BLOOMINGTON — For the third straight year, Greenfield-Central’s Regan Lewis was concluding her track and field season at Indiana University competing against the best prep high jumpers Indiana has to offer.
Friday, Lewis was joined by two familiar faces.
Lewis, Eastern Hancock junior Shelby Mourey and New Palestine junior Rachel Wineman gave Hancock County three of the 31 participants in the high jump portion of the 41st annual Girls Track State Finals from Indiana University’s Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex.
NP sophomore long jumper Annabelle Dockins was the Dragons other representative. The Cougars also had senior thrower Jackie Landuyt, freshman hurdler Maddie Wise and the 1,600 relay.
Just as she did in 2012 and 2013, Lewis cleared five-foot-5 to advance into the final nine, ensuring herself of yet another state podium finish after placing fifth as a freshman and fourth as a sophomore. But unfortunately for Lewis, the song remained the same Friday – she couldn’t clear 5-6 at the state meet.
Lewis finished in a tie for sixth with Fort Wayne Wayne sophomore JeBria Green. Noblesville’s Rachel Mather (5-9) was first, followed by 2013 champion Janae Moffitt of Oak Hill (5-9) and Evansville Bosse’s Kennedy Madison (5-6).