There were several winners of two individual events on the evening. For the Cascade girls, Regina Solik won the 50 free and 100 breaststroke and for the boys, Jesse Gilmore won the 500 free and 100 backstroke.
For the Tri-West girls, Madison Jones took first in the 200 free and 100 butterfly, and for the boys, Robert Brandkamp won the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke and Garhett Cook took the 50 and 100 free.
Other individual winners for the Cadet girls include Hayley Rosales in the 200 IM, Anna Arthur in diving, Kristi DeWeese in the 100 free, Tori Breeding in the 500 free, and Lexi Brown in the 100 backstroke.
In boys’ action, Griffin Crum won the 200 free for Cascade and Jacob Corbett won the 200 IM for Tri-West.
The Bruins’ Evan Cooper continued his superb freshman diving season by winning with a score of 252.
Sankey said he believes it’s been five or six years since he’s seen someone with the diving talent Cooper possesses.
“Evan is great every night,” he said. “I would certainly expect to see him at the state meet this year.”
The Cascade girls and the Tri-West boys swept their respective relays.
For the Cadets, winning the 200 medley relay was Brown, Gabriela Balzano, Chasity Keegan, and Carly Neuhausel. Taking first in the 200 and 400 free relay was the team of Solik, Rosales, DeWeese, and Breeding.
For the Bruins, Braden Jones, Corbett, Brandkamp, and Cook won the 200 medley relay. The team of Thomas Tintera, Conner Sheets, Ryan Richard, and Brandkamp took first in the 200 free relay. Completing the boys’ sweep in the relays was Richard, Tintera, Corbett, and Cook in the 400 free relay.
It was senior night at Cascade and the Cadets had some important swimmers to the program honored.
Gilmore owns the 200 free school record and diver Kyle Trent owns both Cascade diving records.
“They have been the cornerstone of this team for the last four years,” Williams said.