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February 3, 2013

PREP GIRLS SWIMMING: Raiders regain title

Northridge wins sectional crown in its own pool

(Continued)

MIDDLEBURY — Sectional Finals

200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Concord (Mariah DeFreese, Ashley Schrock, Laura Housman, McKenzie Wright) 1:51.93; 2, Wawasee (Elizabeth Rozow, Hannah Winters, Mikala Mawhorter, Rachel Rozow) 1:57.09; 3, Goshen (Claire Palczynski, Lynnsey James, Natalie Evans, Heather Ronci) 1:57.37; 4, Elkhart Central (Rebecca Hasler, Caroline Oakley, Emily Cutcliffe, Hannah Miers) 1:57.41; 5, Northridge (Anela Helmuth, Nikki Willey, Ashley Owens, Tessa Peter) 1:56.58; ); 6, East Noble (Alyn Clark, Kari Guthrie, Ashley Nichols, MacKenzye Daffron-Koebler) 1:59.21; 7, Elkhart Memorial (Taylor Kendall, Rachel Collins, Carlie Manges, Delaney Gilbert) 2:10.73; 8, NorthWood (Katelyn Davis, Jamie McBride, Natalie Hostetler, Crystal Wise) 2:12.20; 9, Angola (Sarah Wilson, Brook Ice, Sydney Robinson, Maria Clemens) 2:13.61; 10, DeKalb (Sara High, Nicole Gillespie, Nicholk Vonholten, Kara Robinett) 2:15.10).

200-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Breanna Robinson (Wawasee) 1:50.76; 2, Brittney Walters (Northridge) 1:53.40; 3, Peyton Miller (Concord) 2:00.55; 4, Hayley Ronci (Goshen) 2:01.22; 5, Tessa Peter (Northridge) 2:01.38; 6, Kendra Miller (Wawasee) 2:02.53; 7, Avery Smith (Concord) 2:03.53; 8, Rachel Enright (Concord) 2:03.63; 9, Emma Hussey (Goshen) 2:04.68; 10, Emily Cutcliffe (Elkhart Central) 2:07.27; 11, Heather Ronci (Goshen) 2:09.67; 12, Rainelle Menges (Elkhart Memorial) 2:12.44; 13, Jamie McBride (NorthWood) 2:12.75; 14, Isabella Staltari (Northridge) 2:12.75; 15, Lexi Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 2:12.97; 16, Taylor Musialik (Elkhart Memorial) 2:15.02.

200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Ashley Schrock (Concord) 2:13.39; 2, Kayla Hershberger (Wawasee) 2:15.74; 3, Laura Housman (Concord) 2:16.68; 4, Rebecca Hasler (Elkhart Central) 2:18.83; 5, Caroline Oakley (Elkhart Central) 2:22.67; 5, Kari Guthrie (East Noble) 2:24.37; 6, Cassidy Manning (Wawasee) 2:25.46; 8, Nikki Willey (Northridge) 2:26.68; 9, Caitlin Clevenger (Wawasee) 2:27.92; 10, Courtney Clark (Northridge) 2:28.58; 11, Ashley Nichols (East Noble) 2:30.32; 12, Jenna Crane (Elkhart Memorial) 2:30.59; 13, Miranda Vancoppenolle (Northridge) 2:31.65; 14, Natalie Hetler (Goshen) 2:31.88; 15, MacKenzie Bilbrey (Goshen) 2:35.07; 16, Laura Olivo (Goshen) 2:37.53.

50-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, McKenzie Wright (Concord) 24.88; 2, Brittani Grove (Northridge) 24.91; 3, Kendra Miller (Wawasee) 24,94; 4, Mariah DeFreese (Concord) 25.12; 5, Hannah Miers (Elkhart Central) 25,52; 6, Sydney Shuff (Concord) 25.57; 7, Sydney Boyer (Northridge) 25.64; 8, Mikala Mawhorter (Wawasee) 26.17; 9, Natalie Evans (Goshen) 25.66; 10, MacKenzye Daffron-Koebler (East Noble) 25.73; 11, Olivia Wenger (Goshen) 26..22; 12,

Molly Hilly (Goshen) 26.94; 13, Shelby Mecklenberg (Elkhart Central) 27.72; 14, Mackenzie Simmons (Angola) 27.79; 15, Mackenzie Corbin (East Noble) 27.90; 16, Sam Bontrager (Wawasee) 28.19.

