Carbon High Girls Swim Take First at Uintah Invitional


The Carbon High Dinos traveled to Uintah to be challenged by Emery, Uintah and North Summit at the Uintah Invitational. The Lady Dinos defended their first place rankings with 56 points over rival Emery who had 44 points.

The girls started out strong taking another first place finish in the 200-yard medley relay with Veronica Ibanez, Sadie Crompton, and Amanda Liu and Megan Swasey representing.

Ibanez and Crompton would return in the 100 yard fly for both first and second place finishes.   Ibanez didn’t stop there, she swam five seconds faster in the 200-yard free for a first place over Emery.

Liu would once again appear in the 100-yard free beating Katie Carter from Emery with a first place finish. Sophomores Liu and Swasey both swam the 200-yard IM and came up with first and seconds place finishes.

Senior Crompton would rebound in the 10- yard breast with a time of 1.08 to secure first place, ten seconds faster than second place.

The boys scored 19 points, enough for third place,  followed by seven points to Emery.

A fourth place finish in the 200-yard medley relay by Tyson Swasey, Rylan Chamberlain, Josh McCourt and Kinnon Lyman with a time of 2.02 following once to Emery relay team.

Chamberlain swam hard but came up short, giving Keldan Guyman the lead. Chamberlain snagged a third place victory.

Josh McCourt helped the boys in the 100-yard free with a fifth place finish with teammates Parker Humes and Harold Johnson following not far behind.


scroll to top