Cougars sweep swim titles

Greenfield-Central's swim teams celebrate their 2019 HHC titles.

Greenfield-Central swept the Hoosier Heritage Conference swimming and diving championships Saturday at New Palestine. The G-C boys won their ninth consecutive title and the Cougar girls reclaimed the championship for the third time in four years.

G-C’s boys won a race over Mt. Vernon with 397 points, with the Marauders tallying 330 and third-place Delta 316. The G-C girls won with 429 points, with runner-up Pendleton Heights tallying 388. Third-place Yorktown had 334 points.

The G-C girls won four events, with Carley Logan a triple-winner. She won the 200 free, 500 free and joined Anne Marie Dekeyser, Sarah Stutz and Megan Coffin in the winning 400 free relay. Coffin had the Cougars’ other event victory in the 100 butterfly.

Defending state champion Emily Weiss of Yorktown had a pair of individual victories, winning the 200 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke. The Tigers’ Ellie Alexander also had a victory in the 100 freestyle. Shelbyville had three event wins – Karissa Hamilton, Ellie Hamilton, Grace Lux and Marlee Rice won both the 200 medley and 200 free relays. Karissa Hamilton also won the 50 free to become a three-time conference champion. The other event winners were Graycen Neu of Delta (diving) and Pendleton Heights’ Lily Brooks (100 backstroke).

G-C won seven of the 12 events in the boys meet, including two relays. Travis Black was a quadruple winner, as he won the 50 and 100 freestyle and was part of the Cougars’ two winning relays. Samuel Jennings won two individual events, the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle, and was part of a winning relay for three conference titles.

G-C’s other individual winner was Samuel Logan, who won the 100 backstroke. He was a triple-champion, as he was also part of two winning relays. Logan and Black joined Drew Noah and Jackson Pechin to win the 200 medley relay. Jennings, Logan, Black and Anthony Nagel won the 400 free relay.

Mt. Vernon’s Aiden Tierney was a double-winner, taking the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke.

Delta had three victories. Sam Bennett won in diving. Brady Samuels won the 100 butterfly and joined Daniel Ginder, Ryan VanPelt and Sam Arnold to win the 200 free relay.

Girls champions
200 MR: Shelbyville (Karissa Hamilton, Grace Lux, Ellie Hamilton, Marlee Rice), 1:51.49
200 free: Carley Logan, Greenfield-Central, 1:59.80
2oo IM: Emily Weiss, Yorktown, 2:07.07
50 free: Karissa Hamilton, Shelbyville, 25.02
Diving: Graycen Neu, Delta, 350.65
100 fly: Megan Coffin, Greenfield-Central, 59.16
100 free: Ellie Alexander, Yorktown, 55.45
500 free: Carley Logan, Greenfield-Central, 5:23.31
200 FR: Shelbyville (Marlee Rice, Ellie Hamilton, Karissa Hamilton, Grace Lux), 1:42.96
100 back: Lily Brooks, Pendleton Hts., 1:02.68
100 breast: Emily Weiss, Yorktown, 1:02.10
400 FR: Greenfield-Central (Anne Marie Dekeyser, Sarah Stutz, Megan Coffin, Carley Logan), 3:50.34

Boys champions
200 MR: Greenfield-Central (Samuel Logan, Drew Noah, Jackson Pechin, Travis Black), 1:41.07
200 free: Samuel Jennings, Greenfield-Central, 1:46.27
200 IM: Aiden Tierney, Mt. Vernon, 2:01.42
50 free: Travis Black, Greenfield-Central, 21.55
Diving: Sam Bennett, Delta, 418.95
100 fly: Brady Samuels, Delta, 51.27
100 free: Travis Black, Greenfield-Central, 48.25
500 free: Samuel Jennings, Greenfield-Central, 4:47.08
200 FR: Delta (Daniel Ginder, Ryan VanPelt, Sam Arnold, Brady Samuels), 1:32.75
100 back: Saumel Logan, Greenfield-Central, 55.64
100 breast: Aiden Tierney, Mt. Vernon, 1:01.30
400 FR: Greenfield-Central (Travis Black, Samuel Logan, Anthony Nagel, Samuel Jennings), 3:19.95

Full individual results

2018-19 Boys swimming and diving standings


2018-19 Girls swimming and diving standings

Greenfield-Central’s swim teams celebrate their 2019 HHC titles.