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In Sunday Night Mixed action at the Columbus Bowling Center, Rick Wilson Jr. had the high men’s game of 300, followed by Larry Turner at 255 and Luther Johnson at 235. Wilson had the high series of 781, followed by Turner at 678 and J.R. Rowe at 621.
Kerry Walker rolled a 224 for the women’s high game, while Nikki Lynn had a 201 and Pat Beatty shot 193. Walker had the high series of 585, followed by Beatty at 543 and Ashlynn Branum at 528.
Ziggies leads the standings with a perfect 16-0.
In Monday Night Church League play, Steve Phillips recorded a 658 series to take high honors.
He was followed by Terry Evans at 653, Steve Franklin at 648, Mike VanWhy at 636, Steve Shroyer at 587, Vern Phillips at 576, Keith Arbuckle at 572, Anthony Shaull at 568, John Kussman at 565 and Allen Smith at 557.
Second Baptist leads the league standings, followed by Grayford Road, St. Peters No. 5, St. Peters No. 1 and Community Church of Columbus.
In Tuesday Men’s League 5000 to Win action, Clint Million rolled a 786 series to be high man.
Niles Lauderbaugh was next at 757, followed by Rick Wilson Jr. at 701, Steve Phillips at 700, Billy Gray at 680, Don Wetzel at 666, Steve Shroyer at 661, Henry Schultz Jr. at 650, Deric Nentrup at 638, Steve Harden at 637, James Mitchell at 633, Vern Phillips at 629, Ryan Burchfield at 622, Darren Neely at 621 and Joe Coy at 613.
Advantage Heating and Air had the high handicap game of 1,268 and the high handicap series of 3,550.
Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts remained unbeaten at 16-0.
Chris Jones had the high series in Wednesday Sport League play with a 627. He was followed by Jeremy Adler at 623, Chris Gray at 577, Darren Neeley at 549, James Mitchell at 533, Ryan Pepmeier at 510 and Shane Heck at 397.
In Wednesday Night Mixed League play, Delvin Roberts rolled 268 to take high game men’s honors and was followed by Pat Fischer at 243 and Richard Baldwin at 233. Roberts also had the high series of 645, with Baldwin second at 641 and Fischer third at 634.
Samantha Young had the high women’s game at 199 and was followed by Linda Perkins at 172 and Peggy Smith at 169. Smith had the high series of 477, while Perkins shot 470 and Young had a 457.
Tough Muff had the high team game at 940 and the high series at 2540. Fischer Trucking leads the standings at 32-8, while Bi-Polar Roller second at 30-10.
In Thursday Night Ladies League action, Jackie Burton rolled the high series of 593.
Roberta Phillips was second with a 575, followed by Ruth Bohall at 546, Annette Adkins at 527 and Rose Behymer at 514.
Burton also had the high game of 266 and was followed by Phillips at 213, Adkins and Traci Petro at 209 and Bohall at 201. Weiler’s Rental had the high team game of 980 and the high team series of 2,751.
Strikes, Spares & Mrs. led the league at 22-10.
In Senior Men’s League play, Fred Burton rolled a 288 game to take high honors, followed by Steve Phillips at 266, Donn Voyles at 246, Jim Fields at 225, and Jim Rosenberger and Dave Taylor at 220.
Burton had the high series of 680, while Voyles rolled a 645, John Zieleniuk had a 619 and Taylor at 606.
The Pumas had the high handicap series of 2,810. The Tigers lead the standings at 26-6.
In the Community Church of Columbus Bowling League, Carson Morris shot 210 for high game honors, followed by Randy Morris at 208 and Steve Franklin at 204. Kurt Verkamp had the high series of 551, followed by Tonhy Schaull at 540 and Randy Morris at 529.
Katie Gemberling had the high ladies game of 188, followed by Vicki Smith at 160 and Shirley Sanders at 159. Gemberling rolled the high series of 505, followed by Smith at 437 and Sanders at 411.
Team No. 6 leads the standings at 22-2.
East junior varsity rolls
Steve O’Neal ran 90 yards for a touchdown to lead the Columbus East junior varsity past Jennings County 50-0.
O’Neal also had a 40-yard touchdown run. Tyler Johnson ran three yards and 15 yards for touchdowns. Quarterback K.J. McCarter threw 8-, 20- and 20-yard touchdown passes to Dalton Edgecomb.
