The Scottsboro varsity girls and boys swim teams posted a pair of top-10 finishes during the North Alabama Swim Championships on Saturday.

Both teams finished seventh in their respective division and combined to finish eighth in the combined standings during the meet at the Natatorium in Huntsville. James Clemens swept the team titles and won the combined standings as well.

Scottsboro’s best finishes came from Kyle Vosen, who won two state championships last season and has yet to lose an individual race this season. The senior won the North Alabama Championship in the 50-yard Freestyle with a time of 22.05 seconds and the 100-yard Breaststroke with a time of 59.17 seconds.

Vosen was also part of two relay teams for the Wildcats. He teamed with Juan Gomez, Will Rogers and Tony Pereira to finish seventh in the 200-yard Freestyle Relay (1:50.70) and saw the backstroke in the 200-yard Medley Relay with Rogers (breaststroke), Pereira (butterfly) and Gomez (freestyle) for a fifth-place finish (1:51.73).

Pereira posted a pair of top-six individual finishes, placing third in the 50 Freestyle (57.24) and sixth in the 100 Butterfly (57.24). 

Quentin Cox posted a 12th-place finish in the 200 Individual Medley and Lyle finished 27th in the 100 Backstroke (1:26.09) while Rogers finished 19th (1:18.88), Marco Brinfeld 30th (1:34.58) and Jake Vance 32nd (1:43.83) in the 100 Breaststroke. Rogers also finished 30th in the 100 Freestyle while Gomez was 41st (1:05.85) and Zac Cushman 59th (1:22.78). In the 50 Freestyle, Gomez finished 38th (27.01) while Por Saengklieng placed 64th (31.09), Lyle 71st (32.71), Cushman 73rd (32.84), Marco Brinfeld 76th (34.95) and Jake Vance 78th (35.87).

Meanwhile, Olyvia Stone turned in the top individual finishes for the SHS girls. She placed fifth in the 500 Freestyle (5:50.83) and sixth in the 50 Freestyle (25.50).

Kathryn Sanders finished ninth in the 50 Freestyle (26.86) while Claire Mcgehee was 48th (30.31), Mary Cook 55th (30.86), Shelton McCormack 67th (32.00), Kaiylin Rossmeier 77th (33.10) , Lily Robertson 78th (33.16), Bailey McLaughlin 80th (33.39), Paige Mcgehee (33.59) and Maddy Childress (33.59) tied for 82nd, Sarah Vance 84th (33.68) and Brianna Worley 90th (35.50).

Cheyenne Vincent finished 15th (1:21.10), Grayson Gattis 25th (1:26.10) and Maddy Childress 34th (1:35.83) in the 100 Breaststroke and Jessica Vincent (1:10.57) and Paige Megehee (1:20.84) finished 19th and 31st respectively in the 100 Backstroke. Cheyenne Vincent also finished 17th in the 200 IM (2:33.24), Claire Mcgehee was 18th (1:13.07) in the 100 Butterfly and Jessica Vincent was 14th (2:20.89) and Lily Robertson 21st (3:03.03) in the 200 Freestyle. In the 100 Freestyle, Cook finished 36th (1:11.35), McCormack 42nd (1:12.74), Rossmeier 46th (1:14.62), Gattis 48th (1:14.81), Vance 57th (1:18.26) and Makenna Worley 60th (1:22.12).

In the girls relay races, the Scottsboro “A” relay team of Sanders, Stone, Jessica Vincent and Cheyenne Vincent finished fourth in the 200 Freestyle Relay (1:50.70) while its “B” relay team  of McLaughlin, Childress, Rossmeier and Cook finished 19th (2:10.61). 

Jessica Vincent (backstroke), Cheyenne Vincent (breaststroke), Stone (butterfly and Sanders (freestyle) teamed up for a sixth-place finish in the 200-yard Medley Relay (2:04.12) while the team of 

Vance (backstroke), Gattis (breaststroke), Megehee (butterfly) and Cook finished 18th (2:19.21). McLaughlin, Childress, Rossmeier and Claire Megehee teamed up to finish 16th (4:58.36) in the 400 Freestyle Relay while Gattis, Makenna Worley, Paige Megehee and Vance finished 16th (5:24.69).

 

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