Shawnee’s 200-meter medley relay team of Allie Duff, Paris Van Dyne, Shamara Baham and


Shawnee’s 200-meter medley relay team of Allie Duff, Paris Van Dyne, Shamara Baham and
Casey Korb tied for third place in the 200-yard medley relay Saturday at the Oklahoma City Community College Aquatic Center. The foursome posted a time of 2:13.17 in the best Shawnee showing of the two-day event.
Shawnee’s other state medalist was freshman Joseph Bratcher with a fifth-place finish in the boys 100 backstroke with a time of 59.70. Bratcher recorded his personal-best time of 59.19 Friday to advance to the final round.
Bratcher also placed 15th in the 100 freestyle with a 54.21.
Mark Roselius came in 13th in the 50 freestyle with a 24.57 — his best time of the season. Roselius also came in 16th in the 100 freestyle (56.24).
Ryan White, Talon Wise, Joseph Lonelodge and Javon York notched an 11th-place finish in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:12.89. In the 200 freestyle relay, Shawnee’s Cade Çhlouber, Jacob Floyd, Weston Foote and Javon York came in 18th (1:49.12).
Roselius, White, Foote and Alano McClain combined for a 4:09.70 in the 400 freestyle relay and came in 13th.
On the girls side, Korb, Van Dyne, Myranda Troup and Kaitlin Hampton placed ninth — a two-second improvement over their Friday time — to come in ninth,
In th 400 freestyle relay, Ana Leon, Jamie Christian, Veronica Ortiz and Kaitlin Weins recorded a 10th-place finish (5:10.56).
Shawnee’s boys placed 14th overall in a 25-team field with 41 points. Shawnee’s girls were ninth in a 19-team field by accumulating 63 points.
“We had an amazing year and many of our swimmers are lkooking forward to next year,” Shawnee coach Michelle Gilaspy said.  
Harrah captured the boys championship with 302 points with Altus coming in second at 282. Rounding out the top five team finishers were Fort Gibson with 197, Bishop McGuinness with 174 and Tulsa Washington with 151.
Fort Gibson took the girls team championship with 252 points. Classen was the runner-up with 188 points. Rounding out the top five finishers were Altus with 157, Lawton MacArthur with 127 and Kinfisher with 112.
Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.