Puma Swimmers Compete in Fullerton

Alan Peterson represented the Puma Aquatic swim team at the Kevin B. Perry Senior Invitational in Fullerton this past weekend.

A group of swimmers from the Puma Aquatic swim team traveled to Fullerton this past weekend to compete in the annual Kevin B. Perry Senior Invite.

The meet was hosted by the Fullerton FAST swim team, and was held at the Janet Evans Swim Complex. It began Friday night with timed finals of the men’s 1650-yard freestyle and women’s 1000 freestyle. Saturday and Sunday began with prelims sessions that ran until the early afternoon and finals sessions in the evening.

On Saturday, Mia Schachter finished second in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1 minute, 4.90 seconds. Just a few minutes later, she swam in the finals of the 50 freestyle and finished fifth, posting a time of 24.17. Later that night, Schachter returned to the pool for the finals of the 200 individual medley. She placed seventh with a time of 2:09.89.

Schachter also swam in the finals of the 100 butterfly Sunday night. She came in fifth and finished in 56.57.

Also competing in the finals for Puma Sunday night were Alan Peterson and Graham Johnson. Johnson swam the 100 butterfly in 54.85 and finished 29th. Peterson took on the 500 freestyle and put up a 4:50.41 to finish 28th.

Peterson also competed in the 1650, 1000, 200, and 100 freestyles, as well as the 200 butterfly and 200 backstroke. Johnson competed in the 50, 100, and 200 freestlyles in addition to the 100 butterfly.

For complete results from the 2011 Kevin B. Perry swim meet, click here.


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