Rasmussen finishes help JHS to fifth placeColt Rasmussen led the Jamestown High School boys swimming and diving team to fifth place at the Minot Invite on Saturday.
Colt Rasmussen led the Jamestown High School boys swimming and diving team to fifth place at the Minot Invite on Saturday.
The Blue Jays scored 233 points, well behind meet-winner Minot, which posted 587 points. Century (537), Grand Forks (328) and Mandan (269) followed, respectively.
Rasmussen took second in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1 minute, 54.48 seconds. He also finished second in the 500 freestyle with 5:23.08. Braydon Love placed in both events, taking fourth in the 200 freestyle and sixth in the 500 freestyle.
Jamestown’s 400 freestyle relay finished third with a 3:37.25, while the 200 freestyle relay team swam a 1:40.79 for fourth place. Rounding out the placers was Riley Thom, who scored 320.25 points to take fourth in diving. The Blue Jays host Williston in a dual on Friday. On Saturday, Jamestown will host a meet. The last item on Jamestown’s home schedule follows on Feb. 5, with a triangular against Moorhead (Minn.) and Fargo South.
Minot Invitational Team scores
1. Minot 587; 2. Bismarck Century 537; 3. Grand Forks 328; 4. Mandan 269; 5. Jamestown 233; 6. Williston 203. 7. Bismarck 130.
Jamestown top six results.
200 freestyle: 2. Colt Rasmussen, Jamestown, 1:54.48. 4. Braydon Love, Jamestown, 1:59.60. 500 freestyle: 2. Colt Rasmussen, 5:23.08; 6. Braydon Love, Jamestown, 5:33.16. 200 freestyle relay: 4. Jamestown, 1:40.79; 400 freestyle relay: 3. Jamestown, 3:37.25 1-meter diving: 4. Riley Thom, Jamestown, 320.25