Jody’s Gymnastics Zone placed second overall in the Bug Bite invitational that took place last weekend at Bloomington United Gymnastics Center.
Bryce Gillham placed fifth in the 12-year-old age group with an all-around score of 33.500.
Sydney Lee placed third for the 11-year-olds with an all-around score of 33.725, while Tova Edwards placed 13th with a 30.500.
Ashley Niebrugge placed second overall in the 10-year-old age group, with an all-around score of 35.300, while Desiree Lineras placed 10th with a score of 33.300 and Alayne Davis came in 14th at 32.500.
Reagan Mount took fourth for the 9-year-olds with an all-around score of 34.800, while Emily Moore took eighth with a score of 33.500 and Erin Tyler placed ninth at 32.575.
Megan Allman placed 14th overall for the 8-year-olds with an all-around score of 30.200.
Men’s League bowler
scores perfect game
In Tuesday Men’s League action at Columbus Bowling Center, Darren Neely rolled a 300 game, leading to a high score series of 803.
Neely was followed by Billy Gray (755), Henry Schultz Jr. (744), Greg Guy Sr. (740), Don Wetzel (695), John Hedrick (689), Mickey Bennett (688), Bill Murphy (683), David Schmidt (683), Chris Gray (680), Gary Fortner (678), Brandon Bennett (675), Ryan Burchfield (673), Justin Weichman (670) and Richard Baldwin (669).
Bartholomew County Beverage had the team high game of 1,261, followed by Enviro-Test with 1,244 and “Oh Well” with 1,241.
Bartholomew County Beverage also had the team high series of 3,666, followed by “Oh Well” with 3,604 and Liquor Box with 3,570.
Budget Auto Painting now leads the standings at 64-16, followed by “Oh Well” (60-20), Enviro-Test (54-26), Bob Poynter/Arizona Spts Shirt (54-26), Advantage Heating and Air (50-30) and Happy Rock (48-32).
In Wednesday Sport League action, Chris Jones led the men with a high score series of 561, followed by Clint Million (545), Chris Gray (532), Billy Gray (529), Ryan Pepmeier (527) and Kevin Voss (521).
Teresa Million had the women’s high score of 525, followed by Shannon Antcliff with 482.
Revenge had the team high game of 596, followed by Team 5 with 529. Revenge also had the team high series of 1,518, followed by Team 4 with 1,479.
Team 4 now leads the standings at 119.5-60.5, followed by Revenge (105.5-74.5) and Team 5 (100-80).
In Wednesday Night Mixed League play, Pat Fischer rolled the men’s high game of 258, followed by Ryan Robertson with 247 and Delvin Roberts with 243.
Katie Jessup rolled the women’s high game of 230, followed by Sarah Jessup with 225 and Tanya Hiday with 221.
Richard Baldwin had the men’s individual high series of 673, followed by Delvin Roberts with 656 and Ryan Robertson with 647.
Katie Jessup had the women’s individual high series with 579, followed by Sarah Jessup with 549 and Tanya Hiday with 536.
Bush’s Market had the team high game of 873, as well as the team high series of 2,516.
Low Low Rollers now lead the standings at 69-27, followed by Old Time Flea Market (68-28), Bush’s Market (64-32), Ramm Rods (62-34) and Balls Deeps (56-40).
In Thursday Senior Men’s League action, Donn Voyles had the high scratch game of 290. Vern Phillips rolled a 267, followed by Charlie Williams at 234, Steve Phillips at 234 and Jim Fields at 227.
Voyles had the high scratch series at 755 followed by Vern Phillips at 650, Steve Phillips at 637, Williams at 234 and Fields at 611.
The Tigers posted the high handicap series at 2,938 followed by the Foxes (2,849) and the Badgers (2,778). The Tigers lead the team standings at 71-25 while the Badgers are second at 61-35 and the Pumas are third at 51-45.
In high school bowling action, Columbus North raised its record to 3-1 with wins over Edgewood (15-5) and Scottsburg (18-2).
Katie Gemberling rolled a 269 for North, while Jared Lovins shot a 215. Other scores included a 191 by Carson Morris, a 195 by Andrew Herold and Gemberling’s 204.
Rock Pile rout Renegades 9-0; Earl beats Monsters
In week three of Broomball play at Hamilton Center, The Rock Pile defeated Toyota Renegades 9-0. Matt Street led with three goals, followed by Tyler Houchin and Tyler Douthitt with two each and Rob Luck and Todd Houchin with one each.
Our Name is Earl beat the Monsters of Rock 7-0, led by Jeff Sullivan and Megan Bos each with two goals, and Ryan Putnam, Pedro Viteri and Dane Bremmer each with one.
The Yoopers tied Hansons at 3-3, with Brian Neumann, Brett Bradley and Nathan Kent each scoring a goal for Yoopers.
CCA Cutters defeated Flying Zambonis 3-2. Scoring for the cutters were Adam Anderson, Brett Carpenter and Scott Herron each with one goal. Bryan Plunkett had both goals for the Zambonis.
The Rock Pile and Our Name is Earl now lead the standings at 3-0, followed by CCA Kutters at 2-1, Hansons at 1-1, Yoopers at 1-0, Toyota Renegades at 1-2, Monsters of Rock at 0-3 and Flying Zambonis and Toxic Monkeys both at 0-2.
boys, girls dominate
In girls action, Southside downed Schmitt 32-7, Parkside beat Smith 40-17, CSA Fodrea defeated Clifty Creek 33-20, Taylorsville beat CSA Lincoln 31-21 and Richards defeated Mt. Healthy 33-8.
In boys play, Southside downed Schmitt 30-22, Parkside beat Smith 27-2, Clifty Creek prevailed over CSA Fodrea 21-19, CSA Lincoln nipped Taylorsville 32-30, and Richards defeated Mt. Healthy 58-39.