The Noblesville Millers took second place in their four-way meet on Tuesday night. Photo by Bret Richardson
The Noblesville Millers took second place in their four-way meet on Tuesday night. Photo by Bret Richardson
The Noblesville boys' and girls' swim teams sprinted to runner-up finishes on Tuesday night in their four-way meet with North Central, Cathedral and University.

The girls' team won four events and scored 176.5 points to place second behind North Central, which netted 211.5 team points.

The North Central Lady Panthers won eight events overall.

Cathedral was third in the girls' standings with 102 points, and University was fourth.

North Central swept the night as the boys' team collected seven first-place medals and 211 team points.

Noblesville wasn't far behind with five first-place finishers and 190 points. Cathedral came in third with 99 points, and University rounded out the standings in fourth place.

The Lady Millers were led by Alyssa Conley, who won two individual events and was also part of the program's winning 200-yard freestyle relay team.

Conley took first in the 200 free with a time of 1:58.41. She was first in the 500 free with a time of 5:23.12.

The 200 freestyle relay team comprised of Conley, Julie Kaess, Samantha Cripe and Emily Christophersen finished ahead of the field with a time of 1:43.43.

Kate Holtkamp was the top swimmer in the 100 butterfly, winning the race in 1:00.6.

Luke Conner was a double-winner for the Millers' boys, taking first in the 100 breaststroke (59.96) and in the 200 individual medley at 2:01.46.

Jake Seyfried won the 100 backstroke with a lightning 57.26 swim, and Nathan Olberding was first in the 200 free at 1:48.70.

Drew Sarabyn won the team's fifth event in the 500 free with a time of 5:10.58.