BNL sophomore sets school
record in shot during HHC
NEW ALBANY – Bedford North Lawrence sophomore Megan Lambrecht set a school record while winning the shot put competition during the Hoosier Hills Conference meet on Friday night.
The Stars finished eighth as a team with 43 points, but Lambrecht was the bright spot as she heaved the shot 37-11 to win that individual event.
Lambrecht also finish fifth in the discus (109-2), while Sarah Brewster was fourth (15-9) and McKenna Garrison was fifth (15-5 1/2) in the long jump.
Floyd Central won the meet with 123 points, followed by Columbus East (96.5) and Jennings County (92).
Top individual performers included Jennings County’s Justine Corya (winning the 100 in 12.53 and the 400 in 1:01.23), Seymour’s Ashton Chase (claiming the 1600 in 5:27.01 and the 3200 in 11:56.64) and Madison’s Maddie Holland (taking the 100 hurdles in 15.74 and the pole vault with a meet record of 12-6).
Jeffersonville set a meet record in the 1600 relay, with Hailey Lacy, Callista Tate, Kerrigan Young and Jhala Henry combining to clock 4:04.64 and shatter the old mark (4:07.70 set by Jeffersonvllle in 1999) by over three seconds.