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Swimming: Cougars three-peat as HHC boys champs
January 13, 2013Hancock County Sports
Greenfield-Central won its third consecutive Hoosier Heritage Conference boys swimming title Saturday, with Cougars winning nine events.
G-C tallied 450.5 points. Mt. Vernon was runner-up with 306, Pendleton Heights had 305, Yorktown 295, Delta 287, Shelbyville 221, New Palestine 162 and Rushville 22.
Conference champs for the Cougars were the Drew Logan in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle, Bailey Willoughby in the 200 IM, Nathan Graber in diving, Josh Cummins in the 100 butterfly, Patrick Stutz in the 100 freestyle, the 200 medley relay of Willoughby, Stutz, Cummins and Cody Wilburn, the 200 free relay of Stutz, Wilburn, Cummings and Logan, and the 400 free relay of Stutz, Wilburn, Willoughby and Logan.
In the girls meet, Yorktown won the title with 393 points. Mt. Vernon was second with 393. PH (330), NP (319), Delta (244), G-C (232), Shelbyville (126) and Rushville (74) rounded out the field.
For NP, Emily Trimpe was a conference champ in the 100 breaststroke. For G-C, first-place winners were Carly Fernandes in the 200 IM and 500 freestyle and Taylor Johnson in the 100 butterfly.