Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

Sports

May 6, 2014

McIntosh breaks two more school records

The Greensburg track and field teams hosted the annual Greensburg Invitational Saturday.

The Lady Pirates placed fourth overall and were top contenders in several individual events.

Sophomore Taylor McIntosh is officially the fastest sprinter to wear a Pirate uniform as she set two new school records while winning the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes. During the Invite she broke her own record set earlier in the season in the 100m dash. Her new record of 12.4 bests her previous time of 12.5. The original school record, 12.7, was set in 1992 by Renee Stier and matched by Jessica Brown in 2000.

McIntosh also set a new school record in the 200m dash with a time of 26.5. The previous record, 26.8, was set in 1998 by Myschon Bales.

Freshman Arie Hampton was also an Invite Champion in the High Jump. She jumped a new PR of 5-02, which ties her as the third best jumper in school history.

The Shot Put Invite Champion, senior Mary Kamman, threw a new personal record of 35-05 to become a medalist Saturday morning.

Other Personal Records were set by Rylie Smith in Long Jump, Cara Zeigler in 300H, Alyssa Allen in 400 & 4x800 split, Morgan Murray in 4x800 split, and Brooke Martin in the 200, 400, and 4x400 split.

Top Finishers include:

Invite Champion Medalists

Taylor McIntosh - 100m & 200m

Mary Kamman - Shot Put

Arie Hampton - High Jump

Invite Runner Up

Mary Kamman - Discus

3rd Place

Rylie Smith - 100 hurdles

4x100 Relay Team (Rylie Smith, McKella Lynette, Cara Zeigler, Taylor McIntosh)

4th Place

Rylie Smith - 300 hurdles

5th Place

Rylie Smith - Long Jump

6th Place

Shelby Pake - 1600m

Cara Zeigler - 100 hurdles & 300 hurdles

4 x 800 Relay Team (Shelby Pake, Alyssa Allen, Emma Overmeyer, Morgan Murray)

4 x 400 Relay Team (Michaela Myers, Alyssa Allen, Brooke Martin, Shelby Pake)

Girls Team Results:

1. Greenfield Central 130; 2. Shelbyville 118; 3. Oldenburg 84; 4. Greensburg 73; 5. Monrovia 38; 6. Rushville 34; 7. Lawrence Central 14; 8. Greenwood Christian 4.

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