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January 13, 2013

PREP GIRLS SWIMMING: Raiders repeat again

Northridge girls swim their way to 12th consecutive NLC crown

(Continued)

MIDDLEBURY — NLC Summary

200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Concord (Mariah DeFreese, Ashley Schrock, Laura Housman, Kenzie Wright) 1:54.48; 2, Warsaw (Malorie Rhienhardt, Ashley Van Wormer, Jessica Sweatland, Margot Rheinhardt) 1:54.94; 3, Northridge (Tessa Peter, Nikki Willey, Ashley Owens, Courtney Clark) 1:59.45; 4, Wawasee (Elizabeth Rozow, Hannah Winters, Rachel Rozow, Caitlin Clevenger) 2:00.25; 5, Goshen (Claire Palczynski, MacKenzie Bilbrey, Natlaie Evans, Heather Ronci) 2:03.73; 6, Elkhart Memorial (Taylor Kendall, Rachel Colllins, Carlie Manges, Delaney Gilbert) 2:12.30; NorthWood (Katleyn Davis, Jamie McBride, Natalie Hostetler, Kenzi Baker-Ott) 2:15.10; 8, Plymouth (Megan Senter, Lauren Page, Lexi Fetters, Layne Holloway) 2:25.58

200-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Brittney Walters (Northridge) 1:50.75 (meet record breaks 1:51.39 by Walters in 2012, pool record breaks 1:51.07 by Bethany Galat of Penn in 2012); 2, Breanna Robinson (Wawasee) 1:50.83; 3, Peyton Miller (Concord) 2:02.52; 4, Kendra Miller (Wawasee) 2:02.30; 5, Cynthia Juarez (Warsaw) 2:04.29; 6, Tessa Peter (Northridge) 2:05.14; 7, Avery Smith (Concord) 2:05.29; 8, Rachel Enright (Concord) 2:07.67; 9, Emma Hussey (Goshen) 2:05.60; 10, Heather Ronci (Goshen) 2:10.60; 11, Isabella Stalari (Northridge) 2:13.60; 12, Jessica Haines (Warsaw) 2:13.80; 13, Lexi Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 2:15.11; 14, Taylor Musialik (Elkhart Memorial) 2:15.39; 15, Jamie McBride (NorthWood) 2:15.47; 16, Megan Senter (Plymouth) 2:18.44.

200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Ashley Schrock (Concord) 2:14.35; 2, Kayla Hershberger (Wawasee) 2:17.41; 3, Laura Housman (Concord) 2:18.22; 4, Ashley Van Wormer (Warsaw) 2:22.35; 5, Hayley Ronci (Goshen) 2:25.58; 6, Nikki Willey (Northridge) 2:28.91; 7, Courtney Clark (Northridge) 2:29.13; 8, Jenna Crane (Elkhart Memorial) 2:30.02; 9, Cassidy Manning (Wawasee) 2:27.44; 10, Caitlin Clevenger (Wawasee) 2:28.73; 11, Jessica Sweatland (Warsaw)

2:29.23; 12, Miranda VanCoppenolle (Northridge) 2:31.67; 13, MacKenzie Bilbrey (Goshen) 2:36.86; 14, Laura Olivo (Goshen) 2:37.81; 15, Meghan Boston (Warsaw) 2:38.41; 16, Taylor Kendall (Elkhart Memorial) 2:38.76.

50-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Brittani Grove (Northridge) 24.41; 2, Kenzie Wright (Concord) 25.20; 3, Kendra Miller (Wawasee) 25.75; 4, Mariah DeFreese (Concord) 25.81; 5, Margot Rheinhardt (Warsaw) 25.97; 6, Sydney Boyer (Northridge) 26.22; 7, Sydney Shuff (Concord) 26.47; 8, Natalie Evans (Goshen) 26.48; 9, Mikala Mawhorter (Wawasee) 26.33; 10, Olivia Wenger (Goshen) 26.98; 11, Erin Sandberg (Warsaw) 27.11; 12, Claire Palczynski (Goshen) 27.56; 13, Layne Holloway (Plymouth) 28.11; 14, Samantha Bontrager (Wawasee) 28.65; 15, Sydney Petersheim (Northridge) 28.68; 16, Tricia Petit (Elkhart Memorial) 28.74.

DIVING — 1, Melissa Berger (NorthWood) 429.55 points; 2, Ally Roskos (Elkhart Memorial) 404.00; 3, Jenna Denlinger (Northridge) 381.30; 4, Emily Yoder (Goshen) 371.05; 5, Mikayla Sprague (Goshen) 345.05; 6, Megan Rody (Elkhart Memorial) 334.30; 7, Logan Williams (Elkhart Memorial) 309.90; 8, Cassie Leas (Concord) 280.50; 9, Danielle Brown (Northridge) 264.55; 10, Madelyn Flager (Northridge) 254.70; 11, Katie Nettrouer (NorthWood) 253.65; 12, Tori Schwartz (NorthWood) 232.20; 13, Emily Ramsey (Concord) 103.95; 14, Cylie Marshall (Warsaw) 158.70; 15, Katie Berg (Plymouth) 133.40.

