Richfield High School’s swim team picked up another overall victory for the Wildcats, as well as wins for both the boys’ and girls’ teams in Richfield Friday with 156 points and 128 points, respectively.
“I feel like a broken record when I say the team did a great job all the time, but they really did,” said Christal Anderson. “In our earlier meets, we had been getting quite a few disqualifications – around 12-15, but this week we only had a few. Which, is a great accomplishment and great testament to what awesome kids we have. They took the instructions given to them and fixed what needed to be fixed. It’s great to see them growing not only as a team, but as individuals as well. They are getting stronger, faster and accomplishing more as the season goes on.”
Individual results for the girls’ team in Richfield Friday are as follows –
200-yard medley relay – 1. Marisol Mikesell, Aubri Kling, Alexis Kling and Annalee Thompson.
200-yard freestyle – 1. Alexis Kling; 3. Sierra Gleave.
200-yard individual medley – 1. Aubri Kling; 2. Annalee Thompson.
50-yard freestyle – 2. Tessa Myler; 7. Lucrezia Fenino; 14. Karlee Thomas; 15. Tashina Blake; 16. Maria Rider; 17. Gaia D’Angelosante; 18. Beatrice Branchi.
100-yard butterfly – 1. Marisol Mikesell; 2. Alexis Kling.
100-yard freestyle – 1. Annalee Thompson; 2. Brittan Tait; 6. Lucrezia Fenino; 9. Haylen Curley; 10. Tashina Blake.
500-yard freestyle – 1. Tessa Myler; 6. Andi Valk.
200-yard freestyle relay – 1. Brittan Tait, Lucrezia Fenino, Sierra Gleave and Tessa Myler; 4. Tashina Blake, Andi Valk, Gaia D’Angelosante and Haylen Curley.
100-yard backstroke – 1. Aubri Kling; 4. Brittan Tait; 9. Sierra Gleave; 12. Karlee Thomas; 13. Andi Valk.
100-yard breaststroke – 1. Marisol Mikesell.
400-yard freestyle relay – 1. Aubri Kling, Annalee Thompson, Marisol Mikesell and Alexis Kling; 4. Haylen Curley, Gaia D’Angelosante, Tashina Blake and Andi Valk.
Individual results for the boys’ team in Richfield Friday are as follows –
200-yard medley relay – 1. Owen Knight, Colsen Jewkes, Braxten Anderson and Parker Hunt.
200-yard freestyle – 1. Levi Maxfield; 3. Seth Huntsman; 4. Max Graf; 7. Brevan Anderson.
200-yard individual medley – 1. Grant Kling; 2. Parker Hunt; 3. Owen Knight.
50-yard freestyle – 2. Mac Ogden; 3. Dawson Christensen; 7. Evan Lloyd; 8. Owen Knight; 12. Spencer Morrill; 16. Carter Hunt; 20. Breckyn Hopper; 22. Spencer Thompson; 23. Caleb Baldwin; 24. Sean Lloyd; 25. Bridger Morrill.
100-yard butterfly – 1. Braxten Anderson; 3. Max Graf; 4. Cameron Jewkes.
100-yard freestyle – 2. Mac Ogden; 3. Colsen Jewkes; 6. Levi Christensen; 10. Luke Jensen; 13. Jaron Thomas.
500-yard freestyle – 1. Levi Maxfield; 2. Seth Huntsman; 3. Levi Christensen; 4. Carter Hunt.
200-yard freestyle relay – 1. Levi Maxfield, Seth Huntsman, Grant Kling and Mac Ogden; 3. Max Graf, Carter Hunt, Spencer Morrill and Evan Lloyd; 5. Brevan Anderson, Luke Jensen, Levi Christensen and Cameron Jewkes; 6. Breckyn Hopper, Caleb Baldwin, Jaron Thomas and Sean Lloyd.
100-yard backstroke – 3. Braxten Anderson; 6. Breckyn Hopper; 7. Bridger Morrill.
100-yard breaststroke – 3. Colsen Jewkes; 5. Grant Kling; 6. Parker Hunt; 12. Spencer Morrill; 13. Caleb Baldwin; 14. Spencer Thompson.
400-yard freestyle relay – 1. Seth Huntsman, Parker Hunt, Grant Kling and Levi Maxfield; 3. Colsen Jewkes, Braxten Anderson, Owen Knight and Mac Ogden; 4. Luke Jensen, Brevan Anderson, Levi Christensen and Carter Hut; 5. Sean Lloyd, Bridger Morrill, Spencer Thompson and Caleb Baldwin.
“As coaches, we are impressed with their work ethic, as well as all of the time and effort they put in every day and at the meets,” Anderson said. “It was fun to come away with another win and great to see the sport of swimming growing.”