Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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March 8, 2013

Pake wins 3200 indoor track race

Greensburg — Greensburg freshman Shelby Pake won the girls 3200-meter race Saturday at the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference meet, marking the Pirates’ lone winner.

“Shelby Pake was the lone individual winner, but the team had many outstanding performances in their first meet of the season,” said Greensburg coach Mike Myers.

Freshman Taylor McIntosh tallied three top-five finishes during the meet, and the girls 7-7-6 sprint medley relay team took fourth place to highlight Saturday’s action for the Lady Pirates. Freshman Kasey Moeller also took a runner-up finish in the 200-meter dash. The Lady Pirates also excelled in field events as senior Emilee Keith and junior Mary Kamman placed third and sixth, respectively.

Highlighting the field action for the Greensburg boys, seniors Peter Myers and Colin Evans finished third and fourth, respectively, in the shot put.

Pake won the 3200-meter run with a time of 12 minutes, 46.01 seconds, nearly a minute faster than second-place Ashley Harnishfeger of Franklin County.

McIntosh tied for second in the 55-meter dash in a time of 7.95 seconds. The winner clocked a time of 7.92 seconds.

Moeller took second in the 200 dash in 29.98.

Keith took third in the shot put with a mark of 31-9.75, and Kamman was sixth with a mark of 30-06.25. Freshman Erica Six took 19th with a 21-09.

McIntosh’s fifth-place finishes were in the high jump with a mark of four feet, eight inches, and 1.37 meters.

The 7-7-6 spring medley relay team of freshmen Kasey Moeller and McKella Lynette, senior Ashton Lunsford and sophomore Cara Zeigler, took fourth in 2:04.47.

Other girls finishes:

Mary Kate Porter (freshman):  9th- 800-m run, 3:05.87.

4x400 m relay (Porter, Zeigler, Layman, Moeller):  9th, 5:05.26.

Abby Layman (freshman):  14th- 400-m dash, 1:13.58.

Moeller:  15th- long jump, 12-00.5

Erica Six (freshman):  19th- shot put, 21-09.Lynette:  21st- 55 dash, 8.63; 10th- long jump, 12-09.5.

Zeigler:  31st- 200-m dash, 33.27.

Lunsford:  33rd- 55 dash, 8.92; 34th- 200-m dash, 34.01.

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