League bowlers roll 300s
Two bowlers recorded 300 games last week in the Tuesday Night Mixed League.
Dennis Carlson and Chris Jones achieved perfection with 12 consecutive strikes. Zack Carrie had the high series with a 761, Boyer Machine and Tool posted the team high game (1,314), Gray’s Pro Shop had the team high series (3,650) and Independents lead the team standings at 92-20.
Steve Phillips tallied the men’s high game (290) and series (793), and Shannon Antcliff had the women’s high game (241) and series (579) in the Wednesday Night Mixed League. CBC No. 2 swept the team high game (962) and series (2,630), and CBC No. 1 leads the team standings at 80-32.
Courtney Barker rolled the women’s high game (244) and series (701) in the Sunday Night Mixed League. Joshua Hayes had the men’s high game (270), and Jonathan Knoll recorded the men’s high series (711). The Dirty Turtle had the team high game (978), Tenth Frame Bandits posted the team high series (2,677) and Here We Go Again leads the team standings at 78-42.
In the Senior Men’s League, Donn Voyles notched the high scratch game (268), and Vern Phillips had the high scratch series (662). Wildcats tallied the team high handicap series (2,999) and lead the team standings at 95-25.
Rockpile stays perfect
The Rockpile ran its record to 5-0 with an 8-1 win against Slappin’ Balls.
Ricky Hooten led The Rockpile with three goals, while Matt Street added two and Todd Houchin, Ryan Ingals and Tyler Rash. Darien Castetter scored for Slappin’ Balls.
Scott Herron scored two goals to give CCA Kutters a 2-1 victory against Flying Zambonis. Tyler Saban scored for Zambonis.
Hansons edged Yoopers 2-1. Keith Henry and Matt Psota scored for Hansons, and Katie Black netted the goal for Yoopers.
Our Name is Earl and Monsters of Rock played to a 0-0 tie.
In the Iron Man Game, Team Black edged Team White 3-2. James Schnable, Greg Thomas and Herron scored for Black; and Street and Tyler Houchin scored for White.
Event brings in cash, toys
Hoosier Pro Wrestling fans helped raise more than $8,000 in cash and toys for the Columbus Firemen’s Cheer Fund to help kids at Christmas.
Kenny Cage pinned Kid Thunder, and Cousin Cooter beat Drax O’Brien in a non-title HPW Tri-State match. TVZ beat TJ Kemp and Doink the Clown to keep the HPW Tag Belts.
El Rayo pinned Timmy Danger, Sexy Shawn Cook pinned Edgrin Stone and Scarecrow Eddie Felson beat Johnny Gym Man and Shawn Kemp in a three-way dance for the HPW Cruiserweight Belt. Dynamite Dillen beat Marc Houston and Danger to keep his belt.
Hoosier Pro Wrestling will return Jan. 7.
Four schools sweep games
Parkside, Rockcreek, Southside and Schmitt swept boys and girls games in the Elementary Basketball League.
Parkside’s boys beat Taylorsville 38-8, while Rockcreek downed Mt. Healthy 34-28, Southside topped CSA-Fodrea 33-8, Schmitt beat Clifty Creek 46-21 and Smith slipped past Richards 43-38.
In girls action, Parkside downed Taylorsville 33-8, Rockcreek edged Mt. Healthy 42-38, Southside topped CSA-Fodrea 35-10, Schmitt stopped Clifty Creek 30-5 and Richards beat Smith 38-22.
Irish fall to Pirates
St. Bartholomew was tied with Greensburg at halftime Tuesday, but the Pirates outscored the Irish 11-3 in the third quarter and went on to post a 32-25 win.
Luke Golding led St. Bartholomew with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Kyle Carlson had three steals.
Panthers team goes 2-0
The Jennings County seventh-grade girls White team went 2-0 last week, routing Bedford 46-10 and Madison 41-13. Megan Schuler scored 14 points, and Amy Vogel added 10 against Bedford; and Lily Ernstes had 14 points and Schuler added 13 against Madison.
The Panthers’ seventh-grade girls Blue squad beat Crothersville 33-12. Alyssa Kent led the way with 12 points.
Jennings’ eighth-grade girls White team lost to St. John Sauers 44-19 and beat Immanuel Lutheran 40-23 in the St. John Sauers Tournament, then fell to Bedford 47-29 and Madison 25-23. Addyson Kent scored seven points against Sauers, Tori Lee had 14 and Kent 11 against Immanuel, Brooke Mowery and Kennede Gerhard each scored six against Bedford and Gerhard had 12 against Madison.
The Panthers’ seventh-grade boys White squad beat Scottsburg 47-38. Carson McNulty scored 14 points, and Austin Martin added 11.
Jennings’ eighth-grade boys White team fell to Scottsburg 55-49. Landin Hacker scored 13 points, while Layne Skinner added 12 and Lane Lauderbaugh had 10.
The Panthers’ eighth-grade boys Blue squad lost to Lutheran Central (Brownsburg) 44-32 and Southwestern 70-43.
Ryan Leonard led the way with 17 points against Lutheran Central and 18 points against Southwestern.