Homer’s Story, Seward’s Jacoby gets wins at massive Bartlett/Chugiak meet

The Homer and Seward swim teams competed at the massive Bartlett/Chugiak Swimming Diving Invitational on Saturday at Bartlett High School. The meet had 480 athletes entered.

The Homer girls turned in the top effort, finishing sixth with 126 points behind champion Dimond, which had 386. The Seward girls were 15th with 47 points.

The Seward boys finished ninth with 113 points, with Dimond winning at 343.5. Homer was 17th with 26 points.

The Kenai Peninsula victories at the meet came from Homer’s Madison Story and Seward’s Lydia Jacoby.

Story won the girls 200 individual medley at 2:13.98. Story was second in the 100 breaststroke at 1:08.28.

The Homer girls 200 medley relay of Kaylin Anderson, Story, Adeline Berry and Delta Fabich was fourth in 1:57.70. The same group teamed up to take fifth in the 200 freestyle relay at 1:49.15.

Jacoby won the 100 breaststroke at 1:06.96.

Also for Seward, Connor Spanos was second in the 100 freestyle at 49.96 and fourth in the 200 freestyle at 1:53.82. Spanos also teamed with John Moriarty, Paxton Hill and Hunter Hollingsworth to finish fifth in the 200 freestyle relay at 1:35.93. That same group was fourth in the 400 freestyle relay at 3:38.17.

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