The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers took second in the West Central Conference meet held Monday at the Joe Arbisi Memorial Pool at Sedalia Middle School. The event was rescheduled from last Thursday due to the weather.
Warrensburg took first with 494.5 points, while S-C took second with 387. St. Pius was third with 284 points. Center High School took fourth with 203.5 and O’Hara was fifth with 119.
In the 200 Medley Relay, the S-C team of Ali Burkholder, Abby Monsees, Wendsday Thompson and Brittany Borke posted a 2:18.48 to take second in that event.
In the 200 Free, Monsees took fourth with a 2:30.80. Emily Edwards took eighth with a 3:01.23, while Kaitlyn Puentes was ninth with 3:14.08.
In the 200 IM, S-C’s Burkholder took first with a 2:38.36. Borke was fourth with 3:03.96, Kaytlyn Muhr was sixth with 3:13.86 and Autumn Proffitt was seventh 3:32.32.
In the 50-yard Free, Thompson scored a fourth place finish 30.14. Sarah Skrzypczak was 10th with a 34.06.
In the 100-yard Butterfly, Borke was fourth with 1:29.59, while Rachael Meyer was right behind her with a 1:41.88.
In the 100-yard Freestyle, Muhr came in fifth with a 1:10.51. Maddie Knight was 17th with a 1:43.85.
In the 500-yard Freestyle, Monsees scored a first-place finish with a 6:40.96. S-C’s Mariah Turner was third with a 7:54.51. Edwards was seventh with an 8:12.40 and Meyer was eighth with an 8:27.91.
In the 200-yard Freestyle Relay, S-C’s team of Muhr, Turner, Meyer and Skrzypczak scored a third-place finish with a 2:15.28. S-C’s relay team of Knight, Edwards, Proffitt and Puentes came in fifth with a 2:43.69.
In the 100-yard Backstroke, S-C’s Burkholder came in first with a 1:09.64. Turner was ninth with a 1:42.13 and Knight was 12th with a 1:56.87.
In the 100-yard Breaststroke, Thompson was fifth with a 1:31.36, while Proffitt was ninth with a 1:43.51.
And finally, in the 400-yard Freestyle Relay, S-C’s Thompson, Monsees, Borke and Burkholder came in second with a 4:29.16. S-C’s Puentes, Proffitt, Knight and Edwards were fourth with a 6:26.30. Photos by Randy Kirby, Sedalia Weekly Observer.