Megan Wolf (400 free), Alyssa Smock (200 medley), Chloe Wittig (200 medley and 200 free), Delaney Krug (200 free) and Ashley Kraatz (200 free) made up the rest of the members of Brownsburg’s relay teams.
Tri-West’s Madison Jones won the 100 fly in a lifetime best time of 1:01.90 and teammate Madison Warden took first in the diving competition.
Sankey pointed out swimmer Alyssa Alexander’s time in the 200 and 500 free as she knocked four and five seconds off each, respectively.
“To see improvements like that at this stage in the game is really impressive,” he said.
At such an early point in the season, both teams have been working very hard to gain strength and swimming countless laps in the pool.
“We’ve been pretty high yardage-wise and we’ve been doing a lot of weight room stuff here at the beginning of the year,” Sankey said. “They’re pretty worn down.”
Saylor said his team was also exhausted, making this meet a way to break up the monotony of training.
“They should be very tired at this point,” he said. “We’ve been working hard.”
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