DIVING — 1, Melissa Berger (NorthWood) 474.40 points (sectional record breaks 446.15 by Jamie Denlinger in 2011); 2, Alexandra Roskos (Elkhart Memorial) 420.20; 3, Jenna Denlinger (Northridge) 403.60; 4, Emily Yoder (Goshen) 378.65; 5, Kate Cobb (Elkhart Central) 375.20; 6, Mikayla Sprauge (Goshen) 346.85; 7, Logan Williams (Elkhart Memorial) 341.20; 8, Tori Sylvester (Wawasee) 316.00; 9, Madelyn Flager (Northridge) 301.00; 10, Danielle Brown (Northridge) 299.85; 11, Carly Losee (Elkhart Central) 286.75; 12, Elaine Kiefer (Elkhart Memorial) 281.95; 13, Cassondra Leas (Concord) 280.60; 14, Sirahia Ostermeyer (East Noble) 272.50; 15, Caitlyn Nettrouer (NorthWood) 253.50; 16, Tori Schwartz (NorthWood) 248.35.

100-YARD BUTTERFLY — 1, Natalie Evans (Goshen) 58.67; 2, Laura Housman (Concord) 1:01.66; 3, Ashley Owens (Northridge) 1:02.28; 4, Mikala Mawhorter (Wawasee) 1:03.98; 5, Emily Cutcliffe (Elkhart Central) 1:04.56; 6, Rachel Rozow (Wawasee) 1:05.04; 7, Ashley Nichols (East Noble) 1:07.41; 8, Molly Hill (Goshen) 1:)7.51; 9, Megan Campbell (Northridge) 1:10.23; 10, Gale Immel (Goshen) 1:10.90; 11, Cassidy Manning (Wawasee) 1:11.13; 12, Carlie Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 1:11.93; 13, Anela Helmuth (Northridge) 1:12.46; 14, Estella Donis (Concord) 15, tie, Sydney Robinson (Angola) and Nichol Vonholten (DeKalb) 1:16.27.

100-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Breanna Robinson (Wawasee) 51.29; 2, McKenzie Wright (Concord) 54.19; 3, tie, Brittani Grove (Northridge) and MacKenzye Daffron-Koebler (East Noble) 55.55; 5, Elizabeth Rozow (Wawasee) 55.87; 6, Sydney Boyer (Northridge) 55.89; 7, Hannah Miers (Elkhart Central) 57.89; 8, Olivia Wenger (Goshen) 58.23; 9, Heather Ronci (Goshen) 59.64; 10, Surae Woods-Cross (Goshen) 1:00.72; 11, Rainelle Menges (Elkhart Memorial) 1:00.85; 12, Catherine Brown (Elkhart Central) 1:01.52; 13, Delaney Gilbert (Elkhart Memorial) 1:01.53; 14, Sydney Petersheim (Northridge)

1:02.46; 15, Shelby Mecklenberg (Elkhart Central) 1:03.24; 16, Alyn Clark (East Noble) 1:05.72.

500-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Brittney Walters (Northridge) 5:00.54; 2, Tessa Peter (Northridge) 5:22.55; 3, Peyton Miller (Concord) 5:24.94; 4, Hayley Ronci (Goshen) 5:26.40; 5, Rachel Enright (Concord) 5:26.47; 6, Emma Hussey (Goshen) 5:35.30; 7, Kayla Hershberger (Wawasee) 5:36.07; 8, Avery Smith (Concord) 5:38.87; 9, Jenna Crane (Elkhart Memorial) 5:40.25; 10, Miranda Vancoppenolle (Northridge) 5:49.52; 11, Lexi Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 6:01.63; 12, Hannah Winters (Wawasee) 6:03.55; 13, Katie Younghans (Goshen) 6:09.70; 14, Taylor Musialik (Elkhart Memorial) 6:12.33; 15, Natalie Hostetler (NorthWood) 6:15.22; 16, Jennifer Slabaugh (Wawasee) 6:16.79.

