The Rails made their way to Indianola for the first meet back from the winter break. The guys trained hard for two weeks and it paid off with another win! The Rails beat Indianola 109-61 and are now 7-0 on the season. See more meet highlights below.
Several guys had great swims at the meet. Below are just a few meet highlights.
- Medley Relay (Greenwood, Whitehead, Worth, Belden) took first with 1:46.55, a season-best time
- Nicholas Worthington’s 200 Free time of 2:04.60 was a personal best
- Javier Santiago had a new best time in the 200 IM with his swim of 2:22.47
- Cooper Worth had a season-best time in the 50 Free, 24.31 (as lead-off in the 200 FRR)
- Devin Greenwood had a personal best 100 Free, 53.65
- Nicholas Worthington’s 5:44.24 500 Free was also a personal best
- The 200 Free Relay (Pacini, Belden, Worth, Clark) swam a 1:34.93
- Brayden Clark had a personal-best time in the 100 Breaststroke, 1:11.12
- Ryan Jump’s 1:21.91 100 Breaststroke time was a season best.
- The 400 Free Relay (Belden, Greenwood, Worth, Pacini) swam a 3:32.76
Rails vs. Roosevelt | Thursday, January 14; 5:30PM: It’s time for Senior Night! The guys will face their toughest opponent of the season on Thursday when the Riders come to the roundhouse. The Rails will be aiming for faster seeds heading into Regionals, while also wishing our senior class farewell. Go Rails!