SHAWNEE – The Shawnee swim team got back in the pool for their first meet of the new year Thursday as they hosted Carl Albert, Del City and Midwest City. The Wolves boys and girls teams both finished second place and the two combined for another second place finish overall.
Brenna Grein, Peyton Wilson, Leticia Cervantes and Kylie Catton started things off with a second place finish in the girls' 200 yard medley relay with a time of 2:04.78, behind Carl Albert in 2:03.86.
Catton took first in the 200 free with a time of 2:07.84, while Grein took third in the event at 2:32.22, and also won the 100 free (58.23) ahead of Dottie Lee (1:07.11) in third.
Cervantes took the 200 individual medley in a time of 2:37.03 to blitz Carl Albert's Brianna Shaw in second with a 2:48.92. Cervantes also topped the 500 free with a time of 6:18.38 and Avery Hadley in 6:41.11 for third.
Grein (1:09.64), Bridgette Longest (1:13.34) and Jaden McGee (1:15.16) swept second through fourth in the 100 backstroke and Wilson won the 100 breast with a time of 1:19.97. First place alluded the girls in the 50 free, but they swept second through sixth, led by longest with a 27.26.
Longest, Lee, Wilson and Catton cruised to a 1:52.67 win in the 200 free relay and Cervantes, Lee, Hadley and Grein took second in the 400 free relay with a time of 4:28.31.
In the boys events, Tecumseh's Hunter Etchieson (24.20) finished second in the 50 free, ahead of Shawnee's Will Gibson with a time of 26.56. Etchieson followed up with another second place finish in the 100 free with a time of 53.95 as Brodie Morris (1:02.39) from Shawnee took third.
Gibson was the only individual to walk away with a win for the Shawnee boys with a 6:34.22 finish in the 500 free, but himself, Morris, Darren Pennington and Hunter Rader grouped up to beat Carl Albert at take the gold in the 200 free relay, with a time of 1:50.11.
The teams were slated to race again Friday in the Mid-Del Classic at Rose State College, but the meet was canceled due to weather.