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Saturday was finally an almost perfect day to watch and participate in a track meet. Many members of the Batesville High School men and women’s track and field team traveled to Indianapolis to Lawrence Central High School to compete in the Midwest Prepmeet.This meet is a little unique, as competitors need to qualify at certain times and distances to be invited to compete. This year, Batesville had the most number of events and athletes competing here than they ever have in the past. Having to meet the qualifying standards, makes this meet highly competitive…the best competition we have seen thus far. It is also great experience for these athletes to help prepare them for the big meets at the end for the year.Medal awards were given to the top 8 athletes in each event and the Bulldogs were able to bring several of these home. The first medal winners were the girls 4 x 800m relay team. The relay placed 6th overall, running over 20 seconds faster than they have this year, which also ended up being a new school record!!! The old record set at this meet last year was 10:14. This year’s squad cut almost 4 second from that clocking in at 10:10.83. Member’s for the team were Mary Poltrack, Maria Wessel, SarahPoltrack and Kelsey Gausman.Also bringing home a medal were: Peter Heil in the 300m hurdles, coming in at 7th place (41.17), Connor Bell in the 800m run- running a 6 second personal best and placing 5th at 2:00.27 and Michael Tunny in the 200m dash, coming through the line 6th, at 23.55.Others competing but coming a little short of a medal, but running great were:100m dash-Sophie Meadows (17th), Tanner Ayette (13th) and Jacob Koehne (18th).200m dash-Sophie Meadows (13th), Jacob Koehne (13th).400m dash-Audrey Hall (14th) and John Moody (26th).800m run-Kelsey Gausman (13th).3200m run-Mary Poltrack (10th) , Sarah Poltrack (16th) and Caleb Moster (17th).High Jump-Kim Tidman (9th).Long Jump-Kim Tidman (11th), Mary Elizabeth Elkins (20th) and Garrett Yorn (22md).Shot put-Samathna Heidlage (9th).4 x 100 relay team-Jacob Koehne, Peter Heil, Garrett Yorn, Tanner Ayette (14th).4 x 400 relay teams of: Madelein Robben, Haylee Harmeyer, Mary Elizabeth Elkins and Sophie Meadows (12th) and Garrett Yorn, John Moody, Peter Heil and Michael Tunny (15th).Congratulations to all of the competitors!Next meet is Tuesday. It will be a two in one meet as we will be making up the meet from a couple of weeks ago against East Central, combined with an already scheduled meet with EC with our JV team. So this will be a ribbon awarded Varsity and JV meet.Action will begin at 5:15 at East Central.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
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LEADING THE CHARGE: Marcus Sheffield II has averaged 18.3 points and 5.3 rebounds to lead the way for the Phoenix. Hunter Woods is also a key contributor, accounting for 10.1 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. The Dragons have been led by James Butler, who is averaging a double-double with 13.1 points and 11.7 rebounds.FACILITATING THE OFFENSE: Sheffield has either made or assisted on 57 percent of all Elon field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has accounted for 24 field goals and 12 assists in those games.STREAK STATS: Drexel has lost its last four road games, scoring 63.8 points, while allowing 78.5 per game.ASSIST RATIOS: The Phoenix have recently used assists to create baskets more often than the Dragons. Elon has 37 assists on 63 field goals (58.7 percent) across its past three outings while Drexel has assists on 46 of 80 field goals (57.5 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Elon has made 10 3-pointers per game as a collective unit this year, which is most among CAA teams. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDrexel (13-13, 6-7) vs. Elon (9-18, 5-9)Schar Center, Elon, North Carolina; Saturday, 4 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Elon seeks revenge on Drexel after dropping the first matchup in Philadelphia. The teams last faced each other on Jan. 16, when the Dragons outshot Elon from the field 45.1 percent to 31 percent and made 14 more foul shots en route to a 22-point victory. Elon seeks revenge on Drexel ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Associated Press February 14, 2020
Published on September 24, 2016 at 9:13 pm Contact Kiran: email@example.com Comments Related Stories Syracuse football snaps 2-game losing streak with 31-24 win over Connecticut3 things we learned from Syracuse football’s 31-24 win over ConnecticutSyracuse football’s offensive line patches together mediocre performanceAmba Etta-Tawo sets Syracuse football single-game record with 270 receiving yards in win against Connecticut Syracuse (2-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) beat host Connecticut (2-2, 0-1 American Athletic), 31-24, on Saturday afternoon. Amba Etta-Tawo set a single-game school record while the Orange’s inexperienced offensive line patched together a mediocre performance.Here’s a graphical breakdown of SU’s victory. Facebook Twitter Google+