The Greenfield-Central girls track and field team broke six meet records and won 12 events en route to its fourth straight victory Friday at the eight-team Cougar Chase Invitational.
The Cougars scored 197 points. Eastern Hancock was second with 115 points. Connersville (11) was third.
Athlete of the Meet Savannah Girolami (200 meters), Maddie Wise (100 hurdles), Savannah Hart (shot put) and Savanna Brock (pole vault) set individual meet records for G-C, which had won two invitationals (Pendleton Heights, Greensburg) and the Hancock County Meet in its past three competitions.
The 800 relay of Girolami, Sammie McCoy, Amanda Flora and Becca Flora, as well as the 1,600 relay of Girolami, Amanda Flora, Becca Flora and Regan Lewis also broke meet marks in victory.
Other winners for the blue and gold were McCoy (100), Lewis (high jump), Wise (long jump), Becca Flora (400), Jackie Landuyt (discus) and the 400 relay team of McCoy, Amanda Flora, Shelby Bowmer and Ally Young.
EH’s Hope Spaulding won the 300 hurdles.
The Greenfield-Central boys also took home first-place honors, scoring 173 points to outdistance Franklin (160.5) and Rushville (116). EH was fifth with 74 points.
G-C’s Austyn Tift (200) and Tyler Beeson (shot put) established new meet records in their wins.
Other winners for the Cougars were Tift in the 100, Jason LaFord (800), Zach Bishop (3200), Austin Felts (110 hurdles), the 1,600 relay (Tift, Austin Felts, Michael Sosnowski, Scott Prewitt) and the 3,200 relay (LaFord, Prewitt, Bishop, Eric Kelly).
Derrik Noel was second in the high jump for the Royals, as were the 400 and 800 relays.
Mt. Vernon 7, Hamilton Heights 5
A six-run sixth inning put the Marauders (6-13) over the top Saturday.
In a 6-5 win over Westfield Friday, Rachel Davis had two home runs and three RBI.
Greenfield-Central 11, Chatard 1
Darcie Huber threw a complete-game three-hitter with nine strikeouts as the Cougars (12-9) snapped a seven-game losing streak.
Jessi Brunk (three-for-three, two RBI), Codey Miller (three runs scored), Makayla Durick (two hits) and Jenna Young (two hits) paced the G-C offense.
EH splits with Lapel
The Royals (14-4) won the opener Saturday 20-1, but fell 5-4 in the second game.
Jordan Pierson had four hits and three runs scored on the day. Brooke Walden had two hits and scored four times. Darby Shaw had four hits. Kaysi Gilbert had two hits and two RBI. Peyton West notched three RBI.
G-C sixth, EH 10th at Delaware Invite
Connor Pence (82) and Adam Casto (83) paced the Cougars, who placed sixth out of 11 teams at the Delaware Invitational Saturday. The Royals were 10th.
Gage Mann shot a 92, while Trevor Humphreys and Grant Gellert fired 96s for G-C.
Caleb Wallen’s 88 led EH. Wallen was backed by Nelson Dulin (93), Cole Allen (99) and Jacob Stacy (110).
Yorktown won the team title.
MV fifth at Batesville
The Marauders took fifth at the rain-shortened, 12-team Batesville Invitational Saturday. Rain limited the tournament to nine holes.
Oliver Mast guided MV (163) with a 37. Austin Alexander had a 40, Jacob Ault had a 42 and Will Dant notched a 44.
Batesville (155) won the event. Rising Sun (159) was second, while Shelbyville and Franklin (16) tied for third.
MV 2-1 at the North Montgomery
Mt. Vernon went 2-1 at the North Montgomery Tournament Saturday, with singles players Allie Schafer, Sarah Jones and Kendra Eberhard picking up victories.
Mt. Vernon 3, New Palestine 2
Jones (No. 2 singles), Maddie Walrod/Addison Eads (No. 1 doubles) and Cassie York/Addison Eads triumphed for MV (9-5) Monday.
“We won as a team getting great play from No. 1 doubles. I challenged them and they played liked they should,” MV coach Gabe Muterspaugh said. “Sarah Jones played solid and No. 2 doubles won despite playing subpar.
“No. 1 and No. 3 singles let some tough calls get to them and lost in three sets. We have to play through it.”
Yorktown 5, Greenfield-Central 0
The host Cougars were swept Monday evening.
Daleville sweeps EH
Eastern Hancock dropped 10-6 and 4-3 decisions to Daleville Saturday.
Garek Ferguson had three hits and two RBI. David Johnson scored three runs. Devon Wagoner had two hits and two runs scored. Brandon Reid had two hits and two RBI.