Greensburg — The Greensburg track and field teams competed in the EIAC championships Thursday.
For the Pirate boys, junior Kyle Redelman won the shot put title to be the lone winner for the Pirates on the evening. The team finished sixth overall, while East Central took the team title.
Placing in the meet were:
4x800 Relay, 4th place: Greg Schroeder, Dylan Barber, Logan Yeager and Louis Moore - 9:06.44.
1600m Run - Schroeder, 7th 4:59.69.
4x100 Relay - 7th place: Dillan Able, Jadrian Woods, Devin Mick and Devin Ruble - 48.44.
800m Run - Schroeder, 6th 2:09.61.
4x400 Relay - 6th place: Schroeder, Barber, Able, Yeager - 3:54.43.
Long Jump - Ruble, 8th 17-07.
Shot Put - Redelman, 1st 46-0.5, David Booker, 5th 37-03.
Discus - Booker, 3rd 117-10 (PR).
The Greensburg girls track and field team placed fourth in an eight-team EIAC Meet Thursday night in Rushville.
The Lady Pirates missed third place by just four points in a stacked conference. East Central won the event with 150 points, Batesville 2nd (134.5), Connersville 3rd (87), Greensburg 4th (83), South Dearborn 5th (75), Rushville 6th (64.5), Franklin County 7th (27) and Lawrenceburg 8th (3).
“Overall the girls track team performed well against some very competitive and much larger teams,” said girls coach Katina Tekulve.
With just 13 girls competing, the Lady Pirates scored in 14 of the 16 events.
The Lady Pirates were most dominant in the throwing events with duo senior Mary Kamman and freshman Erin Browning. Kamman earned EIAC All Conference status with her shot put win and was runner up in discus. Browning improved her original seeds in both shot and discus scoring 6th and 8th with a new PR in Discus. Sophomore Alyssa Allen also improved on her seed with new PRs in the 800 and with her split in the 4x800 relay.
Other PRs were set by Taylor McIntosh in the 400 and Brooke Martin with her split in the 4x400.
EIAC Scorers Include:
EIAC Champion: Mary Kamman - Shot Put.