SHAWNEE – The Shawnee girls swim team was without some of their top swimmers in a home meet Thursday, but that didn't stop them from finishing first place as a team. The girls finished with 375 points ahead of Duncan at 330, the boys tied Duncan for first with 367 and the two scores combined in the overall team totals for a 742-697 win.

“The other girls stepped up tonight and did awesome. I'm very happy,” coach Valarie Colburn said.

Avery Hadley finished first in the girls 200 freestyle with a time of 2:27.42 along with the 500 free (6:31.38). Breanna Lee (2:51.28) topped the 200 individual medley and finished second to Lauren Grein in the 100 butterfly, who completed the race in 1:11.77.

Avery Hadley finished in 6:31.38 for first in the 500-yard freestyle, Grein (1:16.11), Jewels Simpson (1:23.54) and Courtney Field (1:26.39) finished second through fourth in the 100 back and Julie Dietrich won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:34.95.

Grein, Lee, Hadley and Jordyn Saterenwon the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:15.75 and first in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:58.14. Dietrich, Kadyn Drummond, Courtney Field and Jewels Simpson took second in the 400 free with a time of 5:16.34.

Boys

Trent Odgen, Kiergan Gibson, Garret Cheek and Brodie Morris led the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:59.50. Ogden, Morris, Cade Mikish and Darren Pennington took first in the 200 free relay (1:43.90) and Pennington, Mikish, Gibson and Dustin Ortiz finished first in the 400 relay with a time of 4:04.44.

Morris took first in the 200 free (2:07.78) and 500 free (5:47.51), Kiergan finished second in the 200 IM with a time of 2:32.44 and third in the breast with a time of 1:17.12.

Ogden (24.47) and Mikish (25.16) took the first two spots in the 50 freestyle and Mikish (57.92) and Ortiz (59.68) finished one and two in the 100 free. Ogden won the 100 back with a time of 1:04.18.

The meet was the last of the year for the Wolves who will continue working out during the Christmas break before coming back Januray 4, at home to host Carl Albert and Mid-Del at the Shawnee YMCA.

The Wolves had three weeks where they weren't able to use the YMCA pool for practice and are trying to play catch up, Colburn said.

“We were doing good and that three weeks kind of set us back,” she said. “We're going into Christmas break and we're going to hit it hard.”