Jordan Gray bowled a 300 game Tuesday to lead Tuesday Night Men’s League action.
Gray also had the high series with a 795 and led Gray’s Pro Shop to the high team series at 3,646. Clifty Creek Golf Club had the high team game at 1,268, and Independents lead the team standings at 112-40.
John Zieleniuk recorded the high game (279) and series (754) in the Senior Men’s League. Falcons had the team high handicap series (2,961), and Wildcats lead the team standings at 113-27.
In the Sunday Night Mixed League, Michael Cook posted the men’s high game (257), and Rick Wilson Sr. had the men’s high series (711). Shanna Wilson notched the women’s high game (232), and Courtney Barker had the women’s high series (627). Can’t Believe It’s Not a Gutter tallied the team high game (991), and Independents had the team high series (2,812).
In the Thursday Ladies Matinee, Barb Hobbs rolled the high game (192), and Carolyn Baldwin and Yolanda Capes tied for the high series (476). Pin Poppers had the team high game (656) and series (1,814), and Alley Oops lead the team standings at 91-45.
Swimmers represent state
Two swimmers from Club Olympia helped Team Indiana win last weekend’s 2017 Mid-States All-Star Championships.
Nalanie Cortez finished fourth in the 500-yard freestyle in a time that leads all 11-12-year-old girls in Indiana. She also took fifth in the 50 freestyle and 200 freestyle, sixth in the 100 freestyle and 17th in the 200 individual medley and swam on the winning 200 freestyle relay and third-place 200 medley relay teams.
Misha Machavariani finished fifth in the 50 butterfly, sixth in the 100 butterfly, ninth in the 200 freestyle, 10th in the 100 IM, 11th in the 100 breaststroke and 14th in the 50 breaststroke. He also swam on Team Indiana’s B relay teams that were sixth in the 200 medley relay and eighth in the 200 freestyle relay. Rachel Sabotin also was scheduled to swim in six events but had to scratch because of illness.
Meanwhile, several other Club Olympia swimmers competed in the #CHASESTRONG Invitational at Indian Creek. Riddhi Garg (13-and-over girls) and Aidan McAlister (13-and-over boys) each finished fifth, and Sydney Morlok (11-12 girls) took sixth in the pentathlon, which combines times in all four strokes and the IM.
Garg won the 13-and-over girls 50 freestyle and open girls 200 backstroke, and finished third in the 13-and-over 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke, fifth in the 50 freestyle and ninth in the 100 butterfly. Morlok took fifth in the 11-12 girls 200 IM, 10th in the 50 butterfly, 13th in the 50 backstroke, 17th in the 50 freestyle and 22nd in the 50 breaststroke.
McAlister finished second in the open boys 500 freestyle, fourth in the 200 open boys 200 backstroke and fifth in the open boys 200 freestyle. In the 13-and-over boys division, he was sixth in the 50 breaststroke, 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle; seventh in the 100 backstroke, eighth in the 100 butterfly and 200 IM and 18th in the 100 breaststroke.
Blake Day finished third in the open boys 500 freestyle, sixth in the open boys 200 freestyle and 200 backstroke. In the 13-and-over boys division, he took seventh in the 50 freestyle and 50 breaststroke, ninth in the 200 IM, 11th in the 100 backstroke, 12th in the 100 freestyle and 16th in the 100 breaststroke.
Christopher Lee finished seventh in the open boys 500 freestyle and ninth in the open boys 200 freestyle, 200 backstroke and 200 breaststroke. In the 13-and-over boys division, he was eighth in the 50 freestyle, 12th in the 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly, 14th in the 100 freestyle and 200 IM and 20th in the 200 breaststroke.
Brady Beyer won the 11-12 boys 50 breaststroke and finished seventh in the 50 butterfly, ninth in the 50 freestyle and 10th in the 50 backstroke. He also took third in the open boys 200 breaststroke.
Pratt Badve finished fourth in the 11-12 boys 50 breaststroke, fifth in the 50 backstroke and seventh in the 50 freestyle and 200 IM. He also was 13th in the open boys 200 breaststroke and 200 backstroke, 14th in the 50 freestyle and 23rd in the 200 freestyle.
Allison Clauss finished 10th in the 10-and-under girls 50 backstroke and 200 IM, 18th in the 50 butterfly, 19th in the 50 freestyle and 22nd in the 50 breaststroke. Madelyn Beyer took 12th in the 10-and-under girls 50 breaststroke, 16th in the 200 IM, 17th in the 50 butterfly, 35th in the 50 backstroke and 36th in the 50 freestyle.
