Stan Nelson donned his scuba gear to fill some of the cracks in the plaster of Kemmerer High School’s swimming pool. The cracks in the plaster were a result of the pool being empty for six weeks while a leak was fixed. The Lady Rangers now compete in their home pool. (COURTESY PHOTO / Barb Aimone)
On Thursday, Oct. 5, the Lady Rangers dwim team competed against the Sublette County team.
The meet was held in Pinedale, and the Rangers fought valiantly to make Kemmerer proud.
In their first event, the Lady Rangers placed first in the 200 medley relay.
Their second event held them in second, with Stevie Moyles placing second for the 200 Free.
In the 200 IM, Brooklyn Hagler took first.
The Lady Rangers performed well in the 50 free. Teryn Thatcher took second, Victoria Peck took fourth, Sophie Failoni placed seventh and Shelby Swann took ninth.
Sydnie Julander earned a third place win in her dive. In the 100 free, Sydnie Julander earned fourth, and right behind her was Victoria Peck in fifth.
Hagler came back with first place in the 400 free.
In the 200 free relay, Kemmerer took fifth place with Sydnie Julander, Victoria Peck, Sophie Failoni and Shelby Swann on that team.
In the 100 backstroke, Stevie Moyles took first, and Teryn Thatcher also came home with a first place win in the 100 breaststroke.
The last event of the day was the 400 free relay. Kemmerer took third in this event. The Lady Rangers swim team went to Lyman on Tuesday, Oct. 10 for a dual meet. The girls won eight out of the 12 events and beat some personal records.
The Lady Rangers swim at home against Lyman on Thursday, Oct. 12, starting at 5 p.m.