200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Concord (Ashley Schrock, Mariah DeFreese, Sydney Shuff, McKenzie Wright) 1:38.17; 2, Northridge (Brittani Grove, Ashley Owens, Sydney Boyer, Brittney Walters) 1:38.60; 3, Wawasee (Rachel Rozow, Kendra Miller, Kayla Hershberger, Breanna Robinson) 1:38.95; 4, Goshen (Molly Hill, Natalie Evans, Olivia Wenger, Hayley Ronci) 1:47.02; 5, Angola (Mackenzie Simmons, Brook Ice, Hayley Beckwith, Maria Clemens) 1:52.14; 6, Elkhart Central (Katelyn Stout, Sarah Freehafer, Shelby Mecklenberg, Catherine Brown) 1:52.31; 7, East Noble (Elizabeth Maggart,

Mackenzie Corbin, Kristi Brennan, Megan Goldsmith) 1:52.35; 8, Elkhart Memorial (Delaney Gilbert, Rainelle Menges, Jenna Clark, Lexi Manges) 1:52.89; 9, DeKalb (Nicole Gillespie, Nichol Vonholten, Reena Ramos, Bernadette Mock) 2:01.69; 10, NorthWood (Kenzie Baker-Ott, Caitlyn Nettrouer, Tori Schwartz, Brianna Tuttle) 2:12.21.

100-YARD BACKSTROKE — 1, Elizabeth Rozow (Wawasee) 1:01.48; 2, Rebecca Hasler (Elkhart Central) 1:02.00; 3, Mariah DeFreese (Concord) 1:04.47; 4, Claire Palczynski (Goshen) 1:05.11; 5, Anela Helmuth (Northridge) 1:06.82; 6, Mackenzie Corbin (East Noble) 1:07.84; 7, Caitlin Clevenger (Wawasee) 1:08.29; 8, Sydney Shuff (Concord) 1:08.34; 9, Sam Bontrager (Wawasee) 1:09.69; 10, Courtney Clark (Northridge) 1:09.82; 11, Isabella Staltari (Northridge) 1:10.79; 12, Carlie Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 1:10.82; 13, Maggie Walters (Goshen) 1:11.45; 14, Emily Aungst (East Noble) 1:12.67; 15, Katelyn Davis (NorthWood) 1:12.82; 16, Surae Woods-Cross (Goshen) 1:13.50.

100-YARD BREASTSTROKE — 1, Ashley Schrock (Concord) 1:07.88; 2, Ashley Owens (Northridge) 1:10.25; 3, Kari Guthrie (East Noble) 1:10.44; 4, Rachel Rozow (Wawasee) 1:11.71; 5, Nikki Willey (Northridge) 1:12.72; 6, Lynnsey James (Goshen) 1:16.23; 7, Caroline Oakley (Elkhart Central) 1:16.25; 8, Hannah Winters (Wawasee) 1:16.81; 9, Megan Campbell (Northridge) 1:16.73; 10, Alyn Clark (East Noble) 1:18.85; 11, Mackenzie Bilbrey (Goshen) 1:19.89; 12, Emma Donahoe (Wawasee) 1:19.91; 13, Jamie McBride (NorthWood) 1:20.20; 14, Nicole Gillespie (DeKalb) 1:20.23; 15, Taylor Kendall (Elkhart Memorial) 1:20.54; 16, Laura Olivo (Goshen) 1:22.47.

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (Sydney Boyer, Tessa Peter, Brittani Grove, Brittney Walters) 3:37.80; 2, Wawasee (Kayla Hershberger, Elizabth Rozow, Kendra Miller, Breanna Robinson) 3:30.55; 3, Concord (Laura Housman, Rachel Enright, Avery Smith, Peyton Miller) 3:46.71; 4,

Goshen (Emma Hussey, Heather Ronci. Olivia Wenger, Hayley Ronci) 3:56.18; 5, Elkhart Central (Emily Cutcliffe, Hannah Miers, Caroline Oakley, Rebecca Hasler) 3:56.29; 6, East Noble (Ashley Nichols, MacKenzye Daffron-Koebler, Alyn Clark, Kari Guthrie) 3:59.91; 7, Elkhart Memorial (Taylor Musialik, Jenna Crane, Lexi Manges, Carlie Manges) 4:07.61; 8, Angola (Catherine Stout, Jana Olson, Taylor Raugh, Sydney Robinson) 4:25.77; 9, NorthWood (Jamie McBride, Katelyn Davis, Kenzi Basker-Ott, Natalie Hostetler) 4:30.06; 10, DeKalb (Nichol Vonholten, Makayla Rieke, Sara High, Kara Robinett) 4:38.18.



 

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