The Enterprise High School swim team traveled to Mobile on Nov. 22-23 for the AHSAA South Sectionals at Bishop State Community College.
The 2019 EHS swim team sent a number of individual swimmers – that qualified for sectionals during the regular season – as well as relay teams to sectionals.
The girls’ team finished in sixth place over in Class 6A-7A with 136 points.
For the girls, the 200-medley relay team of Alison Best, Maggie Coyle, Jolee Fernandez and AJ Hallbert finished in fifth place, while Hallbert also took home a fourth place finish in the 200-meter individual freestyle.
Best also finished in seventh place in the 200-meter individual medley and in 12th place in the 100-meter breaststroke. Fernandez took ninth in the 100-meter butterfly.
Coyle finished No. 16 in the 100-meter freestyle, as well. Hallbert also finished in 11th place in the 50-meter freestyle.
The team of Coyle, Fernandez, Hallbert and Dasha Williams finished in fifth place in the 200-meter freestyle relay. The team of Ellie Flaig, Ellie Gayford, Hannah Hokanson and Hailee Kokoszka finished in sixth place in the 400-meter freestyle relay.
The boys’ came in 10th place with 71 points in Class 6A-7A at sectionals.
The 400-meter freestyle relay team of David Best, Elijah Nabarette, Xavier Wiggins and Tucker Woodall finished in sixth place. The 200-meter freestyle relay team of Best, Huk Blunt, Zack Gayford and Seth Hallbert also finished in ninth place.
The 200-meter medley relay team of Blunt, Zack Gayford, Seth Hallbert and Nabarette finished in 10th place.
Blunt earned No. 14 finishes in both the 50-meter individual freestyle and 100-meter individual freestyle, as well.
Unfortunately, no EHS swimmers qualified for the upcoming state meet in December but with only three seniors on the team Enterprise expects to return a big group of experienced swimmers in 2020.