The Batesville Bulldogs Track and Field team traveled back to South Dearborn Monday night to finish up the eight team South Dearborn Invitational from April 20th that was stopped because of the weather.It was a battle all night back and forth between the Franklin County Wildcats and the Batesville Bulldogs. The boys came up 3 points short 107-104 to FC as the girls ended up in a dead tie with the Wildcats, both at 124 points. Unfortunately, the men’s pole vault ended up being canceled and not a part of the scoring as the high winds made it too dangerous to vault.Other teams and their scores in the invitational were…on the boys: Lbrug-93, Oldenburg-80, Switzerland County-40, South Dearborn-16, Rising Sun-14 and South Ripley-9 and for the girls: Switzerland County-107, South Dearborn-64, Oldenburg-59, SouthRipley-41, Lawrenceburg-8 and Rising Sun-7.Batesville had several champions, a meet MVP and two meet records broken. First, Garrett Wagner broke the 14 year old 110 meter hurdle record set by Batesville’s Matt Doll back in 1993 of 15.44-Garrett clocked a 15.06. Garrett also shaved a little moretime off his 300m hurdles record the he set last year of 40.53, but went through at 40.3 tonight. Another record was broken in the 3200, but Oldenburg Academy’s Curt Eckstein-breaking his own record and cruising through at 9:33.11, over a minute in frontof the rest of the field.Batesville’s Senior Caleb Moster was named the meet’s runner MVP as he scored the most points on the oval for the meet at 28.5. Caleb was on the winning 4 x 800m relay team, won the 800m run and came in 2nd for both the 1600m run and 3200m run.Individual Champions for the meet were: Garrett Wagner-110m hurdles, 300m hurdles, 4 x 400m relay; Caleb Moster-800m run, 4 x 800m relay; Haylee Harmeyer-400m dash, 4 x 800m relay, 4 x 400m relay; Henry Lipinski-4 x 400m relay; Quinten Gowdy-4 x 400m relay, 4 x 800m relay; Ian Yorn-4 x 400m relay; Michael Ripperger-4 x 800m relay; Adam Moster-4 x 800m relay; Stephanie Nobbe-200m dash; Liz Loichinger-4 x 800m relay; Mary Poltrack-4 x 800m relay; Emma Gausman-4 x 800m relay; Alison Muckerheide-4 x 400m relay; Madeleine Robben-4 x 400m relaySarah Poltrack-4 x 400m relay.Congratulations to all the 1st place finishers!Runner up medals went to: Caleb Moster-1600m and 3200m run; Stephanie Nobbe-pole vault; Sarah Poltrack-1600m run; Emma Gausman-800m run; Liz Loichinger-3200m run; 4 x 100m relay team of Alison Muckerheide, Sophie Meadows, Morgan Meyer and Stephanie Nobbe;Also receiving medals for 3rd place were: Henry Lipinski-300m hurdles; Quinten Gowdy-800m run; Emma Gausman-1600m runMary Poltrack-3200m run; Madeleine Robben-400m dash.Scoring 4th place points were: Jon Kurtz-Discus; Ian Yorn-400m dash; Adam Moster-3200m run; Morgan Meyer-High Jump; Haylee Harmeyer-Long Jump; Stephanie Nobbe-100m dash; Sarah Poltrack-800m dash.5th place finishes were: Chris Laymon-Long Jump; Adam Moster- 1600m run; Gavin Koester-200m dash; Gabby Gibbs-High JumpAlison Muckerheide-Long Jump; Katherine Roell-Shot Put; Melanie Werner-Pole Vault.Finally finishing out the scoring in 6th place were: Henry Lipinski- Long Jump; Michael Ripperger-1600m run; Peyton Meyer-200m dash; Alison Muckerheide-100m dash; Madeleine Robben-200m dash.There were many personal records broken, even in the windy weather. They are: Caleb Moster-800m run, Adam Moster, Michael Ripperger and Taylor Meyers-1600m run, Liz Loichinger-3200m run, Katherine Roell-shot put, Jon Kurtz, Ben Krieg and KatherineRoell-discus, Henry Lipinski, Chris Laymon and Haylee Harmeyer- long jump, Madeleine Robben, Alison Muckerheide, Sarah Poltrack and Haylee Harmeyer-4 x 400m relay split.Congratulations to everyone!This week the Bulldogs will celebrate their 17 seniors as they host the County meet on either Thursday or Friday, depending on the weather. So come on out to the track and chear them on! Start time is 5pm. Come help us celebrate!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.