Emma Myers wasn’t going to be slowed in the pool on Thursday.
Although Des Moines Lincoln was able to gain a 102-74 win over Carroll in Thursday’s meet, Myers delivered four wins for the Tigers in the meet.
Myers was able to first win the 200 yard individual medley event with a time of 2:21.06. She beat her next closest competition by over three seconds. Teammate Emily Hansen finished fifth and Sophia Polking was sixth.
The next time Myers was in the pool she was on the winning 200 freestyle team. There she was the leadoff swimmer with Haley Burns, Ellie Beagle and Jenna Currier also swimming as they won the race with a time of 1:48.32. The Carroll team of Polking, Hansen, Zelda DeMoss and Ashley Beagle finished fourth with a time of 1:59.51.
Myers was next seen taking the gold in the 100 breaststroke event where she had a time of 1:11.74, winning this race by two seconds.
Sydney Bellinghausen finished fourth in the same race. DeMoss was sixth.
In the 400 freestyle relay the team of Ellie Beagle, Amelia Holt, Myers and Currier were able to take the win with a time of 3:50.12.
Carroll’s team of Bellinghausen, Dalaney McAndrew, Lydia Dose and DeMoss took fifth.
Ellie Beagle continued to show off her long-distance freestyle skills. She was able to win the 200 freestyle event with a time of 2:09.01. Also in that race Holt finished fourth and Dose was sixth.
Beagle came back and won the 500 yard freestyle event as well. There she had a time of 5:47.54. Ashley Beagle was third with a time of 6:09.89. DeMoss was sixth.
Jenna Currier was second in the 50 freestyle event with a time of 25.37. Burns finished fourth and Bellinghausen was sixth.
Holt was Carroll’s best swimmer in the 100 yard fly event with a time of 1:08.18, which put her second. Ashley Beagle finished third with a time of 1:09.67. McAndrew was fifth.
Currier was second in the 100 free event with a time of 55.13. Hansen was fifth and Dose finished sixth.
Polking led the way in the 100 yard backstroke event with a time of 1:12.57 to finish fourth. Burns was fifth, McAndrew was sixth.
Carroll’s team of Polking, Ashley Beagle, Holt and Burns took second in the 200 medley relay. In that same race the team of McAndrew, Bellinghausen, Dose and Hansen took fifth.