The Greensburg Girls Track and Field team were very competitive Friday night at Decatur Central’s Joe Schott Memorial Twilight Invitational. Placing 3rd behind Brownsburg and Ben Davis, the Lady Pirates defeated Greenfield-Central, Decatur Central, Tindley, Herron, and Covenant Christian.The girls placed in all 16 events with a couple of Runner Up Championships and a handful of personal records. The evening started with Cathy Newhart, Morgan Winkler, Julia Ankney and Cami Jones taking 2nd in the 3200m relay and Arie Hampton capturing 2nd in high jump.The successful night continued as the shot putters, long jumpers and hurdlers all advanced into finals in their events. All the Ladies performed well and really stepped up to some tough competition. Mary West made big improvements in both the 100 & 200 with new PRs. Julia Ankney also dropped time from her previous 400 and Lily Grimes threw another PR in discus.Results are as follows:Runner Up ChampionsArie Hampton – High Jump3200m Relay Team (Newhart, Wiinkler, Ankney, Jones)3rd PlaceCami Jones – 1600Julia Ankney – 400Ellie Kramer – Pole Vault4th PlaceCathy Newhart – 1600 & 3200400 Relay Team (Rylie Smith, Mary West, Jaylin Hampton, Ashlynn Meyer)1600 Relay Team (Jones, Montana Whitaker, Meyer, Ankney)5th PlaceRylie Smith – Long JumpLily Grimes – Shot PutAshlynn Meyer – 100H & 300HMary West – 100 & 200Cami Jones – 8006th PlaceJaylin Hampton – Long JumpRylie Smith – 100H7th PlaceErin Browning – Shot PutRylie Smith – 300H8th PlaceLily Grimes – DiscusJulia Ankney – 800Some of the Lady Pirates will compete again Tuesday at East Central against the Trojans and Batesville Bulldogs.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.On Friday evening, the Greensburg Boys Track and Field team finished 4th at the Joe Schott Twilight Invitational at Decatur Central High School. Brownsburg won the team title while Warren Central took the runner-up spot.The Pirates did take one title on the evening as the 4×800 squad of seniors Reid McClintic, Kevin Johnson, Louis Moore and freshman Hunter Butz won in 8:37.43. The time is a season best for the squad and McClintic and Moore each had relay leg PR’s. The race set the tone for the squad on the evening as the team placed in 14 of 16 events. Overall this was a tremendous night against tough competition.Meet placers and PR performances.Discus: Tanner Yonts, 3rd 118′Shot Put: Dylan Cain, 6th 40’4″Long Jump: Zach Pokrzywinski, 2nd 6′ Pole Vault: Matthew Myer, 5th 9’6″ =PR100m: Isaiah Myer, 7th 11.74 PR; Pokrzywinski, 8th 11.88 PR110H: Collin Springmeyer, 4th 18.27 PR, Vincent Pavy, 5th 18.29200m: Isaiah Myer, 8th 24.21 PR1600m: Jared Hasselbring, 5th 4:48.42; Johnson 4:49.41 6th 4:49.41 PR4×100 Relay: 6th 47.17 Season Best (I. Myer, Pavy, Luke Lozier, Pokrzywinski)400m: Daimon Austin 7th, 54.89 Season Best800m: Butz 3rd, 2:10.47; Moore, 5th 2:11.253200m: Hasselbring, 4th 10:41.40 PR; McClintic, 5th10:41.604×400 Relay: 6th 3:48.30 (Jadrian Woods, Moore, Butz, Austin)Some of the Pirates will be in action on Tuesday when they compete against East Central and Connersville.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Mike Myers.