What a way to start the season.
Peyton Rossi. Photo by Harrison Athletics.
(Harrison, Oh.) – A Harrison High School student-athlete is off to a blazing start this swimming season.
On Tuesday, freshman Peyton Rossi broke the school record in the 200 individual medley during the Wildcats’ first meet of the season against Lawrenceburg.
Rossi recorded a time of 2:24.99, breaking the previous record of 2:29.51 which was set by Aimee Glindmeyers in 2005.
The Harrison girls will take to the pool again on Saturday, December 4 at the Lawrenceburg Invitational.
@WHHHSAquaCats @aqua_wildcats1 @wildcatsofhhs @HarrisonWildcat Congrats to Freshman Swimmer Peyton Rossi who broke Aimee Glindmeyers 2005 200 IM record time of 2:29.51 with a new school record time of 2:24.99. Great start to the season! pic.twitter.com/YolGASRxXl— Mike Brossart (@BrossartCoach) December 2, 2021