The Northside wrestling team hammered out a 75-33 victory against Bedford Middle School.
Winners for Northside were AJ Brown, Trenton Taylor, Graham Rooks, Corbin Pollitt, Andy Davidson, Dawson Combest, Dakota Kerns, Noah Earl, Ryan Baker, Cole Lemley, Austin Wilson, Cortez Bandy and Alix Downin.
Reserve winners were Marvin Gates and Jalin Asher.
Northside also defeated Brown County 67-30.
Winners for Northside were Brown, Rooks, Pollitt, Davidson, Combest, Kerns, Merrik Peetz, Patrick Sheehan, Wilson, Eli Chapman, Bandy and Garrett Daily. Haley Tetrick won a reserve match.
Six Jennings County
wrestlers earn titles
The Jennings County seventh- and eight-grade wrestling team had six champions in the Switzerland County JV Open.
Winning titles were Jacoby Trotter, Jagur Marshall, Josh Rayburn, Dalton Ferguson, Ramon Becker and Bruce Steinert. Placing second for Jennings County were Logan Allen, Tyler Simpson, Braden Gast, Chaz Coan, Jaylan Kirchner and Connor Johnson.
Finishing third were Xavier Barberis, Steven Davers, Patrick Hornaday and Jesse Johnson.
The seventh- and eighth-grade team beat Madison 69-50.
Recording pins for Jennings County were Dalton Craig, Nick South, Victor Manzanares, Zane Beineke, Hunter Ray, Braden Gast, Brooks Wathen Kaleb South, Ramon Becker, Brady Shepherd and Brendan Sutton. Sam Woolf won by decision.
Reserve winners were Jagur Marshall and Jacoby Trotter.
Hauser seventh-graders sweep past opponents
The Hauser seventh-grade girls basketball team recorded a 46-25 win against South Decatur and a 25-17 victory against Edinburgh.
Tessa Sims scored 13 points against South Decatur, while Alexis Daniels added 10 points. Alana Owen scored seven for Hauser, while Haley Embry had six.
Against Edinburgh, Sims led the way with 14 points, and Sarah Tedder scored seven points.
Hauser’s eighth-grade team dropped a 44-23 decision to South Decatur and lost 34-33 against Edinburgh. Ali Hoover scored eight to lead Hauser against South Decatur, while Kortney Wallace added five points and Hailey Lange had four.
Against Edinburgh, Lange and Wallace each had eight points, while Sims and Tedder had five each.