SJHS swimmers 2nd at Jr. High Championships

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Junior High School swimmers placed second at the Jr. High Championship Swim and Dive Meet over the weekend in Gillette.

Boys and girls teams each finished runner-up to the host Campbell County Junior High School teams.

The boys swimmers scored 432 points, trailing CCJHS’s 730, while the SJHS girls notched 219 points behind 334 for CCJHS.

The boys 200 yard freestyle “A” relay team won Saturday, with a 1:54.83, ahead of CCJH “A” with a 1:54.92. The team was made up of Jacob Ahlstrom, Drew Reed, Trinton Myers, and Caleb Stacey.

Whitney Migrants won the girls 1-meter diving competition for the SJHS girls, while Kirby Coe-Kirkham won for the boys.

Tanikka Swope and Rebecca Bouley were fourth and fifth on the girls side.

Pippin Robison was second in the finals of the girls 200 yard freestyle. Her 2 minute 13.75 second time was behind a first place 2:11.03 from Rylie Pilon of CCJHS.

Robison also finished second in the girls 50 free, her time of 31.53 trailing the winning 29.85. Teal Scheuber was fourth.

Ava Johannesmeyer, Piper Carroll and Jenna Frederickson were sixth, seventh and eighth respectively in the girls 50 free. Hannah Adriaens and Olivia Thoney were 12th and 13th.

In the boys 50 freestyle, Ahlstrom swam a 27.95 second time in the finals, which was good enough for second place. Austin Bonar of CCJH was first with a 26.80. Ahlstrom took third in the 50 backstroke, while Stacey and Myers took second and third respectively.

In the boys 50 butterfly, Reed, Meyers and Duncan Yeager were second, fourth, and seventh respectively.

Adriaens and Carroll were second and third in the girls 100 free, while Jadyn Mullikin was sixth.

Schools from Cody, Casper, Douglas and Buffalo also competed.

See full results here.

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