Trojans Capture Boys & Girls EIAC Track Crown

May 16, 2014
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Track & FieldThe track EIAC (Conference Meet) was held last night at Rushville. The Conference has expanded this year to include both Rushville and Connersville.

Final scores for the girls were East Central-150, Batesville-134.5, Connersville-84, Greensburg-83, South Dearborn-75, Rushville-64.5, Franklin County-27 and Lawrenceburg-3.

The boys scores were East Central-143, Batesville-125, Rushville-114, Connersville-98, Franklin County-48, Greensburg-36, South Dearborn-32 and Lawrenceburg-15.

The Bulldogs Did have several individuals earning conference champion honors and they were: The girls 4 x 800m relay of Sarah Poltrack, Mary Poltrack, Grace Yeaton and Kelsey Gausman (10:18.96), Kim Tidman- high jump (5’3″), Ginny Westerfeld-100m dash(12.62) and 200m dash (26.39), Kelsey Gausman-800m run(2:29.77) and 1600m run(5:30.8), and our lone boy conference champion was John Moody-400m dash (53.15).

Kelsey Gausman was also name theGgirls EIAC Meet MVP.

EIAC individual runner ups were:
Boys 4 x 800m relay of Cole Nuhring, Claeb Moster, Connor Bell and Garret Yorn, Peter Heil-300m hurdles, Garret Yorn-800m run, Nathan Longstreth-high jump, and Cassie Reverman-shot put.

3rd place finishers were:
Peter Heil-110m hurdles, Nathan Longstreth-400m dash, Rylee Goldsmith-400m dash and high jump, Grace Yeaton-3200m run,
Boys 4 x 100m relay of Zach Mears, Clayton McKinley, Jacob Koehne and Tanner Ayette, Boys 4 x 400m relay of Nathan Longstreth, John Moody, Tanner Ayette and Peter Heil.

4th place went to:
Tanner Ayette-100m dash and 200m dash, Cole Nuhring-1600m run
Matt Dennis-300m hurdles, Caleb Moster-3200m run, Tom Chaffee-high jump, Kim Tidman-long jump, Kevin Bedel-discus, Girls 4 x 400m relay of-Kelsey Gausman, Michaela Westerfeld, Audrey Hall and Ginny Westerfeld.

5th place finishers:
Matt Dennis-110m hurdles, Sophie Meadows-100m dash, Clare Bruns- 300m hurdles, Cole Nuhring-800m run, Sarah Poltrack-3200m run,
Peter Heil-long jump, Rylee Goldsmith-long jump, Jordan Moorman-discus,  and Alex Wirth-pole vault.

Scoring in 6th:
Michael Westerfeld-200m dash, Chris Riffle-3200m run, and Nathan Bedel-pole vault.

7th place:
Mary Poltrack-1600m run, Audrey Hall-400m dash, Jacob Koehne- 200m dash, Samanthan Heidlage-shot put, and Cassie Reverman-discus.

And finishing out the scoring in 8th place:
Clayton McKinley-shot put.

Personal best in the following events…
110hurdles-Matt Dennis, 300m hurdles-Peter Heil, 400m dash-Nathan Longstreth, 1600m run-Cole Nuhring, 3200m run-Caleb Moster, Chris Riffle and Grace Yeaton, Shot Put-Cassie Reverman, Discus-Cassie Reverman, 4 x 800 relay team of Cole Nuhring, Caleb Moster, Connor Bell, Garrett Yorn, 4 x 100 relay team of Ginny Westerfeld, Kim Tidman, Sophie Meadows, Michaela Westerfeld, 800 split-Connor Bell and Kelsey Gausman, 400 split-Peter Heil, Tanner Ayette, Kelsey Gausman, Michaela Westerfeld, Audrey Hall.

This ends the varsity regular season as the Bulldogs now prepare for Sectional Tournament. Girls run Tuesday at Franklin County and The Boys Thursday at East Central.

Tomorrow the JV will be competing in thier EIAC meet at South Dearborn at 10 AM.

Submitted by Batesville Coach Lisa Gausman

 

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