LARAMIE — History was made last weekend, and it is great being a Lyman Lady Eagle who earns her points in the water as the Lady Eagles broke school records, made the finals and took top places.
“I’m extremely proud of this team’s accomplishments and excited to see them compete,” coach Rebecca Weston said. “Their months on hard work has paid-off. It’s an honor to coach them.”
Brynlee Busskohl broke the state record setting it at 1:07:69 earning #1 seed in the 100 breaststroke.
Lighting struck again as Brynlee Busskohl earned All-state honors and a state championship by breaking the state record again 1:07:36, also becoming Lyman’s first female 3A swimming state record holder. Sam Weston got 4th with a 1:13:60.
To round out, the 400 free relay – Kaitlyn Anson, Nikayla Garner, Payton Porter, Kira Walk – placed 8th with a time of 4:14:06.
The LHS Lady Eagles took fourth place as a team. This hadn’t happened in over 10 years.
This season, this bunch of girls set their goals high and managed a staggering amount of achievements, and almost wiped the school record board clean.
The big excitement hit in the 100 breaststroke when Brynlee Busskohl broke the state record setting it at 1:07:69 earning #1 seed in the finals. Sam Weston also earned finals with 5th seed to the finals.