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The Bulldogs traveled to Lawrenceburg to take on the Tigers and Milan Indians in triangular meet action Tuesday night.The Lady Bulldogs won the meet with scoring 123 points and taking the top spot in the 200 Medley Relay (Halle Renck, Allison Storms, Maria Lopez, Jenna Ertel), 100 Fly (Lopez), 100 Free (Allison Storms), 500 Free (Kate Poltrack), 200 Free Relay (Renck, Poltrack, Ertel, Gwen Martin), 100 Back (Renck), 100 Breast (Storms), 400 Free Relay (Poltrack, Martin, Lopez, Storms).Other top finishers:– 200 Free: Gwen Martin, 2nd– 200 IM: Maria Lopez, 2nd; Kate Poltrack, 3rd– 50 Free: Jenna Ertel, 2nd– 100 Fly: Halle Renck, 2nd– 500 Free: Gwen Martin, 2nd– 100 Back: Olive Cerniglia, 2nd– 100 Breast: Jenna Ertel, 3rd Overall meet scores:– Batesville 123– Lawrenceburg 101– Milan 62The Bulldogs finished in third place after a close meet. Sean Callahan was the lone event winner for the team in the 500 Free. Other top finishers:– 200 Free: Ethan Brewer, 3rd– 200 IM: Callahan, 2nd– 100 Fly: Brewer, 3rd– 500 Free: Rasnick, 3rd– 200 Free Relay: Ben Moster, Mason Enneking, Brewer, Callahan, 2nd– 100 Breast: Moster, 2nd Overall meet scores:– Lawrenceburg 116– Milan 104– Batesville 93The Bulldogs travel to East Central on January 15 to take on the Trojans at 5:30 pm.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Greg McMullen.
– Playoffs commence November 11 THIRTY-TWO teams from Georgetown will kick-start the popular Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ football championships on November 22. The event concludes on December 16.The winner will pocket $500,000 and will have a chance to represent the ‘City’ at next year’s National Playoffs. The runner-up will receive $250,000, while third and fourth place finishers will collect $200,000 and $100,000 respectively.Sixteen teams received an automatic berth for the group stage of the tournament, and as such, on November 11, there will be a ‘playoff’ in order in select the other 16. The play,off rounds will occur following a registration period that officially starts today.The registration timeline ends on Wednesday November 8. According to the coordinators, forms can be uplifted at the Caesars Place Banks DIH Limited, Durban Street location. Forms can also be uplifted from Referee Coordinator, Wayne Griffith, who can be contacted on tele # 697-7777.The official playing dates are November 22, 23, 25, 30, December 2, 7, 9 and 14. The playing venues for the championship are Demerara Park, National Cultural Centre Tarmac, Burnham Basketball Court, Albouystown Tarmac and the East Ruimveldt Tarmac [California Square].The coordinators revealed, “It is a new and colourful era in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Championship, which is expected to be exciting and evenly contested in every zone.”They further disclosed, “The tournament is going through several changes which will positively impact the overall quality. Colourful uniforms, displays and balls will be utilised to give the event vibrancy, which will certainly add to the atmosphere.”