High school sports roundup


Bull Dogs rout Stars

BEDFORD — Columbus North completed its first winning dual-meet season since 2013 with a 63-15 win Thursday at Bedford North Lawrence.

The Bull Dogs (14-5) had their best winning percentage since 2009. Justice Thornton broke the school record for wins by a freshman with 28.

Liam Curfman (106 pounds), Bryce Hawkins (113), Thornton (126), Evan Saevre (138), Luke Spurgeon (160) and Alex Lozano (220) won by pin. Jason Shuey (132), Liam Phillips (152) Keller DeSpain (170), Jared Slocum (182) won by forfeit. Josiah Green (145) won by decision.


North tops Dragons

Emily Moore

NEW PALESTINE — Emily Moore won all four individual events and the all-around competition to lead Columbus North to a 104.975 to 96.475 win at New Palestine. Indianapolis Lutheran had one gymnast and scored 32.05.

Moore swept the vault (9.5), bars (9.675), beam (9.575) and floor (9.2) on her way to taking the all-around with a 37.95. Reese Euler finished second on the vault (9.4), bars (8.95), beam (8.45) and floor (9.075) in placing second in the all-around with a 35.875.

Also for the Bull Dogs. Alli Chambers finished fifth on the bars (7.95). Laney Acton was sixth in the all-around (30.175).


East girls tie Owls

Columbus East’s girls swam to a 93-93 tie with Seymour, while the Olympian boys fell to the Owls 93-87.

Karissa Miller won the 50-yard freestyle (26.23 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:05.45), and Ellie Proffitt took the 100 butterfly (1:02.46) and 100 breaststroke (1:12.25) to lead the East girls. Gabbie Meier captured the diving competition (220.90), Kerigan Greathouse won the 100 freestyle (1:00.15) and the Olympians took the 200 medley (2:02.14) and 200 freestyle (1:47.26) relays.

Judah Nickoll won the 200 freestyle (1:53.96) and 100 backstroke (58.43), and Misha Machavariani took the 200 individual medley (2:04.16) and 100 breaststroke (1:06.91) to lead the East boys. Gavin Day captured the diving (136.15), and East won the 200 medley relay (1:48.33).