The Beaumont School swimming and diving team took sixth of nine teams at the North Coast League Swimming and Diving Championships.
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Host Gilmour Academy won the meet with 143 points, 50 ahead of runner-up Archbishop Hoban. Walsh Jesuit took third with 81 points and Saint Joseph Academy was three points behind the Warriors in fourth place.
Lake Catholic was the only other school to finish in front of Beaumont as the Cougars edged the Blue Streaks, 56-46.
Padua (33), Villa Angela-St. Joseph (11) and Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (eight) rounded out the field.
Diving was held on Thursday (Jan. 24) at Valley Forge High School and senior Layah Hodges started the team off by taking fifth place and adding four points.
On Saturday (Jan. 26), the 200 free relay quartet of Ellia Lisac, Maria Jones, Camryn Koonce and Sophie Eyerman took third with a time of 1:50.97 to add 12 points to the team score.
Jones and Koonce later joined True Robinson and Mateja Rudmann to finish sixth in the 200 medley relay (2:03.76).
Beaumont added another six points with an additional sixth place finish in a relay as the 400 free group of Eyerman, Ellie Hanna, Ella Lisac and Audrey Zorman finished in 4:10.07.
Individually, Koonce was fourth in the 100 fly (1:07.81) and eighth in the 100 back (1:08.83).
Jones added a sixth in the 100 fly (1:10.69), Hanna was sixth in the 500 free (6:04.99) and Robinson was sixth to touch in the 100 breast (1:17.17).
Zorman was eighth in both the 100 breast (1:17.24) and 500 free (6:05.64) and Rudmann added a point in the 50 free (27.52).