Girls Swimming & Diving
Girls Swimming and Diving 2018-2019 Review
Despite working several new swimmers into the varsity lineup, the girls swimming and diving team captured a Circle City Conference title for its second conference crown in the last three seasons. The Rebels pulled away from a tight team race to defeat second-place Guerin Catholic by 60 points and third-place Brebeuf Jesuit by 90 points. After not having a conference champion last season, the Rebels had four individual champions and two winning relays this season. Senior Allison White (500 Free), sophomores Reese Wiley (200 Free) and Maggie Peats (200 IM) and freshman Jyllian Antle (100 Fly) all won conference titles, as did the relay teams of juniors Savannah Morrall and Ellie Murphy, White and Antle (200 Free Relay) and White, Murphy, Peats and Wiley (400 Free Relay). In the 400 Free Relay, Peats began the anchor leg in third place and made up a two-second deficit for the win. The team finished the regular season with a 6-4 record and finished fifth in the Marion County meet and in the sectional.
Sophomore Maggie Peats established a new school record for the 100 Backstroke, with a time of 1:01.62. She also set a new single-season mark for average points per meet (29.18).