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In Merry Mixers action Friday, Rick Wilson Jr. rolled a perfect 300 game and finished with a huge 809 series.
He was followed by Clint Million at 748, Rick Wilson Sr. at 722, Joe Coy at 719, Miles Lauderbaugh at 698, Rose Behymer at 589, Pat Franklin at 559, Pam Shead at 558, Jackie Burton at 542 and Bev Crussel at 523.
Colt Fans rolled the high game of 1,091, and Steve’s Small Engine had the high series of 3,081. Spruce Ridge leads the standings at 48-8, with Tony London Co. second at 40-16.
Joy Wilson rolled the women’s high game of 223 in Sunday Mixed League play at the Columbus Bowling Center.
She was followed by Pam Beatty at 218 and Ashlynn Branum at 205. Ashley Burton had the high series of 558, while Lori Simpson had a 549 and Wilson rolled a 527.
In men’s play, J.R. Rowe had the high game of 267, followed by Toby Burton at 259 and Luther Johnson at 258. Burton had the high series of 718, while Billy Gray rolled a 683 and Rick Wilson Sr. had
Four Friends and Outlaws are tied for first place in
the standings at 36-20,
with Caleb’s Crusaders next
In Monday Night Church League action, John Zieleniuk shot the high series of 679 and was followed by Steve Shroyer at 651, Terry Evans at 640, Tony Wittman at 620, Randy Wheeler at 616, Dave Emmert at 606, Bob McDonley at 603, Steve Phillips at 602, Dick Butler at 594 and Scott Crowder at 593.
St. Peters No. 1 leads the team standings followed by Grayford Road Chuck of God, Petersville United Methodist Church, Garden City No. 1 and Second Baptist.
Jim Medlock shot a sizzling 734 to lead Tuesday Men’s League 5000 To Win play. Randy Rudzinski rolled 713, followed by John Hall at 697, Brian Phillips at 687, Courtney McCoy at 686, Donn Voyles at 677, Niles Lauderbaugh and Rick Wilson Jr. at 672, Clint Million at 668, Billy Behymer at 667, Bob Haggard Jr. at 662, Don Wetzel at 658, John Zieleniuk at 654, Troy Coffman at 648 and Jamie England
Bartholomew County Beverage had the high game of 1,294, while Enviro-Test rolled the high series of 3,644.
Oh Well leads the standings at 42-14, with Bob Poynter/Arizona Sports Shirts in second at 38-18.
In Senior Men’s League results Thursday, Fred Burton had the high game of 278, followed by John Zieleniuk at 257, Steve Phillips at 247, Jim Fields at 244 and Jim Stark at 238. Burton had the high series of 735, followed by Phillips at 718, Fields at 668, Donn Voyles at 619 and Vern Phillips at 613.
The Badgers had the high team handicap series of 3,045, while the Tigers lead the standings at 48-24, followed by the Eagles at 46-26.
In Thursday Night Ladies League play, Jackie Burton had the high series at 648, while Rose Behymer was second at 582. They were followed by Barbara Kennedy at 537, Roberta Phillips at 533 and Ruth Bohall at 518. Burton had the high game of 244, followed by Behymer at 223, Kennedy at 210, Phillips at 192 and Kathy Lentz at 190.
CBC had the high game of 990 and the high series of 2,833. Daves Trucking leads the standings at 46-26, followed by Burton’s Hydraulic at 44-28 and J&D Lawncare at 42-30.
Bull Dogs freshmen soar
The Columbus North freshman football team crushed Southport 44-6 as Tanner Payne and Mitchell Burton each rushed for two touchdowns.
Payne ran 28 yards and
4 yards for his touchdowns, while Burton went 52 yards and 48 yards.
Tucker Payne ran 73 yards for a touchdown.
Tanner Payne threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to DeShawn Hunter and a 15-yard scoring pass to Cameron Wilson.
Jordan Kelley had a fumble recovery for North, and Cooper Trinkle had an interception.
North is 8-1.
East finishes unbeaten
The Columbus East junior varsity football team ran past Bedford North Lawrence 54-14.
Steven O’Neal had 65- and 80-yard touchdown runs. Quarterback K.J. McCarter scored on 5- and 10-yard touchdown runs. McCarter threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Donovan Davis, who also ran 70 yards for a
Dave Turner returned a fumble 25 yards for a touchdown for East.
Quade Greiwe scored on a safety for East, while Hunter Wetherald, Noah Wichman and Clayton Gilmore had interceptions. Gilmore also blocked a punt.
East finished 9-0 and 6-0 in the Hoosier Hills Conference.
Swim club enjoys success
Donner Swim Club had a great meet at the 2013 Indiana Summer Divisional Championships in Fishers. The following swimmers finished in the
Nicholas Green (11) placed first in the 11-12 200 IM, 100 fly and 200 free, second in the 100 free, third in the 50 fly and fourth in the 50 breaststroke. Albert Nusawardhana (10) won the 10-and-under 100 free, 200 free and 200 IM. He was also fifth in the 50 free, seventh in the 100 back and 13th in the 50 back.
