Girls Varsity Swimming · Girls varsity swimming finishes 3rd place at Lawrenceburg


  Place Points
Lawrenceburg High School 1st 101
Milan High School 2nd 97
Batesville High School 3rd 96

The Batesville high school men’s and women’s swimming dove into competition in Lawrenceburg for a nail-biter. Overall, the Bulldog men won the competition while the women dropped the meet, finishing in third place, but only by a total margin of 5 points.

And while the total margin for the women was 5, the Lady Bulldogs dropped the meet by a single point to the host Tigers.

“We swam the best meet we could given our circumstances, but Neil and Steve had a stronger line-up on the women’s side. We get another chance next week to try and eek out a win when we head to Milan for our quad meet (which will include Southwestern-Hanover),” said Coach McMullen.

As for the men, they were able to finish a strong back-half effort winning 6 of 7 events after the break.

“Both of our teams are really starting to hit a stride as we start to wind down the season. Hopefully we can maintain this momentum as we move to Sectionals.”

“With the additional challenges put into place with the pandemic, we’re still happy to be competing and hope to continue doing so as we approach February.”

TEAM SCORES
Men
Batesville Bulldogs, 90
Milan, 82
Lawrenceburg, 63

Women
Milan, 101
Lawrenceburg, 97
Batesville Lady Bulldogs, 96

BULLDOG WINNERS
Men
Will Johnson — 200 Free (1:59.73)
Ciaran Tyrer — 100 Butterfly (1:01.94)
Ben Moster — 100 Free (54.40), 100 Breast (
Sean Callahan — 500 Free (5:21.22)
200 Free Relay (1:43.68) — Adam Hollowell, Ethan Brewer, Moster, Joseph Shroder
400 Free Relay (3:43.55) — Callahan, Moster, Tyrer, Johnson

Women
Sonja Gaulin — 100 Free (1:05.09)
200 Free Relay (1:59.12) — Gaulin, Isabelle Wonnell, Maria Lopez, Paige Oldham
Paige Oldham — 100 Breast (1:26.36)

NOTABLES
Will Johnson was the first individual under 2:00 in the 200 Freestyle since 2013.
Ben Moster led the team with two individual wins in the 100 Free and Breaststroke
Sonja Gaulin and Paige Oldham both won their only individual events on the night