Rushville Republican


December 20, 2013

Three EIAC swim teams compete at Greensburg

GREENSBURG - The Pirates hosted EIAC foes Rushville and Batesville for a swim meet Tuesday. The Lady Pirates won the team title with 146 followed by Batesville 119 and Rushville 34. For the boys, Batesville prevailed with 139 followed by Greensburg 100 and Rushville 38.

Rushville’s 200 medley relay team of Frances Percell, Cara Moore, Abby Clark and Teagan Warner finished fifth in 3:05.74. For the boys, the team of Sam Cole, Stone Worth, Dalton Miller and Bradlee Gwinnup was fourth in 2:18.07.

In the 200 freestyle, Courtney Hall took fifth in 3:02.87 with Lindsay Flannery sixth in 3:41.45. Dalton Miller was fourth for the boys in 2:24.90.

Worth finished fifth in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:49.86.

In the 50 freestyle, Mekyna Hall was sixth in :33.97 with Warner sixth in :37.36. In the junior varsity race, Jessica Schlechtweg had a personal best :37.11 and Brooke Cameron finished in :37.17. For the boys, Gwinnup was fifth in :32.91.

Moore took fifth in the 100 freestyle in 1:23.71 with Flannery sixth. For the boys, Cole was fourth in 1:05.78 and Gwinnup was sixth in 1:14.96.

Clark finished the tough 500 freestyle in 7:49.43 for fifth place. Brenna Hall was sixth in 8:03.85. For the Lions, Miller touched the way third in 6:31.41.

The 200 freestyle relay team of Mekyna All, Courtney Hall, Clark and Brenna Hall finished fifth in 2:15.88 with the team of Warner, Cameron, Moore and Flannery sixth in 2:43.05. For the Lions, the team of Worth, Cole, Gwinnup and Miller took second in 1:59.80.

In the 100 backstroke, Percell had a personal best 1:40.63 to take fifth place with Schlechtweg sixth in a personal best 1:56.08. Cole had a 1:22.10 time for the boys for fourth place.

Mekyna Hall finished fourth in the 100 breaststroke in 1:27.02. For the Lions, Worth was third in 1:23.91.

The 400 freestyle relay team of Clark, Courtney Hall, Brenna Hall and Mekyna Hall finished fifth in 5:39.85 with the team of Moore, Cameron, Percell and Schlechtweg sixth in 6:08.33.

Contact: Aaron Kirchoff at 765-932-2222, ext. 114

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