Tippecanoe Valley Boys 144, Huntington North 67
The Vikings welcomed Huntington North to the pool on Thursday evening. The welcome was the only grace extended, however, as Tippecanoe Valley dunked their namesake guests by more than a 2:1 margin.
The boys from Valley finished 1-2 in three events, including Carson Parker (2:01.25) and Logan Hummitch in the 200 freestyle; Eric Burke (26.90) and Bobby Burke in the 50 freestyle; and Hummitch (139.50) and Eric Burke in one-meter diving,
First place finishes were also recorded by Karl Parker in the 200 individual medley (2:19.81) and 100 butterfly (1:04.29); Brandon Hoffman in the 100 freestyle (52.90) and 100 backstroke (59.93); and Carson Parker in the 500 freestyle (5:33.97).
The 200 medley relay quartet of of Hoffman, Karl Parker, Carson Parker and Hummitch finished first in 1:53.81, as did the 200 freestyle relay team of Eric Burke, Bobby Burke, Grayson Sriver and Grady McGriff (1:56.58) and the 400 freestyle relay combo of Carson Parker, Karl Parker, Hummitch and Hoffman (3:42.18).
Mc Griff also carded a second place finish in the 100 breaststroke.
Huntington North Girls 93, Tippecanoe Valley 73
The Valley girls weren’t quite as fortunate, ceding their portion of the meet to the visitors.
Kendall Craig turned in a first-place performance in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:19.36, as did Shayleigh Honneycutt in one-meter diving (138.25) and Makena Smith in the 100 butterfly (1:14.22) and the 100 breaststroke (1:16.95).
Additionally, the 200 freestyle relay team of Smith, Maddie Woodward, Craig and Honeycutt touched first in 2:00.52,.
Tallying second-place finishes were Honeycutt in the 200 individual medley, Craig in the 100 freestyle and Katelyn Lowman in the 500 freestyle.
The 200 medley relay squad of Woodward, Smith, Honeycutt and Craig, as well as the 400 freestyle relay team of Olivia Wilson, Lowman, Katelyn Stump and Alejandra Jimenez also finished in second place in their respective races.