ANDERSON — Columbus Christian’s Logan Roth scored 18 points and was named the South team’s Kent Benson Mental Attitude Award winner Saturday after helping lead it to a 102-67 win against the North in the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic’s Christian school boys game at Anderson University.

Roth added four rebounds, three assists and a blocked shot. The Crusaders’ Adriane Polley had nine points, six rebounds and an assist for the South, which was coached by Columbus Christian coach Kevin Roth.

On Friday, Columbus North’s Maliah Howard-Bass tied for team-high scoring honors with 13 points in the White team’s 70-64 loss to the Red in the second of two Junior Girls games.

North’s Ashlyn Huffman scored eight points and added three rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot to help the White to a 67-58 win against the Red in the first Junior Girls game. Imani Guy had four points, six rebounds, a steal and a two blocks for the Red.

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Former Bull Dogs vaulter takes 22nd

GREENSBORO, North Carolina — Recent Columbus North graduate Katrina May finished 22nd in the pole vault Saturday in the New Balance Outdoor Nationals at North Carolina A&T University.

May, who had placed third in the state finals and fifth in the Midwest Meet of Champions, cleared 11 feet, 10¾ inches. She went out at 12-4¾.

Carson Dingler of Georgia won the event at 13-8½.

South salvages split in Classic

CARMEL — Two area softball players helped the South split a doubleheader in the North-South All-Star Classic.

The North won the first game 4-3, and the South took the second 3-2. Hauser’s Craig Sims was one of the coaches for the South squad.

Jennings County’s Kyndyl Olds had a sacrifice bunt and reached on error and a fielder’s choice in her three trips to the plate. Hauser’s Leslie Sims reached on a fielder’s choice twice in her three at bats.

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Ted Schultz is sports editor for The Republic. He can be reached at or 812-379-5628.