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Varsity Swimming
  • Ella Alford
    2020
  • Sarah Ball
    2019
  • Tyler Bennett
    2020
  • Isaac Bostic
    2023
  • Mary Crowder
    2019
  • Abigail Drummond
    2024
  • Louis Dunn
    2020
  • William Fox
    2023
  • Gunnar Kratz
    2024
  • Anna Mears
    2019
  • John Monaco
    2020
  • William Patrick
    2022
  • Caroline Ross
    2021
  • Isabella Smith
    2020
  • Blake Stanley
    2020
  • Houston Walker
    2019
  • Davis Webb
    2024
  • John Wells
    2023
  • Elsa Zhang
    2023
  • Hanlong Zhang
    2021

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Team Stories

Warriors Compete In State Swim Meet

The Warriors girls swim team finished eighth and the boys came in 22nd in the 1A/2A state swim meet Monday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Christ the King Catholic HS of Huntersville dominated both events, winning the boys meet by 91.5 points over second place Cary Christian and by 56 points in the girls competition over second place O’Neal School of Southern Pines.  Trinity Academy of Durham-Chapel Hill was fourth in both meets, while Grace Christian finished seventh in the boys meet. Individually, Annie Mears led the girls with a fifth place finish in the 100 butterfly and sixth place in the 200 individual medley. Sarah Spencer Ball was sixth in the 100 freestyle and seventh in the 50 free. Caroline Ross was seventh in the 100 backstroke and ninth in the 200 freestyle. Mears, Ball and Ross teamed with Lillian York for a sixth place finish in the 200 freestyle relay and with Hanna Rotman for 10th in the 200 medley relay. Max Michaud led the Warriors boys with a 10th place finish in the 50 freestyle and 11th in the 100 free. Tyler Bennett was 11th in the 500 freestyle and the relay team of Will and Brian Patrick, David Bailey and Sam Bedor was 12th in the 400 freestyle relay.

Warriors Swimmers Compete In EPIC Tournament

Both Warriors swim teams finished fourth at the EPIC meet Monday night at the Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary. Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill won both meets. The boys prevailed 299-289 over Cary Christian, with Grace Christian (257) third and SDS (216) fourth. The O’Neal School, Carolina Friends and Trinity Academy of Raleigh rounded out the field. The Trinity of DCH girls (257) won over The O’Neal School (244), Cary Christian (189) and St. David’s (171) with Grace and Trinity of Raleigh completing the field. Individually, the boys 200 freestyle relay team of Will and Ben Patrick, Tyler Bennett and Max Michaud finished second. Bennett took third in the 200 and 500 freestyle, while Michaud was third in the 50 and 100 freestyle. On the girls side, Sarah Spencer Ball teamed with Hanna Rotman, Caroline Ross and Annie Mears to finish second in the 200 medley relay and with Lillian York, Ross and Mears to take second in the 200 freestyle relay. Ball was runner-up in the 50 and 100 freestyle as well. Mears finished runner-up in the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly. Caroline Ross was runner-up in the 100 backstroke.

The Warriors boys and girls swim teams finished second in Tuesday’s meet at Ravenscroft. St. David’s finished behind the host school and ahead of the Montessori School of Raleigh. Sarah Spencer Ball won the girls 50 freestyle, finished second in the 100 freestyle and teamed with Caroline Ross, Lillian York and Annie Mears to finish second in the 200 freestyle relay. She was also part of the third place 200 medley relay along with Ross, Mears and Hanna Rotman. Mears also won the 100 butterfly and was third in the 200 individual medley. Ross also took second in the 100 backstroke and third in the 200 freestyle. Lauryn Bailey finished third in the 100 breaststroke and teamed with Rotman, York and Kennedy Rouser to finish 2nd in the 400 free relay.  On the boys side, Tyler Bennett was second in the 500 freestyle, third in the 200 freestyle and combined with Max Michaud, Sam Bedor and Isaac Bostic to finish second in the 200 medley relay and with Michaud, David Bailey and Will Patrick to take second in the 200 freestyle relay. Bedor was second in the 100 breaststroke and third in the 100 freestyle and was part of the second place 400 free relay team along with Ben Patrick, Bostic and Will Patrick. Jackson Rouser took second in the 100 backstroke and was third in the 200 individual medley. Bostic finished third in the 100 butterfly and Michaud was third in the 50 freestyle. The Warriors compete in the EPIC tournament Monday in Cary.

