PIKEVILLE, Ky. – Top-ranked University of Pikeville took the championship in the Bulldog Classic last weekend in Barbourville.
The UPIKE A team won the event, posting a total of 6,841. That was 470 pins ahead of second-place Campbellsville A, which came in second.
UPIKE B came in fourth while UPIKE C was sixth.
Pikeville senior Megan Kyle took medalist honors in the event, finishing with a five-game average of 1,051. She was the only bowler in the event to average above 200 and finished 53 pins ahead of Devona Meyers of St. Catharine, who was second.
Senior Natasha Martin came in sixth, posting a total score of 914. Sophomore Alexis Vescovo finished 11th the tournament with a five-game total of 872.
Sophomore Rebekah Wilhelm was 15th overall, scoring 863 over five games. Freshman Brianna Larson was 17th with a score of 836, with junior Brandy Hensley finishing 20th with a total of 797, a score she posted over only four games.
Hensley, a native of Corpus Christi, Texas, was the top finisher among those who bowled fewer than five games.
Pikeville will be back in action on Feb. 12 in the Thomas Burris Memorial, to be held in Lexington.