Central girls win tourney

Staff Reports

The Central seventh-grade girls basketball team won the Central Invitational.

Central downed Edinburgh 53-13, Brown County 51-20 and St. Peter’s 50-11.

Against Edinburgh, Riley Eder had 11 points, Shelbie Hollman scored nine, Brooke Bruin and Ciera Simpson each put up six points, and Sydney Kimbler had five.

Against Brown County, Kimbler, Makayla Reeves and Bruin each scored eight points for Central, while Eder scored seven and Hollman had five.

Against St. Peter’s in the title game, Eder led the way with eight, Kaylyn Bates added five, and Kimbler, Bruin, Kaitlyn Dougherty and Makayla Hensley each scored four.

St. Bartholomew soars

St. Bartholomew’s sixth-grade boys team downed Brown County 39-33 as Luke Golding lit up the scoreboard with 28 points.

Kyle Carlson added eight points for St. Bartholomew. Golding had eight rebounds, and Michael Gambaiani had seven rebounds.

St. Bartholomew also defeated Hope 22-13 as Carlson scored 16 points and Golding had six points.

In a third game, St. Bartholomew defeated St. Mary’s 36-15 as Carlson had 15 points and Golding scored 11.

Jets handle Eastern Hancock

The Hauser seventh-grade boys basketball team downed Eastern Hancock 48-26 as Trey Johnson led the way with 13 points. Parker Eickbush added 10 points, Sam Johnson had nine, Keagan Miller tallied seven and John Bragg added six for the Jets.

Central notches win

The eighth-grade Central boys team downed St. Bartholomew 28-21 as Nash Murphy led the winners with nine points and Zach Pierce scored eight. Also for Central, Julian Greenwell had five points, while Jacob Felicijan and Kenton Kammon each had three. For St. Bartholomew, N. Schiavello had nine points, while C. Wischmeier and S. Wilderson each had five.

The seventh-grade Central boys team defeated St. Bartholomew 26-22 as Lance Greiwe scored 13 points to spark the win. Logan Kaiser had five points and Braeden Ziegler scored three. For St. Bartholomew, Shawn Tyler and Nicholas Schiavello each had 11 points.

Jennings has solid game

The Jennings County boys seventh-grade Blue boys team defeated Madison 30-28 as Logan James scored 11 points and Rythm Patel added 10 points. Lance Bailey had four points for the winners.

The same team came back with a 43-40 victory against Seymour. Patel had a huge game with 17 points, while Adam Leach added seven points, James had six and Joey Dulong had five, including the winning basket in overtime.

The seventh-grade boys White team lost to Bedford Middle School 62-42 to drop to 6-12 on the season. They also dropped a 49-31 decision to Northside.

In other Jennings County action, the eighth-grade boys Blue team dropped a 51-25 decision to Madison to fall to 6-11 on the season.

The eighth-grade boys White team lost to Northside 55-29. Josh Pettit had 13 points for Jennings County.

The eighth-grade girls Blue team lost 28-15 to Northside. Madi Skinner and Brooke Ernstes each scored six points for Jennings County, which is now 4-9.

The seventh-grade girls White team downed Waldron 32-20 as Hanah Bertram led the way with 10 points and Baylee Byford had eight. Abi Vogel scored seven points for Jennings County. That squad also downed Onlitie 33-17 as Kerrigan Moore scored 11 points and Bertram had 10. Vogel and Grace Taylor each had four points.

The eighth-grade girls White team defeated Batchelor 42-27 to raise its record to 12-3. Alana Daeger led the way with 10 points, while Madi Skinner had seven and Mary Leahigh added six. Kylee Matern scored five for Jennings County, and Callie Wilder, Gabby Mahoney and Morgan Jones each had four.


Jennings earns wins

Jennings County downed Seymour 68-43 in seventh-eighth grade action.

Winning for Jennings County were Dathan Malone, Keagen Craig, Takota Grigsby, Zane Law, Joey Moran, Justin Brogdon, Nick South, Trenton Stuckwisch, Hunter Dickmeyer, Brooks Wathen, Tennessee Henry, Josh Walters, BRandon McGuire and Nathaniel McDonald. Reserve winners for Jennings County were Blake Hardesty, Crayton Morrison, Logan Askew, Jake Coffman, Mason Coffey and Hunter Bays.

Jennings County also defeated Greensburg 79-46.

Winners for Jennings County were Treagen Johnson, Keagen Craig, Zane Law, Joey Moran, Cameron Woodard, Blake Skinner, Nick South, Crayton Morrison, Tyler Ellis, Brooks Wathen, Tennessee Henry, Damon Burton, Quinton Houshour and Brandon McGuire. Reserve winners were Lance Machino, Rusty Vaughn and Ethan Mathews.


