Fremont Swim Team Takes Home Win at First Home Meet in Years

FREMONT – In their first home swim meet in nine years, both the Fremont girls and boys swim teams took home wins, setting several records in the process.

FHS G- 90, Columbus- 73

FHS B- 84- Columbus- 80

Walz set a pool record, state automatic cut, and school record in the 200 IM tonight, while also hitting a state automatic time in the 100 back.

Gifford broke her own school record in the 100 breaststroke and set a new pool record, and just missed the state automatic cut.  She also had a state secondary cut in the 50 free.

Senior Kinley Shallberg was back in the pool after a year long recovery from shoulder surgery and we couldn’t have been more excited.  Winning both the 200 and 100 free’s with state secondary times was a huge boost seeing how well she is coming back after being out last season.

Senior Colton Juhl had a double win and double state secondary cuts in the 50 and 100 free as well as added wins in the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay.

Senior Juan Munoz also picked up a pair of wins in the 200 and 500 frees tonight while helping the boys 400 free relay hit a secondary state cut.

Junior AJ Jacobus got a win in the 200 IM and added huge points in the backstroke finishing second behind teammate Mack Prince.  Prince set a state Secondary cut in his 100 backstroke and added points in the 100 fly and relays.