Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

November 6, 2018
Cowboys open swim season in Delta

Grantsville to compete in Cedar City Invite after promising start 

The Grantsville swim team opened its season Friday at the Delta Mini Invitational, with a number of swimmers setting new personal records.

Sophomore Hadlee Begay set a PR in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 1 minute, 6.76 seconds. Anika Higley’s time of 1:32.44 in the 100 butterfly was her best, and Kira Higley set PRs in the 50 freestyle (39.15) and 100 breaststroke (1:41.12). 

Stephanie Jordan set PRs in the 100 free (1:17.60) and 100 back (1:26.76), and Haylie Paulick set new personal marks in the 50 free (32.65) and 100 breast (1:34.21). Shelby Walker’s time of 2:19.06 in the 100 back was a PR, as was Bronte Warner’s mark of 2:03.66 in the 100 breast. 

For the boys, Justin Hall set PRs in the 200 free (2:18.64), 50 free (28.60) and 100 free (1:01.74). Garrett Hogge-Warburton improved on his previous PRs in the 50 free (26.75) and 100 free (1:01.90), Leonard Jordan set PRs in the 50 free (32.88) and 100 breast (1:43.90) and James Limburg recorded a personal-best time of 1:35.25 in the 100 back. 

Theo Moore shattered his previous personal-bests in the 50 free (34.42) and 100 free (1:26.29), and Alex Mower had PRs of 33.88 and 1:21.04 in the same two races. Dominic Ramsay set PRs in the 50 free (32.39) and 100 breast (1:34.21), and Ben Smurthwaite set a PR in the 100 breast (1:15.98).

Zane Thomas set a new PR of 1:01.59 in the 100 back. Tyler Tripp had PRs in the 100 free (1:10.32) and 500 free (7:17.48). 

The Cowboys will travel to Cedar City this weekend to take part in the Cedar City Invitational.

 

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