The Bulldogs made the short trek down 46 to take on the ECHS Trojans in a dual meet on Tuesday evening. While the Bulldogs fell, BHS head coach Greg McMullen was thrilled with the overall results.
“After seeing the depth of the Trojans at conference we knew it would be a tall task to take them down, however, we were able to come away with more through this loss than we would have in a win. We were able to break down some tough mental (and some physical) barriers in this competition tonight.”
Maria Lopez was the lone Bulldog to earn a victory in both individual events (200 IM, 100 Fly) tonight while Sonja Gaulin (50 Free), Will Johnson (200 IM), and Ciaran Tyrer (100 Back) were able to win one each.
- East Central 128, Batesville Bulldogs 53
- East Central 133, Batesville Bulldogs 49
- Will Johnson — 200 IM (2:20.29)
- Ciaran Tyrer — 100 Back (1:08.36)
- Maria Lopez — 200 IM (2:39.74); 100 Fly (1:11.50)
- Sonja Gaulin — 50 Free (27.80)
The Batesville Bulldogs be traveling to Milan for a multiple team meet including Lawrenceburg and Southwestern-Hanover on Thursday (1/21)
Full results can be found on SwimCloud: https://www.swimcloud.com/results/184706/
The EC AquaTrojans took on the Bulldogs from Batesville on Tuesday in St. Leon. EC Girls won 133-49. EC Boys won 128-53.
EC Girls finish the regular season undefeated 14-0 (8-0 EIAC). The Boys are currently 13-0 (8-0 EIAC).
Special Congratulations to Natalie South who broke the 6 Dive school record on Tuesday night. Her 243.55 bested the mark held since 2003. Way to go Natalie!!!
Individual Winners include:
Kyra Hall – 200 Free, 100 Free
Nick Weber – 200 Free, 100 Breast
Henry Strotman – 50 Free
Natalie South – 1 meter diving
Miller Small – 1 meter diving
Skyler Cavins – 100 Fly, 500 Free
Ray Krider – 100 Free
Caroline Walters – 500 Free
Kate Strotman – 100 Back
Emily Hafertepen 100 Breast
EC won all 6 relays.
EC girls will travel to Columbus February 4-6 for sectional championships.
EC Boys will travel to Centerville for Boys invitational on January 30.
Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.