Olympians JV rule out New Albany


The Columbus East college junior football team went undefeated in the Hoosier Hills conference with a 34-0 victory at New Albany.

Owen Vance threw 65 and 10 yard touchdowns at Rolan Ryan and ran 10 yards for a score for the Olympians (2-2, 2-0). Laird Stidham ran 1 yard for a touchdown, and Bo Wagner scored from a 2-yard run.

Vance also ran for a 2-point conversion and threw a 2-point conversion pass to Nico Alvarez. Stidham made two fumbles in defense.

Panthers top Chargers

Parker Elmore pitched for two touchdowns and ran for two scores to lead the Jennings County eighth-graders to a 34-28 victory over Central.

Reed Wilson got both touchdown receptions for the Panthers. Sam Hernandez returned a kickoff for Jennings’ other score.


East JV whitewash Jeff

Columbus East Junior University took a 7-0 victory in Jeffersonville.

Taylor Scott scored two goals and Grace Lykins, Maleah Dyette, Kira VanValkenburg, Katelyn Martin and Emma Patterson all added one goal for the Olympians (4-2-4). Scott, Lykins, Martin and Patterson all had an assist.

Kate Stiles didn’t face a shot on goal while recording the shutout.


Spartan virgin cubs

Northside Middle School swept Madison 5-0 on Thursday.

Teddy Littrell, Vince Sasse and Jaishal Padmanabhan won the singles matches for the Spartans (6-1). Advait Aras and Shashu Sabapathy won a doubles match, as did Vyom Desai and Harshil Gandhi.

Northside JV won 4-1. Cam Shute won a singles match. Doubles winners included the teams of Jace Branham / Zyan Vallette, Burhan Fanee / Chandan Munalluri and Sylas Broderick / Raj Sangolli.


Jennings wins the invitation

Jennings County’s won the Jennings Middle School Invitational Thursday. The Panthers scored 26 points at 35 for St. Peters and 25 for Central.

Jennings’ Zach Wahlman won the 2 mile race in 11 minutes and 32 seconds. Aaron Lewis was second in 11:38, while Collin Sharp-Davidson was fourth (12:22), Nate Fewell eighth (12:44) and Jace Vojkufka 11th (12:58) for the Panthers.


The Panthers go to 13-0

Jennings County eighth-grade White team took their record to 13-0 with six wins in six days last week.

The Panthers defeated Central 25-11, 25-10 on Thursday. Kaydence Lowman recorded 19 points, including eight aces. Molly Ernstes added six points, including four aces.

Jennings was coming off a 25-14, 25-7 victory over Southwestern on Wednesday. Lowman served 10 points, including four aces, and Ernstes added nine points, including three aces.

On Tuesday, the Panthers beat Batesville 25-11, 25-14. Lowman made a block and Abrey Belding served four aces.

Jennings beat South Decatur 25-4, 25-3 on Monday. Ernstes served 12 points, including 10 aces, and Addison Martin had 16 points, including seven aces.

The Panthers were emerging from a tri-county tournament championship, beating Central 25-18, 25-12 and Northside 25-11, 25-8. Syd Kegley had two blocks and Belding served 19 points, including six aces.

Meanwhile, Jennings’ seventh-year blue team improved to 6-0 with a 25-15, 25-16 win over North Decatur on Tuesday.


Panthers down Chargers

The Jennings County Middle School Mixed Team beat the North Decatur Boys 3-1 on Tuesday.

Jacob Ferguson scored two goals and David Dixon scored one goal for the Panthers. Bryson Scroggin recorded five saves and Jesse Jackson made two.


Betty leads the Mixed League

Betty’s Beauty Barr sits atop the Wessel & White BHHS Wednesday Night Mixed League at 22-2. Poynter GM, State Farm Agent-Kayla Stice and 3 Balle & a Split are tied for second at 20-4.

Betty’s Beauty Barr won the Tag Team Scratch (839) and State Farm-Kayla Stice won the Scratch Series (2393). Duke Energy won the high handicap match (934) and Team 17 won the high handicap series (2.648).

The top male bowlers were Zacary Thompson for the scratch game (299), Vince Robinson for the scratch series (782), Jack Hercamp for the handicap game (281) and Kent Thompson for the handicap series (745). Jennifer Thompson won the best women’s scratch game (268) and the streak (621), while Lou Kinman had the high handicap play (259) and Mary Plumer had the high handicap streak (687).

WJAA tops York Memorial

WJAA went 8-0 for the week to improve to 22-2 in the Dave York Memorial Tuesday BCB League. Gray’s Pro Shop has two return games at 20-4.

DNA Cleaning achieved the best team scratch streak (1,161) and PLS LLC took the top scoring streak (3,204). Team 22 won the high handicap match (1,239) and team 18 won the high handicap series (3,578).

Willie Wells Sr. recorded the best individual scratch (289), and Nathan Burchfield had the high streak series (758).

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