Central seventh-graders top Immanuel in boys hoops

Cooper Horn poured in 26 points Monday to lead the Central seventh-grade boys to a 53-43 win at Immanuel Lutheran.

Luke Harmon added seven points for the Chargers (12-3). Zac Horn scored seven.

Landon Fritsch led the Warriors (12-2) with 17 points. Eli Meyer added 11, and Jacob Arthur had 10.

Jennings 8th boys win twice

The Jennings County eighth-grade boys White team beat Southwestern 37-35 and St. John Sauers 49-42.

Jacob Vogel scored 21 points against Southwestern. Carson McNulty led the Panthers (17-7) with 17 against Sauers, while Vogel added 13.

St. Bartholomew swept the Jennings seventh- and eighth-grade Blue boys teams 33-25 and 41-27, respectively. Skylar Lewis scored eight points for the Panther seventh-graders (13-10), and Ian Sawyer had 14 for the Jennings eighth-graders (4-16).

Panther girls win tourney

Lily Ernstes scored 43 points in two games to lead the Jennings County eighth-grade girls White team to the Brownstown Tournament championship.

Ernstes put up 17 points in a 46-30 semifinal win against Austin. She then led the Panthers (16-5) with 26 in a 59-25 title-game win against Brownstown.

The Jennings seventh-grade girls White team beat Austin 29-23 before falling to Brownstown 42-22, with Nettie Meeks scoring 10 points in both games. The Panthers (6-16) beat South Decatur 29-16 behind 10 points from Stella Millspaugh and Greensburg 31-29 behind nine from Taylor Mowery.

Jennings’ seventh-grade girls Blue team fell to Edinburgh 21-9 and beat Greensburg 43-14. Mary Gasper scored three points against Edinburgh, and Katie Gasper led the Panthers (6-11) with 12 against Greensburg.


Club Olympia competes

Sixteen Club Olympia swimmers competed in last weekend’s Jay County Invitational.

Pratt Badve won the 13-14-year-old boys 100 breaststroke, 200 breaststroke, 100 backstroke and 200 individual medley and placed second in the 200 backstroke. Brady Beyer won the 13 -14 boys 100 butterfly, 200 butterfly, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 200 backstroke.

Misha Machavariani won the 10-and-under boys 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 50 backstroke, 100 backstroke and 200 IM. Arjun Bhadoria won the 11-12 boys 100 breaststroke and 200 IM and was second in the 50 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke.

Nalanie Cortez won the 11-12 girls 50 freestyle, 50 backstroke, 50 breaststroke, 50 butterfly and 100 butterfly. Maggie Johnson won the 13-14 girls 200 butterfly and was second in the 200 backstroke, fifth in the 200 breaststroke, sixth in the 50 freestyle, and eighth in the 100 breaststroke.

Daniella Preston finished second in the 11-12 girls 200 freestyle, third in the 100 Breaststroke, fifth in the 50 breaststroke and 100 butterfly, and seventh in the 200 IM. Maddie Beyer placed fourth in the 11-12 girls 100 breaststroke, eighth in the 200 IM, ninth in the 50 breaststroke, 10th in the 100 freestyle and 14th in the 50 backstroke.

Abigail Castillo took 7th in the 13-14 girls 200 freestyle and 200 IM, ninth in the 100 backstroke and 17th in the 100 breaststroke and 100 freestyle. Aidan Castillo was third in the 11-12 boys 50 butterfly and 200 freestyle, fourth in the 100 freestyle, sixth in the 50 freestyle, and eighth in the 50 backstroke.

Zoie Chandelkar finished third in the 10-and-under girls 200 IM, sixth in the 50 breaststroke, seventh in the 50 butterfly and 50 freestyle and ninth in the 50 backstroke. Nandini Kondhare was seventh in the 10-and-under girls 200 IM, 15th in the 50 butterfly, 21st in the 50 backstroke and 22nd in the 50 freestyle and 50 Breaststroke.

Sanaa Kulkarni took fourth in the 10-and-under girls 200 IM, seventh in the 50 breaststroke, eighth in the 50 butterfly, 13th in the 50 backstroke and 15th in the 50 freestyle. Lovely Panda was fifth in the 10-and-under girls 200 IM, 12th in the 50 breaststroke, 13th in the 50 butterfly, 17th in the 50 freestyle and 18th in the 50 Backstroke.

Jay Venugopal took 11th in the 10-and-under boys 100 freestyle, 19th in the 50 freestyle, 22nd in the 50 breaststroke and 25th in the 50 backstroke. Jahnavi Venugopal was 20th in the 10-and-under birls 50 breaststroke and 27th in the 50 freestyle and 50 backstroke.

Bhadoria, Castillo, Machavariani and Jay Venugopal placed second in the 12-and-under boys 200 freestyle relay and third in the 200 medley relay. Maddie Beyer, Chandelkar, Cortez and Preston took third in the 12-and-under girls 200 freestyle relay and fourth in the 200 medley relay. Kondhare, Kulkarni, Panda and Jahnavi Venugopal were 13th in the 12-and-under girls 200 freestyle relay.


Panthers go 2-1

Jennings County Middle School won two of three matches in last weekend’s Panther Invitational, beating Parkview 63-57, falling to South Dearborn 66-60 and downing Batesville 70-51.

Aaron Sanders (102 pounds), Kenton Wilson (107), Sam Burkman (117), Jaydon Cochrane (127), Dawson Decker (127) and Kade Law (142) all went 3-0 for Jennings. Bob Sargent (92), Nate Doty (122), Teagan Trotter (132), Jaxson Swindell (142), Chris Kiste (147), Gage Gasper (157), Vincent Pittman (167) and Chancelor Clark (202) all went 2-1.


HPW hosts ‘Fallout’

Hoosier Pro Wrestling hosted “Fallout” last weekend at the Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds.

Dillen Swango battled Buck Sexton to a 10-minute draw. Echo the Clown pinned Scarecrow, and Drax O’Brien beat Fireball. Lightning Blot beat JC Bunyan, and Butcher Manson destroyed Duke The Nuke.

Flash Flanagan and Ace Jackson beat Kenny Kage and Tim Lutz with Richard Sharkey and D Rose when Flash pinned Kenny Kage. Omega Pit Bull pinned Vic The Bruiser in an Indian Strap Match Brawl.