The Jennings County seventh- and eighth-grade boys track team downed Madison 90-22 to improve its record to 4-0.
Winning for the Panthers were Alex Hendrix in the 110 hurdles, Kyle Collins in the 100, Hendrix in the 1,600, Justin Copeland in the 400, Tyler Henry in the 60, Hendrix in the 800, Collins in the 200 and Shawn Darner in the discus.
Jarod Corya, Jake Corya, Jon Kipper and Collins won the 4X200 relay, Jake Corya, Brooks Wathen, Henry and Collins won the 4X100 relay and Carter Leak, Kipper, Harod Corya and Hendrix won the 4X400 relay.
In another meet, Jennings County downed Northside 66.5-38.5 to move to 5-0.
Wathen won the 110 hurdles, Collins won the 100 and the shot put, Hendrix won the 1,600 and the 800, Jake Corya won the long jump and Jarod Corya won the high jump. Collins set a school record with an 11.78 n the 100.
The Jennings County girls lost to Northside 62-43. Winning for Jennings County were Morgan Jones, Naomi Beal, Izzy Daugherty and Kylee Matern in the 4X100, Matern in the 200, Daeger in the long jump and high jump, and Daeger, Matern, Baylee Byford and Daugherty in the 4X400 relay.
Mixed results for Panthers
The Jennings County middle school team dropped a 129-162 decision to a combined team from Central and Northside at the Rocky Ford Par 3 Course.
Bryce Kirchner was the top scorer for Jennings County with a 36, followed by Peyton Whitehead at 38, Adam Leach at 43, Jake Kirby at 45, Joe Kelley at 48, Keegan Beal at 50, Hunter Conrad at 51 and Nathan Shepherd at 52.
In another match, Jennings County downed Austin 192-248. Leach was the medalist with a 46, followed by Kirby at 47, Conrad at 49 and Whitehead at 50.
High pin counts locally
In Wednesday Night Mixed action, John Zieleniuk shot the high score of 269, followed by Clint Million at 248 and Steve Phillips and Joseph Allen at 246. Phillips had the high series of 719, followed by Million at 699 and Rob Hayes at 676.
On the ladies side, Carolyn Baldwin had the high game of 201, followed by Sarah Jessup at 199 and Star Johnson at 194. Jessup had the high series of 552, followed by Johnson at 550 and Bonnie Roberts at 540.
Kramers had the high team game of 874 and P.J.’s had the high team series of 2,496. P.J.’s leads the standings at 164-92, followed by Beer Nuts at 158-98 and Aces & 8s at 152-104.
In Thursday Ladies Matinee play, Lu Kinman had the high series of 464, followed by Carolyn Burton at 443 and Rosemary Hull at 435.
Kinman had the high game of 179, followed by Rosemary Hull at 175 and Brittany Lewis at 165. The Niners had the high team series of 1,819 and the high team game of 640.
Heaven Bound leads the standings at 147-117, followed by Pin Seekers at 131-133.