The Indian bowling team competed in the Sacred Heart quadrangular at All Star Lanes in Salina on Thursday.
The girls’ team took second, shooting 2,061, just six pins shy of Junction City who won it with 2,067. Hayden finished third.
The Lady Indians were led by sophomore Krystyn Winiecki, who won the tournament by shooting a career-high 590. Meghan Dooley shot a 559, Miranda Dooley shot a 485, Andrea Miller shot a 410, and Katherine Eimer rounded out the scoring with a 383.
On the boys’ side, the team finished a distant second to Sacred Heart, who shot a 2,700 to win its home tournament. The Indians’ team score was 2,515, just four pins less than their season average thus far. Sacred Heart had two bowlers shoot a 700 series on the day, including a perfect 300 game and a 758.
Leading the way for the Indians was senior Alex Murph, who shot a 636. Shon Eakes shot a 623, including a solid 258 in his first game. Alex Huerta shot 556, Gerad Vanhoosier a 565, Tucker Reffitt a 586 and AJ Cabanatuan a 541.
The Indians have some time off before traveling to Topeka and bowling at the Gage Center on Feb. 11.