Boys swimming

Braden Nyboer, Catholic

Nyboer, a junior, played one of the lead roles for the Bears in their victory at one of last weekend’s Capital City Swim League regular-season meets. He had a winning time of 2:03.22 in the 200 IM and went on to win the 500 freestyle in 4:58.31 in Catholic’s only scheduled CCSL regular-season meet.

“I think it (meet) was a good start to the season for me and for the team,” Nyboer said. “But there is still a lot we want to accomplish. I like both events, but the 500 is my favorite. With work on the little things — like turns — I know I can be better.”

Girls swimming

Bethany Seagraves, St. Joseph’s

Segraves was one of the double winners who helped the Redstickers run away with the girls team title at one of last weekend’s Capital City Swim League meets. The junior won the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes, 21.27 seconds and later won the 100 backstroke in 1:03.17.

“I’m very pleased with how the team did, since it was the first league meet,” Seagraves said. “We had some fast times. The backstroke is one of things I pride myself on. I was happy with how I swam it, but I know I’ll need to go faster.”