December 7, 2023

CCS-Hosted Swim Meet

The CCS swim team hosted a combined high school and middle school swim meet on Monday, December 4, at the Cy-Fair Natatorium. There were 11 schools represented and 239 total swimmers in the competition. Both divisions of the swim team were competitive and there were several top five finishers.

High School:

  • Girls 200 Medley Relay – second place – (Lexi Stamos, Zoe Brashier, Ali Richard, Jadie Weatherly)
  • Girls 200 IM – fourth place – Katie Schmitt
  • Girls 100 Free – fifth place – Jadie Weatherly
  • Boys 500 Free – fifth place – Noah Utley * School Record 6:51.59
  • Girls 200 Free Relay – fourth place – (Ali Richard, Katie Schmitt, Jadie Weatherly, Lexi Stamos)
  • Boys 200 Free Relay – fourth place – (Will Simcik, Reagan Lubs, Ayden Farrell, Brody Johnson)
  • Girls 100 Back – fourth place – Jadie Weatherly
  • Girls 100 Breast – fifth place – Zoe Brashier

Middle School:

  • Boys 200 Medley Relay – fourth place – (Brooks Johnson, Landon Hamm, Aiden Leyrer, Tate Lubs)
  • Girls 100 IM – third place – Michelle Leyrer
  • Boys 100 IM – third place – Aiden Leyrer
  • Boys 50 Free – fourth place – Landon Hamm
  • Boys 100 Free – fifth place – Aiden Leyrer
  • Boys 50 Back – third place – Brooks Johnson

The Warrior swim team next competes on Saturday, December 8, at the SJ23 Holiday Classic at the Katy High School Natatorium at 1 p.m. The meet will again be a combined high school and middle school meet.

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