Scottsboro Swim Association is off to the best start in team history.  Tuesday’s 603-74 win over a rebuilding Decatur Swim Team was the team’s fifth straight win.

A record 32 swimmers posted victories for SSA (5-0) in the individual events.

Craft Sanders, Izzy Nelson, Ashton Childress, Brady Peek, Maggie Ella Robbins, Noah Linville, Ben Gossett, Olyvia Stone, Kyla Reichle, Kate Coleman and Kyle Vosen each swept all three of their individual races.  Robbins, Linville, Gossett, Reichle and Vosen remained unbeaten on the season.

Victorious in two events were Ryder Linville, Morelia Calderon-Diaz, Ayden Mashburn, Arlen Parr, Rex Green, Maddie Gossett and Bethany Dugan.

Also among the winners Tuesday were Baylie Giles, Carter Hodges, Hannah Grace Shelton, Ava Kahler, Jordan Sosebee, Lily Turlington, Grayson Gattis, Kimberly Calderon-Diaz, Gabe Lyle, Shelton Linville, Staton Robbins, Tony Pereira, Crossan Cooper and Maddy Childress.

Among the 23 additional SSA swimmers who scored were Dylan Phillips, Cora White, Les White, Keyton Allen, Harrison Stone, Trip Nelson, Aiden Goggans, Ansel Goggans, Ben Bradford, Anna Claire Childress, Jake Vance, Christian Swain, Jessica Vincent, Abby Ray, Paige Giles, John Sanders, Abram Peek, Clay Giles, Sarah Vance, Cheyenne Vincent, Katharyn Sanders and Claire Megehee.

Also swimming well for the home team were Luke Lusk, Miles Hodges, Eli Armour, Linda Rudder, Caroline Hodges, Taylor Guttridge, Nina Gardner, Dessie Ellison, Jossy Boles, Faith Beason, Troy Reichle, Camden Porter, River Green, Joseph Gardner, Luke Armour, Holder Benson, Jake Benson, Addison Thompson, Caroline Sanders, Alice Merck, Macy Holder, Kate Gomez, Samara Cornelison, Amelia Armour, Bentley Allen, Quent Cox, Brayden Bell, Diana Swain, Rebekah Riddle, Ella Hodges, Reese Edwards, Tanner Gossett, Paige Megehee, Creed Wooden, Jacob Megehee, Cole Cooper, Wesley Conner, Emma Stewart, Kristen Copeland, Jessica Duncan and Julia Arnold.

SSA’s winning streak will be put to the test Thursday when the Cullman Bearcats, the 2014 small town state champions, come to Scottsboro.  Cullman’s only loss this summer is to perennial large town state champ Madison, whom the Wildcats have yet to face.


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