KINGMAN - In the final prep swim meet at the Del E. Webb Wellness Center for this season, the Kingman Academy girls went 3-0 in dominating fashion Thursday against Kingman, Bullhead City MALC and San Luis.
The Lady Tigers beat a larger rostered San Luis 76-66, took down MALC 78-8, and got past Kingman, 72-26.
The Bulldogs' boys team went 1-1, beating MALC 95-35 but falling to San Luis. The Lady Bulldogs went 1-2 with a win over MALC, 30-8.
The Academy girls took nine of the 11 first-place finishes. The Lady Tigers took first in the 200-yard medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays. Stasi White won two events, the 200 and 500 freestyles. Montana Carrier took the 200 individual medley, Sofia Depner won the 100 butterfly, Kayleigh Wright claimed the 100 backstroke, and Victoria Depner was first in the 100 breaststroke.
Kingman's Meghan Yingling won the other two girls events. She was first in the 50 and 100 freestyles.
The KHS boys team won five of 11 events. The Bulldogs won the 400 freestyle relay. Chance Robertson won twice, taking the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke. Conner Mahlmeister captured the 100 freestyle, and Mark Symonds took the 500 freestyle.
Kingman and the Academy will swim at the Colorado River Region Championships in Yuma Friday and Saturday, which is also a last chance for swimmers to earn qualifying marks for the upcoming state championship meet.
Lee Williams nips Lake Havasu
In the final match of the season, Lee Williams edged Lake Havasu 169-171 Thursday at Valle Vista Country Club.
Havasu's Eric Neal won medalist with a 37 for the nine-hole match. Lee Williams' Brandon Carver (40) was second and was followed by Corey Smith (41), Richard Serrano (42) and Cole Morton (46) to round out the Vols' scoring.
"I'm proud of the boys and their effort," said LWHS boys golf coach Stephen Shuffler. "Valle Vista is in great shape and beating Havasu is always nice."
Lee Williams is currently second in Division II, Section VII, which means the Vols may just miss the team cut for state. Smith currently is the only Vol qualified for individual state, but LWHS plays at the Mingus Invitational at the end of the week for another qualifying opportunity.
LWHS bounces back over Havasu
After experiencing a tough loss Tuesday to Kingman, Lee Williams (8-8, 2-3) bounced back to beat Lake Havasu 25-23, 25-12, 26-28, 25-19 in D-III, Section II action Thursday at LWHS.
Sadie Snay led the Lady Vols with 22 assists, 12 digs, 11 kills and seven aces. Holly McFadyen had a team-high 13 kills and added four blocks.
Freshman Kaylee Bond recorded seven kills, Sidney Clark dug up 16 balls and Mya Radler had four blocks.
Lee Williams hosts No. 1 Parker (15-0) in the final home match of the season at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
In other volleyball action, Kingman lost to Paradise Honors 3-2 Thursday in Phoenix. No other details were available.
The Lady Bulldogs host Youngker Tuesday in their final home match.