Swimmers dive into the pool for the girls 50 meter freestyle Saturday during the 2015 Coshocton Invitational at Coshocton High School.
COSHOCTON – The Tri-Valley girls totaled 78 points to place second behind Dover’s 85 Saturday in the Coshocton Swimming Invitational.
The John Glenn girls were seventh out of eight teams with 10, while the Tri-Valley boys were sixth (11) and Zanesville boys seventh (4), as Dover won the boys title with 116.
Claudia Frueh won the 100 free (1:06.44) and 200 free (2:26.89); Elise Frueh claimed the 200 IM (2:47.92) and took third in the 500 free; Lauren Lynch came in second in the 50 free and third in the 100 free; Menly Lutz and Lexanne Lynch were second and third in the 100 fly; and Lexanne Lynch was also second in the 100 back for the Scotties.
Claudia and Elise Frueh, Lutz and Lauren Lynch were first in the 200 free relay (2:01.95), while the 200 medley and 400 free relays were both third.
Lauren Lynch swam :29.73 to break a 25-year old school record in the 50 free, which was set by Tri-Valley Hall of Famer, Andrea Frueh who had a 29.74; Elise Frueh broke her own record in the 500 free with a 6:35.54, and the 200 free relay also broke a 12-year old record.
Other top finishers in the area included the 400 free relay coming in fourth and Cody Hahn taking fifth in the 200 free for the Tri-Valley boys; Mackenzie Gibson placing fourth in the 50 free and the 200 free relay fifth for the John Glenn girls; and Joey Zarba taking fifth in the 100 fly to lead Zanesville.