By HALEY WALK
Pioneer Sports Correspondent
LYMAN –Lyman High School’s boys swim team competed against Evanston in the pool last week and, made some huge strides in individual events.
The final score of the meet had Evanston with the win with 112 points and Lyman with 67 points. The boys also competed in a tri-team event, where they were able to claim even more wins.
In the meet against Evanston, Coltan Fotheringham, Bransen Bradshaw and Hunter Peterson were able to pull out first-place finishes in their individual events. Fotheringham claimed first in two events, the 200 yard freestyle and the 100 yard backstroke. Bradshaw stepped up to take first in the 50 yard freestyle. Peterson grabbed his first in the 100 yard breaststroke. Several other Eagles were able to claim top spots as well, including Shad Christopherson, Kordel Rogers and Christopher Sorenson.
In relay events of the meet, the Lyman 200 yard medley team and 200 yard freestyle team grabbed first as well. Peterson, Sorenson and Bradshaw competed in both of these events. Charles Lallatin was the fourth person in the 200 yard medley, and Fotheringham was the fourth in the 200 yard freestyle.
“I just try and work my hardest and be a good example.” Bradshaw replied when asked how he steps up to lead his team.
The 200 yard medley team was also able to win during the tri-team meet. Lallatin claimed first place, as a freshman, in the 200 yard freestyle and the 100 yard freestyle. Bradshaw claimed first in the 100 yard Butterfly for the Eagles. Shad Christopherson, a senior, took first in the 500 yard freestyle event. Peterson, once again, stepped up to claim first, this time in the 50 yard freestyle and 100 yard breaststroke. The Eagles claimed a win in the tri, with 165 points, over Sublette, with 154, and Kemmerer, with 151.
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