Bowler rolls perfect game

Staff Reports

Ryan Robertson recorded a 300 game Wednesday in the Wednesday Night Mixed League at Columbus Bowling Center.

Richard Baldwin notched the men’s high series with a 759.

Debbie Perry had the women’s high game (204), and Carolyn Baldwin posted the women’s high series (551).

Old Time Flea Market had the team high game (989) and series (2,739), and leads the team standings at 107-61.


East JV girls compete

The Columbus East junior varsity girls swimmers had a chance to compete in one final meet this season last weekend at Lawrence North’s Wildcat Last Chance Winter Classic.

Hope Hornyak had the best individual finish for the Olympians, taking fourth in the 100-yard backstroke. Caroline Andress, Ashley Novreske, Isabelle Galliher and Hornyak were fourth in the 400 freestyle relay.

Andress finished seventh in the 100 freestyle and teamed with Kyra Moffitt, Lilly Fields and Novreske to take seventh in the 200 freestyle relay. Kalyssa Belcher, Michaela Greathouse, Brooke Martoccia and Sloan Rittman were seventh in the 400 freestyle relay, and Greathouse was eighth in the 100 butterfly.


Zambonis stay unbeaten

The Flying Zambonis remained undefeated at 8-0-1 with a 2-0 win against Our Name Is Earl. Ricky Hooten and Carlos Ayala scored the goals.

Toyota Tsunamis stayed a game behind with a 4-2 win against Hansons. Jimmy Robertson netted two goals, and Matt Street and Greg McNealy each added one for Tsunamis. Joshua Phipps and Keith Henry scored for Hansons.

Monsters of Rock blanked Yoopers 3-0. Rob Jones, Tyler Rash and Kyle Roshak scored the goals.

CCA Kutters topped Slappin’ Balls 5-3 behind two goals apiece from Scott Herron and Dave Dickinson and one from Cameron Tolliver. Darien Castetter had two goals, and Kyle Hunterman added one for Slappin’ Balls.


Icehounds top Icemen

The Columbus Icemen fell 3-0 at Carmel last weekend in the Hoosier League Tournament. Both teams finished with 29 shots. Evan Kuzman recorded 26 saves for the Icemen.


Chargers edge Panthers

The Central eighth-grade girls edged the Jennings County eighth-grade girls White team 39-37. Lily Ernstes led the Panthers (14-5) with 20 points.

The Jennings eighth-grade girls Blue team beat Hauser 39-21. Delany Burkman scored 13 points, and Zoey Ison added 10 for the Panthers (6-10).

Jennings’ seventh-grade girls White squad fell to Madison 49-25 and Central 45-5. Stella Millspaugh and Megan Vogel each scored seven points against Madison, and Taylor Mowery had four points for the Panthers (3-13) against Central.

Jennings takes second

The Jennings County eighth-grade boys White team finished runner-up in the Scottsburg Tournament, edging Scottsburg 44-43 and falling to Madison 35-31. Carson McNulty led the Panthers (15-7) with 23 points against Scottsburg and 16 against Madison, while Jacob Vogel added 16 against Scottsburg.

The Jennings seventh-grade boys Blue team beat Scottsburg 45-36. Skylar Lewis scored 12 points, and Owen McIntyre added 10 for the Panthers (12-7).

Jennings’ eighth-grade boys Blue squad fell to Scottsburg 28-24. Zane Nienaber led the Panthers (4-15) with 10 points.


Panthers fall twice

Jennings County Middle School fell to Greenwood 79-36 on Wednesday and Central 90-18 on Thursday.

Carson Sorrells (91 pounds), Aaron Sanders (101), Samuel Burkmen (116), Kade Law (141), Cameron Harris (156) and Zell Giddens (186) all won by pin for the Panthers against Greenwood. Jennings’ Sanders (105) won by pin, and Bob Sargent (90) and Nate Dotty (120) won by forfeit against Central.