The team is still a young one, with seniors Andrew Forget, Nate Tuller and Zachery Clark, sophomore Dylon Bridges, freshman Cole Cragle and eighth-grader Aaryn Clark rounding out the list of returning starters. Sophomore newcomer Dale St. Germaine is a projected starter.
The Indians have some depth, with eight returning bowlers on the roster, including two key performers in seniors Brittany Bushey and Morgan Reyell, who are multiple year competitors on the all-Section VII team.
Senior Chelsea Whitney, junior Karri Kusalonis and senior Reanne Shields-King round out the list of starters this season for Peru, which has been runner-up to Beekmantown the last couple of years in sectional play.
Jonathan Bowman, Dylon Bridges, Aaryn Clark, Zackery Clark, Cole Cragle, Andrew Forget, Keegan Kemp, Kyle Mendofik, Nate Tuller, Tyler Irwin, Nick Abagus, Avery Torrance.
Dale St. Germaine, Jared Lucas.
Steff Farrell, Laura Rock, Briaunna Varno.
Abbey Boudrieau, Brittany Bushey, Chelsea Whitney, Karri Kusalonis, Katie Clark, Morgan Reyell, Reanne Shields-King, Taylor Whitney.
Lynnie Brier, Madison Cragle, Meghan Burgess, Samantha Boynton.
The Hornets return one of the best bowlers in the CVAC in senior Josh Shaffer. Seniors Henry Hill and Harley LaDuke are also returning seniors who will be counted on, as well as senior newcomer Nick Dodd.
Other returning bowlers who will start include seniors Josh Levasseur and Matt Stevens, junior Christian Donavan, and sophomores Alex Varnell and Jacob Fox. Freshman Hunter Marbut is a varsity newcomer who is projected to start.
Depth is a concern on both the boys’ and girls’ teams, with many first-year bowlers on the rosters.
Emily Rohrig is the lone senior on the girls’ team, which will also include junior Brooke Marbut as a returning starter. However, the rest of the starting unit will include a returning junior in Gabby Parrotte, a returning eighth-grader in Jessica Shaffer and an eighth-grade varsity newcomer in Nikita Stiffler.