Centennial’s girls team continued its streak of dual meet wins on Tuesday night in Dunwoody. Despite the heavy course load during the current week before the holidays the Knights continued winning in their traditional style… event wins. The girls team took all but 3 events on the evening. Some teammates stepped into critical roles to seal the win.
While the boys team could not take down the Wildcats, they added two new impressive state cuts. The boys team now has 11 state cuts and the girls team has 17. There are several swimmers very close to adding more for the Knights.
Boys 200 Medley Relay (Teffeteller, Saunders, Sergile, Ford)
Girls 200 Medley Relay (Deas, Bender, Sergile, Singletary)
Boys 200 FR (Sebastien Sergile)
Girls 200 FR (Maddie Singletary)
Girls 200 IM (Tessa Sergile)
Girls 100 FL (Elly Deas)
Boys 500 FR (Sebastien Sergile)
Girls 500 FR (Maddie Singletary)
Girls 100 BK (Elly Deas)
Girls 100 BR (Alexis Bender)
Girls 400 FR Relay (Deas, Singletary, Sergile, Collerette)
New GHSA State Cuts
Alexis Bender (200 IM)
Hannah Collerette (50 FR)
Sebastien Sergile (200 FR)
Boys 200 FR Relay (Yearout, Goodsite, Ford, Rehberger)
Next Up: Swimmers and Divers head to Chattanooga Friday afternoon for the McCallie Invitational. The Knights will face off against a host of teams from Tennessee and Georgia. Perhaps most notably is the Harpeth Hall girls team out of Nashville. Harpeth Hall has won 5 straight Tennessee state championships and 12 of the last 18.