WARSAW – Warsaw opened the Tony DeBrota era in fine fashion Tuesday night, crushing Manchester in both boys and girls swimming duals. The Tiger boys swept all 12 events to post a 151-23 scoreline while the girls also swept in a 130-39 final.
DeBrota took over the programs this season after serving as an assistant to former head coach Nate Long last season.
The Lady Tigers had both Erin Sandberg and Brenna Morgan both account for two individual wins and seven different swimmers earn an individual event win. Sandberg timed a 27.88 in the 50 free and 1:10.16 in the butterfly while Morgan posted a 54.34 in the 100 free and 2:00.85 in the 200 free.
Jess Haines won the 500 in 6:09.09, Laurel Moeller 1:23.21 in the breaststroke, Lauren Kuhl a 1:14.81 in the backstroke and Savannah Tayler went 2:32.26 to win the individual medley.
Izzy Heiden won the diving with 113.00 points in no contest.
Warsaw won the medley relay at 2:12.24, the 200 free relay at 1:55.58, and the 400 free relay at 4:21.32.
The duo of Spencer Davidson and Jayden Parrett each had a hand in two individual wins, with Davidson taking the 50 at 23.00 and breaststroke at 1:00.33 while Parrett posted a 200 free win at 1:47.93 and 54.21 in the backstroke.
Josh Miller won the butterfly in 56.26, Zach Taylor at 2:07.49 in the individual medley, Hudson Snyder at 54.13 in the 100 freestyle and Ethan Cook taking honors at 5:15.83 in the 500 freestyle.
Liam McCarrick led a Tiger sweep in diving with a 215.20 total.
Warsaw rolled to wins in the medley relay (1:42.48), 200 free relay (1:35.43) and 400 free relay (3:31.80).
Both the boys and girls teams at Warsaw will head to Wawasee to open the Northern Lakes Conference season Saturday morning. Diving begins just after 9 a.m. and swimming follows the conclusion of diving.