Courtesy photo Dragon junior Annie Weber-Callahan broke one record on her own Thursday, and was part of two more record-breaking relay teams in the win over Okeechobee.
published: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Dragons swim to win, break three records
By DAN HOEHNE
In their final tune-up before next weeks district meet, the Lake Placid swim team not only picked up another dominating win, but broke three school records in the process.
Hosting Okeechobee Thursday, the Lady Dragons won by a 210-84 score, while the boys cruised to a 209-94 win, for a team total victory of 419-178.
As for the records, junior Annie Weber-Callahan had a hand in each as she bested her 500 Free seed time by nearly 11 seconds to break the school mark for that event.
She then teamed up with Shelby Allcorn, Claire LeBlanc and Katie Dye to break the record in the 200 Free Relay, and then with LeBlanc, Dye and Robbye Teal to best the mark in the 400 Free Relay that they set themselves a week earlier.
Elsewhere, the Dragons won all but two of the events on the day, as the Brahmans got wins from Michael Muros in the 200 Free and Brandon Ball in the 50 Free.
Otherwise, it was all Lake Placid.
They took the top three spots on both the girls and boys side of the 200 Medley Relay, with Teal, Callie Bobo, LeBlanc and Allcorn getting the win for the Lady Dragons, and Dalton Lambert, Brock Yates, Pierce Cloninger and Alex Miller winning for the boys.
Dye and LeBlanc finished first and second in the Girls 200 Free and Courtney Sapp, Rachel Shattler and Eden Taylor went first through third in the 200 IM.
Brown and Lambert got first and third on the boys side, and Allcorn won the Girls 50 Free in 28.27 seconds.
Clay Sapp finished second in the Boys 50 Free with a time of 25.16, before the swimming events took a break for diving.
There, Teal and Phoebe Phypers were less than one point apart for the girls, finishing with scores of 115.95 and 115.00, respectively, for first and second.
Jarred Browning, Walker DeLoach and Garret Main then took the top three spots for the Lake Placid boys.
Back to the swimming and it was back to Dragon wins, as Hali Pollard won the Girls 100 Fly, with Alexandria Griffin taking third.
Peeples, Brown and Travis Russell were then first through third in the Boys 100 Fly, before Dye and Clay Sapp won both sides of the 100 Free.
Then there was Callahan setting the record pace in the Girls 500 Free, with Pollard, LeBlanc and Phypers taking the next three spots behind her.
Mason Million won the boys side of the event with a time of 5:46.97, with Hilton Teal taking third.
After the girls set their record in the 200 Free Relay, the boys foursome of Peeples, Russell, Brown and Lambert got a win in the boys race.
Teal then won the Girls 100 Back and Million, Hilton Teal, Clayton Waldron and Mason Allcorn finished first through fourth on the boys side.
Shattler, Kasey Williams and Bobo went top three in the Girls 100 Breaststroke and Brandon Skeen and Clayton Main and Miller went first and third for the boys.
Finishing off the meet, the Girls 400 Free Relay record fell for the win and Brown, Sapp, Russell and Lambert won the boys side of the event with a time of 3:47.45.
The regular season now behind them, the swimming Dragons head to Winter Haven for the District 6-1A meet Wednesday.
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