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Smith-Cotton's Abby Monsees wins her heat in the 200-yard freestyle Saturday.
Smith-Cotton High School's Abby Monsees competes in the 200-yard freestyle during a West Central Conference swim meet Thursday at the Sedalia Middle School.
Smith-Cotton's Abby Monsees competes in the 200 yard freestyle at the Smith-Cotton Joe Arbisi Tiger Invitational at the Sedalia Middle School.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers posted 10 top-three finishes Friday in a double-dual girls swimming meet in Warrensburg.
Marshall topped Smith-Cotton 146-125 on Wednesday in a girls swimming meet at Arbisi Pool at Sedalia Middle School.
Smith-Cotton’s girls swimming team went 1-3 on Tuesday in a meet at Blue Springs South. The Lady Tigers fell to St. Joseph Central 176-76, lost to Marshall 147-82 and were defeated by the host school 231-50. Smith-Cotton picked up a 130-25 win over O’Hara.
Smith-Cotton’s Abby Monsees, bottom, and an opposing swimmer run neck and neck in their 200-yard freestyle heat Tuesday at Sedalia Middle School. Marshall, Warrensburg, Lincoln Prep and KC Central joined S-C in the quadruple-dual event.
With 12 top-five finishes overall, the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers swim team went 1-2 in dual meet action on Tuesday in Warrensburg.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers placed third in the five-team West Central Conference swim meet Saturday in Independence.
Smith-Cotton’s two Jordans provided the bright spots Thursday in the Lady Tigers’ 0-3 finish at the Harrisonville triple duals.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers placed 11th Saturday in the Winnetonka Invitational girls swimming meet in Kansas City.
The Smith-Cotton girls swimming team didn’t score a point Saturday in the COMO Invitational in Columbia.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers didn’t expect to place high in Saturday’s Joe Arbisi Invitational at Sedalia Middle School.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers placed in four events Saturday in the Raytown-Raytown South Invitational girls swim meet.
It was a small, moral victory.
The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers may have finished only seventh in their 10-team swimming meet Saturday, but they still achieved their goal.
The Smith-Cotton girls swimming team earned nine top-20 finishes Saturday in the 19-team North Kansas City Invitational.
The Sedalia Bandits youth swimming team cleaned up Thursday in a home quadrangular meet.
Smith-Cotton girls swimming coach Jerry Tankersley identified a core of eight swimmers who must carry the team this season, while younger and inexperienced swimmers learn the ropes.
Smith-Cotton swam to a third-place finish in the West Central Conference girls swimming meet on Thursday at the Joseph W. Arbisi Memorial Pool.