BELOW: From left to right: Swimmers Casey Brooks, Emily Beyer, Morgan Swift, Grace Rua and Ainsley Clark swimming in the first few events.
Woodland divers Maddie Hoxie, Julianna Bartolucci, and Adrianna Byczko contributed with their finishes. Hoxie finished 6th, with a score of 330.40. Bartolucci followed Hoxie with score of 262.90 and an 8th place finish. Byczko finished 9th and her score was 255.55. Altogether, the divers contributed a total of 68 points towards Woodland, helping to clench the title.
Throughout the evening, the girls supported one another during their quest for Woodland's first ever Girls Swim N.V.L. title.
The pressure was on the girls the entire meet, but that did not stop them from having fun. During their warm up breaks the entire team sang and danced along to music that was being played (below).
BELOW: From left to right: Swimmers Spenser Burkowsky, Taylor Muharem, Morgan Swift, Carly Erickson, and Emily Rindos competing in the last few events.
The 100 freestyle had close and intense races for Woodland. Brooke Pope was originally behind in the race, but she pulled ahead and won the race by 0.21 of a second. Camille Terrell followed Pope with 6th place. Casey Brooks also had a competitive race, touching out the girl in the lane next to her by only 0.01 of a second resulting in 7th place overall.