WYOMING – The Sublette County combined boys’ swim team stepped up to the challenge through another busy weekend featuring back-to-back meets.
On Friday, Jan. 13, the team competed at the Lyman Invitational followed by the Kemmerer Quad on Saturday.
“It was an interesting weekend where we swam two meets against the same teams,” said Co-Head Coaches Kursty Day and Cheryl Grossman in an email. “We saw some nice time drops again on Friday by senior Dillon Boespflug in the individual medley, junior Ryen Hacklin in the 100-freestyle and freshman Scotty Ring in the 100-backstroke. Senior Owen Nielson is chipping away at his 100-breaststroke, chasing the Adam Denton Award. Owen, Dillon and junior Andy DeClue are all one event away from earning the award.”
Boespflug bagged gold in the 200-individual medley at Lyman, posting a new personal record of 2 minutes, 20.84 seconds. He beat the second-place finish from Lyman by nearly 3 seconds.
Clocking in at 1:11.56, Boespflug earned second place in the 100-breaststroke on Friday.
At Kemmerer, Boespflug placed third in the 50-freestyle at 27.72 seconds.
Nielson snagged third place in the 50-freestyle at Lyman, timing the event in at 25.23 seconds. Nielson took third place in the 200-freestyle at Kemmerer with a time of 2:17.02.
Hacklin captured silver in the 100-freestyle at Kemmerer, hitting the finish line in 1:04.89.
Relay teams made a strong showing at both meets. Boespflug, Hacklin, DeClue and Nielson picked up second place in the 200-medley relay at Lyman, clocking in at 1:57.42.
In the 200-freestyle relay at Lyman, Nielson, Hacklin, DeClue and Boespflug took third place at 1:42.88.
At Kemmerer, Hacklin, senior Sage Mahaffey, Nielson and junior John Ruby scooped up second place in the 200-freestyle relay, timing in at 1:57.94.
Boespflug, sophomore Reuben Allen, DeClue and Hacklin earned third place in the 200-medley relay at the Kemmerer Quad, posting a time of 2:22.91.
Lyman – additional results
Kemmerer – additional results