Sidney Gerkin scored 12 points and Darian Jarvis added 10 to lead the Jennings County eighth-grade girls White team past Oolitic 47-13 to raise their record to 8-7.
Denza Simpson scored eight points, Nicole Richardson had six, and Mackenzie Byram tallied five for Jennings County.
In other Jennings County girls action, the seventh-grade Blue team was edged by South Decatur 29-28. Brooke Minor scored six points for Jennings County, while Laura McHenry, Peyton Hignite and Mollie Swygart each had four points. Jennings County also dropped a 20-13 decision to Northside. Minor led the team with eight points, while Jadyn Henry had three.
can’t match Bedford
Matt Martin and Kris Garlitch each scored 12 points, but the Jennings County seventh-grade boys White team dropped a 45-38 decision to Bedford Middle School.
Travis Wilson had six points for Jennings County, while Austin Roscoe added four.
In other Jennings County boys basketball action, the eighth-grade boys Blue team defeated Connersville 22-18. Bret Sawyer led Jennings County with nine points, Luke Bowling had six, and Brian Galliher added five.
The eighth-grade boys Blue team beat Madison 33-26. Peyton Olds scored 11 points for Jennings County, while Jack Daugherty and Nick Perry each had six points.
Vincent has big game
set for Northside
The Northside seventh-grade boys basketball team downed Jennings County 55-48.
Trey Vincent led Northside with 16 points, while Bailey Hester scored 11, and Drew Hasson added eight. Caleb Pettit scored six points for Northside.
Northside also beat Franklin 32-20 as Hester led the way with 16 points. Vincent had six points, and Pettit notched four.
Central girls claim middle school tourney title
The Central seventh-grade girls team won the Central Middle School Tournament with a 34-26 win over Oolitic. Kenzie Patberg led the Chargers with 18 points.
Central also beat Franklin 25-17, as Kemryn Cantu led the way with nine points. Central also won the B game against Franklin 37-19, as Sarah Hull scored 10 points.
Gross leads Hauser effort
The Hauser seventh-grade boys basketball team ripped Waldron 40-18. Alex Gross was high scorer with 12 points. Justin Compton scored six points, Jacob Rose had five, and Kadin Partingill added four.
Hauser also crushed Edinburgh 53-7. Compton was high scorer with 13. Gross added eight; Andrew Titus had five; and Mason Sherman, Jon Hatton and Pattingill each had four.
The Hauser fifth-grade boys Red team lost to St. Peter’s 29-17. Trey Johnson scored six points for Hauser, while Ethan Wallace and Alex Pattingill had four each.
scores against Lincoln
In girls Elementary Basketball League action, CSA Fodrea beat CSA Lincoln 35-27, Richards defeated Southside 36-18, Rockcreek downed Parkside 29-21, Smith triumphed against Schmitt 34-20, and
Taylorsville won a 33-10 decision against Mount Healthy.
In boys play, CSA Lincoln defeated CSA Fodrea 37-21, Southside outlasted Richards 39-35, Parkside triumphed over Rockcreek 34-14, Schmitt defeated Smith 34-9, and Mount Healthy downed Taylorsville 34-18.
Jennings County rolls
in Parkview tourney
Jennings County had 17 wrestlers go undefeated in the Parkview Invitational at Jeffersonville.
Going 3-0 for Jennings County were Dalton Craig, Nick South, Victor Manzanares, Zane Beineke, Jacoby Trotter, Hunter Ray, Sam Woolf, Seth Box, Wyatt Ponsler, Ethan Palmer, Chase Roll, Brendon Sutton, Brooks Wathen, Cody Graham, Dalton Ferguson,
Ramon Becker and
Jennings County also defeated Greensburg 98-27. Winners were Craig, South, Manzanares, Xavier Barberis, Beineke, Ray, Roll, Wathen, Jagur Marshall, Brandon Cummings, Cody King, William Anderson, Ferguson, Woolf, Shepherd, Sutton and Nick Perry.
Northside experiences mixed results in meet
The Central wrestling team scored a 79-45 victory against Northside.
Winning for Northside were Marvin Gates, Trenton Taylor, Graham Rooks, Corbin Pollitt, Nick Henderson, Eli Chapman, Garrett Daily and Gabe Hutton.
Northside also defeated Greensburg 63-57. Winners were Taylor, Rooks, Pollitt, Dawson Combest, Dakota Kerns, Wyatt Smith, Henderson, Austin Wilson, Chapman and Daily.