Local sports roundup – October 2

Northside tennis team ends up with no losses, 1 tie

The Northside Middle School tennis team shut out Seymour 5-0 on Tuesday to finish the season 10-0-1.

Matthew Liu, Luke Enneking and Johan Selvaggi won singles matches. Tirth Sesai and Nathan Lin won a doubles match, as did Bennett Carson and Sam King.

Lin was named the team’s MVP. Andres Garcia won the eighth-grade Mental Attitude Award, and Eric Stavnheim took the seventh-grade Mental Attitude Award.


Bull Dogs blank Patriots

Trenton Kelley ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more, and DeAndre Scruggs scored three times to lead the Columbus North junior varsity football team with a 41-0 win against Terre Haute North.

Kelley ran for scores of 3 and 6 yards and threw 33- and 4-yard touchdown passes to Scruggs. Scruggs also returned a kickoff 76 yards for a score.

The Bull Dogs’ other touchdown came on a 10-yard run by Michael Johnson. Drew Wilson kicked five extra points.

East JV victorious

Jay Salinas ran for two touchdowns and Kenton Kamman threw for two scores to lead the Columbus East JV to a 35-21 win against Floyd Central.

Salinas ran for scores of 2 and 7 yards, and Kamman threw touchdown passes of 50 yards to Zach Pierce and 10 yards to Isaac VanCurren. Brayden Smith ran four yards for the other score.

Salinas also ran for a 2-point conversion, Luke Riley kicked an extra point and Hunter Dickmeyer recorded a safety. Ethan Niese recovered a fumble, and Jeremy Clark intercepted a pass.


Panthers win tourney

The Jennings County eighth-grade White team beat Madison 25-23 and Brown County 25-17 to claim the Jennings County Middle School Tournament. Addyson Kent led the Panthers with 18 points, including 10 aces.

Jennings (14-6) came back with a 25-24, 23-25, 15-6 win against Northside and a 9-25, 25-19, 15-13 loss to Seymour. Kent and Alaina Young each served three aces against Northside, and Kent had three aces against Seymour.

The Panther seventh-grade White team lost to Madison 25-17, 25-24 and beat South Dearborn 25-16, 25-7 to finish third in their tournament. Ruthie Bingham served 11 points, including six aces.

Jennings (9-11) came back to beat Northside 25-11, 25-12 and fall to Seymour 25-22, 25-17. Halle Boardman served 13 points, including six aces against Northside, and Kylee Boardman had nine points, including two aces, against Seymour.

Meanwhile, the Panthers’ seventh-grade Blue team picked up its first win of the season, a 25-22, 22-25, 15-12 victory against St. Mary’s of Greensburg. Morgan Carmer served five aces for Jennings (1-11), which was coming off a 25-12, 25-9 loss to St. Bartholomew.

The eighth-grade Blue team fell to St. Bartholomew 25-11, 25-13 and St. Mary’s 25-18, 25-12. Samantha Sproles served three aces for the Panthers (0-12) against St. Mary’s.


Jennings wins, ties

Jennings County Middle School beat Scottsburg 1-0 on Tuesday and tied Southwestern (Shelby) 2-2 on Thursday.

Fisher Richart scored the Panthers’ goal against Scottsburg. Carson McNulty recorded five saves.

Richart scored both goals for the Panthers (9-3-1) against Southwestern. McNulty posted four saves.


Panther boys take 6th

Jennings County Middle School’s boys finished sixth, and the girls took 10th in Thursday’s Bedford Invitational.

Lane Elsner led the Panther boys with a 10th-place finish in 12 minutes, 4 seconds. Gavin Hendrix took 22nd in 12:31, while Joey Moran was 38th (13:11), Eli Wahlman 48th (13:31) and Louden Feltner 50th (13:32).

Elizabeth Wahlman finished 29th in 14:16 to lead the girls. Kate Gasper took 49th in 15:00, while Ellie Law was 58th (15:30), Alyssa Kent 74th (17:03) and Cherlyn Wallace 75th (17:09).


Bowler rolls 300 game

Richard Baldwin recorded a 300 game in the Wednesday Night Mixed League.

Tanya Hiday notched the women’s high game with a 201. Freddy Burton (727) and Shannon Antcliff (538) had the men’s and women’s high series. Old Time Flea Market tallied the team high game (1,014), C.B.C. had the team high series (2,735) and The Brooklyn Dodgers lead the team standings at 26-6.

Steve Sebastian posted the men’s high game (289) and series (684) in the Sunday Night Mixed League. Courtney Barker notched the women’s high game (255) and series (710). Tenth Frame Bandits had the team high game (934), while Here We Go Again recorded the team high series (2,635) and leads the team standings a 38-2.

Matt Sanders rolled the high game (279) and series (727) in the Tuesday Night Men’s League. Boyer Machine and Tool had the team high game (1,256) and series (2,555) Independents lead the team standings at 30-2.