Garden City High School's Connor Cupp takes a breath while making a stroke Thursday on his way to winning the 100-yards butterfly during a GCHS swimming quadrangular at the Garden City Family YMCA. Cupp and Devin Chappel each won two individual events at the meet.

Devin Chappel and Connor Cupp received two personal situations each individual to enable lead Yard Metropolis High College to the crew title Thursday in a residence boys swimming quadrangular at the Backyard City Family YMCA.

Chappel gained the 200-yards freestyle and the 100-yards freestyle whilst Cupp took the title in the 100-yards butterfly and 100-yards breaststroke.

“We really wished to strike some respectable occasions so we could loosen up and have a enjoyment satisfy future 7 days,” GCHS head coach Brian Watkins reported. “We accomplished that intention for the most portion.”

In the 200-yards freestyle, Chappel swam the occasion in 1:52.13 for the win and set a particular greatest time. Kaleb Reagle finished fifth with a 2:18.79.

Chappel continued his freestyle dominance, this time in the 100-yard race, with a profitable time of 50.90. Kobe Otero was less than a stroke at the rear of him, finishing in 2nd put, with a time of 50.93.  Equally moments had been private bests for the two Buffaloes. Jeremiah Bunce took fourth place with a 56.00.