SYRACUSE — While the schedule has been very demanding, Plymouth posed no threat Thursday night as Wawasee posted huge wins in boys and girls swimming.
The Lady Warrior and Warrior teams both posted clean sweeps, winning all 24 events in a 140-35 girls win and a 139-43 boys win.
Bre Robinson, Kendra Miller and Rachel Rozow all won a pair of individual races on the girls side while Sebastian List, Zac Hershberger and Logan Brugh all were double winners on the boys side.
Miller won the 50 (27.20) and 100 (1:00.47), Robinson the 200 (1:54.68) and butterfly (58.30) and Rozow the individual medley (2:31.06) and breaststroke (1:17.33). Kayla Hershberger swam to a 5:57.54 win in the 500, Betsy Rozow a 1:07.48 win in the backstroke and Tori Sylvester topped 200 for the first time ever in diving, going 209.25.
Robinson, Miller, Betsy Rozow and Hershberger claimed the 400 free relay at 4:03.41. Robinson, Miller, Hershberger and Rachel Rozow were tops in the 200 free relay at 1:49.78 and the Rozow sisters, Mikala Mawhorter and Hannah Winters opened with a 2:08.72 winner in the medley relay.
Zac Hershberger won the 50 (23.50) and breaststroke (1:04.68), List the 200 (1:58.16) and 500 (5:21.97) and Brugh the butterfly (1:00.64) and backstroke (1:01.46). Andrew Busse took the IM at 2:20.07, Luke Smith the 100 at 55.97 and Tristan Mauk scored 177.10 in diving.
Brugh, Hershberger, Smith and List conquered the 200 free relay at 1:37.74 while Busse, Brugh, List and Hershberger swam a 3:45.89 in the 400 free relay. Busse, Smith, Mason Germonprez and Corey Kenworthy worked a 1:54.30 in the medley relay.
The Warrior boys (3-1, 3-1 NLC) will host the Wawasee Invitational this Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m. The Lady Warriors (5-1, 3-1 NLC) will prepare for rival Warsaw to visit the Natatorium Tuesday in the final home meet of the season for both Wawasee teams. Wawasee will travel to Northridge next Thursday before heading into winter break.