Central Middle School had the medalists in both the boys and girls golf matches Tuesday, but Northside swept the team victories at Par 3 Golf Course.
The Spartans edged the Chargers 149-151 in the boys match. Luke VanDeventer led Northside with a 34, while Andrew Kueger added a 36, Luke Enneking shot 39 and Aditya Banergee had a 40.
Central’s Jacob Niedbalski was the boys medalist with a 30. Also for the Chargers, Damon Gregory carded a 38, Chase Jones added a 40 and Cam Stattenfield had a 43.
The Spartans won the girls match 127-140. Macy Euler led Northside with a 40, while Tiffany Fu added a 43 and Erica Bishop had a 44.
Central’s Yestika Naschol won medalist honors with a 38.
Eighth-grader wins vault
Caleb Shinkle, an eighth-grader at Northside, won the Level 7 12-and-over vault in the Region 5 Gymnastics Championships Friday in Frankenmuth, Michigan.
Shinkle also finished second in the high bar and still rings, third on the parallel bars, fourth on the pommel horse and ninth on the floor on his way to a third-place all-around finish.
Shinkle advance to the regional by winning the Level 7 12-and-over state title last month.
Bowlers roll 289 games
Jordan Gray and Michael Cook each recorded 289 games to share high game honors in the Tuesday Night Men’s League. Brian Phillips had the high series (751). Gray’s Pro Shop posted the team high game (1,244), and Enviro-Test had the team high series (3,560). Gray’s Pro Shop leads the team standings at 192-56.
Clint Million notched the men’s high game (279) and series (751), and Carolyn Baldwin had the women’s high game (233) and series (587) in the Wednesday Night Mixed League. C.B.C. No. 2 tallied the team high game (916) and series (2,582) and is tied atop the team standings with C.B.C. No. 1 at 168-80.
Michael Cook rolled the men’s high game (266) and series (743), and Courtney Barker had the women’s high game (234) and series (647) in the Sunday Night Mixed League. Ten Frame Bandits recorded the team high game (903), and Seth’s Supporters had the team high series (2,658). Independents lead the team standings at 146-78.
In the Thursday Ladies Matinee, Lou Kinman posted the high game (200), and Carolyn Baldwin had the high series (547). Alley Oops swept the team high game (648) and series (1,832) and lead the team standings at 139-93.
HPW hosts ‘Aggression’
Three new champions were crowned at Hoosier Pro Wrestling’s “Aggression” event.
Kenny Kage pinned Scarecrow Eddie Felson to win the HPW Cruiserweight title. JKO pinned Doink, Troy VanZand beat Clint Poe by disqualification and Cooter pinned Drax O’Brien to win the HPW Tri-State title.
Dave the Rave pinned Kid Thunder with help from his valet, Miss Ravette Hollywood. Vic the Bruiser pinned Flash Flanagan, and TJ Kemp pinned Marc Houston to win the HPW Heavyweight title.
Fired referee Abraham Muhammad, Diamond Dan and D Rose brutally attacked promoter Jerry Wilson because of the firing. Wilson was left a bloody mess until Flash Flanagan and TJ Kemp made the save.
Hoosier Pro Wrestling returns to the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds on May 6 with Derby Day Cure For Cancer, a fundraiser for #Harry Strong.