Madison’s Trenton Schmidt (top) swims a leg in the Cubs’ winning 400-yard free relay. (Staff photo by Mark Campbell)
Madison’s Trenton Schmidt (top) swims a leg in the Cubs’ winning 400-yard free relay. (Staff photo by Mark Campbell)
Madison’s boys and Switzerland County’s girls swimming each claimed wins in a four-team invitational at Madison on Saturday.

The Madison boys scored nine individual wins and tallied 320 team points to run away with the win. Lanesville was second with 161 points, Oldenburg third with 126 and Switzerland fourth with 61.

Switzerland’s girls scored five wins and tallied 284 points to edge runner-up Oldenburg at 239 while Madison was third with 182 and Lanesville fourth with 138.

Madison’s 502 combined points between both boys and girls was tops among the field with Oldenburg placing second with 365, Switzerland third with 345 and Lanesville fourth with 299.

Dillon Ray and Trenton Schmidt were each in on four wins to lead the Madison boys.

Ray won the 50-yard freestyle in 23.95 and the 100 freestyle in 53.05 while Schmidt won the 200 individual medley in 2:24.80 and the 100 butterfly in 1:03.18.

Ray and Schmidt then teamed with Casey Anderson and Bladyn Cardinal to win the 400 free relay in 3:55.90. Ray joined Anderson, Jack Kelsey and Eoin McMahon to win the 200 medley relay in 1:53.52, and Schmidt teamed with Kelsey, Luke Bryant and McMahon to win the 200 free relay in 1:44.23.

Anderson also won the 100 backstroke in 1:08.35 and Kelsey won the 100 breaststroke in 1:13.05 to wrap up Madison’s wins.

Abigail Niswander, Allison Furnish and Zoe Cole accounted for three wins each to lead the Switzerland girls.

Niswander won the 500 freestyle in 28.19, Furnish won the 100 breaststroke in 1:24.45 and Cole won the 200 freestyle in 2:24.20. The trio then teamed with Alisha Detmer to win the 200 freestyle relay in 1:55.75 and with Abigail Cole to win the 400 freestyle relay in 4:27.14.

Val Gonzalez picked up a pair of wins — the 200 individual medley in 2:18.93 and the 100 freestyle in 55.50 — to lead the Madison girls while Katie Royce was first in the 500 freestyle in 6:42.87 for the Cubs’ final win.

Adrian Armstrong scored a win in the 200 freestyle in 2:02.74 and the 500 freestyle in 5:33.35 for both of the Switzerland boys’ wins.

Other top finishes for the Madison boys were: Cardinal, second, 200 free, 2:17.19 and third, 500 free, 6:40.90; Kelsey, second, 200 IM, 2:26.33; McMahon, second, 50 free, 25.02 and second, 100 breast, 1:13.12; Bryant, second, 100 fly, 1:03.70 and second, 100 back, 1:14.83; Carson Denton, second, 100 free, 1:04.92 and third, 100 back, 1:19.02; Leighton Wielgoszinski, second, 500 free, 6:14.25 and third, 200 free, 2:19.06; and Anderson, third, 50 free, 25.76.

Other top finishes for the Madison girls were: Royce, second, 200 free, 2:25.46; Erika Hazelwood, second, 100 fly, 1:36.13; Lucy Lynch, second, 100 back, 1:22.16 and third, 50 free, 30.82; Lynch, Hazelwood, Gonzalez and Vanina Kelsey, second, 200 medley relay, 2:18.99; and Lynch, Royce, Hazelwood and Gonzalez, second, 200 free relay, 2:01.51.

Other top finishes for the Switzerland girls were: Furnish, second, 200 IM, 2:41.50; Zoe Cole, second, 100 free, 1:03.63; Abigail Cole, second, 500 free, 7:33.82; Anastasia Faddis, third, 100 fly, 1:36.65; Niswander, third, 100 free, 1:06.34; Aaliyah Ridener, third, 500 free, 8:58.89; and Brooke Johnson, Abigail Cole, Faddis and Detmer, third, 200 medley relay, 2:38.25.

Madison returns to action today when it travels to Columbus East. Switzerland’s next meet is the Ohio River Valley Conference championships at Milan on Saturday.