Big scores in league play

Dave York captured high-game honors with a 265 in Tuesday Men’s $5,000 To Win League play at the Columbus Bowling Center.

Justin Weichman was next at 259, while Billy Gray rolled a 258.

Brian Phillips had the high series of 731, followed by Steve Schroyer at 710 and Richard Baldwin at 707. Whitts Roofing had the high team game of 1,322, and Clifty Creek Golf Course had the high series of 3,657.

Poynter GM leads the standings at 124-52, followed by EnviroTest at 118-58 and Team No. 17 at 114-62.

In Wednesday Night Mixed action, Melvin Roberts Jr. rolled the high game of 277, while Steve Phillips was next at 249 and Jeff Brown and Rick Gearhart tied for third with a pair of 217s.

Phillips had the high series of 646, followed by Richard Baldwin and Charles Roberts at 611.

On the women’s side, Vera Powers had the high game of 210, while Katie Jessup and Sarah Jessup each shot 190. Sarah Jessup had the high series of 537, followed by Powers at 531 and Bonnie Roberts and Katie Jessup at 526.

Bi-Polar Rollers had the high team game of 855, and Kramers had the high team series of 2,436.

Aces & 8s leads the standings at 104-56, followed by Bar Nuts at 93-67 and Ramm Rods at 92-68.

Wes Sullivan had the high series in Merry Mixers action with a 653, followed by Fred Burton at 652 and Vern Phillips at 626. Jackie Burton led the women with a 604 series, while Corey Behymer shot 602 and Shannon Antcliff rolled a 596.

In Sunday Night Mixed action, Thomas Wilson shot the high game of 247, followed by Ron Lynn at 233 and Luther Johnson at 225. Steve Sebastian rolled the high series of 667, followed by Toby Burton at 653 and Rick Wilson Jr. at 642.

On the women’s side, Ashlynn Branum had the high game of 188, followed by Shanna Wilson at 178 and Nikki Lynn at 172. Kerry Walker rolled the high series of 554, followed by Jessica Davis at 514 and Janet Acton at 474.

In Thursday Ladies Matinee play, Carol Baldwin had the high series of 537, followed by Lu Kinman at 503 and Leda Dean at 399. Baldwin rolled the high game of 215, while Kinman had a 179 and Rosemary Hull rolled a 147.

The Pin Seekers had the high team series of 1,813 and the high team game of 630. Heaven Bound leads the standings at 86-74, followed by Chillin Out and Pin Seekers at 82-78.

Steve Phillips shot 679 for the high series in Monday Night Church League action. Jim Fields rolled a 664, followed by Charles Miller at 648, John Nichols at 646, Steve Shroyer at 633, John Zieleniuk at 624, Everett Herron at 605, Vern Phillips at 597, Richard Crouch at 580 and Mike Buzzard at 579.

In Tuesday Night Ladies League action, Kathy Lentz had the high series of 536, while Roberta Phillips rolled a 535, Pat Franklin and Traci Petro each rolled a 534, and Bev Crussel had a 532.

Crussel had the high game of 214, followed by Petro at 204, Jackie Burton at 198, Irene Sorrells at 197 and Amy Gilkam at 196.

Toad’em So had the high team game of 1,024 and the high team series of 2,872. CBC leads the standings at 134-34, followed by Burton Hydraulic at 128-40 and Toad’em So at 112-56.

In Senior Men’s League action, Steve Phillips had the high score of 267, followed by Dave Mikels at 253, Scott Crowder at 235, John Zieleniuk at 229 and Jim Fields at 228.

Phillips had the high series of 738, followed by Zieleniuk at 670, Mikels at 659, Fields at 651 and Rick Riggle at 600.

The Falcons rolled the high handicap series of 3,039. The Pumas lead the standings at 90-62, followed by the Tigers at 88-64 and the Cougars at 80-72.


Monster shock for Rock Pile

The Rock Pile suffered the first blemish on its record as Monsters of Rock managed a 1-1 tie.

Tom Kubat scored for Monsters of Rock, while Matt Street had the goal for The Rock Pile, which is 9-0-1.

Our Name is Earl held second place with a 3-2 win against CCA Kutters. Ryan Putnam scored twice for Our Name if Earl, while Ryan Gray tallied once. Rob Luck and James Schnable scored goals for Kutters.

Hansons downed Yoopers 4-3 as Matt Psota scored twice and Keith Henry and John Lane each tallied once. Ryan Ingalls scored twice and Ryan Siefring once for Yoopers. Toyota Renegades picked up their second win with a 6-4 decision against Flying Zambonis. Jimmy Robertson had a hat trick which Greg McNealy, Erich Miller and Shawn Rose each scored once.

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