The Lindbergh boys swim team took home the 2A SPSL championship title on Feb. 8, 2020. Photo courtesy of Kayoka Bushaw.

The Lindbergh boys swim team took home the 2A SPSL championship title on Feb. 8, 2020. Photo courtesy of Kayoka Bushaw.

Lindbergh boys swim placed second in championship

  • Wednesday, February 19, 2020 1:30am
  • Sports

The Lindbergh boys swim/dive team competed in the West Central District III championship swim/dive meet on Saturday, Feb. 15. The team scored 202 points and received its second plaque. Top 12 finishers for Lindbergh were:

•Hayden Knittle, Henry Tran, Ryan Lui and Eduard Fedchyk took second place in the 200 medley relay.

•Connor Donahue took third place and Hayden Knittle took fifth place in the 200 freestyle.

•Ethan Childs took fourth place in the 200 Individual Medley.

•Fedchyk took 11th place in the 50 free.

•Fedchyk took third place, ​Michael Clair took fifth place and Alex Bui took 10th place in one-meter diving.

•Knittle took third place, Tran took 10th place and Lui took 11th place in the 100 butterfly.

•Phillip Pham took 12th place in the 100 freestyle.

•Donahue took second place and Andrew Carlisle took 10th place in the 500 freestyle.

•Knittle, Lui, Fedchyk and Donahue took first place in the 200 Free Relay.

•Gabe Vergara took 10th place in the 100 backstroke.

•Childs took second place and Tran took third place in the 100 breaststroke.

•Pham, Childs, Tran and Donahue took fourth place in the 400 free relay.

It was a great meet from the Eagles. Up next is the State Championship swim/dive next weekend, Feb. 21-21.

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