Local sports scrapbook – September 13


East wins HHC opener

Columbus East shut out Seymour 28-0 in junior varsity football action.

Quarterback Thomas Myers tossed a 19-yard touchdown pass to Charlie Burton and ran 36 yards for a touchdown.

Jamon Hogan had 11-yard and 18-yard touchdown runs for the Olympians. J.J. Stainbrook kicked four extra points for East.

Caleb Pettit had an interception for the East defense. The Olympians are 2-1 overall and 1-0 in the Hoosier Hills Conference.


East JV splits pair

The Columbus East junior varsity split a pair of games last week, winning 3-0 at Bedford North Lawrence and falling 3-0 at Batesville.

Kamebry Wagner, Kristin Nelson and Elena Leddy scored the goals against Bedford. Hailee Bott and Chloe Luse had assists, and Brooke Hamblen recorded two saves.

Hamblen posted seven saves for the Olympians (3-2-1) against Batesville.


Northside tops Seymour

The Northside boys tennis team improved to 3-2 with a 5-0 win against Seymour.

Varsity winners were Will King, Kentaro Aonuma and Tony Tang in singles, and the teams of Evan Logan and Eamon Ma and Carlos Fernandez and Johan Selvaggi.

Northside JV won 5-1, with winners including Luke Enneking, Aidan McAlister, Akshat Verma, Tyler Allen, Tirth Desai and Sai Pamidighantam.


Locals post high scores

Jim Fields posted the high scratch game of 234 in Senior Men’s League play at the Columbus Bowling Center.

Scott Crowder shot 22, and Mike Branigan had a 215.

Steve Phillips had the high series of 585, followed by Donn Voyles at 578 and Branigan at 553.

The Alley Cats rolled the high handicap series of 2,705, followed by the Pumas a 2,702 and the Wildcats at 2,678. The Falcons lead the standings at 21-3, followed by the Tigers at 15-9 and the Wildcats at 14-10.