CHS Swim 3-0
20 Sep 2018

CHS Swim Team Moves to 3-0 on the Season

The CHS swim team moved to 3-0 on the season with a win on Saturday at the Gulf Coast Classic in Mobile, Alabama. The final score was:

  • 1 Catholic High School – 582
  • 2 Booker T. Washington – 292
  • 3 Daphne High School – 267
  • 4 James Clemens High School – 219
  • 5 St. Paul’s High School – 214
  • 6 Davidson High School – 199
  • 7 Bob Jones – 187
  • 8 Biloxi – 153
  • 9 Westminster High School – 91
  • 10 Spanish Fort High School – 75
  • 11 U M S – Wright High School – 65
  • 12 McGill-Toolen High School – 60
  • 13 Baker High School – 54
  • 14 St. Michael High School – 9
  • 15 Cottage Hill High School – 7

200 Medley

  • 3rd Place 200: Harrison Say, Landon Godso, Daniel Woodruff, Mitchell Gillem

200 Free

  • 1st place: Mason Nyboer
  • 6th place: Harrison Russell
  • 8th place: William Kitto
  • 9th place: Will Cooper

200 IM:

  • 2nd place: Daniel Woodruff
  • 6th place: Nicholas Domingue
  • 9th place: Stewart Black
  • 13th place: Thomas Baxter

50 Free:

  • 1st place: Mitchell Gillem
  • 3rd place: Cameron Richard
  • 5th place: Brian Miller
  • 8th place: Joseph Duncan

100 Fly:

  • 3rd place: Harrison Say
  • 8th place: Stewart Black
  • 14th place: Chris Shannon

100 Free:

  • 3rd place: Mitchell Gillem
  • 5th place: Landon Godso
  • 7th place: Garrett Accardo
  • 8th place: Harrison Russell

500 Free:

  • 1st place: Mason Nyboer
  • 3rd place: Daniel Woodruff
  • 4th place: Nicholas Domingue
  • 5th place: William Kitto

200 Free Relay:

  • 1st place: Landon Godso, Cameron Richard, Mitchell Gillem, Mason Nyboer

100 Back:

  • 4th place: Harrison Say
  • 6th place: Joseph Duncan
  • 9th place: Cameron Richard
  • 10th place: Jeffrey Talbot

100 Breast:

  • 3rd place: Garrett Accardo
  • 6th place: Landon Godso
  • 9th place: Jared Sapia
  • 13th place: Thomas Baxter

400 Free Relay:

  • 1st place: Mason Nyboer, Daniel Woodruff, Garrett Accardo, Nicholas Domingue

The Bears were once again led by Daniel Woodruff and Mason Nyboer. Nyboer is still undefeated on the season and Woodruff has been in the top 3 in all of his swims on the season. Stewart Black and Garrett Accardo had the most improved meets for the Bears, solidifying their spots in the state meet line-up. It was a great meet. The boys were well behaved and polite the entire weekend, and had great effort and posted some fast times in the pool despite it being a very long, very hot meet.

The Bears will next be in action on Saturday September 29 at Crawfish Aquatics in Baton Rouge.