Record showing in EHS girls relay

from staff reports
GREENEVILLE -- It was quite a meet for the Elizabethton High swimming team Monday. New school records tend to make things a bit special.
On a night that Danielle Maughon, Sarah Burgoyne, Ruth Ann Johnson and Sarah Key broke the EHS 200 freestyle record, the Lady Cyclones swam to a 125-125 tie while the Cyclones prevailed by a 108-88 score versus Greeneville.
Taking second-place honors in the event, Maughon, Burgoyne, Johnson and Key clocked in at a time of 2:05.03, beating the old mark by a whopping two seconds.
Leading the Cyclones in their victory was Craig Shaw, who took top honors in the 100 freestyle (59.07) and the 100 backstroke (1:09.23).
Garrett Johnson, with a 26.62 in the 50 freestyle, and Blake Dugger, 1:07.72 in the 100 butterfly, contributed first-place performances to the 'Betsy cause, and Johnson was one spot behind Shaw in the 100 freestyle (1:02.00).
Evan Lindauer generated second-place swims in the 200 individual medley (2:28.16) and 400/500 freestyle (6:13.60), while Matt Bowers, who posted a 1:15.48 in the 100 breaststroke, and Eric Crowe, who recorded a 2:31.74 in the 200 freestyle, each had a runner-up showing.
Moreover, Johnson, Crowe, Dugger and Lindauer served up a first-place swim in the 200 freestyle relay (1:48.12).
Jacob May, Forrest Gentry, Shaw and Johnson grabbed second-place points in the 200 medley, swimming a 2:33.85.
The Lady Cyclone ledger had Johnson as a two-time winner in the individual events, as she captured the 200 individual medley (2:44.92) as well as the 400/500 freestyle (6:57.92).
Burgoyne proved to be the best in the 100 freestyle (1:09.15), and complemented that effort with a runner-up 200 freestyle finish (2:26.41). Maughon took second in the 100 breaststroke (1:29.18) and the 100 butterfly (1:25.26), with teammate Amber Garland seizing runner-up honors in the 50 freestyle (31.75) and 100 backstroke (1:27.77).
Key came in second in the 200 individual medley, putting up a 2:58.
The 400 freestyle relay saw Amber Garland, Key, Johnson and Burgoyne show the way with a 4:49.36.
Garland, Maughon, Lindsay Norris and Darby Crawford posted a second-place 2:33.25 in the 200 medley.
Elizabethton will compete in a six-way meet at 6 p.m. tonight at Virginia High. The meet was originally scheduled for Wednesday evening.