Madison’s Trenton Schmidt (above) glides through the water while finishing second in the 100-yard butterfly during Tuesday’s meet. Schmidt set a new personal-best in the event. (Photo by Stephanie Hellmann)
Madison’s Trenton Schmidt (above) glides through the water while finishing second in the 100-yard butterfly during Tuesday’s meet. Schmidt set a new personal-best in the event. (Photo by Stephanie Hellmann)
Madison’s swim teams posted 22 personal-best performances in one of their best meets of the year at home against Columbus East on Tuesday.

The boys team recorded seven wins and won by a 104-71 score while the girls had only one win but battled in a 111-64 loss.

“Just incredible! These kids just keep working and working and they are so inspiring,” Madison coach Ashley Schutte said. “These ladies are growing each week and we are so incredibly proud of the way they represent”

Justin Banks and Carter Schutte each won four events to lead the Madison boys.

Banks won the 200-yard individual medley in 2:07.80 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:05.10 while Schutte won the 200-yard freestyle in 52.58 and the 100 backstroke in 1:02.02. The pair then joined with Trenton Schmidt and Liam Roney to win the 200 medley relay 1:49.60 and with Peyton Ford and Roney to win the 200 freestyle relay in 1:37.46.

Roney also won the 200 freestyle in 1:59.62 and Leighton Wielgoszinski won the 500 freestyle in a personal-best 5:30.47.

Emily Nay, Trinity Stoner, Anne Grady and Lucy Lynch teamed up to win the girls 200 freestyle relay in 1:56.39.

Other top finishes for the Madison boys were: Jack Kelsey, second, 50 free, 24.94; Schmidt, second, 100 fly, 58.38 and third, 200 IM, 2:19.38; Ford, second, 100 back, 1:05.54 and third, 200 free, 55.83; Preston Kuppler, Gavin McMahon, Luke Bryant and Adrian Guzman, second, 200 medley relay, 1:57.48; Bladyn Cardinal, Ford, Kelsey and Schmidt, second, 400 free relay, 3:49.22; Wielgoszinski, third, 200 free, 2:01.27; Bryant, third, 50 free, 25.36; Roney, third, 100 fly, 1:01.85; Bryant, McMahon, Kelsey and Cardinal, third, 200 free relay, 1:42.17; and Wielgoszinski, Marlon D’Onorio De Meo, Nick Whitaker and Emmett Willhite, third, 400 free relay, 4:17.50.

Other top finishes for the Madison girls were: Stoner, second, 50 free, 28.37 and third, 100 free, 1:04.55; Nay, second, 100 fly, 1:09.69 and second, 100 back, 1:13.91; Grady, second, 100 free, 1:03.27 and second, 100 breast, 1:28.27; Katie Royce, second, 500 free, 6:38.59 and third, 200 free, 2:24.80; Nay, Grady, Lynch and Stoner, second, 200 medley relay, 2:11.12; Callie Anderson, third, 200 IM, 2:56.09; Tabetha Jameison, third, 100 back, 1:19.34; Anderson, Andie Royce-Miller, Jameison and Royce, third, 200 free relay, 2:09.19 and third, 400 free relay, 4:49.54.

Madison hosts Scottsburg next Tuesday.