News · JH Swimmers faced off against Fountain Central on Tuesday night


The boys and girls junior high swim teams faced Fountain Central on Tuesday night.  The boys came out on top, winning 97-39.  The girls fought hard but fell to the Mustangs 93-71.  The girls medley relay team of Jenna Twitty, Micah Hole, Lindsey Steimel, and Lilly Maners kicked off the meet with a second-place finish in a time of 2:31.41.  The boys’ medley relay team of Jacob Norman, Carver Bragg, Jonathan Rutherford, and Isaac Threlkeld followed that up with a win in a time of 2:48.86.  Chase Collier and Norman followed with two wins in the 200-yard freestyle and 100-yard IM.  Also in the 100-yard IM, Twitty, Hole, and Steimel went 1-2-3 for the girls, sweeping the event.  In the 50-yard freestyle, Maners took second place for the girls in a time of 34.69; for the boys, Threlkeld and Bragg took first and second with times of 29.22 and 34.82 respectively.  Steimel gained another first for the girls in the 50-yard butterfly with a time of 39.13.  Rebecca Rustin earned second-place in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 1:30.34; Xander Rouse, Collier, and Asher Foy swept the boys’ 100-yard freestyle with times of 1:22.23, 1:22.43, and 1:39.72 respectively.  Both teams also had wins in the 200-yard freestyle relay; for girls: Twitty, Maners, Abigail Scott, and Steimel (2:16.25); for boys: Threlkeld, Collier, Bragg, and Norman (2:14.78).  In the 100-yard backstroke, Webo girls took first and second (Twitty, 1:20.65 and Scott, 1:32.25), then Norman and Rouse did the same for the boys in that event (1:28.16 and 1:37.68).  In the final individual event of the night, the 100-yard breaststroke, Hole placed second in a time of 1:41.22 for the girls, and Bragg brought home a win for the boys in a time of 2:00.05