Discus pair of Cody Bauer and Cain6th place finishersShot Put pair of Bauer and Jesse Hunter4×200 Relay – Dallas Crank, Connor Deaton, Ares Merritt, ImelThe Lady Pirates Track and Field Team opened their outdoor season at home during the Crossbones Relays Saturday. Columbus North, East Central, Franklin County, Madison and Milan all competed in the non-scored relay event.2017 Greensburg Girls Crossbones ResultsThe Greensburg Girls had outstanding performances with 5 championships, 5 runner-up championships, as well as a handful of career PRs.The meet began with dominating performances from the throwing duo of Lily Grimes and Erin Browning. The ladies threw great marks in their events especially Grimes’ new discus Personal Record of 101′. Erica Fixmer also performed at her best with a 4’6 jump and freshman Koregan Kidd significantly improved with a 7′ foot pole vault clearance. Kidd is the 6th best vaulter in school history. The girls 4 x 800 team also improved greatly by dropping 13 seconds marking the group the 7th fastest team in school history.All the Lady Pirates did an outstanding job in their events and were highly competitive. It was a great outdoor opener for 2017. The Greensburg Boys Track and Field team opened the season hosting the Crossbones Relays. A beautiful day gave way to solid performances from the squad including two first place finishes. No team scoring was held in this meet.2017 Greensburg Crossbones Relay Carnival“The team stepped up and competed well and were a pure joy to watch today. I watched guys step in and fill big roles today, including an outstanding relay leg from Devin Imel. Our young guys got a taste of high school competition and our veterans showed that hard work pays off in a big way (boys 4×800 squad). We will get tested twice this next week as we travel to South Dearborn to face the hosts Knights and Jennings County and on Friday when we travel to Decatur Central and meet teams like DC, Warren Central, Greenfield-Central and Brownsburg.” Pirates Coach Mike Myers.1st Place finishers4×800 Squad of Reid McClintic, Kevin Johnson, Louis Moore and Jared Hasselbring in 8:46.4 (great legs by all the guys, Jared ran a pure guts last 200 to secure the win)4×400 Squad of Jadrian Woods, Louis Moore, Vincent Pavy and Devin Imel in 3:50.6 (everyone ran solid, Moore put us in the lead and Imel ran the best race of his high school career!)2nd place finishersLong Jump pair of Daimon Austin and Zach PokrzywinskiHigh Jump pair of Luke Lozier and PokrzywinskiDistance Medley Relay – Johnson, Austin, McClintic, Hasselbring3rd place finishersDiscus pair of Landen Deikhoff and Tanner YontsShot Put pair of Dylan Cain and YontsPole Vault pair of Charlie Pumphrey and Devin HannaSprint Medley Relay – Woods, Pavy, Pokrzywinski, Austin4th place finishers4×100 Relay – Woods, Pavy, Lozier, Pokrzywinski4×200 Relay – Woods, Shawn Parlow, Lozier, Pavy,Throwers 4×100 Relay – Bauer, Deikhoff, Yonts, Cain5th place finishers The girls will compete again Tuesday at South Dearborn against the Knights and Jennings County.Crossbones Relay ChampionsShot Put 65’7 Lily Grimes (38’8.5) & Erin Browning (26’10.5)Discus 205’5 Erin Browning (104’5) & Lily Grimes (*101′)High Jump 9’10 Arie Hampton (5’4) & Erika Fixmer (*4’6)4 x 800 *10:36.5 Cathy Newhart, Morgan Winkler, Julia Ankney, Cami JonesDMR 14:21.1 Cathy Newhart, Charlotte Anderson, Julia Ankney, Cami JonesRunner-Up ChampionsLong Jump 28′ Rylie Smith (14’2.25) & Jaylin Hampton (13’9.75)Pole Vault 15′ Ellie Kramer (8′) & Koregan Kidd (*7′)Throwers 4×1 1:05.9 Emily Lowe, Lily Grimes, Kailee Kidd, Erin BrowningSMR 2:02.2 Mary West, Jaylin Hampton, Ashlynn Meyer, Julia Ankney4 x 400 4:37.1 Cami Jones, Rylie Smith, Ashlynn Meyer, Julia Ankney3rd Place4 x 100 53.6 Rylie Smith, Mary West, Jaylin Hampton, Ashlynn Meyer5th PlaceShot Put 50’6 Kailee Kidd (26′) & Emily Lowe (24’6)Discus 144′ Kailee Kidd (77’8) & Emily Lowe (66’4)Long Jump 25’6 Montana Whitaker (12’10) & Erika Fixmer (12’8)6th PlaceSMR 2:18.3 Koregan Kidd, Allison Ralston, Montana Whitaker, Reagan WhiteCourtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.