The Carbon Dinos Swim team welcomed Grand County High for their second home meet of the season. The girls team managed to secure a first place victory at 97 combined points while Grand’s Red Devils walked away with 69 combined points.
The boys struggle continues as they combined for 66 points over a victorious 97 points for Grand.
The Dinos came out the gate with a win in the 200-yard Medley Relay with a time of 2.09.32 consisting of team members Megan Swasey, Sadie Crompton, Veronica Ibanez and Amandu Liu.
Liu returned for a second place finish in the 200-yard IM, while Emily Jesperson came in fourth with Kacee Barrett coming not to far behind. Senior Veronica Ibanez made a splash in the 500-yard free with 6.27 alongside team member Megan Swasey who came in with a time of 7.23.
Crompton would return in the 100-yard breast stroke finishing a full second faster than Grand with a time of 1.20. Swimmers Ibanez, Jesperson, Swasey and Liu all returned to take a first place finish in the 400-yard free relay.
The boys started out strong in the 200-yard medley realay with comrades Tyson Swasey, Josh McCourt, Rylan Chamberlain and Kinnon Lyman finishing with a time of 2.03.
Junior Tyson Swasey repeated his style in the 200-yard IM securing a first place finish with a time of 2.27. Chamberlain defended a second place finish in the 50-yard free with a time of 2.714.
Chad Laursen snatced a first place finish in the 500-yard free with a time of 6.34. Swasey would help the boys out in the 100-yard back with a first place finish with a time of 1.06.
Senior Josh McCourt flew past oppents in the 100 yard breast with a time of 1.20, seven seconds faster than Grand.
The swim team will continue their ways this Thursday at Unitah.