Barracudas swim team bounces back from loss

mbanks@comporium.netJune 16, 2014 

Baxter swimmer Jenna Pehowski swims the backstroke portion of the 100-meter individual medley relay. In the girls’ 15-18, she won the 50-meter backstroke and 100-meter IM.

MAC BANKS

— After dropping its opening swim meet against Tega Cay, the Baxter Barracudas bounced back with a 329-259 win over the Rock Hill Country Club last week.

Against Rock Hill, Baxter won half of the eight relay events. The Barracudas had three swimmers win multiple events.

Individual winners against Rock Hill, by age groups, were:

Ryan Frazier won in the girls’ 6 and under 25-meter freestyle and 25-meter backstroke.

Riley Allen won in the boys’ 6 and under 25-meter freestyle and 25-meter backstroke.

Jenna Pehowski in the girls’ 15-18 won the 50-meter backstroke and 100-meter individual medley.

Owen Fey in the boys’ 7-8 won the 25-meter freestyle.

Amanda Allen in the girls’ 9-10 won the 25-meter freestyle.

Shannon Stauffer in the girls’ 11-12 won the 50-meter freestyle.

Ansley Davis in the girls’ 13-14 won the 50-meter freestyle.

Ryann Katz in the girls’ 15-18 won the 50-meter freestyle.

Ben Sullivan in the boys’ 7-8 won the 25-meter backstroke.

Madelene McMillian in the girls’ 9-10 won the 25-meter backstroke.

Adam Springs in the boys’ 13-14 won the 50-meter backstroke.

Harrison Mobbs in the boys’ 15-18 won the 100-meter individual medley.

Annika Ford in the girls’ 13-14 won the 50-meter breaststroke.

Aiden Kelly in the boys’ 13-14 won the 50-meter breaststroke.

Rene Hillhouse in the girls’ 9-10 won the 25-meter butterfly.

Matthew Arnette in the boys’ 9-10 won the 25-meter butterfly.

Stephen Kim in the boys’ 11-12 won the 50-meter butterfly.

Meg Wiggins in the girls’ 15-18 won the 50-meter butterfly.

Up next for Baxter this week is a meet at Rock Hill Country Club and then hosting Tega Cay Thursday at home, hoping for some redemption to the season opening loss.

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