December 16, 2022

Swim Top 5 Finishes

The Warrior high school swim team had a meet last Saturday at Westfield High School. The team had a few top five finishes in both individual and relay events while competing against 15 other schools. Highlights include top five finishes by the boys’ Medley Relay team (fifth place) and by Brody Johnson (fourth in 100 Free). Overall, the team showed great individual improvements as many swimmers had large reduction in times including Katie Schmidt who improved her 200 IM time by over 10 seconds and her 500 Free time by over 18 seconds. Zoe Brashier improved her 100 Fly time by 24 seconds, placing 10th, Ali Richard improved her 100 Fly time by 15 seconds, and Ayden Farrell improved his 100 Back time by 11 seconds. The high school team will compete next at Bay Area Christian on Saturday, January 7.

The Warrior middle school swim team had a meet last Friday at Westfield High School. The team had several top 10 finishes in both individual and relay events while competing against 12 other schools. Highlights include top five relay finishes by the boys’ medley and free relay teams, finishing third in each race. The girls’ teams finished fourth and ninth in the same races. Top 10 individual swimmers included Alexa Stamos (second in both 50 Fly and Back) and Remi Brashier (seventh in both 100 IM and 50 Breast) for the girls. Boys top 10 finishers included Guy Stamos (first in 50 Fly and third in 100 IM), Bowman Price (second in both 50 Free and Breast), Brooks Johnson (seventh in 50 Back), David Achterkirch (ninth in 50 Fly) and Sean Faraclas (ninth in 50 Back). Overall, the team performed well with the boys’ team placing third and the girls’ team placing seventh and a combined team finish of seventh overall. The middle school team will compete next at Bay Area Christian on Saturday, January 7.

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