04 Nov 2019

CHS Swim Team Wins 30th Consecutive City Championship

The CHS swim team moved to 6-0 on the season with a dominating victory in the Capital City Swim League Championship on Sunday, at Crawfish Aquatics. The victory marks the 30thconsecutive city championship for the CHS Bears. The Bears won six out of 11 events including all three relays to more than double the score of the second place team. CHS Senior Mason Nyboer won his fourth consecutive victory in the 500 freestyle, tying a record for victories in the same event at the city meet with CHS alumnus Colin Bone.

The final score for the top 10:

1.      Catholic High School Bears 557

2.  Baton Rouge High School 275

3.   Episcopal School Baton Rouge 205

4.   University High Swimming 199

5.   Dutchtown High School 141

6.   Zachary High School 128

7.   Lutcher High School 89

8.  Lee Magnet High School Swim 84

9.   East Ascension High School 79

10. Denham Springs High School 57

 Scoring for the Bears:

200 Medley Relay: 1st place: Stewart Black, Joseph Duncan, Garrett Accardo, Mitchell Gillem
200 Freestyle: 1st place Mason Nyboer, 3rd place Harrison Russell, 4th place Will Cooper, 6th place Adam Werth
200 IM: 5th place William Dejean, 6th place Nicholas Domingue, 7th place William Kitto, 10th place Sean Melancon
50 Free: 1st place Mitchell Gillem, 4th place Landon Godso, 5th place Joseph Duncan, 13th place Parker St. Romain
100 Fly: 2nd place Stewart Black, 4th place Reid Schroeder, 5th place Tony Barbee
100 free: 2nd place Mitchell Gillem, 3rd place Garrett Accardo, 4th place Harrison Russell, 5th place Jeffery Talbot
500 Free: 1st place Mason Nyboer, 2nd place William Kitto 3rd place Nicholas Domingue, 4th place Will Cooper
200 Free Relay: 1st place: Garrett Accardo, Landon Godso, Mitchell Gillem. Mason Nyboer
100 Backstroke: 4th place Stewart Black, 5th place Joseph Duncan, 7th place Jeffery Talbot, 9th place Adam Werth
100 Breast: 3rd place Garrett Accardo, 6th place Landon Godso, 7th place William Dejean,10th place Sean Melancon
400 Free Relay: 1st place Joseph Duncan, Nick Domingue, Mason Nyboer, Landon Godso

The Bears will  be in action again on Friday, November 22, at prelims of the Division 1 State Championships in Sulphur, Louisiana.