Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


March 13, 2014

Pirates open season at EIAC Indoor meet

Greensburg — The Greensburg track and field teams opened the season Saturday at the EIAC Indoor Meet at East Central. Senior Mary Kamman earned the right as the EIAC Indoor Shot Put Champion with a personal record put of 33-09.5. Sophomore Taylor McIntosh also set a new PR in the 55M Dash and took the runner up position out of 33 competitors.

Overall, according to girls coach Katina Tekulve, all the Greensburg Ladies performed “very well” as every single athlete came home with a ribbon in either their individual or relay events by placing in the top 6.

Results are as follows:

1st place: Mary Kamman - Shot Put 33-09.5.

2nd place: Taylor McIntosh - 55M Dash 7.89.

3rd place: Rylie Smith - 200M 30.32; Shelby Pake - 3200M 12:48.98; Arie Hampton - High Jump 4-06; 776 Sprint Medley (McIntosh, Smith, Hampton, Martin) - 2:04.09; 4x400 (Myers, Allen, Brooke, Layman) - 5:34.31.

4th place: Taylor McIntosh - Long Jump 13-06.25.

5th place: Erin Browning - Shot Put 31-05.

6th place:  Taylor McIntosh - high jump, 4-02.

7th place: Rylie Smith - 55M Hurdles 11.07; Rylie Smith - Long Jump 12-08.

9th place: Brooke Martin - 400M 1:19.31; Michaela Myers - 800M 3:08.49.

10th place: Abby Layman - 400M 1:19.94.

11th place: Alyssa Allen - 800M 3:16.13.

28th place: Arie Hampton - 55M Dash 9.25.


Booker leads Greensburg boys

Senior David Booker led the Greensburg boys, winning the shot put with a toss of 42-02.5.

3rd place: Kyle Redelman, Shot Put (41-01); Dillan Able, 55m Hurdles (9.37).

4th place: 4x400 relay team: Able, Dylan Barber, Logan Yeager and Devin Mick (4:21.12).

5th place: Devin Ruble, Long Jump (17-08.50); Spring Medley Relay team - Able, Ruble, Mick and Jacob Myer (1:47.87); 4x800 Relay team - Barber, Yeager, Louis Moore and Draven Hall (10:39.04).

6th place: 4x400 relay team - Jadrian Woods, Ben Newhart, Scott Dorsett and Hall (5:01.65).

Full results will be published in Friday’s print edition and online.

- Daily News



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