SwimCats combine for third place at Friday Frenzy meet
The BHS SwimCats competed at the Friday Frenzy Swim Meet in Thomasville last Friday.
The combined team came in third place, with the girls placing fourth and the boys taking a very close third behind Veterans.
Haydn Griffin placed first in the 200 free and first in the 50 free. Blake Lowe placed fifth in the 200 free and fifth in the 500 free. David Long placed third in the 200 IM and 6th in the 100 breaststroke, Sandy Baker placed third in the 200 IM and fourth in the 100 backstroke, Emily Chambers placed sixth in the 50 free, Efrain Diaz placed fourth in the 100 butterfly, Gage Kempton placed third in the 100 free and third in the 100 breaststroke, Emily Sullivan placed fourth in the 500 freestyle and third in the 100 breaststroke, Alaiya Schulyer placed fifth in the 500 freestyle and Branch Butler placed fifth in the 100 backstroke.
For relays, the boys medley relay of Haydn Griffin, Gage Kempton, Efrain Diaz, and David Long placed fourth; the Girls medley relay of Ashlyn Brock, Emily Sullivan, Sandy Baker, and Emily Chambers placed fourth; the boys 200 free relay of Haydn Griffin, Austin Aldridge, Efrain Diaz and David Long placed third, and boys 200 free relay of Stokes Moore, Jack Burke, John WIllis Maples and Branch Butler placed sixth; the girls 200 free relay of Sandy Baker, Madison Mills, Viviana Schuyler and Emily Chambers placed fifth; the boys 400 free relay of Austin Aldridge, Stokes Moore, Branch Butler, and Gage Kempton placed second; the boys 400 free relay of John Willis Males, Blake Lowe, Jack Burke, and Jonathan Farrington placed fourth; the girls 400 free relay of Ashlyn Brock, Viviana Schuyler, Madison Mills, and Emily Sullivan placed first; and the girls 400 free relay of MacKenzie Thomas, Madison Toole, Alaiya Schuyler, and Mary Mercer Reynolds placed third.
The SwimCats will compete Wednesday, Jan. 24 at the Region Meet in Harris County.
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