- Evergreen proved again they are Jeffco’s best, winning the season’s end Jeffco League meet Saturday at Meyer’s Pool.
With a team score of 603 the Cougars won the meet as not only 4A Jeffco’s best team, but also better than 5A Jeffco’s …
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With a team score of 603 the Cougars won the meet as not only 4A Jeffco’s best team, but also better than 5A Jeffco’s Ralston Valley who finished second as a team with 429 points.
D’Evelyn finished third as a team with 425 points, Chatfield finished fourth with 402 points and Lakewood finished fifth with 376 points.
In addition, Golden finished in sixth place with 258 teams points and Wheat Ridge finished in ninth place with 221 points.
The Mustangs stole the show winning six of 12 events including the 200 Medley Relay and the 400 Free Relay.
Individually Ralston Valley had three swimmers win four events as Madeline Myers won both the 200 Individual Medley 2:03.37 and the 500 Free 5:00.23.
Also, Erin Metzger-Seymour won the 200 Free in 1:51.28 and Mackenzie Atencio won the 100 Breast in 1:05.53.
Arvada West’s Morgan McCormack won the 100 Back in 0:56.20 and her Wildcats’ teammates finished in 11th place with a team score of 166.
Pomona’s Zarena Brown won the 100 Free in 0:52.90 and the Panthers’ finished with 155 team points good for 13th place.
Brenna Bushey won the 100 Fly for D’Evelyn with a time of 0:56.37 and Lakewood’s Meghan Lahr won the 50 Free in 0:24.81.
Chatfield’s Averly Hobbs was Jeffco’s best diver, winning the One-Meter with a score of 464.50. Lakewood’s Allison Murphy finished as the second best diver with a score of 430.45 and Evergreen’s Katrin Lewis finished in third with 391.55.
Other notable finishers include Golden’s Sabrina Sabadeanu who finished seventh in the 100 Back with a time of 1:00.43 and 10th in the 200 IM with a time of 2:15.82.
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