Arjun Bhadoria finished 13th in the 11-12 boys 50 breaststroke, 16th in the 50 butterfly and 200 IM, 17th in the 50 backstroke and 24th in the 50 freestyle. Daniella Preston was 15th in the 10-and-under girls 200 IM, 18th in the 50 backstroke, 20th in the 50 butterfly, 22nd in the 50 freestyle and 23rd in the 50 breaststroke.
Aanna Kulkarni finished 17th in the 8-and-under girls 100 IM, 29th in the 25 butterfly, 35th in the 25 freestyle and 37th in the 25 backstroke in her first meet. Lovely Panda took 29th in the 8-and-under girls 25 breaststroke, 34th in the 25 backstroke and 39th in the 25 freestyle.
Rockpile stays unbeaten
The Rockpile ran its record to 8-0 with a 5-0 shutout of Flying Zambonis. Ricky Hooten and Todd Houchin each scored two goals, and Tyler Rash added one.
CCA Kutters edged Monsters of Rock 1-0 on a goal by James Schnable.
Our Name is Earl blanked Slappin Balls 5-0. Ryan Putnam and Dane Bremer each scored two goals, and Megan Bos added one.
Toyota Tsunamis slipped past Hansons 4-3. Jimmy Robertson scored twice, and Greg McNealy and Dalton McNealy each scored once for Tsunamis. Matt Psota, Kyle Thocher and John Lane had the goals for Hansons.
Two teams from Columbus played in the fifth annual Midwest Broomball Invitational.
Invaders went 1-2 in pool play, then beat Saints from Newark, New Jersey. 2-1 in the first round of the tournament before falling to Bombers from Dayton, Ohio, 1-0 in the semifinals. Yetis went 0-2-1 in pool play before falling to Bombers 6-0 in the first round of the tourney.
Three teams sweep
Rockcreek, Mt. Healthy and CSA Lincoln swept their boys and girls games last week in the Elementary Basketball League.
In boys action, Smith beat Parkside 33-18, Rockcreek routed Taylorsville 37-12, Southside slipped past Richards 41-33, Mt. Healthy downed Clifty Creek 45-40 and CSA Lincoln topped CSA Fodrea 29-18.
For the girls, Parkside beat Smith 30-19, Rockcreek topped Taylorsville 38-13, Richards stopped Southside 30-19, Mt. Healthy routed Clifty Creek 25-3 and CSA Lincoln downed CSA Fodrea 32-26.
Central 8th-graders win twice
The Central eighth-grade boys went 2-0 last week, beating Center Grove North 37-31 and Jackson Creek 59-39.
Reese Harmon led the Chargers with 15 points against Center Grove North. Tyler Boyer added 10. Jacob Pierce scored 14 points, and Boyer had 10 against Jackson Creek.
The Central seventh-grade boys fell to Center Grove North 63-36 and Jackson Creek 59-43. Harry Major scored 13 points against Center Grove North. Ethan Ianni had 15, and Anthony Lloyd added 12 against Jackson Creek.
Central’s seventh-grade girls won both of their games, beating John R. Rooden 37-36 and Jackson Creek 42-37. Koryn Greiwe led the Chargers with 21 points against Wooden and 25 against Jackson Creek. Kylah Lawson added 11 against Wooden.
The Central eighth-grade girls fell to John R. Wooden 32-22. Alexa McKinley scored eight points.
Irish drop three games
The St. Bartholomew eighth-grade boys fell to White Creek Lutheran 49-42, Brown County 25-23 and St. Louis 38-25.
Kyle Carlson led the Irish with 16 points, and Luke Golding added 14 points and 12 rebounds against White Creek. Michael Giambiani scored eight points against Brown County, and Carlson netted 12 against St. Louis.
East JV hosts invitational
Fifteen Columbus East junior varsity wrestlers competed in East’s JV invitational.
Nick South went 4-0 on the day for the Olympians. Trevor Foster went 4-1; while Emma Mensendiek, Braeden Berger, Cole Schultheis, Wyatt Albertson, Caleb Wilson, Thomas Key and Braden Taylor all went 3-1 and Ashton Jones went 2-1.
HPW hosts ‘Nightmare’
Hoosier Pro Wrestling hosted “New Year’s Nightmare” last weekend at the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Cole Radrick won a four-way dance against Calvin Tankman, Kenny Cage and Kid Thunder. Cousin Cooper beat Drax O’Brien and beat Cousin Cooter by disqualification to keep the HPW Tri-State Belt.
Flash Flanagan and TJ Kemp beat JKO and Troy VanZant when Kemp pinned JKO. El Rayo pinned Guy Lombardo, and Shawn Kemp pinned Johnathan Wolfe. Scarecrow Eddie Felson pinned Timmy Danger to keep the HPW Crusierweight Belt. Cowboy Marc Houston pinned Dynamite Dillen to become the new HPW Heavyweight Champion.
HPW returns to the Fairgrounds on Feb. 4.