December 14, 2023

Swim Teams Compete at St. John 23 Holiday Classic

Last Saturday, the Warrior swim teams, both high school and middle school, competed in the St. John 23 Holiday Classic at Katy High School. The Warriors were competitive as they work toward Regionals and State competitions next month. Two school records were broken at the meet, both in the 200 Free. For the girls, junior Jadie Weatherly broke her own record with a time of 2:18.60 and placed first in the event. For the boys, junior Noah Utley broke the record set in 2016 (2:31.59) with a time of 2:22.34, placing third. There were many top five finishers, particularly in the middle school division where the Warriors had 15 finishes in the top five, including first place finishes by Aiden Leyrer in two events, Brooks Johnson, Sophie Boctor and two relays.

Top five finishers in high school:

  • Girls 200 Free – Jadie Weatherly – first place
  • Girls 100 Free – Jadie Weatherly – first place
  • Boys 200 Free – Noah Utley – first place
  • Girls 200 IM – Ali Richard – third place
  • Girls 500 Free – Katie Schmitt – fourth place
  • Boys 200 Free Relay – Noah Utley, Ayden Farrell, Will Simcik, Brody Johnson – fourth place

Top five finishers in middle school:

  • Boys 100 Free – Aiden Leyrer – first place
  • Boys 100 IM – Aiden Leyrer – first place
  • Girls 100 IM – Remi Brashier – second place
  • Girls 50 Free – Sophie Boctor – first place, Mary Ellen Southall – fifth place
  • Boys 50 Free – Landon Hamm – third place, Henry Southall – fourth place, Tate Lubs – fifth place
  • Girls 50 Back – Ava Rogers – fifth place
  • Boys 50 Back – Brooks Johnson – first place, Jackson Connelly – third place
  • Girls 50 Breast – Remi Brashier – third place, Sophie Boctor – fifth place
  • Boys 50 Breast – Landon Hamm – fourth place
  • Boys 50 Fly – Tate Lubs – second place
  • Girls 200 Medley Relay – Ava Rogers, Remi Brashier, Sophie Boctor, Karis Hamm – second place
  • Boys 200 Medley Relay – Brooks Johnson, Landon Hamm, Aiden Leyrer, Tate Lubs – first place
  • Girls 200 Free Relay – Sophie Boctor, Remi Brashier, Mary Ellen Southall, Karis Hamm – first place
  • Boys 200 Free Relay – Brooks Johnson, Landon Hamm, Aiden Leyrer, Tate Lubs – second place

The Warrior swim team next competes on Saturday, January 6, at the Bay Area New Year Exhibition at the Clear Springs High School Natatorium at 12 p.m. The meet will again be a combined high school and middle school meet.

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