Moffat County gains 4 state times, Swimmer, Coach of the Year awards to start league meet
Going into the first day of the Southwest Conference Championships, the Moffat County High School girls swim team already had four state times to their name.
That number doubled by the time they were done Friday.
MCHS picked up state times in the 200-yard medley relay, followed by qualifications by Kelsey McDiffett in the 200 individual medley and Alexa Neton in the 200 freestyle races during the two-day league event’s opener.
The first day concluded with Katelynn Turner, McDiffett, Alexa Neton and Molly Neton also making the cut in the 400 free relay.
To add to the day of achievement, Molly Neton was named Swimmer of the Year, complete with a $400 scholarship, while Meghan Francone earned Coach of the Year as the head of Bulldog a aquatics.
Craig Press will have more details.
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