North, East JV finish with wins

Staff Reports

The Columbus North and Columbus East junior varsity football teams both wrapped up their seasons with wins last weekend.

The Bull Dogs beat Southport 24-16 to finish 8-1. Trenton Kelley threw touchdown passes of 22 and 34 yards to Langston Lunsford, and Andrew Chapman ran 4 yards for a score. Kelley ran for two 2-point conversions, and Chapman ran for the other.

The Olympians routed Bedford North Lawrence 41-8 to finish 7-2. Brayden Smith ran for touchdowns of 8, 3 and 20 yards, Kenton Kamman threw scoring passes of 50 and 20 yards to Thomas Jenkins and Jay Salinas ran 5 yards for a touchdown.

Kamman threw 2-point conversion passes for Cody Horner and Jenkins, and Luke Riley kicked an extra point. Horner and Donte Seniors had interceptions.


Berkshire claims top seed

Berkshire Hathaway won two more games last weekend to claim the top seed and receive a first-round bye in the CFFL Tournament.

Berkshire beat Hard Up 28-14 and Enkei America Inc. 48-20. In other games, Hard Up blanked Color Pro Painting 21-0, Smith’s Row edged Anytime Fitness 14-12, Team Hands-Bro shut out Put Boobie In 21-0 and On Tap downed Smith’s Row 31-25.


Bowler rolls 279 game

Michael Cook posted a 279 game for the men’s high game in the Sunday Night Mixed League. Toby Burton had the men’s high series (747), and Kerry Walker recorded the women’s high game (247) and series (607). Independents had the team high game (997) and series (2,721), and Here We Go Again leads the team standings at 46-18.

Ryan Boyer had the high game (278), and Matt Sanders had the high series (760) in the Tuesday Night Men’s League. Gray’s Pro Shop had the team high game (1,284), and Boyer Machine and Tool had the team high series (3,613). Gray’s Pro Shop and Independents are tied atop the team standings at 46-10.

Bonnie Roberts rolled the women’s high game (195) and series (544) in the Wednesday Night Mixed League. Christopher Harrison had the men’s high game (267), and Richard Baldwin tallied the men’s high series (753). Red Neck Rollers had the team high game (920) and series (2,503), and Alive and Kicking leads the team standings at 42-14.

Jim Stark posted the high game (248) in the Senior Men’s League. Vern Phillips and John Zieleniuk shared the high series (600). Cougars had the team high handicap series (2,977), and Wildcats lead the team standings at 54-18.