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Lady Pirates qualify for Hoosier State Relays

Greencastle-  A handful of Greensburg Lady Pirates competed at DePauw University Friday for a final chance to qualify for the Hoosier State Relays, according to this edited report filed by Greensburg coach Katina Tekulve.  Two individual Lady Pirates and two relay teams are in the top 24 for their events among all 1A, 2A and 3A schools who will be competing Saturday, March 24 at the HSR.

Lily Grimes is ranked second in shot put while Brenner Hanna is ranked 22nd in the 3200, an event she ran for the first time in her career Friday.  The 3200 relay team of Cameron Jones, Cathy Newhart, Julia Ankney and Brenner Hanna are seeded 12th out of all the small schools while the 4000 distance medley relay team of Newhart, Elizabeth Pavy, Jones and Hanna is ranked ninth.

Friday was an unusually late and long indoor event with over 1200 participants.  It was reportedly slated to have less than 900 competitors.  With so many athletes, the original format of the meet was changed and opening heights were raised in order to speed up the event.  All the Lady Pirates gained valuable experience competing at such a large venue against multiple teams from all over the state.

The evening began with Grimes placing eighth in shot with a distance of 37’5.5″. Hilary Ernstes ran the 60m for the first time in her career placing 58th out of 83 sprinters in a time of 9.19. Hanna also tried a new event and placed 12th out of 41 runners in the 3200 with a mark of 11:52.12. The 4 x 800 relay team of Jones, Emma Wilmer, Ernstes and Hanna placed 12th in 11:12.44. During the race, Wilmer, a freshman, set a new PR in her 800 split by shedding almost 13 seconds. Another freshman, Shannon Pake, with an indoor PR of 4’6″ in high jump, did not clear the opening height of 4’8″ but had great form during her attempts.

SEI Local Sports thanks coach Tekulve for this edited meet report.

       
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