Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


July 11, 2013

Decatur Co. Tiger Sharks swim best meet in decade


Hawkins then finished 2nd in the mixed 6U 25 Breaststroke. Katie McLean was 2nd in the Girls 10U 50 Breaststroke. Emily Eberhardt dropped two seconds off her personal best to win the Girls 14U 100 Breaststroke and M. Oesterling won the Girls 18U 100 Breaststroke.

Brady Niles had a strong swim to finish 2nd in the Boys 18U 100 Breaststroke.

Hawkins started the backstroke events by dropping a second and finishing 2nd in the Boys 6U 25 Back.

Bailey Menkedick finished 2nd in an incredibly competitive Girls 12U 50 Back and Luke Stuart was also 2nd in the Boys 12U Back. Nick Oesterling came in 2nd in the Boys 18U 100 Back. Hawkins and Hellmich then went 2-3 in the mixed 6U 25 Butterfly. Luke Stuart won the Boys 12U 50 Fly. Bri Stagge finished 2nd in the Girls 18U 100 Fly, as did Nick Oesterling in the Boys 18U 100 Fly.

Sean Slagle swam a strong 50 Free to finish 2nd in the Boys 8U event.

McLean, Taylor, and Koontz finished 2-3-4 in the Girls 10U 100 Free. Luke Stuart finished 2nd in the Boys 12U 100 Free. B. Stagge and Oesterling went 1-2 in the Girls 18U 100, Free with Stagge dropping a near second to 57.63.

Katie McLean finished her day by coming in 2nd in the Girls 10U 100 IM. Luke Stuart also finished 2nd the Boys 12U 100 IM.

Oesterling won the Girls 18U 100 IM, while Nick Oesterling and Brady Niles finished the individual events by going 1-2 in the Boys 18U 100 IM. Niles passed 2 swimmers in the final 10 yards en route to a 3-second personal best of 1:03.18.

The 10U Girls Free Relay of Katie McLean, Rachael Koontz, Sarah Springmeyer, and Sophia Taylor finished 2nd and set a new team record of 2:31.15. Oesterling, Alli Duerstock, M. Stagge, and B. Stagge won the Girls 18U 200 Free Relay and Niles, Drew Reiger, Spencer Kuehl, and N. Oesterling won the Boys 18U Free Relay in the most exciting race of the day as Oesterling chased down and overtook Batesville in the final 15 yards.

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