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December 9, 2013

Prep Roundup


Fairfield 17 11 18 13 — 59

3-point goals: Prairie Heights 3 (Lewis 2, Dunafin). Fairfield5 (jKieper 4, Zook0.

Rebounds: Prairie Heights 17 (Carbone 6). Fairfield 19 (Brown 6).

Assists: Fairfield 9 (Zook 3).

Steals: Prairie Heights 1 (Dunafin). Fairfield 11 (Mast 3).

Turnovers: Prairie Heights 18, Fairfield 21.

Records: Fairfield (5-1, 3-0 NECC) at Lakeland Friday, Dec. 13.

JV: Fairfield won 42-6. (Fairfield: Janelle Miller 20).

Black Swish defeated on the road

The NorthWood Black Swish dropped a 59-43 decision Saturday at LaPorte.

LaPorte 59, NorthWood 43

NORTHWOOD — Taitlyn Trenshaw 0, Andrea Tuttle 0, Tori Schwartz 0, Jordyn Frantz 8, Kaylee Haynes 0, Haley Roe 8, Inger Yoder 4, Ashley Yoder 0, Taylor Felstra 4, McKayla Felstra 0, Shyla Southern 0, Tif Alexander 5, Morgan Olson 14. Totals: 12 18-26 43.

LAPORTE — Nicole Konieczny 14, Kyleigh Kubik 11, Jaclyn Heath 8, Savannah Vaughn 0, Taylor Thompson 10, Delanie Alcorn 5, Kelsey Gushrowski 5, Jacklyn Colburn 6, Kate Ulmer 0. Totals: 25 3-7 59.

NorthWood 12 12 13 6 — 43

LaPorte 22 18 12 7 — 59

3-point goals: LaPorte 6 (Thompson 2, Konieczny, Kubik, Heath, Alcorn). NorthWood 1 (Roe).

Rebounds: NorthWood — iYoder 7, Alexander 6.

Assists: NorthWood — Olson 2.

Steals: NorthWood — Roe 2.

Turnovers: LaPorte 8, NorthWood 16.

Girls Swimming

Boyer leads Northridge

Sydney Boyer was an individual double winners for the Northridge Raiders in a 105 1/2-80 1/2 win over Concord in an NLC meet Saturday at Northridge. Ashely Schorck won a pair of events for Concord.


200 medley relay — Concord (Mariah DeFeese, Ashley Schrock, Rachel Enright, Kenzie Wright) 1:57.89, Northridge 2:01, Northridge 2:16.52.

200 freestyle — Katie Hughes (N) 1:56.64, Tessa Peter (N) 2:05.42, Peyton Miller (C) 2:06.29, Rachel Enright (C) 2:11.46, Allison Lantz (N) 2:24.27.

200 individual medley — Ashley Schrock (C) 2:13.21, Amelia Helmuth (N) 2:31.04, Nikki Wiley (N) 2:31.14, Miranda VanCoppenolle (N) 2:33.80, Taylor Schrock (C) 2:58.42.

50 freestyle — Sydney Boyer (N) 25.75, Kenzie Wright (C) 25.87, August Hartzell (25.99), Mariah DeFreese (C) 26.22, Lauren Boone (C) 30.49.

Diving — Lauren Boone (C) 226.10, Jenna Denlinger (N) 209.90, Danielle Brown (N) 145.15, Cassie Leas (C) 145.15, Rylee Dahlman (N) 143.25.

100 butterfly — August Hartzell (N) 1:04.08, Heather Johnson (C) 1:14.16, Madison Kenyon (N) 1:15.20, Jordan Weaver (C) 1:15.64, Megan Campbell (N) 1:17.03.

100 freestyle — Katie Hughes (N) 55.21, Sydney Shuff (C) 57.22, Kenzie Wright (C) 57.54, Sydney Petersheim (N) 1:00.36, Allison Lantz (N) 1:07.72.

500 freestyle — Tessa Peter (N) 5:30.53, Rachel Enright (C) 5:43.29, Peyton Miller (C) 5:46.63, Miranda VanCoppenolle (N) 5:55.63, MAdison Kenyon (N) 6:20.29.

200 freestyle relay — Northridge (Sydney Boyer, August Hartzell, Tessa Peter, Katie Hughes) 1:43.09, Concord 1:43.17, Concord 1:58.81

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