Mustang returns from Christmas break with two meets in four days; Now preparing for postseason action

Swimming, Winter Sports

Trey Hunter

January 12, 2024
Ace Seck (So.) helped lead the 400-yard freestyle relay team to a first-place finish at the Bison Invitational on Jan. 6 at the Mitch Park YMCA in Edmond. The Broncos have just the COAC meet remaining before regionals and the Class 6A State Championship Meet. (Photo by Shelly Holinsworth / Freelance Action Photography)

The Mustang Broncos returned from Christmas Break last week, hitting the pool for two meets in four days after nearly a month away.

The Broncos swam in the Bison Invitational and the Putnam City Invitational – both held at the Mitch Park YMCA in Edmond.

Mustang came away with two wins and multiple top-10 finishes at the Bison Invitational.

The Broncos tallied the two victories, both in relays, and produced three runner-up performances.

The 200-yard medley relay team of Parker Campbell (Sr.), Gavin Davis (Sr.), Mason Scott (Jr.), and Dominic Tonn (So.) clocked in at 1:49.24 for their win while Scott, Campbell, Davis, and Ace Seck (Jr.) finished first in the 400-yard freestyle with a time of 3:33.88.

The 200-yard freestyle team of Campbell, Seck, Tonn, and Skyler Fair (Sr.) also had success, finishing runner-up with a time of 1:38.00.

Austin Price (Sr.) placed sixth in the 500-yard freestyle at the Bison Invitational on Jan. 6 in Edmond. Price and the Broncos have just the COAC Meet remaining before regionals and the Class 6A State Championship Meet. (Photo by Shelly Holinsworth / Freelance Action Photography)

Scott and Tonn finished with the team’s best performances individually, both finishing runner-up in separate events.

Tonn finished second in the 200-yard medley, finishing in 2:14.70. Scott finished second in the 100-yard butterfly, clocking in at :57.73, and also finished third in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 1:00.31.

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The Broncos had nine other top-10 marks, including a sixth-place swim by Austin Price (Sr.) in the 500-yard freestyle. He also finished fourth in the 200-yard medley while Dalton Le (Jr.) finished seventh.

Le also finished seventh in the 100-yard butterfly while Seck finished fourth. Davis and Fair finished fifth and seventh in the 100-yard freestyle while Campbell and Jackson Fogt (So.) finished sixth and ninth in the 100-yard backstroke.


Mustang tallied nine top-10 times in its final meet before postseason competition begins.

Scott and Davis posted a pair of individual runner-up times and helped lead the 400-freestyle relay team to second place.

Scott finished second in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of :56.82 while Davis clocked in at 1:06.20 for runner-up in the 100-yard breaststroke. The duo, along with Fair and Campbell, helped lead the 400-freestyle relay team to second place with a time of 3:37.18.

Scott also added a third-place swim in the 100-yard backstroke as well as the 200-yard freestyle relay team of Le, Fair, Price, and Campbell.

Le finished fourth in the 100-yard butterfly and seventh in the 200-yard medley. Price finished fifth in the medley while Davis finished fifth in the 100-yard freestyle.

Campbell, Davis, Scott, and Tonn rounded things out for Mustang with a fourth-place finish in the 200-yard medley relay.


The Broncos take just over a full week off before hitting the pool for the Central Oklahoma Athletics Conference Meet at the Mitch Park YMCA on Jan. 20.

Followed by the COAC Meet is Regionals on Feb. 3 at Mitch Park and then the State Meet on Feb. 16-17 at Jenks.

Coach Tony Evans says the COAC Meet will be a good measuring stick heading into regionals and state. He still sees a few spots up for grabs heading into the final weeks.

“It’s really what we’ve talked about all season,” Evans said. “We have a lot of depth, so we should be able to put out three strong relays at regionals and state. We have some kids that deserve to swim in two of those events, but because of how many strong swimmers we have, they may be in just one.

“We’ll get things figured out at the COAC and get things solidified. We’re close to having a good gameplan for regionals.”

Published by trey hunter

Trey Hunter is the owner and publisher of the Mustang Sports Review. He graduated from Mustang High School in 2006 before graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma with a journalism degree in 2011. He has covered Mustang sports for multiple publications as well as high school sports and professional basketball for other outlets. Contact Trey for story ideas or reach out with information. PHONE: (405) 659-9898 EMAIL:

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