The Batesville swim team traveled down the road to compete at EIAC foe Greensburg. Both teams started the first half of the meet strong with multiple top three finishes through the 50 free.
Freshman Sean Callahan paced the boys team with 2 individual top finishes in the 200 IM, and 100 Fly. Fellow freshman Ben Moster finished third in the 200 IM and first in the 100 Breaststroke with a life-time best swim of 1:10.22.
The boys 200 Freestyle relay, comprised of Moster, Callahan, Quinn Rasnick and Mason Enneking finished in first just out touching Greensburg in the final few yards.
The Lady Bulldogs fell 118 to 56 and were led by junior Allison Storms (1st-100 Breast; 2nd-200 IM) and Junior Gwen Martin (1st-50 Free, 4th-500 Free.
“After this meet, we’re in a really good place to finish out this portion of our season,” said second year Coach Greg McMullen. “As I’ve said previously, our team is consistently getting faster and improving as the season goes on. This meet introduced some very tight races.”
While the boys won five total events they still fell to the Pirates with a score of 90-76. However, this was a huge improvement over the 103-49 score from last season.