The boys’ and girls’ swimming team defeated Male on Monday night to celebrate their senior night.
A good looking group of Crimson Seniors!! Thanks for the last 4 years and good luck to all! ❤️🏊🏼♂️❤️🏊🏻♀️ pic.twitter.com/6c2mwkgFNA
— Manual Swimming (@SwimCrimsons) January 23, 2018
The boys’ team swept away the competition, winning first place in 11 of the 12 events.
50 freestyle – Alan Ocheretner (12) took first in the 50 yard freestyle for Manual, with a time of 23.8 seconds.
“It’s exciting you know, swimming here for four years. I made a lot of friends. It’s been great,” Ocheretner said.
100 freestyle – Ocheretner also placed first in the 100 freestyle, adding another win for Manual, with a time of 52.06.
100 breaststroke – Clayton Feller (10) placed first in the Boys 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:06.58, snagging the only first place event for Male. “I could improve on my turns, on the third turn in the 100, Alan dusted me,” Feller said.
100 backstroke – Carson Work (12) finished the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:04.32.
100 fly – In addition to the 100 backstroke, Work also placed first in the 100 fly with a time of 58.58.
200 freestyle – Daniel Pearson (10) placed first in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:54.74.
200 IM – Hayden Brown (10) finished first in the 200 IM with a time of 2:16.8, to add yet another win for Manual.
500 freestyle – Greyson Williams (11) snagged first for Manual in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:14.64.
200 medley relay – Work, Brandon Nally (11), Williams and Luke Latto (10) fought hard and took first for Manual with a cumulative time of 1:48.76.
200 freestyle relay – Work, Ocheretner, Nally, and Pearson took first for Manual in the 200 freestyle relay with a cumulative score of 1:38.01.
400 freestyle relay – Work, Ocheretner, Brown and Pearson worked together to snag another first place for the Crimsons.
“Everyone swam well. I think we did good as a team,” Ocheretner said.
The boys’ swimming team ended the meet with a total of 149 points. Their next meet will be the JCPS Champs on January 31st. The meet will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Central.
The girls’ team racked up the awards as well, winning first in every event of the night.
50 freestyle – Elif Ozyurekoglu (10) snagged first for Manual in the 50 yard fly with a time of 25.79.
100 freestyle – Annie Michael (10) placed first in the 100 freestyle for the Crimsons with a time of 57.87.
100 breaststroke – Jane Hu (10) took first for Manual in the 100 breaststroke in an impressive 1:11.78.
100 backstroke – Elif Ozyurekoglu (10) snagged another win for Manual in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:03.28.
100 fly – Caroline Youdes (10) brought home first in the 100 fly for Manual with a time of 1:03.47.
200 freestyle – Kristin Adams (12) took first in the 200 freestyle for the Crimsons with a time of 2:03.71.
200 Im – Kate Benton (9) racked another first place for Manual in the 200 IM with an impressive 2:28.76.
500 freestyle – Adams took another first place in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:50.51.
200 Medley relay – Hu, Ozyurekoglu, Aubrey Becker (11) and Rose McDonogh (12) fought hard to bring home first in the 200 medley relay with a cumulative time of 1:59.39.
200 freestyle relay – Alexandra Talbott (10), Ozyurekoglu, Michael and Celis Newell (9) racked another first place for Manual in the 200 freestyle relay with a cumulative time of 1:48.37.
“I’m really happy I think I did really good,” Talbott Said.
400 freestyle relay – Maggie Michael (12), Zoey Mason (12), Adams and Savannah Gupton (12) placed first in the 400 freestyle relay with a cumulative time of 4:04.57. “I’m proud of the girls they did good tonight. They placed first in every event,” Pearson said.
The girls’ team ended the night with a total of 169 points. Their next meet will be the JCPS Champs on January 30th. The meet will be at 6:30 p.m. at Central.