Logansport’s girls swimming team defeated Twin Lakes 93-90 Tuesday night.
Jen Crafford and Emily Clark were each quadruple winners, and Rebecca Yeoman was a triple winner for the Berries.
Crafford won in the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke. Clark took first in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly.
Clark, Yeoman and Crafford teamed up with Isabella Kraud in winning the 200 medley relay. Yeoman, Clark and Crafford teamed up with Brittany Morrow in winning the 200 freestyle relay.
Brooke Bullard won the diving with a score of 186.65.
Logansport coach Heidi Hendricks-Knight was very happy with the win.
“It was truly an exciting meet,” Knight said. “We had some really good swims by the girls. Crafford had a personal record in the 200 individual medley. Also Katie Easter and Erin Samuels swam their best times ever! The 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke, we placed first, third and fifth. Our girls really step up [Tuesday] and swam well.”
Rensselaer 96, Pioneer 76
Emma Groff and Kaity Cover were was a triple winners. Groff won in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Cover was tops in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly. Kelsey Hill won the diving.
Cover and Groff teamed up with Kayla Miller and Gabby Harvey to win the 400 freestyle relay.
Twin Lakes 112, Logansport 70
Dustin Clements was Logansport’s only winner. Clements won the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke.
“This was a great meet for the boys,” Knight added. “We had some really good and close swims. They are improving with each week. David Servin swam his personal best in the 200 individual medley and the 100 freestyle. Very proud of them.”
Rensselaer 121, Pioneer 62
Dylan Bice was tops for the Panthers with wins in the 500 freestyle and 50 freestyle. Drew Benesh came out on top in the 100 butterfly.
Cass 60, Taylor 12
Cass’ Hunter Carden (120 pound class), Brendan McGehee (160) and John Hartley (182) each won by pinning their opponents. Drake Hall (113) and Gabe Welch (152) won by decisions.
Zach Layer (126), Nathan Young (132), Kolbie Cox (145), Levi Glassburn (195), Blaine Elliott (220) and Brock Reish (Heavyweight) each won by forfeit.
“I was proud of the team for wrestling hard,” Cass’ coach Nate Burrous said. “Hall beat a good opponent. Hartley had a good pin at 182. Hunter Carden went out and got a pin in his first every match.”
Caston 35, Rossville 21
Mickayla Rans led Caston with 17 points, followed by Sarah Holt with 10 in leading Caston to victory.
The Comets started out the game with a 9-2 lead. Rossville came back in the second quarter to trail 12-6 at halftime. The Hornets outscored the Comets 25-23 in the second half for the final 35-21.
Caston (5-2) hosts Faith Christian on Saturday.