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Houston Girls High SMU On The Street, 162.5-137.5


Houston vs SMU (W)

  • December 8, 2021
  • Robson & Lindley Aquatics Middle and Barr-McMillion Natatorium, Dallas, TX.
  • SCY (25y)
  • Full Results
  • Closing Rating: Houston 162.5, SMU 137.5

The Houston Cougars moved to 2-Zero on the season with a decent victory at SMU on Friday, because the street staff prevailed by a rating of 162.5-137.5.

Freshman Laura Garcia Marin had a pair of key victories for Houston within the distance freestyle occasions, first claiming the 1000 in 10:23.32 and in a while the 500 in 5:03.04. Teammate Shayla Erickson made it a 1-2 within the 1000, and Erickson and Sam Medlin made it a 1-2-Three within the 500.

Senior Ionna Sacha was one other standout for the Cougars, claiming the 200 backstroke (2:03.63) whereas additionally incomes a pair of runner-up finishes within the 100 again (56.34) and 200 IM (2:06.53). Successful that 100 again was fellow Houston senior Katie Power (55.93).

The highest swimmer of the meet needed to be SMU freshman Jenna Watson, who received three particular person occasions.

Watson, 18, received the 200 free in a season-best of 1:52.31, and added wins within the 200 breast (2:19.81) and 200 IM (2:05.44).

One other Houston senior, Mykenzie Leehy had a giant win for the Cougars within the 100 free (50.97), and likewise had the important thing leg that led Houston to the win within the 400 free relay. Leehy threw down a 50.21 cut up swimming third to place the Cougars within the lead over SMU, in the end successful by simply over a second in 3:26.62.

Additionally successful for Houston was Audrey McKinnon within the 100 breast (1:05.99) and Katie Deininger within the 3-meter diving occasion (303.08).

For SMU, extra victories got here from Olivia Grossklaus within the 200 fly (2:03.92), Nicole Stambo within the 1-meter diving occasion (280.95), Alex Stevens within the 50 free (23.68) and Valentina Becerra within the 100 fly (56.93).

Within the 200 medley relay, which kicked the meet off, Becerra contributed on the fly leg as SMU (1:45.50) topped Houston (1:46.34).


  1. Houston, 162.5
  2. SMU, 137.5