By Jeff Harrison
Midwest City Beacon
The Carl Albert swimmers made a splash in their final home meet of the season.
The boys and girls swept a four-team meet last Friday night at the Rose State Aquatics Center.
Carl Albert won the girls competition with 443 points and Piedmont was second with 301. The Titans also held off Piedmont by a 364-266 score in the boys competition.
Abbey Snooks won a pair of individual events and helped Carl Albert win another in the relays. She took first in the individual 50-meter and 100 freestyle and swam leadoff on the winning 400 freestyle relay.
Snooks, Emily Charron, Molly Woodruff, and Makiyah Joseph won the relay event with a time of 2:29.15.
Carl Albert also took first in the 200 medley relay with Sydnee Hopgood, Woodruff, Madi Soucie and Joseph finishing in 2:29.15.
The Titans also received first place finishes from Joseph (100 butterfly), Charron (200 freestyle), Helen Hammond (100 backstroke) and Rhiannon Lenz (100 breaststroke).
On the boys’ side, Max Wolfley was the hero for the Titans with two individual titles and another in the relays. The senior topped the field in the 50 (25.55) and 200 freestyle (2:17.52). He also swam leadoff for the winning 200 freestyle relay, joining Kaleb Putman, Zach Eddy and Jack Flosi.
The Titans also received individual victories from Flosi (100 freestyle), Dylan Garcia (100 backstroke) and Noah Evans (100 breaststroke).
Flosi, Evans, Putman and Jackson Bale won the 200 medley in 2:05.15
Carl Albert will compete in the Class 5A West regional meet Feb. 5 at the Edmond Schools Aquatic Center.