Chris Godsey and Hunter Wetherald both had fumble recoveries. East is 4-0.
North JV team gets win
Michael Behling caught a pair of touchdown passes from Wyatt Barkes as Columbus North downed Franklin Central 37-26 in junior varsity football.
Barkes also connected
with Mitchell Essex on a touchdown pass, while
Tyler Wang and Collin
Hatchett both rushed for touchdowns. Essex kicked five point-afters.
Dogs’ freshmen prevail
Mitchell Burton ran seven yards for a touchdown and Harley Huser returned an interception 62 yards for a touchdown as Columbus North’s freshmen downed Franklin Central 14-8 to move to 4-0.
DeShawn Hunter had a punt block with Spencer West recovering. Coleman Tennyson had a fumble recovery.
Central eighth-graders fall
Central dropped a 12-0 decision to Northside in eighth-grade football action. Nick Booth, Andrew Chapman, Caleb Bower and Nick Wright played well on defense for Central.
In the B game, the teams tied 0-0. Central’s Carson Gilpin had five tackles, and Cameron Jenkins and Damon Hunter each had four tackles.
Central’s seventh-grade team edged Northside 8-6. Jay Salinas scored Central’s touchdown on a three-yard carry, and Cody Horner ran over for the two-point conversion. The Chargers’ offensive line of Brock Nolting, Sam Webster, Jacob Sitterding, Dalton Gavin, Zach Bolte and Nathan Fairchild had a solid game. The Central B team won 8-0 as Sylas Kuhfal scored on a 20-yard run and ran over for the two-point conversion.
Jennings stays strong
The Jennings County seventh-grade girls White team rolled past Madison 25-11, 25-16 to raise its record to 11-1.
Kylee Matern had five aces for Jennings County, while Naomi Beal and Karlee Madinger each had three aces. Taylor Marksberry had one ace.
Ally Brown had five kills, but it wasn’t enough as the Jennings County seventh-grade Blue girls team dropped a 25-6, 25-16 decision to St. Peter Lutheran.
Jennings County also dropped a 25-11, 25-19 decision to Immanuel Lutheran to fall to 2-4. Chloe Fields had three aces for Jennings County, while Brown had two kills.
Eighth-grade Jets soar
The Hauser eighth-grade girls volleyball team downed St. Bartholomew’s 25-10, 25-13. Sydney Schoen led Hauser with 15 aces. Tessa Sims had five kills and Schoen had seven kills. Alana Owens and Haley Embry led the team in assists. The Jets are 6-0.
The seventh-grade team lost 25-23, 25-22 to St. Bartholomew’s. Taylor Henderson led the Jets in hitting and serving. Jada Asher led Hauser in assists.
Hauser also won the St. John’s Sauers of Jackson County Round Robin
They beat St. John’s 25-21, 25-20; Medora 25-8, 25-12 and Seymour 25-20, 25-6. Schoen was the leading hitter, while the leading servers were Sarah Tedder, Alana Owen and Schoen. Leading setters were Kacey Bay and Haley Embry.
Runner sets record
In Northside’s 20-35 victory against Central, Arig Tong ran 12:18 to set a course record at Noblitt Park.
Northside’s Ellie Hammond was second, while Taylor Newell was third, Kristen Ballard was fifth, Madelyn Sanders was ninth, Sophie Bailey was 11th, Sydney Geckler was 13th and Sarah Park was 14th.
The Northside girls also finished second at the 26-team Eagle Classic in Nashville with 108 points. Seymour won the meet with 49. Tong was sixth, Hammond was ninth and Newell was 14th.
In boys action, Northside nipped Central 29-30 as Evan Porter placed third, Matt Boldrey was fifth, Drew Smith was sixth, Matt Newland was seventh, Payton Shelton was eighth, Roman Cyliax was ninth, and Ross Gill was 10th. Central’s Michael Zieleniuk won the meet, whileteammates Charlie Allen was second, and Dustin Rodgers was third.
At the Eagle Classic, Northside was second with 64 points, while Tell City won with 41. Porter was sixth overall, Cyliax was 12th, Boldrey was 13th, Newland was 15th, and Shelton was 18th.
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