Littrell and Sasse named Northside Men’s Tennis MVP

Northside’s eighth-grade volleyball team finished a 13-6 season last week. Team members included, front row, left to right, Natasha Armstrong, Izzy Yentz, Tarikwa Linnemann, Hannah Perry, Addison Robinson, Hollie Laker, Audrey Myers; and at the back, Mallory Todd, Lois Guest, Karen Dutro, assistant coach Kailey Smith, head coach Becca Sturgill, Sydney Ousley and Danyel Roxbury.

Teddy Littrell and Vince Sasse have been named co-MVP of the Northside men’s tennis team.

Munnaluri and Sangolli were named the most improved. Sylas Broderick and Vyom Desai shared the seventh-grade mental attitude award, and Cam Shute won the eighth-grade mental attitude award.

The Spartans finished the season 7-1 after a 3-2 win over Seymour on Tuesday. University winners included singles player Littrell and doubles teams Jace Branham / Burhan Fanee and Shute / Zyan Vallette.

Northside JV won 4-0 with winning doubles teams made up of Advait Aras / Sasse, Chandan Munnaluri / Shashu Sabapathy, Ricardo Prata / Raj Sangolli and Broderick / Desai.


East JV falls to Floyd

Columbus East JV suffered a 12-8 loss by Floyd Central.

Laird Stidham had an interception return for a touchdown for the Olympians (2-3, 2-1). Jackson Fox also had an interception and Kaden Fields recovered a fumble.


The Panthers end up undefeated

Jennings County eighth-grade White team finished 18-0 after a 25-7, 25-9 win over Seymour on Thursday. Addison Martin served six aces and Abrey Belding added four aces.

The Panthers were coming off a 25-11, 25-16 win over Brownstown on Tuesday. Syd Kegley recorded two kills and a block, and Molly Ernstes served four aces.

On Monday, Jennings rallied for a 21-25, 25-13, 15-6 win over Greensburg. Martin and Belding each served five aces.

Meanwhile, the Panthers’ seventh-year White team beat Madison 25-3, 25-14 and Brown County 25-8, 25-10 last weekend to move up to 12-2.


Jennings takes fourth place

The Jennings County boys finished fourth with 101 points at Thursday’s Bedford Invitational. Tri-Nord won with 44 points.

Zach Walhman and Aaron Lewis were third and fourth in 12 minutes, 5 seconds and 12:08 for two miles to lead the Panthers. Nate Fewell was 27th in 13:05, while Collin Sharp-Davidson was 29th (13:08) and Jace Vojkufka 88th (13:40).


Gray’s takes the lead

Gray’s Pro Shop improved to 28-4 and now leads the Dave York Memorial Tuesday BCB League by four games against DNA Cleaning and 96.3 WJAA.

Gray’s had the best team scratch score (3,442) and Self Insurance had the best team scratch score (1,161). Sorrells Real Estate posted the high team handicap game (1,205) and 12 Guage had the high team handicap streak (3,553).

Kent Thompson recorded the best individual scratching set (299) and Clint Million had the best individual scratching streak (788).

Betty stays on top

Betty’s Beauty Barr maintained her lead in the Wessel & White BHHS Wednesday Night Mixed League at 28-4. State Farm-Kayla Stice Agent is two games behind at 26-6.

State Farm-Kayla Stice won the High Scratch Match (874) and Betty’s won the High Scratch Series (2,378). Alive-N-Kickin posted the high handicap match (1,025) and Ups & Downs won the high handicap series (2,692).

The best male performances went to Vince Robinson for the scratch game (289), Andy Barr for the scratch series (730) and the handicap game (315) and William Wells for the handicap series (703). The top women were Cheryl Miller for the scratch game (235) and the scratch series (604) and Barbara Prewitt for the handicap game (254) and the handicap series (725).

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