Daily Reporter staff reports

The Greenfield-Central girls track team put together a record-setting performance to win the Pendleton Heights Invitational on Tuesday night.

The Cougars scored 124 team points to cruise past runner-up Cathedral (108) and third-place finisher Yorktown (84). The host Arabians were fourth with 75 points.

Katie Helgason, Kenzie Polster, Sydney Cook and Savannah Girolami set the tone for the evening with a school and meet record in the 3,200-meter relay with a time of 9:48.85.

Cook also broke her own school record in the 800-meter run with a first-place finish time of 2:18.48.

Girolami added another top finish in the 400-meter dash as Greenfield-Central won six events overall.

Ava Dickmann was victorious in the high jump, Jenny Flora was first in the shot put and the 1,600-meter relay team of Girolami, Cook, Polster and Amanda Flora also won.

Amanda Flora contributed a second-place run in the 200, and Dickmann added a runner-up placement in the long jump.

Shelby Bowmer was fifth in the 100 and sixth in the 200.

Helgason was seventh in the 400 and fourth in the long jump. Riley Sexton took eighth in the 800. Samara Fletcher posted a sixth-place flight in the 100-meter hurdles and was sixth in the 300 hurdles.

Bowmer, Amanda Flora, Olivia Fortner and Hayleigh Loyal were fourth in the 400-meter relay, and Polster tied for sixth in high jump.

Emily Jones was second in pole vault, and Tiffany Richmond was close behind at fourth. Jenny Flora was third in discus.

Mount Vernon placed fifth at as a team with 63 points. Lapel (50) came in sixth. New Castle (36) was seventh, followed by Muncie Burris in ninth.

Liberty Christian was 10th; Delta placed 11th.