NORTH BEND, Ore. -- Some are calling him 'Mr. 300.'
A North Bend teenager is now the youngest person to ever bowl a perfect game on the south coast.
Michael Villers bowled the perfect game last summer when he was 12, and friends and family inducted him into the bay area's Bowling Hall of Fame on Monday.
Villers says he is proud to carry his new title. "(I'm) Excited, happy, surprised. It's hard to explain," he said. "Practice, lots and lots of practice."
In addition to local fame, Villers was given a large championship style ring.