Owls split in pool: Girls drop close match; boys win


Tribune photo by Zach Spicer/ Seymour sophomore Maggie Tidd swims the 100 butterfly during Tuesday's home meet against New Albany.

During the past few seasons, the Seymour and New Albany girls swimming and diving teams have had some close matchups, whether that be in the regular season or the postseason.

The two schools met Tuesday at the Seymour Aquatic Center, and New Albany was able to pull out a 95-90 victory. The boys meet, though, was easily won by the home team, 132-49.

“I always tell them, ‘You can’t dictate who you swim against. But you can dictate how well you perform individually,’” Owls coach Dave Boggs said. “That’s all we ever worry about. That’s always been our philosophy here at Seymour.”

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