The Spartans hosted its neighbors to the north and east on Thursday afternoon for a swim meet.
The Lady Dinos continued their strong season with another good showing in both the relays and individual events. They won the 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relays with Emery close behind in second in all three. For the boys’ relays, Emery took second in the 200 medley while Carbon finished in third.
The Spartans topped Carbon once more in the 200 free, taking first with the Dinos in second. Carbon flipped the script on Emery in the 400 free, grabbing first while the Spartans ended in second.
In the 200 IM, Aubrey Guymon (EHS) took first with Dinos Tyrca Jaramillo and Ellie Hanson in second and third, respectively. It was an Emery, Carbon, Carbon finish again in the 50 free with Sydney Carter in first, Thalyn Lyman in second and Haylie Powell in third. Carter also took first in the 100 free, again followed by two Dinos, Sofia Crompton in second and Nicole Swasey in third.
Lady Dino Kayla Lee won the 100 fly with Emery’s Aspen Jensen in second. Haley Guymon (EHS) raced ahead for first place in the 100 back with Swasey in second. Aubrey Guymon finished first once more in the 100 breast for the Spartans. Carbon’s Alyssa Chamberlain took second in the 200 free as did Mia Crompton in the 500 free with Logan Odendahl in third.
Gabe Ibanez (CHS) won the 200 free while also taking third in the 100 breast. Emery dominated the 50 free with Eilas Morris in first, Dax Minchey in second and Jacob Fauver in third. Morris later grabbed his second first-place finish of the day in the 100 back. Minchey later won the 100 free with Boyd Bradford (CHS) and Nathan Engar (CHS) in second and third, respectively.
Emery’s Kyler Minchey finished in second in the 200 IM with fellow Spartan Alex Frederick in third. Spencer Tullis also grabbed second in the 500 free for the Dinos while Tyler Frandsen (EHS) took third.
The Lady Dinos topped the field with 378 points followed by Emery with 320 and Grand with 140. The Spartans showed up big on the boys’ side with 322 points to take first. Grand came in second with 290 points and Carbon in third with 216 points.
Carbon and Emery will meet up again at the Uintah Last Chance Invitational on Jan. 20.