Four bowlers will be inducted into the Columbus USBC Hall of Fame during a banquet at 6 p.m. Friday at Columbus Bowling Center.
Donn Voyles, 83, has bowled for 60 years in Columbus and has four 300 games. He carries a 199 average and has a high series of 766.
Clint Million holds the city series record at 878, which included a pair of 300 games. He won the Indiana/Kentucky All-Star Tournament individually as a junior bowler in 2002. He has 41 300 games and 18 800 series and has a 226 average.
Jackie Burton has held officer positions in Columbus, in Franklin and on state association boards. She was named Woman of the Year at Hi Way Lanes in Franklin and is in its Hall of Fame. She has three 700 series, carries a 188 average and bowled in the nationals in 2004.
The late Fred Eddy bowled for 40 years and competed in the MBA, nationals and state tournaments. He rolled a 300 game and several 700 series. He is in the state Hall of Fame.
Spartans sweep Chargers
The Northside boys and girls teams swept Central, with the Spartan boys winning 147-158 and the girls prevailing 162-175.
Kody Reynolds won medalist honors with a 31 to lead the Northside boys. Luke VanDeventer carded a 36, followed by Rishabh Kikarni at 38, Luke Enneking at 42, Andrew Krueger and Devon Cox at 43, Caleb Potter at 49, Ashton Clark at 51 and Isaiah Riley at 52.
Jacob Niedbalski led the Chargers with a 34. Adrian Adams carded a 35, Max Bright added a 44, Nate Wells shot 45, Zach Gladden had a 46 and Chase Jones finished with a 50.
Northside’s Nathaly Munnicha was medalist in the girls match with a 30. Annie Anderson added a 35 for the Spartans, while Nicole Duncan shot 41 and Samantha Crossman had a 56.
Yestika Nischol led Central with a 32. Erin McIntyre added a 44, Kathryn Hodzen shot 45 and Lauren Steinwedel had a 54.
Pirates top Irish
St. Bartholomew dropped a 196-209 decision to Greensburg at Greensburg Country Club.
Michael Gambaiani led the Irish with a 48. Nicholas Schiavello added a 51, Carter Ward shot 54 and Luke Golding had a 55.
TRACK AND FIELD
Central, Northside split
The Central and Northside boys and girls split a dual meet, with the Chargers winning the boys meet 57-48 and the Spartans taking the girls meet 68-37.
Elliott Koopman led the Central boys with wins in the 100 and 200 meters. Other winners for the Chargers were JJ Montgomery in the shot put, KT Rawula in the discus, John Gedeon in the 100 hurdles, Kaden Wise in the 1,600 and the 4×800 and 4×100 relay teams.
Jazmyn Spear won the shot, and Reese Pruitt took the discus for the Central girls. The Chargers also won the 4×100 relay.
The Chargers also were swept by Center Grove 74-31 in the boys meet and 73-32 in the girls meet.
Ethan Rogers won the boys 100 and 200, and Ben Kuhlman took the high jump.
For the girls, Zoey Horn won the high jump, Spear took the discus and Sydney Kimbler captured the discus.
Meanwhile, Northside swept Jennings County, winning the boys meet 64-41 and the girls meet 60½-26½. Kyle Collins won the 100 (11.9 seconds) and 200 (24.4), and Jared Corya took the high jump (5 feet, 6 inches) for the Panther boys.
In the girls meet, Jennings’ Izzy Daugherty ran a school-record 1:02 in winning the 400 and also took the long jump (14-2), 100 hurdles (17.1) and 100 (13.4).
Cyclones split games
The Columbus Cyclones seventh- and eight-grade team picked up its first win of the season, an 11-7 victory against Brownsburg, and fell to Center Grove 14-2.
Aiden Cole scored five goals against Brownsburg. Bradley Menefee added three goals, while Caleb Wettschurack had two and Avery Larson one. Menefee and Wettschurack recorded assists, and Avery Spencer posted nine saves.
Cole and Wettschurack netted the goals against Center Grove for the Cyclones (1-3). Spencer notched three saves.
Team remains unbeaten
Down & Dirty won a pair of games to improve to 5-0 and remain atop the women’s league.
Down & Dirty beat Henry’s Social Club 14-7 and Victorious Secret 21-0. Henry’s Social Club downed Beauty and the Beasts 20-6.
In the men’s league, Hard Up edged Popportunity/Mahan Leasing 14-12 to improve to 4-0. On Tap beat Smith’s Row 31-13 and Put Boobie In 33-15, F-Bombs topped Revelation 21-15 in overtime and Just Us 20-14 and Popportunity/Mahan Leasing edged Put Boobie In 7-6.