The Warriors swim teams finished third in Thursday’s meet at NRCA. The boys were third behind Durham Academy and the host school and ahead of Wake Christian. NRCA won the girls meet, followed by DA, the Warriors and Wake Christian. Sarah Spencer Ball won the 50 and 100 freestyle races and was part of the second place 200 freestyle relay along with Annie Mears, Caroline Ross and Lillian York. Mears won the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly. Ross was second in the 100 backstroke and third in the 200 freestyle. Carly Rittenmeyer, Hanna Rotman, Kennedy Rouser and Lauryn Bailey were third in the 400 freestyle relay. On the boys sides, Sam Bedor finished second in the 100 freestyle and in the 100 breaststroke. He teamed with Will Patrick, Tyler Bennett and Max Michaud to take second in the 200 freestyle relay. Bennett finished second in the 200 freestyle, while Michaud was third in the 50 freestyle. Jackson Rouser was third in the 200 individual medley, then teamed with Brian and Will Patrick and Isaac Bostic to finish third in the 400 freestyle relay.

The Warriors swim teams were back in the pool for the first time since the holiday break and both finished third behind Cary Academy and Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill Thursday at Cary Academy. Tyler Bennett led the boys with a victory in the 500 freestyle. He was third in the 200 freestyle and part of the third place 200 medley relay team along with Max Michaud and Brian and Will Patrick. Michaud was third in the 50 and 100 freestyle races. On the girls side, Caroline Ross teamed with Sarah Spencer Ball, Annie Mears and Lillian York to finish second in the 200 freestyle relay. Ross was third in the 200 free and the 100 backstroke. Ball finished third in the 50 and 100 freestyle, while Mears was third in the 100 butterfly and the 200 individual medley. The Warriors return to the water Thursday at Grace Christian.  

The boys were third and the girls fourth in Tuesday’s varsity swim meet at North Raleigh Christian Academy. On the girls side, the host school won, followed by Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill, Grace Christian and the Warriors. Sarah Spencer Ball won the 50 and 100 freestyle to lead the Warriors. Annie Mears was second in the 100 butterfly and joined Ball, Caroline Ross and Lillian York on the third place 200 freestyle relay team. Ross placed third in the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke. Trinity and NRCA finished ahead of the SDS boys. Senior Max Michaud finished second in the 50 and 100 freestyle and was part of the second place 200 freestyle relay team along with Will and Ben Patrick and David Bailey.  Elsewhere, Samuel Bedor was third in the 100 freestyle and Tyler Bennett finished third in the 500 freestyle. 

Both Warrior swim teams finished second in Thursday’s meet at Rocky Mount Academy.  The host school won the boys side, while The Epiphany School of New Bern won the girls meet. The Warriors finished in the top three in most events. Caroline Ross won the 100 backstroke and anchored the first place 200 free relay team along with Sarah Spencer Ball, Lillian York and Lindley Williams. She finished second in the 200 freestyle and teamed with Ball, York and Kennedy Rouser to finish second in the 200 medley relay. Ball finished second in the 50 and 100 freestyle races, while Rouser was third in the 100 butterfly and took third in the 400 freestyle relay along with Williams, York and Lauryn Bailey. “Everyone on both teams gave tremendous effort,” said coach Stephen Shingler. “We had great enthusiasm, energy along with quality sportsmanship.” Senior Max Michaud led the boys with a first place finish in the 50 freestyle. He was also part of a Warrior sweep of the 100 free with another victory. Samuel Bedor took second and Paco Fuentes was third. Michaud teamed with Brian and Will Patrick along with Jackson Rouser for a runner-up finish in the 200 freestyle relay and also took third in the 200 medley relay along with Tyler Bennett, Issac Bostic and Bedor. Elsewhere, Bedor was second in the 100 breaststroke and was part of the second place 400 freestyle relay team along with Bostic, Rouser and Will Patrick. Bennett was third in the 200 freestyle and Bostic finished third in the 200 freestyle and the 200 individual medley.

The boys finished second and the girls third as the Warriors swim teams opened the season Wednesday at St. Mary’s. Raleigh Charter won the boys meet while the host school took the girls. Tyler Bennett finished second in the 200 freestyle, the 500 freestyle and was part of the 200 free relay team along with Max Michaud and Will and Brian Patrick. Michaud was the runner-up in the 50 freestyle and third in the 100 freestyle. Isaac Bostic was third in the 200 individual medley, third in the 100 butterfly and helped the 400 free relay team to a third place finish along with Jackson Rouser and the Patrick brothers. Brian Patrick was third in the 100 backstroke and Rouser finished third in the 100 breaststroke. On the girls side, Sarah Spencer Ball finished second in the 50 freestyle and was part of the third place 200 medley and freestyle relays along with Caroline Ross, Annie Mears, Lillian York and Kennedy Rouser. “It was good to get started,” said coach Stephen Shingler. “We showed great spirit and did a fantastic job of encouraging each other. I think it will be a fun season.”