Local roundup: Swimmer earns meet honor

Staff Reports

Club Olympia’s Misha Machavariani won the High-Point Award for 9-10-year-old boys in the Circle City Classic at IUPUI’s Indiana University Natatorium.

Machavariani won the 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley. He also finished second in the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle, third in the 100 breaststroke, fourth in the 50 butterfly and fifth in the 50 backstroke.

Machavariani swam personal bests in six of his seven races. He is ranked third in the country for 9-year-old boys in the 200 IM, 10th in the 100 butterfly and 200 freestyle, 16th in the 100 breaststroke and 19th in the 100 freestyle.

Sydney Morlok achieved personal bests in all six of her events, Maggie Johnson had personal bests in five of her seven events, and Alison Claus and Pratt Badve notched personal bests in three of their five races. Brady Beyer, Nalanie Cortez, Blake Day, Riddhi Garg and Christopher Lee also competed for Club Olympia.

bowling

Bowlers sweep events

Clint Million rolled the men’s high game (267) and series (697), and Shannon Antcliff had the women’s high game (232) and series (630) in the Wednesday Night Mixed League.

C.B.C. No. 2 recorded the team high game (906) and series (2,493) and leads the team standings at 126-58. C.B.C. No. 1 is two games back at 124-60.

Lou Kinman notched the high game (204) and series (531) in the Thursday Ladies Matinee. Heaven Bound had the team high game (645), and Spare Us posted the team high series (1,863). Chillin Out leads the team standings at 109-59.

BASKETball

Panther teams go 2-0

The Jennings County seventh-grade girls White and eighth-grade girls White teams both went 2-0 last week, sweeping South Decatur on Tuesday and Greensburg on Thursday.

The seventh-graders routed South Decatur 45-18 and Greensburg 49-5. Lily Ernstes, Madisyn Hardesty and Amy Vogel all scored seven points against the Cougars. Vogel had 14, and Ernstes added 10 against the Pirates.

The Panther eighth-graders beat South Decatur 51-13 and Greensburg 40-39. Kaylee Kiewit scored 12 points, and Addyson Kent added 12 against the Cougars. Tori Lee had 13 against the Pirates.

Jennings’ eighth-grade girls Blue squad lost to Edinburgh 37-28 and beat Greensburg 30-18. Jackie Blevins scored 10 points against the Lancers, and Averi Zamora and Alaina Young each had nine against the Pirates.

The Panthers’ seventh-grade boys Blue team lost to St. Bartholomew 35-23 on Monday and Hauser 34-31 on Thursday. Layne Sharp, Kyler Abshear and Luke Owenbey all scored five points against the Irish; and Sharp had 10 against the Jets.

St. Bartholomew beat the Jennings eighth-grade boys Blue team 22-19. Jassen Ash led the Panthers with 11 points.

PRO wrestling

HPW hosts show

Hoosier Pro Wrestling put on a show last weekend at the HPW Arena at Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds.

JKO beat Cole Radrick and Kenny Cage in a three-way dance. Big Country Cling Poe turned heal and beat Cousin Cooter.

Drax O’Brien and Guy Lombardo beat El Rayo and Dave the Rave when Rave left Rayo to take the double-team loss. TVZ beat Flash Flanagan and TJ Kemp when Shawn Kemp interfered to save the HPW tag belts for TVZ. Shawn Kemp was pinned by Johnathan Wolfe.

Scarecrow Eddie Felson beat Timmy Danger to keep the HPW Cruiserweight belt, but Danger escaped having to leave HPW by not being pinned.

Flash Flanagan then challenged Danger to another loser-leaves-town match, and Flash made Danger tap out.

Cowboy Marc Houston pinned Dynamite Dillen to keep the HPW heavyweight championship.

HPW will return to the fairgrounds March 4.