Bowler rolls perfect game

Twelve strikes in 10 frames come during Sunday Night Mixed League at local lanes

Staff Reports

Michael Cook bowled a 300 game last week to highlight action in the Sunday Night Mixed League.

Niles Lauderbaugh edged Cook 707-706 for the men’s high series. Courtney Barker swept the women’s high game (248) and series (685). Hayes Motorsports had the team high game (982) and series (2,755), and Central Roofing leads the team standings at 62-26.

Meanwhile, Randy Rudzinski rolled a 299 game in the Tuesday Night Men’s League. Matt Sanders had the high series (765). Enviro-Test posted the high team game (1,277) and series (3,726), and Gray’s Pro Shop leads the team standings at 66-14.

Golf

Outing raises $5,500 for autism

The Columbus Autism Network golf outing netted more than $5,500 through sponsorships, donations and participation in the golf outing.

The money will be given to the Arc of Columbus, which will administer the funds to benefit the Columbus Autism Network. The golf outing and activities were the senior project of Columbus North golfer Matthew Vorndran.

Basketball

Elementary league continues

The Elementary Basketball League continued with five boys and five girls games last week.

On the boys side, Rockcreek beat Southside 52-37, Smith downed Clifty Creek 45-34, CSA Lincoln knocked off Parkside 28-20, Schmitt topped Taylorsville 35-10 and Richards routed CSA Fodrea 32-7.

In the girls league, Southside beat Rockcreek 22-18, Smith routed Clifty Creek 29-4, Parkside downed CSA Lincoln 22-11, Schmitt edged Taylorsville 27-24 and Richards topped CSA Fodrea 33-8.

Panthers down Knights

The Jennings County Middle School eighth-grade boys White team posted a 44-23 win against South Dearborn on Monday.

Landin Hacker and Lane Lauderbaugh each scored 13 points to lead the Panthers. Chase Boswell added six.

Pro-wrestling

Wresling fans raise cash, toys

Hoosier Pro Wrestling fans raised more than $1,000 in cash and toys for the Columbus Firemen’s Cheer Fund to help kids at Christmas at HPW’s 18-Year Anniversary Show.

Doink beat Cody Daniels, Clint Poe pinned Kenny Cage. Paris Kelly pinned Haley Shadows in the Ladies Match, and Cousin Cooter beat Mad Dog Jessie in the Dog Collar Match.

Drax O’Brien beat Lighting Bolt to become the new Tri-State Champ. TVZ beat Too Cool. Scarecrow Eddie Felson pinned Bobby Black to win the HPW Crusierweight Title belt.

Dynamite Dillen pinned Timmy Danger in the HPW Title Match. Promoter Jerry Wilson beat Diamond Dan in an arm wrestling contest to keep 100 percent ownership of HPW.

Hoosier Pro Wrestling returns to Columbus on Dec. 3.