Sabotin advances to state meet
Trinity Lutheran junior Rachel Sabotin is heading back to the state finals at IUPUI.
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Sabotin won the 500 freestyle in 4 minutes, 59.69 seconds and captured the 200 individual medley in 2:03.68 during Saturday’s Columbus North Sectional to punch a pair of tickets to Indianapolis.
Sabotin, who set a sectional record in the 200 freestyle last year, switched to the 200 IM this year.
“I really felt like I wanted to do something new,” Sabotin said. “I was really happy with how I swam, especially for being the first year doing it. We kind of rested less for this meet than we have in past years, so I’m really happy that I was able to swim those times going into state. I’ll hopefully have a good seed and will be able to drop more time.”
Prelims will be Friday night at the Indiana University Natatorium before Saturday morning’s championships.
Look for a story on Sabotin’s journey to state in an upcoming edition of The Tribune.
Owls compete in state meet
The Seymour High School boys bowling team placed 10th of 11 teams at the state meet Saturday at Championship Lanes in Anderson.
Look for a full story on the state meet in an upcoming edition of The Tribune.
Hornets snap five-game skid
Medora defeated Southern Roads Conference foe Evansville Christian 65-47 on Saturday.
The Hornets led 18-10 after one quarter and 31-27 at the break. They then scored 17 points in each of the third and fourth quarters to help end a five-game losing streak.
Owen Sullivan led the Hornets with 23 points, and Keaton Seniours added 15.
The Hornets (4-15) host Madison Christian on Saturday.
Cougars fall to Mustangs
Trinity Lutheran fell to New Washington 50-36 on Saturday afternoon.
The Cougars (5-15) trailed 20-19 at the half before getting outscored 18-11 in the third quarter and 12-6 in the final eight minutes.
A.J. Goecker led the Cougars with 11 points, and Josh Rowe added eight.
The Cougars will host Christian Academy on Thursday.