Gena Jorgenson led the way for the Aberdeen Swim Club at the Summer High Point Swim Meet this weekend, winning seven individual races.
She was also part of two winning relay teams.
Jorgenson had 156 points in the 17-19 women’s division to finish top of the standings. She was just ahead of teammate Lilly Grebner, who had 150 points.
On Friday, Jorgenson picked up victories in the 200-meter freestyle and 1,500-meter freestyle.
On Saturday, she continued her success by winning the 400-meter freestyle, 200-meter backstroke and 400-meter individual medley. She also teamed with Grebner, Alexia Hoven and Halle Kuck to win the 200-meter medley relay.
Sunday was no different as Jorgenson won three more events including the 800m freestyle, 100m backstroke and 200m freestyle relay with Kuck, Anna Schmidt and Grebner.
Grebner also enjoyed success for the Aberdeen Swim Club, winning the 100m freestyle and 100m butterfly on Saturday. She also won the 200-meter individual medley and 200-meter freestyle and placed second in the 100-meter breaststroke.
Ryan Schmidt, 12, won six individual races for the Stingrays, including the 200-meter freestyle, 200-meter individual medley, 100-meter freestyle, 50-meter butterfly, 400-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly .
He was also part of the winning team in the mixed 200m freestyle with Lula Karst, Easton Ketterling and Annie Bindenagel.
Schmidt was the top swimmer in the boys 11-12 division with 151.5 points.
Six-year-old Evelyn Brudvig finished first in her division after winning the 100-metre freestyle, 50-metre backstroke, 50-metre freestyle and 100-metre backstroke. She scored 80 points in girls 6 and under.
More than 475 swimmers from North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and South Dakota competed at the Aberdeen Aquatic Center.