Six Donner Swim Club athletes won events in last weekend’s Riverside Aquatics Club Winter Invitational in Georgetown.
Ainsley Sherlock won the 9-10-year-old girls 100 breaststroke, 50 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 50 breaststroke and finished third in the 200 individual medley fourth in the 100 backstroke, fifth in the 100 butterfly and seventh in the 50 backstroke and 50 butterfly. Jennifer Utterback won the 15-and-over girls 50 freestyle and took second in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke and fourth in the 100 breaststroke.
Connelly Furnish won the 7-8 girls 50 breaststroke and finished second in the 100 backstroke and 100 freestyle and third in the 50 butterfly and 100 IM. Mridula Muthukumaran won the 7-8 girls 25 freestyle and took second in the 25 backstroke, third in the 50 breaststroke and fourth in the 100 freestyle and 100 IM.
Daniel Utterback won the 13-14 boys 500 freestyle and finished second in the 200 backstroke, 100 butterfly, 200 freestyle and 100 freestyle and finished third in the 50 freestyle and 200 butterfly, fifth in the 200 IM and sixth in the 100 backstroke. Ellie Proffitt won the 13-14 girls 100 freestyle and took second in the 50 freestyle, fifth in the 200 IM, seventh in the 100 butterfly and eighth in the 200 freestyle.
Karissa Miller finished second in the 13-14 girls 200 backstroke; third in the 500 freestyle, 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke; and fourth in the 200 freestyle. Paige Maddox took second in the 13-14 girls 400 IM; fourth in the 1,650 freestyle, 200 backstroke and 100 backstroke; fifth in the 200 butterfly; seventh in the 200 freestyle; and eighth in the 100 freestyle, 100 butterfly and 50 freestyle.
Abby Proffitt took fifth in the 9-10 girls 100 breaststroke, seventh in the 200 freestyle and eighth in the 100 freestyle. In the 11-12 boys division, Jude Abdallah was fourth 100 breaststroke, Brock Smith finished seventh in the 200 IM and 500 freestyle, Conner Hoffman took eighth in the 50 breaststroke and Isaac Proffitt was eighth in the 100 backstroke.
Tsunamis top Zambonis
Toyota Tsunamis handed Flying Zambonis their first loss of the season, a 3-1 decision, to pull even with the Zambonis in the standings at 8-1-1.
Tyler Houchin, Jimmy Robertson and Matt Street scored goals for Tsunamis. Ricky Hooten had the Zambonis goal.
Josh D’Anna netted four goals to lead Yoopers to a 7-0 win against CCA Kutters. Claire Tegl added two goals, and Ryan Siefring had one.
Monsters of Rock beat Our Name Is Earl 4-0 behind goals from Ryne Brutus, Zack Henderson, Ben Echkart and Tyler Rash.
Slappin’ Balls blanked Wicked Sisters 4-0. Todd Ebbinger scored two goals, and Aaron Klene and Darien Castetter each added one for the winners.
Icemen fall to Trinity
The Columbus Icemen outshot Louisville Trinity 34-22 but fell 3-1 on senior night.
Sam Thomasson scored the goal for the Icemen off assists from Matt Jordan and Darrien Nickerson. Cam Stattenfield recorded 19 saves.
Panthers take tourneys
The Jennings County seventh-grade boys beat Central 57-38 to win the Tri-County Tournament at Columbus East. Brady Probst led the Chargers with 14 points, while Cooper Horn added eight and Landon Jarvis had six.
Central advanced to the title game with a 50-25 win against Northside. Horn scored 26 points, while Nico Alveraz added nine and Luke Harmon six for the Chargers. Cole Lawson led the Spartans with 11, and Leon Brown added six.
The Jennings eighth-grade boys beat Seymour 33-30 and Northside 50-41 to take the title. Jacob Vogel scored 18 points against Seymour, and Vogel and Carson McNulty each had 16 for the Panthers (20-7) against Northside.
Northside girls win
The Northside eighth-grade girls beat Jennings County 45-38 in the championship game of the Tri-County Tournament. Lily Ernstes scored 16 points, and Megan Schuler added 11 for the Panthers (19-6).
Jennings advance to the title game with a 58-46 win against Central. Ernstes led the Panthers with 13 points, while Kali Thompson added 12 and Morgan Lane had 10.
The Jennings seventh-grade girls fell to Central 47-16.
Nettie Meeks, Stella Millspaugh and Megan Vogel all scored four points for the Panthers (6-16).
Panthers win three
Jennings County Middle School won three matches last week, beating Northside 58-50 on Tuesday and downing Parkview 76-52 and Southwestern 78-13 on Thursday.
Kenton Wilson (107 pounds), Evan Sochocki (112) and Jaydon Cochrane (127) all won by pin; and Nate Doty (117), Gage Gasper (157), Vincent Pittman (167), Chancelor Clark (202), Joseph Woods (243) and Ian Scott (287) all won by forfeit for the Panthers against Northside. Kade Law (147) won by major decision.
On Thursday, Wilson (107), Law (147), Gasper (157), Cameron Harris (176), Payton Hayden (187), Clark (202), Woods (243) and Scott (287) all went 2-0 for Jennings (7-6). Sochocki (112), Brady Reeves (112), Jaxson Swindell (142) and Levi Petro (142) all went 1-0.