The Columbus Icemen won all three of their games last weekend to improve to 8-0 overall and 4-0 in the Hoosier High School Hockey League.
The Icemen opened the weekend with a 6-2 win against Perry. Noah Carlock scored two goals; and Ryan Worth, Jalan Armstrong, Jordan Kelley and Andrew Roese all added one goal. Armstrong and Darrien Nickerson each had two assists; and Kelley, Cole Grady, Carlock, Connor Long and Dustin Rodgers all added one assist. Jacob Behrman recorded 13 saves.
Armstrong scored two goals in the Icemen’s 4-3 win against Zionsville. Ryan Wirth and Dustin Rodgers scored the other goals. Carlock had two assists; and Evan Shaw, Kelley, Grady, Roese and Long all added one assist. Behrman posted 15 saves.
The Icemen wrapped up the weekend with a 5-3 win against Evansville behind two more goals from Armstrong and one each from Kelley, Shaw and Carlock. Chris Martin, Shaw and Carlock all had two assists. Jack Tearman recorded 16 saves.
Fall Session begins
Tyler Douthitt scored four goals to lead The Rockpile to an 11-1 win against Toyota Tsunamis in the opening week of the CFFL Fall Session.
Matt Street, Brent Gordon and Ryan Ingalls all added two goals, and Jon Stitcher had one for the Rockpile. Greg McNealy scored the goal for Tsunamis.
Tyler Sabin scored two goals to lead Flying Zambonis to a 5-0 shutout of Jennings County. Shawn Bauman, Kelsey Pugh and Kyle Keller had the other goals.
Matt Pstoa had two goals to lead Hansons to a 3-1 win against CCA Kutters. Kyle Thocher scored the other goal for Hansons, and James Schnable scored for Kutters.
Yoopers and Our Name is Earl finished in a 2-2 tie. Thamas Rauznitz and Clarie Tegl scored for Yoopers, and Dane Bremer and Stephen Cox netted goals for Earl.
In the Iron Man Game, Team Gray beat Team Black 4-2. Ingalls, Tim Walton, Matt Street and Ben Eckhart scored for Team Gray; and Scott Herron and Schnable netted goals for Team Black.
North splits matches
The Columbus North High School bowlers opened the season with a 2-2 record in a Divisional meet at Columbus Bowling Center.
The Bull Dogs split games with both Eastern Greene and Trinity Lutheran. Meanwhile, Columbus East lost both of its games against both Bloomington South and Bloomington North.
Bowler sweeps highs
Shannon Antcliff rolled the women’s high game (198) and series (565) in the Wednesday Night Mixed League.
Chadwick Lofton recorded the men’s high game (247), and Ryan Robertson had the men’s high series (633). Thunderstruck posted the team high game (882), and 3 Girls and a Guy had the team high series (2,510). Alive and Kicking leads the team standings at 44-20.
Tigers notched the team high series (2,930) in the Senior Men’s League. Wildcats lead the team standings at 60-20.