Woodstock co-op's swimming depth shows with title
WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock co-op boys swimming team entered the second-to-last event – the 100-yard breaststroke – in second place behind Lincoln-Way North in the fifth annual Woodstock Invitational on Saturday afternoon at Woodstock North. The Blue Streaks needed a good performance in the event to have a shot at winning, and Adam Steinken and Henry Gantner came through.
Steinken entered the event with the fastest seed time of 1:04.19, and he beat that mark by more than a second for first place in 1:03.08, his best time of the season. Gantner took third.
Though Lincoln-Way North won the meet's final race, the varsity 400 free relay, it didn't score points in the freshman/sophomore race, so the Blue Streaks' third-place finish in the event gave them enough points (565.5) for the title.
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