Anyone who has ever bowled has probably wondered what it would be like to toss a perfect game. It`s a sensation reserved for only the planet`s best bowlers, a fraternity that 15-year-old Gabriel Marsh is now a member of. A perfect game requires 10 frames of nothing but strikes. Joplin teen Gabe Marsh had cleared the first nine unscathed and nerves did not get in the way of Marsh`s perfect game. He fired his final strike on Saturday night during a league match, surrounded by friends. That 300 game is an incredible accomplishment for any bowler, in fact a lot of professionals never reach this milestone. Making this story even more interesting is the fact that Gabe has only been bowling for 2 and a half years and it all started as a favor to one of his friends. So after ditching the house ball Gabe is now rolling his rock with the best of them and someday he might be doing this for a living.