Capping a solid campaign with an influx of promising young talent, the Twinsburg boys and girls swimming teams competed well at a difficult district meet.

A host of Tigers performed well at the Cleveland State University Division I District Championships Feb 15 at CSU’s Busbey Natatorium.

Gifted senior Evan Bartel finished 23rd overall at districts in the 200-yard freestyle race with an outstanding time of 1 minute and 50.24 seconds.

That mark bettered his seed time as Bartel excelled at CSU.

At sectionals, Bartel raced to a 12th-place finish in the 200-yard free race with a clocking of 1:51.52.

Leading the Twinsburg girls’ squad at districts was promising freshman standout Meredith Bartel, who is Evan Bartel’s sister.

Meredith Bartel registered a blazing fast time of 1:15.20 to place 26th overall at CSU in the 100-yard breaststroke. That time was much faster than her mark of 1:16.91 at sectional action.

Coming into districts, Meredith Bartel was ranked 35th and she touched much faster than a slew of opponents at CSU.

Senior Madison Zelenka also competed at districts for the Tigers.

Zelenka touched 38th overall in districts in the 100-yard backstroke with a clocking of 1:09.53.

In sectional action, Zelenka touched 10th in the University of Akron finals in the girls’ 100-yard backstroke competition to reach districts.