In Week 5 of PAAL action, the Redskins ripped the Cowboys 36-0 in Seniors play as Tom Jenkins, Lance Griewe, Jackson Payne and Zander Gentry all scored touchdowns.
The Raiders beat the Vikings 28-7. No names reported.
In Juniors play, Luke Bless scored two touchdowns and Hayden McDaniel scored one touchdown as the 49ers downed the Chargers 18-0.
The Browns beat the Colts 26-14 as Crase Bergman scored two touchdowns and Layton White and Kyler McIntosh each scored one touchdown. Brock Thalls had two touchdowns for the Colts.
The Steelers beat the Cowboys 30-13.
The Columbus East freshmen crushed New Albany 47-0 as Sam Dwenger scored three touchdowns. Dwenger ran 10 yards and six yards for two scores and returned a fumble 40 yards for another touchdown.
Steven O’Neal opened the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown run and Coy Park, K.J. McCarter and Sidney Williams also had touchdown runs.
Nick Cull, Rico Lewis, Dwenger and Park all had fumble recoveries.
The East junior varsity beat New Albany 26-16.
Karson Kamman threw 45- and 20-yard touchdown passes to Cam Curry to spark the victory and he also scored on a 1-yard run. Denzel Johnson ran three yards for a touchdown for East, which is 2-2 overall.
Cummings XPI, Sparkle, Johnny’s win in men’s league
In Wednesday Men’s League play, Cummings XPI beat the Other Guys 9-2. Sparkle Car Wash downed Paula’s Boys/Tom’s Commercial 11-5 and Johnny’s Bar & Grill defeated Raft to Rafters 21-16.
In Monday Men’s League play, Jager Bombers downed the Wolf Pack/Midwest 14-13 and Turner Machine edged Weber Climbing Service 17-14.
In Tuesday Night Co-Ed play, H&H beat Psychotic Destruction 13-12, Lancaster Hearing Aid nipped Jiffy Lube/Midnight Express 15-14 and Cummins Fuel Systems edged Genesis, 20-19.
In Thursday Night Co-Ed play, TILG beat Toyota All-Stars 11-3, Master Batters edged Sandcrest 14-13 and Drew’s Crew defeated Hoosiers 12-6.
Burton rolls high scratch
game at Bowling Center
Fred Burton edged Steve Phillips by a pin, 267-266, for high scratch game honors in the Senior Men’s League on Thursday at the Columbus Bowling Center.
Ron Wiggins rolled a 229 while Donn Voyles and Vern Phillips each had a 225.
Burton had 713 to notch the high series while Steve Phillips had 669. Jim Stark rolled a 636, Voyles had a 620 and Vern Phillips shot 611.
The Cougars had the high team handicap series at 2,872, two pins better than the Tigers. The Eagles had a 2802.
The Tigers lead the pack with a 24-8 record while the Badgers and Hawks are both at 22-10.
In Wednesday night mixed action, Ryan Robertson had the high scratch game with a 236 while Melvin Roberts and Charles Roberts each shot 235. Peggy Smith had a 246 for the women’s high score followed by Katie Jessup and Vicki Perkins, both of whom rolled 204.
Richard Baldwin had the high series at 675 while Robertson shot 633 and Roberts had a 622. Smith had a 569 series to lead the women followed by Tonya Hiday with a 551 and Perkins with a 541.
Four and One-Half Women shot the high team game at 829 while Old Time Flea Market had the high series at 2427. Old Time Flea Market leads the standings at 20-4 while Fischer’s Trucking is second at 18-6.
In Monday Night Church League action, Vern Phillips had the high series at 660, followed by Jim Fields (645), Michael Alessandro (626), Darrin Brown (616), Chuck Wilt (614), Anthony Shaull 610), Tony Wittman (610), Mike VanWhy (598), Fred Emmert (585) and Shane Heck (583).
Free Methodist No. 1 leads the standings followed by Second Baptist, Hope First Baptist, East Columbus U.M.C. and Grayford C.O.G.
In Tuesday Night Men’s League 5000 to Win action, Bobby East rolled a 750 series for high honors followed by Greg Guy Sr. (720), Richard Baldwin (695), Ryan Burchfield (683), Randy Rudzinski (665), R.J. Lambert (657), Mickey Bennett (656), Justin Weichman (646), Roger James (644), John Hall (642), Steve Phillips (636), Henry Schultz III (635), John Hedrick (634), Robert Hayes (634) and Rick Wilson Sr. (631).
Liquor Box had the high team game at 1207 while Happy Rock had the high team series at 3412. Budget Auto Painting leads the standings at 16-0 while Team No. 1 is 14-2.
In Thursday Night Mixed, Rusty Caldwell and Steve Franklin tied for high game at 211. Sally Schneckenberger rolled a 191, Rosemary Hull had a 158 and Shirley Sanders added a 138.
Caldwell shot the high series at 615 followed by Franklin (585), Shaull (593), Schneckenberger (475), Hull (423) and Sanders (386).
Fun & Fellowship had the high game at 826 and the high series at 2351. Fun & Fellowship leads the standings at 8-0 while Heaven Bound is 6-2.