The Trailblazer women scored twice as many points at the 2018 Clinton Central Invite as they did in 2017. For the first time, there was also at least two swimmers entered in every event at this meet.
Since the top 4 relays and 6 individuals earned points, here is who else earned points for UHS: girls 200 medley relay team of Charlotte Kumler, Caitlin Clark, Regan Hooker, and Stasia Reinholt (2nd- 2:19.09); Charlotte Kumler in the 200 free (2nd- 2:13.02) and 100 back (3rd- 1:11.80); Caitlin Clark in the 200 IM (6th- 2:58.77) and 100 breast (5th- 1:29.20); Regan Hooker in the 100 fly (4th- 1:19.31) and 500 free (3rd- 6:35.55); Kylar Kavanaugh in the 100 free (6th- 1:14.3); Stasia Reinholt in the 500 free (5th- 7:15.11); the 200 free relay team of Zoe Napier, Caitlin Clark, Macy Paton, and Kylar Kavanaugh (4th- 2:13.73); Zoe Napier in the 100 back (6th- 1:23.89); and the 400 free relay team of Charlotte Kumler, Kylar Kavanaugh, Regan Hooker, and Stasia Reinholt (3rd- 4:42.59).
One of the most exciting races of the meet were Charlotte Kumler’s 200 free– she had the fastest 2nd 100 by over a second. Caitlin Clark’s and Stasia Reinholt’s 100 breast also came down to the last 10 yards.
We had plenty of best times in this meet as well:
Zoe Napier shaved a tiny bit off of her 50 free, going 33.53.
Annie Klemsz dropped a whopping 10 seconds in her 100 free for a new time of 1:38.57!
Zoe Napier actually negative split her 100 backstroke for a new 4.5-second drop down to 1:23.89.
We also had some green swims today! Meredith swam the 200 free for the first time with a time of 4:07.02. Macy Paton survived her first 100 fly with a very respectable 1:28.72. Kylar Kavanaugh swam the individual 100 free for the first time and finished with a time of 1:14.30.
We also had season bests from Charlotte Kumler (200 free and 100 back) and Macy Paton (50 free).
The Trailblazers will compete next at the Zionsville Invitational on December 15th.