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North bowlers knock off No. 2 team


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The Columbus North bowling team defeated No. 2-ranked Seymour in a close match, 11-9.

The Bull Dogs are now 10-1 on the season and are a strong favorite to claim the conference sectional Jan. 26.

Leading the way for the Bull Dogs is Jacob Rose, with an average of 183 over six 16 games, fifth highest in the conference.

Rose is supported by Cody Froedge, with an average of 173, 12th in the conference.

Local bowler rolls 300 in Wednesday Sport League

In Wednesday Sport League action at Columbus Bowling Center, Chris Jones rolled a 300 game on his way to the high score series of 796.

Jones was followed by Ryan Pepmeier (654), Jeremy Adler (622), James Mitchell (599), Kevin Voss (584) and Clint Million (570).

Teresa Million rolled the women’s high series of 531, followed by Shannon Antcliff with 525.

Revenge had the team high game of 701, as well as the team high series of 1,875. Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter, followed with a team score game of 622 and team score series of 1,735.

Revenge leads the standings at 215-105, followed by Team 4 (189.5-130.5), Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter (172-148) and Team 5 (167-153).

In Monday Night Church League action, Joe Coy rolled the high series of 662.

Coy was followed by John Zieleniuk (641), Michael Alessandro (631), Jim Fields (630), Cleveland Stallworth (597), Larry Klebenow (597), Charley Placke (596), Steve Shroyer (586), Keith Arbuckle (572) and Andrew Rutan (570).

Hope First Baptist now leads the standings, followed by Second Baptist, Face to Face, Garden City No. 1 and First Presbyterian.

In Merry Mixers action, Dave York had the men’s high series of 724, followed by Darrin Wheeler (674), John York (669), Freddy Burton (663) and Buddy Bohall (648).

York also had the men’s high game of 269, followed by Rick Wilson Sr. (266).

On the women’s side, Corey Behymer rolled the high series of 667, followed by Jackie Burton (600), Judy Anderson (593), Pat Franklin (574) and Shannon Antcliff (559).

Corey Behymer also had the women’s high game of 278, followed by Jackie Burton (234), Judy Anderson (213), Ruth Bohall (205) and Barb Kennedy (203).

Wildcats had the team high series of 2,980, while ADJ4U had the team high game of 1,118.

In Sunday Night Mixed League, Henry Schultz III had the men’s high game of 277, followed by Dustin England with 256 and Andy England with 238.

Schultz III also had the men’s high series of 714, followed by Andy England with 682 and Kevin Branum with 651.

On the women’s side, Kerry Walker had the high game of 213, followed by Theresa Schultz with 203 and Ashley Burton with 192.

Walker also had the women’s high series of 558, followed by Ashlynn Branum with 524 and Angie Wilson with 505.

In Thursday Night Ladies League play, Jackie Burton rolled a 600 series, followed by Rose Behymer at 595, Bonnie Rogers at 593, Bev Crussel at 573 and Sherry Munn at 519. Burton also had the high game at 244, followed by Rogers at 227, Crussel at 218, Behymer at 208 and Munn at 201. Split Happens had the high game 1,069 and Burton’s Hydraulic had the high series of 2,948. CBC leads the league with a 124-36 record, while Burton’s Hydraulic is second at 99-61 and J&D Lawncare is third at 96-64.

In Wednesday Night Mixed, Richard Baldwin had the high game for the men at 258, followed by Darren Rutan at 233 and Babe Herron at 226. Julie Stillabower had the high women’s game at 208, followed by Tanya Hiday at 200 and Katie Jessup at 185.

Baldwin had a 699 series, followed by Rutan at 604 and Herron at 589. Hiday had the top women’s series at 545, while Katie Jessup rolled a 528 and Sarah Jessup scored a 515.

Old Time Flea Market leads the team standings at 109-43, while the Ramm Rodds were second at 94-58 and the Low Low Rollers were third at 91-61.

In Senior Men’s League play, Paul Rynerson bowled a 257 to lead the way, while Steve Phillips shot 248, Fred Burton rolled a 235, Allen Smith recorded a 214 and Russ Brummett had a 213.

Phillips shot the high scratch series of 725, followed by Rynerson at 700, Burton at 622, John Morris at 584 and Everett Herron at 565.

The Hawks had the high handicap series of 2,850, the Badgers had a 2,816, and the Alley Cats shot 2,764. The Tigers and Badgers lead the standings at 105-47, followed by the Hawks at 82-70.

BROOMBALL

Kutters roll to victory in Broomball play

Week 8 of broomball took place on Sunday at Hamilton Center.

CCA Kutters defeated Toxic Monkeys 8-0, with Scott Herron, Brett Carpenter and Adam Anderson each scoring two goals.

Hansons defeated Flying Zambonis, with Terry Ruetell scoring Flying Zambonis’ only goal.

Yoopers beat Monsters of Rock 3-1, with Tamas Rauznitz scoring two goals for Yoopers, while Nathan Kent added one. Ben Eckhart had the lone goal for Monsters of Rock.

Our Name is Earl defeated Toyota Renegades 4-3, with Dane Bremmer, Tom Kareus, Bart Dye and Ryan Putnam each scoring one goal for Our Name is Earl. Greg McNealy had two goals for Toyota Renegades, while Jimmy Robertson added one.

The Rock Pile leads the standings at 14-7, followed by Our Name is Earl (12-6) and Hansons (11-5).

WRESTLING

Bobby Black keeps Tri-State belt with win

The “New Years Nightmare” HPW wrestling event took place in Columbus on Saturday.

Bobby Black kept the HPW Tri-State belt by pinning Aaron Anarchy, while Cooter Clampett pinned Damien Cole.

Donnie Idol pinned Shawn Cook, while The Zombie Rob Ramer beat Ricky Ruckus.

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