After describing himself as a “baseball and basketball man” in his youth, Antich let fly at the tenpins lane.  -  Photo: Automotive Fleet Staff

After describing himself as a “baseball and basketball man” in his youth, Antich let fly at the tenpins lane.

Photo: Automotive Fleet Staff

In an extreme display of athletic prowess, Automotive Fleet associate publisher, editor, and worldwide fleet guru Mike Antich struck a spare early in the evening as the sun set on day 1 of NAFA’s annual conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Surprising no one, Antich stepped to the line, grabbed a round tenpin ball, told his gathered teammates and Wheels | Donlen opponents to “watch this and try to learn a thing or two,” and  promptly delivered a lightning bolt down the alley, scattering all but the 5 and 8 pins before queuing up another masterful shot as the echoes of the flying pins clattered around the bar.

Rubbing his hands to clear them of any dust and grease, Antich sat down and awaited his next round. “Nice party,” he noted to those in attendance, “I like this game.”

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