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Girls swim competes at Barton Community College on April 26

Leroy Goodspeed
Barton Community College Girls Swim Meet

On Thursday, April 26, the Hays High School girls swim team competed at Barton County Community College for a swim meet. The team placed third with an overall score of 306 points.

Here are the individual scores for the team members and the team relay scores:

50-yard Freestyle: first place – Izabel Schmidt, second place – Jaylen Hughes, 14th place – Jayleigh Weilert

100-yard Backstroke: third place – Jaylen Hughes, fifth place – Lucy Tippy, 11th place – Sylvia Keller

100-yard Freestyle: seventh place – Breckyn Wahlmeier, 16th place – Cailin DeBey, 18th place – Sylvia Keller

200-yard Freestyle Relay: second place – Jaylen Hughes, Katelyn Stieben, Breckyn Wahlmeier and Izabel Schmidt; 10th place – Sylvia Keller, Kiera Dealy, Cailin DeBey and Addybelle Birdsall

200-yard Medley Relay:  third place – Lucy Tippy, Izabel Schmidt, Jaylen Hughes and Breckyn Wahlmeier; 11th place – Jayleigh Weilert, Sylvia Keller, Caili DeBey and Anne Wintch

200-yard Freestyle: 12th place – Kiera Dealy, 14th place – Katelyn Stieben

400-yard Freestyle Relay: fourth place – Jayleigh Weilert, Kiera Dealy, Katelyn Stieben and Lucy Tippy; 12th place – Loren Tervort, Janessa Miller, Jordyn Flavin and Anne Wintch

“The Hays High girls are working towards getting their third relay qualified for state,” head coach Kendra Clary said. “We are hoping to have a few more girls get consideration times in their events before preparing for WAC [Western Athletic Conference]!”


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Leroy Goodspeed
Leroy Goodspeed, Asst. Design/Multimedia Editor
I am a junior, and I am involved in weightlifting, the Hays High swim team, and doing cybersecurity work with FHSU.

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