High school sports roundup – May 26


Bull Dogs down Cougars

Zachary Schiavello carded a 79 Wednesday to win medalist honors and lead Columbus North to a 323-346 win against Bloomington North at Harrison Lake.

Drew Smith carded an 80 for the Bull Dogs. Spencer Fairbanks added an 81, Matt Vorndran had an 83, Bryce Turner finished with an 84 and Henry Kiel and Jared Imlay each shot 85.

On Tuesday, Columbus North beat Greensburg 160-166 at Greensburg Country Club. Smith tied for medalist honors with a 37. Turner, Fairbanks and Schiavello all shot 41; Vorndran added a 42 and Imlay had a 43.

Panthers victorious

MADISON — Bailey Wilder carded a 40 to win medalist honors and lead Jennings County to a 184-243 win against Madison Shawe Wednesday at Sunrise.

Austin Roscoe added a 44 for the Panthers. Samson Miller had a 49, Bryce Kirchner and Briar Davis each shot 51, and Keegan Beal finished with a 55.

Red Devils top East

JEFFERSONVILLE — Columbus East fell to Jeffersonville 157-163 Tuesday at Jeffersonville Elks.

Thomas Ruch led the Olympians with a 39. Derek Alexander carded a 40, Austin Proffit added a 41, Nathan Cesarski shot 43, Mark Mayhew had a 45 and Avery Foist finished with a 56.

Braves beat Jets

Hauser came away with a 176-194 loss to Indian Creek Tuesday at Clifty Creek.

Justin Compton led the Jets with a 40. Chase Connor carded a 48, Nick Neafus added a 51, Owen Green shot 55 and Trevor Potts had a 62.


Trojans edge Olympians

SHELBYVILLE — Columbus East rallied from a 4-1 deficit to tie the game, but East Central scored an unearned run in the bottom of the seventh to claim a 5-4 win in Tuesday’s opening round of the Shelbyville Sectional.

Elyse Babb smacked a two-run double in the fifth. In the sixth, Ashley Sweet doubled and scored the tying run on a single by Kendra Pastrick.

Hayley Smalley, who knocked in the Olympians’ first run pitched the final 5 2/3 innings, allowing four hits and no runs. Babb had two doubles for East (3-18).


Two Panthers advance

BLOOMINGTON — Two Jennings County athletes qualified for the June 3 Girls Track and Field State Finals with top-three finishes in Tuesday’s Bloomington North Regional.

Kayla Truesdell finished third in the shot put with a throw of 37 feet, 5 inches. Justine Corya took third in the 400 meters in 1 minute, .43-seconds.