Spartans claim win in golf

Staff Reports

Northside Middle School carded a 180 Wednesday to win a tri match at Shadowood Golf Course. Host Immanuel Lutheran finished second with a 188, and Central was third with a 201.

Luke VanDeventer led the Spartans with a 43. Luke Schneider added a 44, Aditya Banerjee shot 45 and Andrew Krueger had a 48.

Central’s Jacob Niedbalski won medalist honors with a 40. Damon Gregory carded a 52, Cam Stattenfield added a 53, Chase Jones shot 56 and Zach Gladden had a 61.

On Monday, Northside carded a 173 to beat Greenwood (181) and Central (211) at Otter Creek. Niedbalski led the Chargars with a 44, while Stattenfield added a 52, Gregory shot 53 and Kai Stidham had a 62.

Central came back Thursday with a third-place finish in a tri match at Greensburg Country Club. Greensburg edged Madison 185-186, while the Chargers finished with a 202. Niedbalski carded a 42, Gregory added a 49, Stattenfield shot 49 and Weston Romine had a 68.


Jets teams take fourth

Hauser’s boys and girls both finished fourth in the Mid-Hoosier Conference Junior High meet on Thursday. Southwestern (Shelby) won the boys meet, and South Decatur took the girls title.

Isaiah McDaniel won the long jump (17 feet, 2¼ inches) and finished second in the 200 meters (27.51 seconds) and third in the high jump (5-1) to lead the Hauser boys.

For the girls, Carly Beeker won the 100 hurdles (18.67), and Ashley Chambers took the high jump (4-8) and finished second in the 800 (2:47). Adonah Riddle finished second in the shot put (24-1¼), and Kayla Magazzeni was third in the 100 hurdles (19.48).

Chargers, Panthers split

Central won the eighth-grade boys meet 83-22 Thursday, but Jennings County edged the Chargers 53-51 in the seventh-grade boys meet.

Qwenton Bolden won the high jump (4-10) and 200 (23-8), and Payton Hayden took the shot put (34-5) and discus (97-9) to lead the Panther seventh-graders. Logan McIntosh won the 1,600 (5:48), Lane Elsner took the 400 (58.2) and Jennings captured the 4×800 (10:28) and 4×400 (4:16) relays.

Dreagon Ison won the 100 (12.1) for the Panther eighth-graders’ lone victory.

On Monday, Jennings’ seventh-graders beat Seymour 65-39, but the eighth-graders fell 73-32. Ison won the 100 (12.4) and 400 (59.4), and Justin Merry took the discus (80-10) for the eighth-graders.

For the seventh grade, Bolden won the long jump (15-5), 100 (11.9), 400 (56.2) and 200 (24.8). McIntosh took the 1,600 (5:32) and 800 (2:34.6), Levi Marsh captured the 100 hurdles (18.7), Hayden won the shot (36-3) and the Panthers took the 4×800 and 4×400 relays.


Swimmers win awards

Three Club Olympia swimmers won the High Point Award in their Age Groups in last weekend’s Carmel Spring Fling Invitational.

Nalanie Cortez captured the 11-12-year-old girls division. She won the 100-meter freestyle, 200 freestyle, 400 freestyle, 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley and finished second in the 50 freestyle and 50 butterfly.

Brady Beyer won the 11-12 boys division. He took the 50 breaststroke, 100 breaststroke and 200 IM and finished second in the 200 freestyle, third in the 400 freestyle, fourth in the 100 freestyle and eighth in the 50 freestyle.

Misha Machavariani captured the 9-10 boys division. He won the 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 50 butterfly, 100 butterfly and 200 IM. Also for Club Olympia, Rachel Sabotin won the girls open 200 freestyle and was second in the 200 butterfly.

Sanaa Kulkarni finished fourth in the 8-and-under girls 100 breaststroke, fifth in the 50 breaststroke and seventh in the 50 butterfly. Pratt Badve took fifth in the 11-12 boys 50 breaststroke and eighth in the 50 backstroke and 100 backstroke.

Allison Clauss finished seventh in the 9-10 girls 50 backstroke. Maddie Beyer took ninth in the 9-10 girls 100 breaststroke.

Donner claims victories

Abby Proffitt won four events to lead Donner Swim Club in last weekend’s Franklin Regional Swim Team Early Summer Slam.

Proffitt took the girls 8-and-under 50-meter breaststroke (1 minute, 1.41 seconds), 100 freestyle (1:42.99), 50 backstroke (52.10) and 50 freestyle (47.07). She also finished second in the 50 butterfly (1:06.42).

Cora Tregoning also was a winner for Donner, taking the girls 8-and-under 100 breaststroke (2:27.52). She finished ninth in the 50 backstroke (1:03.10). Betsy King finished third in the girls open 200 freestyle (2:20.17), 100 freestyle (1:04.83), 100 butterfly (1:13.50) and 200 IM (2:42.12). She also was fourth in the 400 freestyle (4:55.21) and 200 butterfly (2:46.13) and sixth in the 50 freestyle (30.08).

Nitya Garg finished third in the girls 8-and-under 50 breaststroke (1:06.57) and 50 butterfly (1:07.67) and fourth in the 50 freestyle (51.26). Ainsley Sherlock was fourth in the girls 9-10 100 breaststroke (1:50.53).

Sammi Hoovler finished sixth in the girls 11-12 50 breaststroke (42.27) and 10th in the 50 backstroke (41.03). Ellie Proffitt took seventh in the girls 11-12 400 freestyle (5:42.25) and eighth in the 50 freestyle (33.02).

PRO wrestling

Show raises funds

Hoosier Pro Wrestling raised $1,300 for #HARRYSTRONG at its Derby Day Cure For Cancer.

Kenny Cage kept the HPW Cruiserweight belt by beating Kid Thunder and Shawn Kemp in a three-way dance. Omega and Tank beat Daniel Winchester and Buck Sexton. Cousin Cooter kept the HPW Tri State belt by beating Drax O’Brien by DQ. Shawna Reed pinned Ruby Jordan in the ladies match.

Abraham Muhammed beat El Coleio with the Camel Clutch. TJ Kemp beat Dave Da Rave to keep the HPW Heavyweight title.

TVZ beat The Axeman by DQ. Flash Flanagan beat Vic The Bruiser by DQ when Tank and Omega interfered.

HPW will return to the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds on June 3.