Published January 13, 2008
In a meet dominated by second-echelon teams from District 14-5A, new
The Wildcats finished third and the Lady Wildcats fourth in the annual Winter Classic at
“I was pleased as punch,” said Anderson, who was hired in December. “The kids faced some real challenges today. With preliminaries and finals both it was like swimming two meets today. We had a lot of kids improve their previous personal bests.”
The top performances by the Wildcats came from Jaworski and Arnold. Jaworski won the 200- and 100-yard freeestyles with times of 1 minute, 52.59 seconds and 50.60, while Arnold broke the meet record in the 100 breaststroke with a 1:01.80 in the morning’s prelims and then came back to win in the finals with a 1:02.17. “That record didn’t stand a chance,”
The top showing for the
Belton was fifth in the girls team race with 223 points and sixth in the boys at 151. The Tigers’ top finish was a fifth in the boys 200 freestyle by freshman Kyle Burt.
Saturday’s action was the final competition for