BOSTON – Marian’s co-ed swim team made its biggest splash at the Catholic Central League Championships, with its best finish in the school’s history.
Marian High’s Mustangs earned 147 points to place 7th out of eight teams at Simmons College on Saturday, February 4.
“This is the best finish we have had in the 4 years we have been swimming,” said head coach Sue Morse.
Mustang senior Noah T-Miller started off the scoring by taking ninth place in the 200-yard freestyle, with a personal best time of 2:30.58 minutes, said Morse.
Freshman Trey Adrian finished in 14th place in the 100-yard butterfly, in a time of 1:24.14 minutes.
Marian freshman Chance Yan finished second in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 52.89 seconds. Teammmate T-Miller placed 16th overall, in the same event.
Senior captain Parker Yan finished in sixth place in the 500-yard freestyle, with a career best time of 6:05.39 minutes.
Then, the Yan brothers did their thing in the 100-yard backstroke, said Morse.
Chance won the title with a personal best time of 56.88 seconds. Parker finished 12th overall.
Marian sophomore Molly Bogner finished 16th overall in the 100-yard breaststroke.
The Mustangs 400-yard freestyle relay finished fourth overall at the League Championships in a season best time of 4:07.67 minutes. On the relay was Adrian, T-Miller and both Yan brothers.
The relay team of Chance Yan, sophomore Patrick Rupert , Adrian, and T-Miller finished 7th in the 200-yard relay.
- Freshmen Catherine Ning in both 50-yard and 100-yard freestyle events
- Brian Hobin in the 100-yard butterfly
- Fred Sun in the 100-yard breaststroke
- Jack Dong in the 100-yard breaststroke
- Senior Foxe Gladden in the 100-yard backstroke
- Junior David Lin in the 100-yard breaststroke
- Rupert in the 100-yard backstroke