Emery Grabs Firsts at Uintah Invitational


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While at the Uintah Invitational last week, the Spartans swam strong throughout the meet, with the girls’ team coming in at third and with the boys’ team coming in also at third, 19 points above hometown rival Carbon.

The girls started strong with the 200-yard medley relay team taking third thanks to the work of Lady Spartans Alexis Johansen, Angellena Migliori, Kaelee Hooley and Katie Carter.

BriAnne Bass brought home a second-place finish in the 200-yard free while Carter made a comeback in the 50-yard free, grabbing second for Emery.

Johansen brought home a third-place win for the black and gold in the 100-yard fly. Carter brought home second in the 100-yard freestyle.

Bass pushed forward to bring home a first-place finish in the 500-yard free, clocking in at 6:42.82, over ten seconds ahead of Uintah’s Molly Keiver. The 200-yard freestyle relay found Hooley, Erin Oliverson, Tarryn Parkins and Bass snagging second.

The work wasn’t over, though, for Johansen, Bass, Oliverson and Carter as the Lady Spartans swam to a first-place victory in the 400-yard freestyle relay and a time of 4:20.62.

The boys’ team grabbed a third-place finish in their run of the 200-yard medley relay thanks to Deegan Minchey, Keldan Guymon, Darly Guymon and Nate Gilbert. Daryl Gilbert returned in the 200-yard freestyle, grabbing third place overall.

Keldan Guymon and Gilbert had a photo finish in the 50-yard free where the teammates scored second and third, respectively, with less than a second between them. Keldan Guymon continued his work for the Spartans by placing first in the 100-yard fly, clocking in at 1:02.45, over five seconds behind the second-place competitor.

Gilbert was the next Spartan to bring home a first-place finish, this time in the 100-yard free and with a time of 54.95. Minchey also brought home third in the 500-yard free. Gilbert would return along with Daryl Guymon, Minchey and Kledan Guymon for a second-place win in the 400-yard freestyle relay.

The swim team’s next bout of action will take place in Delta on Thursday of this week.

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