Jeeps boys, Raiders girls, victorious in pool

Lorenzo Vaiardi

From Herald Staff Reports

Monday began a new week of sports action, with local teams beginning things in the pool. The Dubois County Herald is here to fill you on if you missed something.

Prep boys swimming

Northeast Dubois 133, Gibson Southern 88, Pike Central 78: The Jeeps won the triangular Monday at Pike Central. They won 10 different boys events. Some events were close, such as Trenton Harrison’s 2:08.06 time in the 200 freestyle just edging out Gibson Southern’s Griffin Mercer, who had a 2:09.07 finish. Colby Stafford’s 25.63 time in the 50 freestyle earned him first place, while Pike Central’s Coleman Henson came right behind him with a 26.57 time.

Then there’s Lorenzo Vaiardi, who had a 2:12.12 time to win the 200 individual medley, while Logan McClain of the Titans came in second with a time of 2:34.36. Vaiardi also won the 100 breaststroke, and came in first in the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

Evansville Central 125, Vincennes Lincoln 67, Southridge 8: The lone competitor for the Raiders on the boys side was Reilly Lechner, whose 156.17 score in diving was second to Evansville Central’s Cade Serletic, who won with a 169.05 score.

Prep girls swimming

Adi Luker

Southridge 142, Evansville Central 108, Vincennes Lincoln 52: The Raiders won each of the first three events on the girls side Monday, and seven events overall. Adi Luker won both the 200 individual medley, and the 100 backstroke. Claire Hentrup and Jordan Biehl finished one and two, respectively, in the 200 freestyle. Evie Sherer and Ana Hewitt replicated this feat in diving.

Gibson Southern 138, Pike Central 102, Northeast Dubois 60: Hailey Sweeney had a pair of first place finishes for the Jeeps on the girls end Monday. She claimed victory in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:13.77. Sweeney added her second win of the night with a 1:08.38 time in the 100 butterfly.

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