East junior varsity wrestlers down Pioneers, Cougars

Staff Reports

The Columbus East junior varsity wrestlers won both of their matches last week, downing Mooresville 42-25 on Tuesday and Bloomington North 54-27 on Thursday.

Cole Schultheis (132 pounds), Jarred Baker (138), Brendan Stadtmiller (145) and Harry Crider (285) all posted wins against Bloomington North. Caden Niese (106), Grant Totten (160), Jacob Bolte (170), Skylar Combs (182) and Tyler Morris (195) all won by forfeit.

Against Mooresville, Ashton Jones (113), Ethan Niese (126), Garrett McGaha (132), Schultheis (138), Josh Zamparripa (152), Bolte (160), Quinn Dosterglick (170) and Crider (285), Dalton Anderson (285) and Brandan Lane (285) all earned wins.

East competed in the Edgweood Invitational last weekend. Schultheis (138) and Crider (285) each went 4-0, while Lane (285) went 3-0. McGaha (132), Baker (138), Bolte (160), Totten (160) all went 3-1 and Trevor Foster (132) went 2-1.


Irish split pair of games

The St. Bartholomew seventh-grade boys bounced back from a 30-18 loss to St. Jude on Monday with a 30-27 win against Edinburgh on Thursday.

Kyle Carlson led the Irish with 11 points and eight rebounds; and Luke Golding added 10 points, seven rebounds and three steals against Edinburgh. Chase Littlejohn led the Lancers with 17 points.

Michael Gambaiani led the Irish with 11 points against St. Jude.

Panthers down Jets

The Jennings County seventh-grade boys blue team beat Hauser 33-18. Braydan Wilson led the Panthers (5-9) with 10 points.

The Jennings seventh-grade girls blue squad beat St. Marys (Greensburg) 18-7. Alicia Sporleder led the Panthers (2-7) with five points.


Bowler posts 289 game

Richard Baldwin rolled the men’s high game (289) and series (702) in the Wednesday Night Mixed League. Vera Powers posted the women’s high game (210), and Shannon Antcliff had the women’s high series (560).

Ramm Rods notched the team high series (2,517). Old Time Flea Market had the team high game (881) and leads the team standings at 114-46.

Charlie Williams recorded the high game (267) and series (663) in the senior men’s league. Tigers had the high team handicap series (2,935), and Falcons lead the team standings at 115-37.