The St. Bartholomew golfers finished their season by winning a pair of matches last week.
The Irish carded a 188 to win a tri match Monday at Harrison Lake Country Club. Greensburg finished second with a 202, and Immanuel Lutheran was third with a 214.
St. Bartholomew’s Michael Gambaiani won medalist honors with a 45. Willy Davis added a 46, Carter Ward shot 49 and Jack Schiavello had a 49.
On Tuesday, Gambaiani was medalist with a 44 to lead the Irish to a 190-225 win against St. Mary’s at North Branch. Joe Neal carded a 47, Davis added a 49, Ward shot 50, John Merritt had a 55 and Sophia Musillami finished with a 57.
Spartans take second
Luke VanDeventer won medalist honors with a 42 to lead Northside to a second-place finish in a tri match Wednesday at Greensburg Country Club. Greensburg won with a 138 to 147 for the Spartans and 149 for Central.
Jacob Niedbalski led the Chargers with a 45. Damon Gregory and Cam Stattenfield each shot 52, and Chase Jones had a 57.
Central was coming off a 174-201 loss to Our Lady of Greenwood Monday at Dye’s Walk. Niedbalski led the Chargers with a 41, while Stattenfield carded a 50, Gregory added a 52, Jones shot 58, Kai Stidham had a 59 and Zach Gladden finished with a 64.
Panthers win tri match
Jennings County Middle School shot 195 Monday to win a tri match against Southwestern (208) and Madison Shawe (224).
Zach Bingham led the Panthers with a 46. Mitchell Miller carded a 47, Chad Gasper added a 48, Wyatt Blackburn shot 54, Nicolas Patterson had a 56, Drew Yeager finisheds with a 57, Kyle Corum shot 60 and Ruthie Bingham had a 65.
TRACK AND FIELD
Central, Jennings win
Central’s eighth-grade boys and Jennings County’s seventh-grade boys won the Tri-County meet Monday.
Central’s eighth-graders scored 69 points to 60 for Northside, 40 for Seymour and 30 for Jennings. The Jennings seventh-graders scored 71 points to 63 for Central, 57 for Northside and eight for Seymour.
Qwenton Bolden led the Panther seventh-graders by winning the high jump (5 feet, 3 inches), long jump (17-5½), 100 meters (11.28) and 200 (23.66), setting school records in the 100 and 200. Logan McIntosh took the 1,600 (5:16) and 800 (2:22), Lane Elsner captured the 400 (57.82) and Jennings won the 4×400 relay (4:09).
Dreagon Ison won the 400 in a school-record 55.75 to lead the Panther eighth-graders. Ison also took the 200 in 23.87.