Wawasee won nine of the 12 events, but were challenged from East Noble’s frontline talent. Bre Robinson and Shelby Adams both earned a pair of wins for the Lady Warriors, Adams in the 200 freestyle (2:07.05) and the breaststroke (1:13.97) while Robinson conquered the individual medley (2:12.25) and butterfly (58.28).
Paige Miller claimed a win in the 500 (5:18.56) and Kayla Hershberger took the backstroke (1:06.23). Hannah Rhoades led the diving category, but scores were not reported.
Wawasee earned wins in both of the freestyle relays, taking the 200 at 1:45.30 and the 400 at 3:35.23.
East Noble’s Mackenzye Daffron-Koebler had herself a nice night, taking the 50 freestyle (25.99) and the 100 freestyle (56.61) plus helped the Lady Knight medley relay team to an opening 2:01.54 victory. Kari Guthrie had second-place swims in the IM and breaststroke for East Noble.
Wawasee (2-0) will officially head into Northern Lakes Conference swims full-time starting Saturday when Warsaw comes to town for a girls-boys dual meet to open NLC swimming. The meet will open the season for the Wawasee boys team.