Staff reports

The Greenfield-Central boys and girls swimming teams swept their dual against Hoosier Heritage Conference foe New Castle on Wednesday night.

The Cougars girls won 150-7 against a Trojans team limited by injuries and illness.

Greenfield-Central’s top finishers were Taylor Amos and Anne Marie DeKeyser. Amos was first in the 200- and 500-yard freestyles, while assisting on the 400 freestyle relay. DeKeyser won the 50 free and was part of the Cougars top 400 and 200 freestyle relays.

Sarah Stutz was first in the 200 IM, Maci Montgomery won the diving competition, Megan Coffin was first in the 100 butterfly, Elizabeth Harris was first in the 100 free, and Braedy Laymon won the 100 backstroke.

The Cougars boys won 146-30, claiming first in every event and 1-2-3 in most.

Zach Cook was first in the 200 free and part of the 200 medley relay. Sam Jennings was first in the 200 IM and the 200 free relay. Ethan Kile won the 50 free and was part of the 200 free relay.

Sammy Logan won the 100 backstroke, James Edwards was first in the 100 free. Ben Rader was first in diving. Chris Joven won the 500 free and was part of all of the Cougars winning relays.

Eastern Hancock swimmers competitive

The Eastern Hancock swim teams held their own in a triangular meet with Connersville and Batesville on Wednesday.

The Royals’ boys team defeated Batesville 121-47 and lost to Connersville 121-91. The girls lost to Connersville 141-53 and Batesville 118-55.

Garret Henderson was first for the Royals in the 200 IM. Elijah Harris won both the 50 and 100 freestyle. Elise Huffman was first in the 500 free. Chris Walton was first in the 500 free. The Royals boys 400 free relay was also first.

Dragon swimmers perform well at meet

The New Palestine swimming teams posted strong times Tuesday in a three-way meet at Delta, with Jessica Rogers and Iago Broullon-Blanco both leading the way.

Both Dragon teams placed third in the meet. Yorktown (141) won the girls meet, followed by Delta (99) and New Palestine(89). Delta won the boys meet with 124 points, followed by Yorktown (110) and New Palestine (93).

Broullon-Blanco posted the 10th-fastest 100 free time in school history (52.76) en route to winning the event. He was also part of the winning 400 free relay team, along with Tyler Corey, Nico Martin and Louis Holbrook, which posted the ninth-fastest time in history (3:35.53).

Broullon-Blanco’s 200 IM time was the seventh-fastest all-time in 2:13.49. He finished second in the event.

Jessica Rogers also posted a top time for the Dragon girls, winning the 50 free in 26.31 seconds, the eighth-fastest in history.

Placing second for the Dragon girls were the 200 medley and 400 free relays of Maria Virt, Hailee Holberton, Rogers and Anna Doolin; as well as freshman Bailey Young in the 500 freestyle.

Placing third were Doolin in the 50 free, Maigan Williams in the 100 butterfly, Rogers in the 100 free, Virt in the 100 backstroke and the 200 free relay of Holberton, Cassy Moorman, Williams and Kaylynn Crawmer.

For the Dragon boys, second-place finishes went to Corey in the 50 and 100 freestyle and the 200 free relay of Damon Estes, Holbrook, Jackson Schwartz and Tyler Carter.

Placing third were Austin Lines in diving, Martin in the 500 freestyle, Marlon Cabrera in the 100 backstroke and the 200 free relay of Cabrera, Brullon-Blanco, Holbrook and Corey.

Girls basketball

Cougars sink Bears

The Greenfield-Central girls basketball team won its second in three games on Wednesday night to improve to 2-5 on the season.

The Cougars defeated Lawrence Central 49-26 on the road, bouncing back from their 58-41 loss at Warren Central on Nov. 21.

Greenfield-Central was led by Hannah Farrell, who finished with 23 points.