Dealing with program suspensions up and down the board in a lopsided loss to Northridge Thursday night, the penalties were paid and the boys were at full strength at Goshen. Warsaw won all 11 of the swim events and swept six of them.
Spencer Davidson had a hand in four wins, taking the breaststroke (59.34) and the 50 free (24.39) while helping the medley relay and 200 free relay teams to wins at 1:41.86 and 137.99, respectively. Ethan Cook also had a big day, winning the 200 free (1:52.98) and the 100 free (51.91) while anchoring the 400 free relay (3:24.23) and the 200 free relays.
Zach Taylor led the charge in the individual medley (2:06.63), Josh Miller the butterfly (54.54), Kaleb Schneidewent the 500 free (5:30.76) and Jayden Parrett the backstroke (54.69).
Warsaw swept the 200 free, IM, 50 free, 100 free, backstroke and 400 free relays.
The Goshen girls exerted itself in winning eight events as the team prepares for key showdowns with Northridge and Wawasee in the coming weeks as the Northern Lakes Conference season winds down.
Warsaw was able to break through in the 200 freestyle, won by Brenna Morgan (2:11.90) and the 500 freestyle, claimed by Erin Sandberg (5:58.76). Sandberg and Morgan were part of the winning 400 free relay, a 4:07.17 winner. Stephanie Bailey outdove Tricia Place to win diving 136.50-114.00.
Emma Hussey and Olivia Wenger were double winners for Goshen while Natalie Evans and Jenea Born claimed individual wins.
Warsaw and Goshen both swim Tuesday evening, Warsaw hosting Plymouth and Goshen at Northridge.