Alexandra Nusawardhana (14) placed first in the 13-14 200 IM and 200 back, second in the 100 free and 400 IM, seventh in the 200 breast and 13th in the 100 breast. Aidan McAlister (10) placed first in the 10-and-under 100 back, third in the 200 free, sixth in the 50 free and seventh in the 100 free.
Kaitlyn Niebrugge (13) won the 13-14 100 back and placed second in the 200 back. Olivia Morlok (11) was second in the 11-12 500 free, third in the 100 free, fourth in the 200 free, seventh in the 200 IM and eight in the 100 fly.
Daniel Utterback (8) placed ninth in the 10-and-under 100 back, 10th in the 50 free, 13th in the 200 free and 16th in the 50 back. Karlie Brown (11) was ninth in the 11-12 100 fly and 14th in the 50 fly. Tiger Lee (12) placed 10th in the 11-12 100 breaststroke.
Jackson Swain (14) was 11th in the 13-14 100 and 200 breaststroke races. Annika Noll (13) placed 11th in the 13-14 200 back. Will Noll (12) was 12th in the 11-12 500 free and 15th in the 100 breast. Katrina Noll (9) was 14th in the 10-and-under breaststroke and 16th in the 50 breast. Also competing for Donner were Lauren Barker (8), Jocelyn Carroll (10), Nalanie Cortez (8), Rhiddi Garg (10), Jared Greene (11), Rachel Gutman (12), Sydney Morlok (8), Ayush Panda (11), Rachel Sabotin (11) and Jennifer Utterback (11).
The team also had a huge meet at the 2013 LCM (Long Course Meters) Age Group State Championships, conducted at the IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis.
Donner Swim Club placed 12th. Michael Brinegar (13) was Donner’s top scorer at AGS with 103 points in the 13-14 age group winning the 200, 400, 800 and 1500 freestyle events and placing third in the 200 fly and 10th in the 100 fly. Grace Haskett (14) was next with 45 points, placing third in the 13-14 100 and 200 Backstroke races and sixth in the 50 free.
Sam Russell (12) dropped time in all of his races, placed in the top 14 in 5 of his 6 events, made four Zone cuts, and scored 24 points. He was 10th in the 11-12 200 IM, 12th in the 50 fly and 200 free, 13th in the 100 fly and 14th in the 400 free. Matthew Pearson (10) was 10th in the 10-and-under 100 fly and 14th in the 100 back. Adam Zhuang (14) also scored points placing 14th in the 13-14 100 breast and 15th in the 200 breast.
Donner’s relays also did well. The 13-14 boys placed fifth in the 200 free (Arturo Contreras, Angel Torres Martinez, Adam Zhuang and Michael Brinegar), 200 medley (Brinegar, Zhuang, Thomas Goble, and Contreras) and 400 free (Contreras, Martinez, Zhuang and Brinegar) relays. The 400 medley relay (Brinegar, Zhuang, Goble and Contreras) also finished top 8 in seventh place.
The 13-14 girls also scored points placing 12th in the 400 medley, 13th in the 200 medley and 15th in the 200 free
relays (Grace Haskett, Jennifer Gutman, Alexandra Nusawardhana and Darby Coles). The 10-and-under boys 200 medley relay medaled when they placed eighth (Daniel Utterback, Albert Nusawardhana, Matthew Pearson and Aidan McAlister). The same four boys also scored in the 200 free relay by placing 13th.
Other Donner swimmers competing at AGS included Jared Carroll (12), Nicholas Green (11), Betsy King (11), Carlos Torres Martinez (11), Olivia Morlok (11) and Kaitlyn Niebrugge (13).
And to cap off the great season, the team had a nice showing at the Central Zones in Geneva, Ohio.
Michael Brinegar and Sam Russell were the only two swimmers from Donner to attend (Grace Haskett qualified but couldn’t go). Russell placed 13th in the 200 free.
Brinegar placed ninth in the prelims of the 13-14 boys 100 free but had to scratch out of the finals because he had to leave early. He won the 200 free in a 1:59.67. He also won and broke the Central Zone records in the 400 free (4:11.37), 800 free (8:37.21) and 1,500 free (16:29.03).
He is the only 13-14 boy in the Central Zone to hold more than one record, and that includes Olympian Mark Gangloff and current U.S. National Team member Kevin Cordes, as well as Michael Andrew, a 14-year-old phenon who turned professional this summer (and competed in the Central Zone meet at Donner last summer as a 13-year-old). Michael Brinegar’s times in all four events that he won were also Donner 13-14 club records.
Brinegar is ranked fifth nationally in the 200 free, fourth nationally in the 400 free, third nationally in the 800 free and fifth nationally in the 1500 free.
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