The Hononegah boys swimming/diving team celebrated their sectional win on Saturday, Feb. 18 on Saturday, Feb. 18, after winning the Byron IHSA Sectional Swim and Dive Championship.

The Hononegah Indians topped off their season with a big win in Byron on Satur-day, Feb. 18. They won the IHSA Sectional Swim and Dive Championship by a margin of more than 70 points to claim the sectional title.
The Indians tallied 245.5 points with Byron claiming second place with 171 points. The Boylan Titans were third with 168.5 points and Guilford was fourth at 154. Other scores were Sterling, 144; Freeport, 118; Auburn, 116; Belvidere, 89; Rockford Christian, 78; Jefferson, 49.5; Harlem, 28; Sterling Newman Central Catholic, 14.5 and Rockford East, 4.
The Indians went 1-2 in two different races to push them way out in front of the pack early in the meet. In the 50 Yard Freestyle, it was seniors Zac Amenda and Cole Harner who tallied 29 points when they came in first and second with times of 22.11 and 22.53, respectively.
Amenda’s finish was fast enough to claim a new school record in the event and he will move on to the IHSA State Championship on Friday in Winnetka, IL.
Later in the 100 Yard Freestyle, it was Camden Leonard (sophomore) and Dylan Anderson (senior) who also claimed first and second; Leonard posted a time of 48.77 and Anderson finished in 49.79. Leonard will also move on to the state championship next weekend.
Sending two swimmers to the state championship wasn’t good enough for the Indians.

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