Nineteen swimmers from Club Olympia competed against 22 other teams from six states in last weekend’s Carmel Swim Club Fall Frenzy at IUPUI’s Indiana University Natatorium.
Nalanie Cortez was the top scorer in the girls 12-year-old division. Cortez won the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle and 100 butterfly and finished second in the 50 butterfly and 200 individual medley and fourth in the 50 backstroke, all in times that rank in the top 50 in the country for 12-and-under girls. Her 100 freestyle and 50 butterfly times rank in the top 10.
Brady Beyer finished fourth in the boys 12-year-old scoring. Beyer won the 50 breaststroke and 100 breaststroke with times in the top 35 in the country for 12-and-under boys. He also finished fourth in the 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 100 butterfly and 200 IM, eighth in the 100 butterfly and 15th in the 100 freestyle.
Misha Machavariani won all three of his events in the boys 10-year-old division. He swam a top-20 national time for his division in the 200 IM and top-50 times in the 50 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.
Rachel Sabotin finished fourth in the girls open 1,650 freestyle in a time that ranks 10th in the nation for 15-year-old girls. She also finished 18th in the 400 IM.
Daniella Preston placed fourth in the girls 10-year-old 100 butterfly, seventh in the 200 IM, eighth in the 50 butterfly, 11th in the 100 freestyle and 14th in the 100 backstroke.
Pratt Badve took fifth in the boys 12-year-old 100 breaststroke, seventh in the 50 breaststroke, 13th in the 50 freestyle, 14th in the 50 backstroke, 16th in the 100 backstroke, 17th in the 50 butterfly and 500 freestyle and 19th in the 200 IM.
Allison Claus was sixth in the girls 10-year-old 50 backstroke, ninth in the 100 freestyle, 10th in the 50 freestyle, 12th in the 100 backstroke and 14th in the 50 butterfly and 200 freestyle.
Sanaa Kulkarni finished ninth in the girls 8-year-old 25 breaststroke, 12th in the 50 breaststroke, 18th in the 25 butterfly, 22nd in the 50 freestyle, 30th in the 25 freestyle and 33rd in the 50 backstroke.
Zoie Chandelkar swam unattached for the last time in completing her 120-day transfer period and placed sixth in the girls 8-year-old 50 butterfly, eighth in the 50 freestyle, ninth in the 25 butterfly and 25 freestyle, 11th in the 50 backstroke and 12th in the 25 backstroke.
Maddie Beyer took 10th in the girls 10-year-old 100 breaststroke, 16th in the 50 breaststroke, 20th in the 50 backstroke, 22nd in the 100 backstroke, 23rd in the 50 freestyle and 29th in the 100 freestyle.
Arjun Bhadioria was 15th in the boys 12-year-old 100 breaststroke, 18th in the 50 breaststroke, 22nd in the 500 freestyle, 23rd in the 200 IM, 28th in the 50 butterfly, 29th in the 50 freestyle, 32nd in the 200 freestyle and 38th in the 100 freestyle.
Also swimming for Club Olympia were Maggie Johnson, Nandini Kondhard, Aidan McAlister, Ayusa Panda, Lovely Panda, Brooklyn Pendleton, Erica Samuel, Jahnavi Venugopal and Jayanth Venugopal. Abigail Castillo and Aidan Castillo swam unattached while completing their 120-day transfer period.
Teams stay unbeaten
Flying Zambonis and Toyota Tsunamis each improved to 2-0-1 with wins last weekend.
The Zambonis beat Hansons 5-1. Ryan Ingalls netted three goals, and Rickey Hooten and Ryan Jepson each added one for Zambonis. Rahul Bhardwaj scored for Hansons.
The Tsunamis edged Monstors of Rock 3-2 behind goals from Tyler Houchin, Greg McNealy and Matt Street. Kyle Roshak and Greg Thomas scored for Monsters.
Yoopers blanked Wicked Sisters 3-0. Jin Lyu, Dan del Genio and Josh D’Anna had the goals.
Our Name Is Earl downed CCA Kutters 5-2. Dane Bremer netted three goals, and Stephen Cox added two for Earl. Scott Herron and Jacob Hollingsworth scored for Kutters.
Invaders and Co. beat Wicked Legion 5-2 in the Iron Man Game.
Icemen drop three games
The Columbus Icemen went 0-3 last weekend in Fort Wayne, falling to Lake Central Blue 10-0, Lakeshore St. Joe 6-0 and Leo 3-1.
Ben Kushner recorded 13 saves in 22 minutes, and Cam Stattenfield had 16 saves in 23 minutes against Lake Central Blue. Evan Kunzman played the entire game in net against St. Joe and posted eight saves.
Conner Long scored the Icemen goal off an assist from Matt Jordan against Leo. Stattenfield notched 24 saves.
Bowler rolls 275 game
Jerod Garrett (275) and Jan Mahoney (188) recorded the men’s and women’s high games in the Wednesday Night Mixed League.
Rickie Wilson Jr. (715) and Debbie Perry (472) tallied the men’s and women’s high series. Red Neck Rollers had the team high game (995) and series (2,773).
Old Time Flea Market leads the team standings at 51-29, one game better than Maybe Next Week.
Panther 7th White wins twice
The Jennings County seventh-grade boys White team beat South Dearborn 46-26 on Monday and Sunman-Dearborn 41-28 to open the season on Thursday. Keegan Manowitz scored 13 points against South Dearborn and 15 against Sunman-Dearborn. Alex Leach added 12 against Sunman-Dearborn.
The Panther eighth-grade boys White beat South Dearborn 45-32 and fell to Sunman-Dearborn 35-30. Logan McIntosh scored 11 points, and Jacob Vogel and Carson McNulty each added 10 against South Dearborn. Vogen had 10 against Sunman-Dearborn.
The Jennings seventh-grave boys Blue fell to St. Peters Lutheran 40-38, and the Panther eighth-grade boys Blue lost to St. Peter’s 40-12. Cole Marksberry led the Jennings seventh-graders with 16 points.
Wrestlers help Cheer Fund
Hoosier Pro Wrestling raised $775 cash, 10 new bikes valued at a combined $800 and $500 in toys for a $2,000 total donation to the Firemens Cheer Fund from its 19-year Anniversary show.
Ace Jackson pinned Kenny Cage to win the HPW cruiserweight title. Drax O’Brien pinned Kid Thunder.
DWL won a three-way dance, pinning Scarecrow after Doink turned on Scarecrow. Vic The Bruiser beat Tank in a Body Bag Match.
Shawna Reed and Fireball beat Sign Guy and Maurice when Reed pinned Sign Guy. Omega Pit Bull kept the HPW Tri State belt by pinning Lightning Bolt.
Dynamite Dillen became the new HPW heavyweight champion by pinning Shawn Kemp. TVZ and Duke The Nuke beat the Bambino Family when Duke pinned Papa Bambino.
HPW returns to the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds on Dec. 2 with the Cheer Fund Toy Drive 2.