Girls Varsity Swimming · Lady Bulldogs swim to a third place finish


  Place Points
North Harrison High School 1st 333
Madison Consolidated High School 2nd 267
Batesville High School 3rd 255

The Batesville Bulldogs swim team once again hit the road to compete at the Madison Small Team Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 5. Overall, the Bulldogs finished in third place for both teams.

“This meet was an absolute blast,” said head coach Greg McMullen, “we always appreciate the competition and how this meet brings out the best for so many of our kids.”

The Bulldogs swam a number of life-time bests at this meet with a number of other athletes swimming very close to those previous season efforts.

“We still have a long way to go before this season wraps up, but we’re ready to get back to our training regimen next week.”

The Bulldogs were scheduled to compete at the Shelby Relays invitational on December 12, but that meet has been cancelled and the team will be taking a week off from competition to continue training towards their end of season goals.

You can catch the team in action at Greensburg the following week on December 15.

TEAM SCORES
Men
Madison, 359
North Harrison, 258.5
Batesville Bulldogs, 174.5
Silver Creek, 33

Women
North Harrison, 333
Madison, 267
Batesville Lady Bulldogs, 255
Silver Creek, 23

BULLDOG WINNERS
Men
Sean Callahan – 50 Free (24.44)
Ethan Brewer – 100 Fly (1:01.30)
200 Freestyle Relay – Will Johnson, Ben Moster, Ethan Brewer, Sean Callahan (1:38.95)

NOTABLES
The Men’s team finished with three first, four second and 3 third-place finishes
The Women held on to three second, and five third-place finishes to finish the meet.
Lady Bulldog PR’s: Claire Sunderman, 200 Free & 100 Back; Taylor Blanton, 100 Back & 50 Back (relay); Paige Oldham, 100 Free; Ella Moster, 100 Breast
Bulldog PR’s: Will Johnson, 200 Free; Sean Callahan, 50 Back (relay)
The Men’s team also had 5 in-season best times from Ethan Brewer, Sean Callahan, Ben Moster and Derek VanSickle, while the women finished with 3 season best times fromAva Obermeyer and Paige Oldham.