Scottsboro Swim Association’s Wet ‘N’ Wildcats swam to a 502-212 victory over the visiting Guntersville Aquacats Thursday night to earn their fourth straight ARPA District 2 win.  

Scottsboro had 25 different winners in taking 52 of the 64 individual events and also won 17 of 22 relay races.  An additional 23 swimmers scored for the home team with second- and/or third-place finishes.

Aiden Goggans, Ashton Childress, Brady Peek, Maggie Ella Robbins, Noah Linville, Ben Gossett, Kyla Reichle and Tony Pereira each swept their three individual events, with Robbins, Linville, Gossett and Reichle remaining undefeated for the summer.

Ryder Linville, Morelia Calderon-Diaz, Zach Strogov, Craft Sanders, Carter Hodges, Izzy Nelson, Michaela Hathcock, Jordan Sosebee, Grayson Gattis, Olyvia Stone and Katharyn Sanders each won two individual events.

Single event winners for SSA were Harrison Stone, Kimberly Calderon-Diaz, Rex Green, Cole Cooper, Maddy Childress and Stephanie Bradbury.

Also picking up points for the home team were Dylan Phillips, Baylie Giles, Les White, Keyton Allen, Ava Kahler, Arlen Parr, Ansel Goggans, Lily Turlington, Caroline Sanders, Christian Swain, Abby Ray, Shelton Linville, Maddie Gossett, Paige Giles, Abram Peek, Clay Giles, Makenna Worley, Sarah Vance, Creed Wooden, Staton Robbins, Bethany Dugan and Julia Arnold.

SSA will shoot for its fifth straight win on Tuesday against Decatur before hosting a big rivalry meet Thursday against the always-strong Cullman Bearcats.


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