PENDLETON, Ind. —
Maydak said there were a lot of girls that jumped out at him in their swims, but freshman Madison Brand was impressive in her first high-school meet.
“Madison Brand, new freshman for us in her first high school meet, was outstanding,” said the Pendleton Heights coach. “She had three first-places and a second, but her times were off the chart. She had three personal bests, and they were not even close. So to do that out the gate was outstanding.”
Maydak also said Madison Kordes' times were great, and it was a testament to the hard work she put in over the summer. He also said junior Micalah Booher and freshman Kristen Amrine swam really well.
He said this meet was nice, but it’s too early to tell how good this team can be going forward.
“Momentum is only as good as the next opponent,” he said. “I feel pretty good about this team. We set some pretty lofty goals. I’m not 100 percent (sure) they’re all achievable, but we’re certainly going to do our darndest to get there.”
Maydak came into this meet with 99 wins and walked away with 100, but you can rest assured it is 100 and counting.