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In Tuesday Men’s League 5,000 to Win play at Columbus Bowling Center, John Hall rolled the high series of 724.
Hall was followed by Troy Coffman (701), Gary Fortner (696), Clint Million (688), Richard Baldwin (675), John Medlin (672), Brian Phillips (671), Don Wetzel (662), Darrell Wheeler (659), R.J. Lambert (650), Greg Guy Sr. (647), Gary Owens (645), Brandon Bennett (642) and Bob Haggard Jr. (639).
Budget Auto Painting posted the team high game of 1,233, followed by Liquor Box with 1,217 and Clifty Creek Golf Course with 1,210.
Liquor Box posted the team high series of 3,586, followed by Liquor Box with 1,217 and Clifty Creek Golf Course with 1,210.
Budget Auto Painting leads the standings at 148-52, followed by Oh Well (132-68) and Team 15 (120-80).
In Wednesday Sport League action, Mickey Herron rolled the men’s high series of 619, followed by Ryan Pepmeier (585), Chris Jones (581), Chris Gray (554), Jeremy Adler (534) and Kevin Voss (527).
Teresa Million rolled the women’s high series of 520, followed by Shannon Antcliff with 465.
Revenge had the team high game of 552, followed by Team 2 with 546.
Revenge also had the team high series of 1,617, followed by Gray’s Pro Shop with 1,564.
Revenge leads the standings at 123-37, followed by Team #5 (93-67) and Team #4 (85-75).
In Sunday Night Mixed League play, Henry Schultz Jr. rolled the men’s high game of 243, followed by Luther Johnson (283) and Rick Wilson Sr. (237).
Schultz also had the high series of 695, followed by Kevin Branum (681) and Johnson (656).
On the women’s side, Kerry Walker rolled the high game of 238, followed by Janine Wise (197) and Theresa Schultz (191).
Walker also had the high series of 560, followed by Theresa Schultz (525) and Wise (495).
Ramey Marble & Tile leads the standings at 122-86, followed by Seth’s Supporters (120-88) and Gutter Trash (119-89).
In Monday Night Church League play, John Zieleniuk rolled the high series of 724, followed by Scott Crowder (678), Steve Phillips (677), Jim Miller (652), Hunter Henry (646), Anthony Shaull (654), Marty Mickle (642), Steve Shroyer (642), Tony Wittman (623) and Michael Alessandro (618).
Hope First Baptist leads the standings, followed by First Presbyterian, Second Baptist, First Baptist and St. Peters #5.
In Wednesday Night Mixed League, Richard Baldwin rolled the men’s high game of 276, followed by Delvin Roberts (259) and Charles Roberts (255).
Baldwin also rolled the men’s high series of 695, followed by Charles Roberts (675) and Ryan Robertson (668).
Katie Jessup posted the women’s high game of 236, followed by Bonnie Roberts (219) and Sarah Jessup (200).
Katie Jessup and Sarah Jessup tied for the women’s high series at 572, followed by Peggy Smith with 520.
Office Pride rolled the team high game of 954, as well as the team high series of 2,597.
Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 151-65, followed by Bush’s Market (141-75), Four and One Half Women (126-90), Low Low Rollers (125-91) and Ramm Rods (120-96).
In Thursday Night Ladies League action, Bonnie Rogers rolled the high series of 622 followed by Barbara Kennedy at 562, Ruth Bohall at 556, Sherry Munn at 543 and Bev Crussel at 530.
Rogers had the high game of 246 followed by Munn and Rose Behymer at 224, Crussel at 215 and Bonnie Hundley at 204.
J&D Lawncare had the high game of 1,018 and CBC had the high series of 2,605. CBC leads the standings at 168-56 followed by J&D Lawncare at 144-80 and Burton’s Hydraulic at 139-85.
In Thursday Senior Men’s League play, Fred Burton and Don Burton tied for high-game honors with 279 followed by John Zieleniuk at 243, Donn Voyles at 231 and Steve Phillips at 226.
Fred Burton rolled the high series of 731, while Don Burton had a 685, Voyles shot 652, Zieleniuk rolled a 642 and Jim Stark recorded a 628.
The Tigers had the high handicap series at 2,923, followed by the Falcons at 2,854 and the Badgers at 2,833.
The Badgers lead the league standings at 139-77, followed by the Tigers at 138-78 and the Pumas at 127-89.
The Senior Men’s League also conducted a singles handicap tournament, with Dan Small taking first place with a 779 series. Fred Burton was second at 764 and was followed by Donn Voyles at 760, Jim Stark at 754, Don Burton at 732, John Zieleniuk at 729, Don Spaulding at 717, Joe Heldt at 715, Jim Fields at 714 and Paul Rynerson at 713.
