Batesville Boys Swimmers Champs At Centerville Relays

February 2, 2014
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SwimmingWhat a great way to send out our Senior Boys.  We have a great team performance at the Centerville Invite and brought home the title.  Mat Weiler was named Most Outstanding swimmer of the meet.  Congratulations everyone!  ALL the swimmer did their jobs well and either maintained or moved up spots in their events.  GREAT EFFORT!  Results are attached with splits (not all splits obtained in individual events).
 
Centerville Boys Swinnimg Invite Results

Batesville  337,Greensburg 256,Centerville 249 (29 pts from diving),Hagerstown 122, and Rushville 79.

 
BHS finishes the regular season with a 19-5 record (11-4 EIAC)
 
Swimmers of the meet:  Hatcher and Weiler.  Both scored 46.50 pts, just 1.5 shy of the team record for Invitational.

Bulldog of the Meet: Drake Main.  Forced into action at the last second and moved up in the 100 fly !  Great Job!

Most Improved Swimmer:  Clayton McKinley and Damien Pelo.  Improvements in both of their individual events!

Event Winners:  Thomas Hatcher 200 IM/100 breast, Matt Weiler 100 fly/100 back; 200 medley relay (Weiler, Hatcher, Hawkins, Parker), 200 free relay (McKinley, Main, Miller, Hawkins,

Personal Improvements:  Nathan Hall-200 free, Zach Hall-100 breast, Thomas Hatcher 200 IM, Jacob Hawkins 500 free, Elliot Main-50 free, Clayton McKinley 50/100 free, Seth Parker-100 free, Damien Pelo 200/500 free.
Submitted by Batesville Coach TJ Greene.
 
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