(Peru, Neb.) – The Peru State women's bowling team competed Saturday in the Hoosier Classic in Indianapolis. As a first-year competitive team, the Bobcats were able to participate in one of the largest tournaments of the season and learned what it will take to compete on a regular basis against some of the best teams in the Midwest.
                     
Peru State competed in the Baker portion of the tournament where they rolled 25 games in the format where five different bowlers are responsible for two out of the ten frames.
 
The Bobcats finished 31st in the tournament which was won by Lindenwood (Mo.) which finished with a team score of 4,674. Peru State totaled 3,328 pins. Peru State started with a 140 and its two highest games were a 174 and 165.
 
Bowling for the 'Cats were Alena Montoya (Lakewood, Colo.), Alyiah Franco (Syracuse, Utah), Emily Meyer (Sabetha, Kan.), Kassidy Haberman (Sioux Falls, S.D.), and McKinley Cross (Buhler, Kan.).
 
Upcoming Tournaments
 
The Bobcats will be taking part in the Kohawk Invitational this Saturday, Feb. 27, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in the May City Bowl.
 
The following weekend, Peru State will be back in Iowa in Keokuk participating in the Heart of America Athletic Championships on Saturday and Sunday.