Congratulations to the Wilson Central Swim Team for their success in their final three meets!
January 14–County Championships
Wilson Central won the Wilson County Championships for the eighth year in a row. Swimmers who had first-place finishes in relays were Savana Clayton, Chloe Mulford, Madisen Williams, Sarah Potter, Mia Harris, Blaine Robinson, Evan Freeman, Gage Working, and Andrew Seiber.
Individual first-place winners at this meet were Sarah Potter, Blaine Robinson, Gage Working, Mia Harris, and Chloe Mulford. Second-place winners were Madisen Williams, Mia Harris, Kevan Mehta, Chloe Mulford, Evan Freeman, Sarah Potter, Logan Baker, and Savana Clayton. Third-place winners were Alex Kolesnikoff, Alexis Temple, Andrew Seiber, Savana Clayton, and Madisen Williams.
January 19 ends regular season
The team finished its regular season with a huge upset victory of Pope John Paul II. Swimmers who had first place finishes in relays were Savana Clayton, Chloe Mulford, Madisen Williams, Sarah Potter, Mia Harris, Blaine Robinson, Evan Freeman, Gage Working, and Andrew Seiber.
Individual first place winners at this meet were Sarah Potter, Mia Harris, Chloe Mulford, Andrew Seiber, Gage Working, and Blaine Robinson. Second-place winners were Blaine Robinson, Evan Freeman, Savana Clayton, Sarah Potter, Brandon Hamm, and Madisen Williams. Third-place winners were Madisen Williams, Sadie Patrick, Logan Brown, Alex Kolesnikoff, and Taylor Dover.
Many of our swimmers have achieved personal-beat times in the last two meets. These swimmers are Alex Kolesnikoff, Gage Working, Gretchen Karl, Chantel Duke, Ally Maddock, Alexis Davis, Isaiah Casey, Mia Harris, Brittany Miranda, Cassie Wright, Andrew Seiber, Kevan Mehta, Micheal Ferguson, Micheal Ferguson, Katie Arant, Haven Ward, Taylor Pierece, Dillon Haines, Connor Maxwell, Sadie Patrick, Delany Spruill, Isacc Howard, Logan Baker, Cora Derr, Betsey Meleg, Evan Freeman, Chloe Mulford, Savana Clayton, Huey Beres, Brandon Hamm, Jerika Eduave, Chloe Schiopu, Kaila Hopper, Taylor Dover, and Grayson Haley.
Several of our swimmers are going on to compete in the High School Regional Competiton on Janauary 26, and some will be moving on to the State Finals in February. The entire team appreciates the support our faculty and administration has shown this year.
The Wilson Central Swim Team ROARED in the water at Regional competition on Friday, Jan. 26! Fifteen swimmers competed, nine swimmers won medals in relays, and five swimmers won individual medals. That is a school record for the most medals won by the swim team at Regionals!
The swimmers who competed were Sarah Potter, Alexis Temple, Chloe Mulford, Madisen Williams, Savana Clayton, Cora Derr, Kaila Hopper, Taylor Dover, Mia Harris, Logan Baker, Alex Kolesnikoff, Blaine Robinson, Andrew Seiber, Gage Working, and Evan Freeman.
The Girls’ Medley Relay team of Madisen Williams, Savana Clayton, Mia Harris, and Chloe Mulford medaled in fifteenth place. The Girls’ 200 Freestyle Relay team of Madisen Williams, Sarah Potter, Chloe Mulford, and Mia Harris medaled in tenth place with a personal-best time.
The Boys’ 200 Freestyle Relay team of Blaine Robinson, Gage Working, Andrew Seiber, and Evan Freeman medaled in thirteenth place.
Five swimmers won medals in individual events. Evan Freeman medaled at fourteenth in the 200 Freestyle. Gage Working medaled at fourteenth in the 100 Butterfly with a personal-best time and earned the required time to compete in the State Finals. Blaine Robinson medaled at FOURTH in the 500 Freestyle with a personal-best time. This is a school record for highest finish for a male swimmer! Savana Clayton medaled in sixteenth place in the 100 Breaststroke with a personal-best time. Finally, Mia Harris medaled in eighth place in the 500 Freestyle and medaled at FOURTH in the 100 Butterfly with a personal-best time. This is also a school record for the highest finish for a female swimmer!
Thanks so much to the team members, faculty, administration, and especially the FCA for their support as the swimmers attacked the Regionals. Nine of these swimmers will continue to the State Finals on Feb. 9-10. Good Luck, CATS!