While its overall team finish wasn't the best, Lansing girls' swim coach Mona Hauver still found the bright side to a gloomy outing Thursday.
“It wasn't our best, but we did have a few girls compete well,” Hauver said. “Right now, we are just trying really hard to get as many consideration times as possible. That is our main focus.”
At the Turner Invite, the Lady Lions finished sixth in the eight-team competition.
Top Lansing performers included Ally Hecht nailing down fourth in the 500 free and the team's 200 free relay foursome of Danielle Dunn, JoLee Rosario, Rachael Woody and Cynnamon Dill placed sixth.
Dunn dropped seven seconds off her butterfly time as well.
Hauver also highlighted Riley Denny and Stephanie Henry in the 100 free as well as Woody and Rosario in the 200 free for recording good times in events that were new to them.
Lansing will next compete at Shawnee Mission East on Tuesday.