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The Northside Spartan eighth-grade football team finished its season with an undefeated record.
Leading the way for the Spartan offense were quarterback Thomas Myers and running backs Cortez Bandy, Noah Earl and Wesley Barkas. The defense stayed strong throughout the season, allowing few points.
Winning the team’s most valuable player award was Barkas, while Logan Abbott won A-team offensive line most valuable player, and Bandy took offensive back most valuable player honors. Will Robbins was the team’s defensive line most valuable player, and Jake Petrusky was the defensive back most valuable player.
Big scores on the lanes
In Senior Men’s action Thursday at the Columbus Bowling Center, John Zieleniuk rolled the high game of 267, followed by Fred Burton at 246, Scott Crowder at 236 and Bill Stott and Jim Stark at 235.
Burton had the high series of 676, followed by Don Voyles at 628, Vern Phillips at 626 and Jim Rosenberger and Stark at 611.
The Tigers had the high team handicap series of 2,963, and they also lead the standings at 54-26. The Cougars are second at 48-32, while the Eagles and Foxes are tied for third at 46-34.
In Thursday Night Ladies League play, Traci Petro had the high series of 629, followed by Rose Behymer at 581, Bev Broussel at 534, Bonnie Rogers at 518 and Anita Hole at 515.
Petro had the high game of 234, followed by Behymer at 202, Rogers at 200, Crussel at 190 and Jackie Burton at 189.
Dave’s Trucking had the high team game of 975 and the high series of 2,880. Dave’s Trucking and Burton’s Hydraulics lead the standings at 56-32, while the Cozy is third at 54-34.
In Merry Mixers league action at the Columbus Bowling Center, Rick Bryant led the men’s high series, rolling 751, followed by Niles Lauderbaugh at 706, Clint Million at 690, Roger James at 671 and Joe Bott at 669.
Rick Bryant also led the men’s high game with 276, followed by Niles Lauderbaugh at 268, Gary Fortner at 262, Jordan Gray at 252 and Steve Franklin at 249.
Shannon Antcliff led the women’s high series with 658, followed by Tina Ashmore at 612, Jackie Burton at 592, Bert Phillips at 579 and Barb Kennedy at 552.
Jackie Burton took the high game honors with 238, followed by Shannon Antcliff at 236, Barb Kennedy at 224, Tina Ashmore at 221 and Teresa Million at 216.
In Monday Night Church league play, Caleb Loper took high series honors with 720, followed by C Lofton at 718, Steve Shroyer at 683, Jim Fields at 650, Mike VanWhy at 630, Terry Evans at 616, John Zieleniuk at 612, Vern Phillips at 597, Darrin Brown at 590 and Larry Bledsoe at 579.
St. Peters No. 1 leads the team standings, followed by Garden City No. 1 in second, Petersville U.M.C. in third, Grayford Road C.O.G. in fourth and First Baptist in fifth.
In the Sunday Night Mixed League, Pam Beatty led the ladies high game with 235, while Martha Griffith scored 222, and Joy Wilson rolled 211.
Pam Beatty took high series honors as well, scoring 638, followed by Martha Griffith at 588 and Lori Simpson at 565.
Rick Wilson Jr. took high men’s game honors with 268, followed by Justin Chandler at 246 and John Zieleniak at 245.
Rick Wilson Jr. rolled the high series score with 697, followed by Henry Schultz Jr. at 643.
The Outlaws lead the team standings at 40-34, followed by Four Friends at 36-28 and Grandmas Tender Care at 35-29.
In Wednesday Night Mixed League action, Richard Baldwin led the individual men’s high game with 258, followed by John Sexton at 230 and Ryan Robertson at 227.
Ryan Robertson took high series honors rolling 655, followed by Richard Baldwin at 652 and Andy Rutan at 633.
Dolores De Campis scored the highest game total with 200 in the women’s division, followed by Mindy Mullis at 192 and Bonnie Roberts at 191.
Bonnie Roberts took the high series score at 533, followed by Mindy Mullis at 526 and Tanya Hiday and Lu Kinman at 510.
Old Time Flea Market rolled the top game at 884, while Tough Mutt led the overall series at 2559. Tough Mutt leads the standings at 56-32, followed by Old Time Flea Market at 55-33, Office Pride and Fischers Trucking at 54-34 and Columbus Lanes and Four and One Half Women at 48-40.
In Tuesday Men’s League 5000 to win play, Clint Million scored the high series with 821, also rolling a perfect game.
Following Million was Rick Wilson Jr. at 752, Jeff Brown at 738, Courtney McCoy at 686, Billy Behymer at 681, Brian Phillips at 671, Darren Neely at 665, Ryan Burchfield at 663, Henry Schultz at 658, Mickey Bennett at 657, Don Gilham at 656, Jeremy Ogle at 648, Steve Harden at 641, Pat Morgan at 632 and Steve Phillips at 629.
Leading the high team game was The West Group rolling 1,281, followed by Advantage Heating and Air at 1,275 and Cherry Pickin’ SOB’s at 1,271. Advantage Heating and Air scored the high series with 3,776, followed by The West Group at 3,658 and Taylorsville Tire at 3,639.
Advantage Heating and Air, Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts and Oh Well currently have a three-way tie at 44-20, followed by Enviro-Test at 38-26 and Bartholomew County Beverage at 37-27.
In Wednesday Sport league action, Jeremy Adler rolled the top series score at 568, followed by Chris Jones at 558, Ryan Pepmeier at 499 and Darren Neeley at 492.
Team No. 3 led the high game with 371, followed by No. 2 at 359. No. 2 scored the top series with 1,038, followed by Team No. 1 at 982.
Team No. 4 leads the standings at 75-53, followed by No. 3 at 69-59, No. 1 at 66.5-61.5 and No. 2 at 54.5-73.5.
In high school bowling action at Classic Lanes in Bloomington, the Columbus North boys team downed Switzerland County 18-2 and beat South Ripley 10½ to 9½. Columbus East lost 19-1 to South Ripley and 13-7 to Seymour.
The Columbus East girls lost 18-2 to South Ripley and 20-0 to Seymour.
Broomball play opens
In the first week of Broomball at the Hamilton Center, Monsters of Rock beat Hansons 5-0, with Tom Kubat scoring two goals and Ben Eckhart, Ken Douglas and Rob Jones each scoring one.
CCA Kutters beat the Toyota Renegades 4-2, with Scott Herron scoring three goals (a hat trick) and Doug Kirk scoring one goal. Greg McNealy and Jimmy Robertson each scored a goal for the Toyota Renegades.
The Rock Pile defeated the Flying Zambonis 8-1, with Matt Street scoring a hat trick with three goals, while Tyler Doulitt and Brent Gordon scored two, and Todd Houchin notched one goal. Nate Linen scored the lone goal for the Flying Zambonis.
Our Name is Earl was able to get past Yoopers, winning 3-1, with Dane Bremmer, Ryan Putnam and Nick Lewis each scoring for Our Name is Earl. Josh Desmet scored a goal for Yoopers.
The Rock Pile, Monsters of Rock, CCA Kutters and Our Name is Earl each lead with one win after the first week, giving them two points.
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