CULLMAN — The Cullman Swim Team blew its competition out of the water Tuesday, easily doubling up Albertville in the friendly confines of the Aquatic Center.
A whopping 14 multi-event winners, as well as a sweep of the medley relays, propelled the Catfish to their 503-point total. The visitors mustered only 209.
Sarah Peel and Charis Peek showed out for the 13- to 14-year-old girls, leading a group of five CST members with three individual victories apiece. Sawyer Trimble (9-10 boys), Colby Hutson (13-14 boys) and Jaedyn Martin (8-and-under girls) were the squad's other top performers.
Hannah Ogstad and Claire Ogstad repped the 11- to 12-year-old girls with a pair of triumphs, as did Jonah Hilb and Cannon Trimble in the same age group on the boys side. Brody Schaefer (9-10 boys), Jacob Thiot (13-14 boys), Peyton Arnold (6U girls), Mollie Woods (9-10 girls) and Kacie Donaldson (15-18 girls) rounded out the CST's two-event winners.
The Catfish will take their unblemished record to Boaz on Thursday.
See top-three individual results and relay winners below:
Peyton Arnold (6U) was first in the 25-yard freestyle and 25-yard backstroke. Sarah Woods was second in the 25-yard freestyle and 25-yard backstroke. Olivia Caretti was third in the 25-yard freestyle. Arnold, Woods, Caretti and Rebekah Hilb were first in the 100-yard freestyle relay.
Jaedyn Martin (8U) was first in the 100-yard IM, 25-yard freestyle and 25-yard butterfly. Clare Windham was first in the 25-yard breaststroke. Lana Potter was second in the 25-yard freestyle and third in the 25-yard backstroke. Kambelle Gentry was third in the 50-yard freestyle. Martin, Windham, Potter and Tiffany Calvert were first in the 100-yard medley relay.
Mollie Woods (9-10) was first in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle, as well as third in the 50-yard freestyle. Anna Page was second in the 100-yard IM, 50-yard backstroke and 50-yard butterfly. Maria Windham was second in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle. Ruby Hudson was second in the 50-yard freestyle and third in the 50-yard backstroke. Woods, Page, Windham and Hudson were first in the 200-yard medley and freestyle relays.