Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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May 3, 2013

Pirate junior high track splits against Shelbyville

Greensburg — The Greensburg junior high track teams competed well in their first home meet of the season running against Shelbyville. The teams were split with the girls winning 77.5–35.5, and the boys with losing their first meet this year, 54–60.

Girls’ Varsity results

On the girls’ side, Greensburg Varsity focused well and was ready for competition. They swept 3 events winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd in 800 meter, Shot Put and High Jump. In the hurdles, 2. Bailey Meyer :17.96 with sister Ashlynn Meyer in third with :18.05.  100m 3. Tess Luers with :14.55. 1600 and 800m Haleigh Reed came in first in both with 5:40.3 and 2:39.48, respectively. Cameron Jones came in second place in both 1600 and 800m. Morgan Winkler came in third in the 800m. Rylie Smith came in second with 13’ 6” in the long jump. The Meyer twins came in 1 and 2 in the 400m with Bailey finishing with 1:06.06 and Ashlynn with 1:07.64.

In the 200m Rylie Smith finished first with 29.49 and second was Ashlynn Meyer with 29.63. Shot put all places were clinched with Keirsten Lynette winning with 30-08, Sydney Meyer, second with 29-10 and Gabby Burton third with 27-03. Discus, Lynnette top winner with 86-01 and Meyer with 79-0. Elaine Welage dominated high jump, winning with 4-02 and Kirstin Hersley with 4-0 Emma Hellmich was third with a tie for 3-10.

Pole vault was 2nd place to Ellie Kramer with 6-0. For the relays, the 4x200 relay: Kayla Davis, Ashley Bower, Ashlynn Meyer, Bailey Meyer came in first with 2:02.97. The 4x400 relay was won with 4:45.38, team of April Morrow, Cameron Jones, Bailey Meyer, and Hailey Reed.

Girls’ Reserve results (only recorded stats)

Hurdles, 1. Kalya Davis, 2. Alexis Bidwell, 3. Logan Hamer.

100M, 1. Kylie Catron,2.  April Morrow, 3. Mikayla Markand.

400m, 1. Logan Hamer, 2. Tess Luers, 3. Haylie Ott.

800m, 1. Cathy Newhart, 2. Montana Whitaker, 3. Adrienne Horan.

1600m 1. Cathy Newhart, 2. Claire Dennett, 3. Kirsten Fong.

4x400 Relay, team of Haylie Ott, Adrienne Horan, Cathy Newhart, Allie Reisman.

200m, 1. Kylie Catron, 2. April Morrow, 3. Alexis Bidwell.

Shot Put, 1. Krista Bauer, Kailee Kidd, Haylie Burton.

Discus, 1. Taylor Klene, Krista Bauer, Madison Fields.

High Jump, 1. Abby Scheumann.

Long Jump, 1. Montana Whitaker, 2. Paige Brogan, 3. Simone O’mara.

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