BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls swimming team had no problems staying afloat on Tuesday.
The Lumberjacks claimed more than half of the top-three finishes up for grabs in a home triangular against Thief River Falls and Perham/New York Mills, rolling to victory in the process.
BHS finished with 543 points, while the Prowlers had 468 and the Yellowjackets 344.
That distinguishment came with four first-place marks, as well. Junior Nicki Son had half, winning the 200-yard freestyle in 2:16.29 and the 500 freestyle in 6:05.31. Miranda Port won the 200 IM in 2:32.58, while the 400 freestyle relay team of Laura Davis, Amber Korbel, Sophie Jones and Riley McCarthy also took the top spot in 4:09.20.
Bemidji’s best team performance came in the 200 IM, where the Jacks filled up the top four spots. Alongside Port, Davis was second (2:33.73), McCarthy third (2:37.38) and Jones fourth (2:37.55).
BHS also claimed all top-three spots in the 400 freestyle relay. Port, Son, Kayleigh Hickman and Danielle Gray finished in 4:17.09 for second, while Ellie Hoover, Halii Melcher, Demi Fisher and Emily Vincent clocked in at 4:31.97 for third.
BHS will be back in the pool at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, for a dual at Warroad.
1-Bemidji 543; 2-Thief River Falls 468; 3-Perham/New York Mills 344.