, gave each other high-fives and it's like the story ended. He died with a smile on his face."

I guess God needed an anchor for his bowling team.

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