Aquacats win 17 events in loss at Arab

The Fort Payne Aquacats won 17 events Tuesday in the team’s road loss at Arab.

The team had plenty of reasons to celebrate despite falling to Boaz 521-147.

Nathan Hurley earned five points when he clocked a time of 1:16.27 and won the 15-18 boys 100-yard individual medley. He was also a part of two relay victories for the Aquacats. He teamed up with Cullen Roberts, Cody Davis and Giles Roberts to win the 200-yard medley relay. The same group also won the 200-yard freestyle relay.

Andrew Gullage gave Fort Payne their second individual win of the meet when he clocked a 39.42 in the 9-10 boys 50-yard freestyle. He also won the 100-yard freestyle later in the day.

Michael Gullage won the 15-18 boys 50-yard freestyle. His time was three seconds faster than the rest of the field. He also won the 50-yard backstroke and the 100-yard freestyle.

Hayden Chambers had a good day. He won the 8-under boys 25-yard backstroke and breastroke events.

Brindlee Walston won the 8-under girls 25-yard breaststroke. She placed third in the backstroke and helped the 100-yard medley relay team finish second.

Davis won the 15-18 boys 50-yard breaststroke. He also finished third in the freestyle and won the butterfly.

Emily Stout had two wins for the day. She won the 15-18 girls 50-yard backstroke and breaststroke events.

Sophie Hood won the 9-10 girls 50-yard butterfly. She was also a part of two relay teams that finished second and third in their events.

The Aquacats wrap up their regular season today at Guntersville where they will also swim against Decatur.

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