LHS swimmers raced to finish in home meet last week

Jaxon Lalltin, freshman, earned a state qualifying time in the 100 fly at the Lyman home swim meet Saturday, Jan. 4. COURTESY PHOTOS/Zoie Olguin

LYMAN — The LHS Eagles hosted a meet last Saturday to start off the rest of the season following the Christmas break and took some of the first places in events.

They will compete in Rock Springs today and Evanston tomorrow.

Teams from Kemmerer and Sublette competed last week at Lyman’s meet.

The season is early and Lyman Eagles are working to qualify for the state meet instead of waiting to the regional meet.

Hansen Bradshaw, junior, continues to earn points for the Eagles as he took first in the 200 free with a time of 1:59.26 and first in the 100 free with 51.59.

Another first place was earned by Tyden hill in the 100 back with 1:12.30.

Other LHS swimmers in the 200 Free were: 4. Payton Anson, 2:27.6; 6. Gavin Sill with 2:36.92.

Times and places for others follow:

200 individual medley – 2. Carter Huntsman, 2:35.93; 5. Corbyn Harmon, 2:58.74.

50 free – 3. Jaxon Lallatin, 26.68; 12. Titan Aleman, 32.43.

100 fly – 2. Jaxon Lallatin, with a state qualifying time of 1:10.25; 3. Tyden Hill, 1:14.85.

500 free – 8. Titan Aleman, 7:15.22.

100 breaststroke – 4. Carter Huntsman, 1:21.93; 6. Gavin Sill, 1:30.11; 9. Corbyn Harmon, 1:36.89.


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