Local sports roundup – September 18

East JV football team rolls to win

Cole Gilley threw for three touchdowns, ran for a score and a 2-point conversion and kicked three extra points to lead the Columbus East junior varsity to a 51-0 win against Jennings County.

Gilley hit Cody Horner with 60- and 40-yard TD passes and Zach Pierce for a 15-yard score for the Olympians (3-1).

Gilley’s TD run covered three yards.

Lance Greiwe returned a punt 60 yards for a score and ran 30 yards for another.

Jacob Crouse scored on an 8-yard run and ran for a 2-point conversion.

Tyler Settle ran for a 2-point conversion and had an interception. Zander Gentry also had an interception, and Matt Romig recovered a fumble.

North JV wins

Ethan Rogers ran for three second-half touchdowns to lead the Columbus North JV to a 40-7 win against Franklin Central.

Rogers’ scoring runs covered 49, 4 and 27 yards. Landon Robbins ran 1 yard for a TD, Daveed Jolley ran 49 yards for a score and Dylan England hit Jackson Kerber for a 52-yard TD pass.

Spencer Rivera kicked five extra points for the Bull Dogs (3-1).


East JV posts shutouts

The Columbus East junior varsity girls shut out a pair of Hoosier Hills Conference opponents, winning 7-0 at Bedford North Lawrence and 3-0 at Floyd Central.

Elena Stoughton scored three goals against Bedford, while Abby Miller added two goals and two assists. Gabby Heredia and Hallee Bott each added a goal, and Chloe Miller and Kaitlin Dougherty each added an assist. Karisma Parker did not need to make a save in posting the shutout in goal.

Stoughton, Abby Miller and Chloe Miller scored for the Olympians (3-1-2) against Floyd Central. Stoughton, Heredia and Jessica Wills had assists, and Erin McIntyre recorded one save.

Panthers down Pirates

Carson McNulty recorded two goals and two assists Tuesday to lead Jennings County Middle School’s coed White team to a 4-1 win against Greensburg.

Bryce McIntosh and Logan McIntosh each added goals for the Panthers (6-2), while Nate Davis had an assist. Layne Suhre posted four saves.


Spartans top Chargers

The Northside boys swept the singles matches Tuesday in a 4-1 win against Central.

Nathan Lin, Ronit Jha and Luke Sequeira won singles matches, and Matthew Liu and Rishi Rao took a doubles match for the Spartans (4-1). Jaeheon Shim won a singles match, and Nichoulas Bergman and Sid Kamble claimed a doubles match for the Northside JV, which fell to Central 3-2.

A combined Spartan boys and girls unit were coming off a victory in the Franklin Township West Tournament. Mixed doubles teams of Lin and Ashlie Wilson, Liu and Tiffany Fu and Rao and Arya Gotoh won individual honors for having the best record in their divisions. Other doubles teams contributing to the victory were Eric Stavnheim and Leah George, along with Charles Terry and Carolina Davidson.


Jennings teams win twice

The Jennings County seventh- and eighth-grade White teams both went 2-0 last week.

The eighth-graders beat Austin 24-25, 25-24, 15-7 and Madison 25-22, 25-22. Kali Thompson served five aces against Austin, and Megan Schuler had five aces against Madison.

The Panther seventh-graders beat Austin 25-24, 25-15 and Madison 23-25, 25-18, 15-14. Aliza Skinner served six aces against Austin, and Nettie Meeks had six aces against Madison.


Bowler rolls 245 game

Greg Prewitt posted the individual high scratch game (245) and series (660) to lead the Senior Men’s League.

Wildcats had the high handicap series with a 2,748, followed by the Cougars’ 2,707. The Dragons lead the team standings at 20-4, four games better than the Tigers.