31 Oct 2016

CHS Swim Team Cruises To 27th Consecutive BR City Championship

The CHS swim team won its 27th consecutive Baton Rouge City Championship at the LSU Natatorium over the weekend. The team set two new city meet records in the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay and won 8 out 11 events contested.

The final score was: 

1.    Catholic High 623
2.    Brusly 227
3.    Zachary 199
4.    Episcopal 165
5.    Dutchtown 145
6.    Baton Rouge High 122
7.    Lutcher 113
8.    East Ascension 81
9.    Plaquemine 72
10.    Walker 66

Relays and individuals who finished in the Top 16 were: 

200 Medley Relay – 1st place: Grant Dawson, Jonathan Mckeough, Carter Richard and Nick Romero (new city meet record 1:36.93) 
200 Free – 1st place: Sion Cavana, 3rd place: Lance Rodriguez, 4th place: Mason Nyboer and 5th place: Will de la Bretonne
200 IM – 1st place: Michael Padial, 2nd place: Braden Nyboer, 3rd place: Daniel Woodruff and 5th place: Jason Marxsen 
50 Free – 2nd place: Nick Romero, 3rd place: Carter Richard, 4th place: Grant Dawson and 5th place: Jonathan Mckeough
100 Fly – 2nd place: Michael Padial, 3rd place: Carter Richard, 4th place: Will de la Bretonne and 9th place: David Yessayan
100 Free – 1st place: Sion Cavana, 2nd place: Nick Romero, 4th place: Lance Rodriguez and 6th place: Landon Godso 
500 Free – 1st place: Mason Nyboer, 2nd place: Braden Nyboer, 3rd place: Daniel Woodruff and 6th place: Nick Domingue
200 Free Relay – 1st place: Sion Cavana, Nick Romero, Michael Padial and Braden Nyboer
100 Back – 2nd place: Grant Dawson, 4th place: Blake Pizzolato, 5th place: Jason Marxsen and 6th place: Cameron Richard 
100 Breast – 1st place: Jonathan Mckeough, 2nd place: Tyler McCullough, 6th place: Jack Lopoo and 7th place: Thomas Baxter 
400 Free Relay – 1st place: Carter Richard, Braden Nyboer, Michael Padial and Sion Cavana (new city meet record 3:12.48) 

The Bears will be in action again on November 18 & 19, in Sulphur, Louisiana, at the LHSAA Divison I State Championship meet. TheyÕll be competing for their fourth consecutive state championship and fifth in six years. 

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