January 26, 2023

TAPPS Regional Swim Meet 2023

The Warrior high school swim team competed in the TAPPS East Regional swim meet on Saturday, January 21, at the University of Houston. In a field of 13 teams, both the girl’s team and the boy’s team finished in sixth place in Division III. Many of the swimmers swam their fastest times of the season and several individuals had top 10 finishes.

  • The girl’s medley relay team of Jana Faraclas, Zoe Brashier, Alison Richard and Katie Schmitt finished seventh.
  • The boy’s medley relay team of Brody Johnson, Ayden Farrell, Noah Utley and Will Simcik finished fifth.
  • The free relay girl’s team of Katie Schmitt, Zoe Brashier, Kayla Geyer and Alison Richard finished fifth.
  • The boy’s free relay team of Utley, Farrell, Simcik, and Johnson finished sixth.

Individual top 10 finishers:

  • Katie Schmitt – sixth in 200 IM
  • Alison Richard – eighth in both 50 Free and 100 Fly
  • Zoe Brashier – eighth in 100 Breast and 10th in 100 Fly
  • Brody Johnson – fifth in both 50 Free and 100 Back
  • Noah Utley – ninth in 100 Free and 10th in 50 Free

State qualifiers for TAPPS will be determined following the conclusion of all regional meets and CCS has an opportunity to send several swimmers to the state meet in San Antonio on February 6. Go, Warriors!

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