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Tiger Wrestling and Swimming pick up big wins Wednesday night

It was a big night for Tiger sports on Wednesday, as the Tiger Wrestling and Swimming teams both picked up big victories.

For the second time this year, Tiger Wrestling defeated Trinity in a close match. Both times, it has come down to the last match and both times the Tigers have won. This time, 35-33 at Trinity.

Over at the Natatorium, the Tiger Swimming and Diving team picked up yet another win, their 6th of the year. The Tigers swam right through Manual on their way to a 131-34 win.

Upcoming Winter Sport events:
Friday – Tiger Basketball @ Ballard
Saturday – Tiger Wrestling at the State Duals

Go Tigers!

Swim Team Defeats Ballard

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The Swim and Dive Team beat Ballard tonight by a score of 121 to 43. The Tigers won all three relays and had plenty of individual winners. This was their first dual meet of the season, and it stretches their win streak into a fifth season.

The individual winners tonight were senior Heyward Harrison (100 Butterfly), freshman Aldan Johnston (200 Freestyle), junior Clayton Forde (200 IM), senior Trey Hubbuch (500 Freestyle) and senior Zach Carrico (100 Breaststroke). The winning relay teams were:

200 Medley: Harrison, Barnum, Mundt, McDermott

200 Freestyle: Harrison, Schulten, McDermott, Carrico

400 Freestyle: Harrison, Schulten, McDermott, Carrico

The Tigers’ toughest competition of the night came from Ballard senior Branson Smith in the 50 and 100 Free. Not only is he one of the Bruin’s fastest but he’s also an early favorite to win those events at the state meet this season.

Smith out-touched Schulten in the 50 by .02 seconds and beat Mundt in the 100 by .4 seconds. Since most swimmers are coming off of no rest and a difficult in-season workout, these Wednesday-night meets won’t predict how a swimmer will look in the postseason. However, the Tigers should have some confidence based on how well they swam against Smith tonight.

The team is back in action on Saturday for their road trip to Nashville. They swim against a couple of teams from Tennessee.