The Friar swim teams competed Friday night against St. Marks and Hockaday.
Missing swimmers on both sides, the girls ended up losing to Hockaday 87-63, while St. Marks ended up winning by the score of 106-64. Depth proved to be too much on both ends.
A tip of the swim cap goes out to sophomore Sophie Robertson, who ended up winning the 50 freestyle with a time of 29.52. A tip of the swim cap also goes out to sophomore Martha Collins, who went a lifetime best in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:32.01.
On the boy's side, a tip of the swim cap goes to sophomore Luke Weber for going lifetime bests in both the 200 freestyle (2:00.14) and 100 breaststroke (1:08.13).
Finally, a tip of the swim cap goes to sophomore Jacob Heck for dropping 15 seconds in his 500 freestyle and went a lifetime best of 6:16.41.
The Friars will now march towards a state title starting with the TAPPS Regional Championships. The girls aim to win their first regionals championship in a number of years while the boys are looking to defend last year's title.
The TAPPS Regionals Championship will take place on Friday, Jan. 25 in Mansfield.