The Lincoln Charter men’s swimming team placed third overall and the women’s team took sixth place at the North Carolina 1A/2A Swimming and Diving State Championships on Saturday.

The Eagles men finished with 191 points, just behind first-place Raleigh Charter and second-place Croatan, while the Lady Eagles team finished with 160 points in the women’s event.  Raleigh Charter (243.5) and Lake Norman Charter (237) placed first and second.

Results for Lincoln Charter swimmers are listed below.

Women-200 Medley Relay - 4th Place (medalist) Chloe Harris, Lauren Manion, Madeline Carey, Jules Lappin; Men-200 Medley Relay - 2nd (school record) (medalist) Jackson Law, Neal Stratton, Zack Whipple, Grant Swicegood; Women-200 Free - 3rd (medalist)-Chloe Harris, 15th-Brie Malta; Men-200 Free - 5th-Neal Stratton; Men-200 IM - 2nd (medalist)-Zack Whipple; Women-50 Free - 15th-Jules Lappin; Men-50 Free - 8th-Grant Swicegood; Women-1m Diving - 9th-Emily Lesniak, 12th-Emma Lasaraky, 14th-Jillian Aganad, 15th-Mia Johnson; Men-1m Diving - 5th-Davis Hutchinson, 10th-Matt Uteck, 11th-Sawyer Schultz; Women-100 Fly - 5th-Chloe Harris, 8th-Madeline Carey; Men-100 Fly (school record) - 2nd-Zack Whipple; Women-100 Free - 11th-Lauren Manion; Men-100 Free - 4th Plac (medalist)-Neal Stratton; Women-200 Free Relay - 3rd (medalist)-Jules Lappin, Madeline Carey, Lauren Manion, Chloe Harris; Men-200 Medley Relay - 1st (school record) (medalist)-

Grant Swicegood, Jackson Law, Neal Stratton, Zack Whipple (Blake Nelson swam in prelims); Women-100 Backstroke - 15th-Brie Malta; Men-100 Backstroke - 4th (school record) (medalist)-Jackson Law; Men-100 Breaststroke - 16th-Jake Suminguit; Women-400 Free Relay - 6th-Abby DeCann, Brie Malta, Jules Lappin, Madeline Carey.

 

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