In CCC Bowling League results, Rusty Caldwell shot the high game of 245 followed by Terri Caldwell at 232 and Larry Bledsoe at 223.
Rusty Caldwell had the high series of 646 and was followed by Larry Bledsoe at 584 and Steve Franklin at 538.
His Kids shot the high team game of 866 and the high team series of 2,402. Heaven Bound leads the standings at 96-72, followed by LNMOP at 93-75 and Team No. 5 at 89-79.
In Friday Night Merry Mixer’s play, Rick Wilson Jr. rolled the men’s high series of 713, followed by Joe Batt (696), Clint Million (695), Freddy Burton (687) and Gary Fortner (648).
Batt had the men’s high game of 279, followed by Burton (279), Doug Huh (259), Fortner (258) and Roberts (255).
On the women’s side, Corey Behymer posted the high series of 669, followed by Peggy Smith (587), Shannon Antcliff 576), Jackie Burton (559) and Tina Ashmore (553).
Corey Behymer also rolled the women’s high game of 247, followed by Ruth Bohall (211), Rose Behymer (210), Antcliff (210) and Judy Anderson (208).
Margie’s Munchkins notched the team high series of 3,084, while A Plus 10 had the high game of 1,069.
Sound Hearing leads the standings, followed by Burton’s Hydraulics and ADJ4 You.
In Senior’s Winter Mixed League play, Paul Rynerson rolled the high game of 233, followed by Jim Fields (222), Jim Brown (214), Lu Kinman (205), Barbara Butler (180) and Glenna Phelps (179).
Rynerson also posted the high series of 659, followed by Fields (605), Ken Winkle (587), Kinman (482), Phelps (454) and Butler (429).
Dick Bugler leads the standings at 88-40, followed by Rynerson and Harvey Haugh, both at 78-50.
In Thursday Senior Men’s league, Don and Fred Burton rolled the individual high game, both with 279, followed by John Zieleniuk (243), Donn Voyles (231) and Steve Phillips (226).
Fed Burton rolled the high series of 731, followed by Don Burton (685), Voyles (652), Zieleniuk (642) and Jim Stark (628).
Tigers posted the team high handicap series of 2,923, followed by Falcons with 2,854 and Badgers with 2,833.
Badgers lead the standings at 139-77, followed by Tigers (138-78), Pumas (127-89),
Alley Cats (122-94) and Falcons (120-96).
Six champs for Jennings
Jennings County middle school had six champions come out of the Tri-County Individual Championships, including Hunter Ray and Brendan Sutton who are two time Tri-county champions.
Other champions for Jennings County included Dalton Craig, Nick South, Kaleb South and Brady Shepherd.
The meet included Northside, Central, Jennings County and Seymour.
Second-place finishers for Jennings County included Zane Beineke, Ethan Palmer, Brooks Wathen, Brandon Cummings, Sam Woolf, Ramon Becker and Nick Perry.
Third-place finishers for Jennings County included Logan Allen, Victor Manzanares, Jacoby Trotter, Tony Merry, Seth Box, Wyatt Ponsler, Braden Gast, Patrick Hornaday, Connor Johnson, DJ Scully and James Jump.
Hoosier Pro results
Hoosier Pro Wrestling returned to Columbus on Saturday, taking place at the 4-H Fairgrounds.
Pins included Stompin Steve over Fast Eddie, Fuji Brown over Brad Lamen, TJ Kemp over Anthony Lee, Cooter Clampett over Tommy Ray Sands and Lylah Lodge over Camron Star.
Ricky Ruckus and Donny Idol defeated The Zombie Rob Ramer and Aaron Anarchy, while TVZ defeated The High Rollers to win the Tag Belts.
Hoosier Pro Wrestling returns on March 16 for the Wrestling Alzheimer’s Benefit Show.
Time for playoffs
Round one of postseason broomball play will kick off today at Hamilton Center, with The Rock Pile taking on Toyota Renegades at 5 p.m.
Our Name is Earl will face Monsters of Rock at 6 p.m., while Yoopers face CCA Kutters at 7 p.m.
Hansons will take on Flying Zambonis at 8 p.m.
The Rock Pile finished the regular season in first place at 12-0.
Our Name is Earl finished second at 9-3, followed by Yoopers (6-4), Hansons (6-4), Flying Zambonis (6-5), CCA Kutters (6-6), Monsters of Rock (4-7), Toyota Renegades (1-10) and Toxic Monkeys (0-11).
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