The combined efforts of Kennedy Hanna, Bailey Menkedick, Grace Reiger and Katie McLean shattered the school record in the 400 freestyle relay to lead Greensburg to a 93.5-85.5 victory over Doe Creek in girls’ junior high swim action Thursday night.
The foursome finished the event in 4:33.83, lowering the standard by just over four seconds.
“That was awesome,” said Greensburg coach Josh Hawkins. “(However) my favorite race was the boys’ 100 freestyle in which Jarred Boncutter dropped 7 seconds and won his first-ever race in his swimming career.
“It was a really cool moment!”
Boncutter’s victory was one of just two for the Pirates. Brady Hahn won the 100 individual medley. Doe Creek won the boys’ meet 116-39.
Greensburg dominated the girls meet, with the record-setting foursome of Menkedick, McLean, Hanna and Reiger also winning the 200 medley relay.
Individual winners for the Greensburg girls included Menkedick, Hanna, McLean, Sarah Springmeyer and Molli Hurley. Menkedick won the 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle events. Hanna claimed the 50 freestyle, Springmeyer the 100 freestyle, Hurley the 100 backstroke and McLean the 100 breaststroke.
• In girls’ junior varsity basketball action:
South Decatur split a pair of games with Knightstown during Mid-Hoosier Conference action Thursday night.
South Decatur won the seventh grade game 32-25 as Aliyah Evans scored 26 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and had 5 steals. Megan Blaich added 4 points and Madison Shields had 2 points and 11 rebounds. The 8-6 Cougars play in the semifinals today at Indian Creek.
In the eighth grade game Knightstown defeated South Decatur 34-20. Karah Biddinger and Madison Owens each scored 6 points for the Cougars. Also scoring for South Decatur: Hannah Miller (3), Hannah Ballard (2), Katie Vanderburg (2) and Samantha Goodfellow (1). South Decatur closes the season 4-10.
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