100-YARD BUTTERFLY — 1, Natalie Evans (Goshen) 1:00.80; 2, Ashley Owens (Northridge) 1:02.93; 3, Laura Housman (Concord) 1:03.72; 4, Mikala Mawhorter (Wawasee) 1:04.72; 5, Rachel Rozow (Wawasee) 1:05.09; 6, Margot Rheinhardt (Warsaw) 1:07.54; 7, Erin Sandberg (Warsaw) 1:08.74; 8, Molly Hill (Goshen) 1:09.80; 9, Megan Campbell (Northridge) 1:10.32; 10, Cassidy Manning (Wawasee); 11, Frankie Lietzan (Goshen) 1:11.81; 12, Anela Helmuth (Northridge) 1:12.13; 13, Lexi Fetters (Plymouth) 1:13.12; 14, Estella Donis (Concord) 1:15.16; 15, Katelyn Davis (NorthWood) 1:18.72.

100-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Breanna Robinson (Wawasee) 51.65 (pool record breaks 52.39 by Spencer Chappell of Northridge in 2001); 2, Brittani Grove (Northridge) 54.55; 3, Kenzie Wright (Concord) 55.73; 4, Sydney Boyer (Northridge) 57.00; 5, Elizabeth Rozow (Wawasee) 57.15; 6, Heather Ronci (Goshen) 58.75 7, Olivia Wenger (Goshen) 5.89; 8, Carlie Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 1:01.16; 9, Jessica Sweatland (Warsaw) 58.69; 10, Surae Woods-Cross (Goshen) 1:00.49; 11, Malorie Rheinhardt (Warsaw) 1:01.29; 12, Layne Holloway (Plymouth) 1:02.32; 13, Delaney Gilbert (Elkhart Memorial) 1:02.54; 14, Izzy Heiden (Warsaw) 1:03.33; 15, Tricia Petit (Elkhart Memorial) 1:04.21; 16, Sydney Petersheim (Northridge) 1:04.33.

500-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Kayla Hershberger (Wawasee) 5:27.95; 2, Cynthia Juarez (Warsaw) 5:29.93; 3, Peyton Miller (Concord) 5:30.30; 4, Emma Hussey (Goshen) 5:31.20; 5, Tessa Peter (Northridge) 5:31.33; 6, Rachel Enright (Concord) 5:34.44; 7, Avery Smith (Concord) 5:35.64; 8, Hayley Ronci (Goshen) 5:36.04; 9, Jenna Crane (Elkhart Memorial) 5;43.13; 10, Miranda VanCoppenolle (Northridge) 5:43.52; 11, Courtney Clark (Northridge) 5:52.69; 12, Audra Harman (Warsaw) 5:29.25; 13, Hannah Winters (Wawasee) 5:39.31; 14, Megan Senter (Plymouth) 6:05.06; 15, Lexi Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 6:05.18; 16, Meghan Boston (Warsaw) 6:06.74.

200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (Brittani Grove, Ashely Owens, Sydney Boyer, Brittney Walters) 1:40.04 (meet record brekas 1:40.81 by Hannah Deak, Emily Wisolek, Sarah Griffin, Katie Griffin of Northridge in 2009); 2, Wawasee (Mikala Mawhorter, Kayla Hershberger, Kendra Miller, Breanna Robinson) 1:40.96; 3, Concord (Ashley Schrock, Mariah DeFreese, Avery Smith, Kenzie Wright) 1:41.32; 4, Warsaw (Margot Rheinhardt, Jessica Sweatland, Erin Sandberg, Meghan Boston) 1:47.86; 5, Goshen (Molly Hill, Natalie Evans, Olivia Wenger, Hayley Ronci) 1:51.25; 6, Elkhart Memorial (Delaney Gilbert, Taylor Musialik, Jenna Crane, Lexi Manges) 1:55.80; 7, Plymouth (Layne Holloway, Lexi Fetters, Lauren Page, Megan Senter) 1:58.06; 8, NorthWood (Crystal Wise, Brianna Tuttle, Melissa Berger, Kenzi Baker-Ott) 2:05.60.

100-YARD BACKSTROKE — 1, Brittney Walters (Northridge) 1:00.07; 2, Elizabeth Rozow (Wawasee) 1:02.54; 3, Malorie Rheinhardt (Warsaw) 1:05.91; 4,  Claire Palczynski (Goshen) 1:07.22; 5, Mariah DeFreese (Concord) 1:08.12; 6, Sydney Shuff (Concord) 1:09.44; 7, Surae Woods-Cross (Goshen) 1:09.70; 8, Anela Helmuth (Northridge) 1:10.85; 9, Caitlin Clevenger (Wawasee) 1:09.78; 10, Gale Immel (Goshen) 1:10.41; 11, Jessica Haines (Warsaw) 1:10.74; 12, Samantha Bontrager (Wawasee) 1:11.36; 13, Isabella Stalari (Northridge) 1:11.82; 14, Katelyn Davis (NorthWood) 1:11.91; 15, Carlie Manges (Elkhart Memorial) 1:12.11; 16, Lexi Fetters (Plymouth) 1:15.73.

100-YARD BREASTSTROKE — 1, Ashley Schrock (Concord) 1:07.46; 2, Ashley Van Wormer (Warsaw) 1:08.26; 3, Ashley Owens (Northridge) 1:10.96; 4, Rachel Rozow (Wawasee) 1:13.65; 5, Nikki Willey (Northridge) 1:14.08; 6, Hannah Winters (Wawasee) 1:15.72; 7, Rachel Collins (Elkhart Memorial) 1:19.64;

8, Molly Hill (Goshen) 1:20.81; 9, Megan Campbell (Northridge) 1:18.75; 10, Taylor Kendall (Elkhart Memorial) 1:20.63; 11, MacKenzie Bilbrey (Goshen) 1:20.72; 12, Jamie McBride (NorthWood) 1:21.07; 13, Emma Donahoe (Wawasee) 1:21.89; 14, Izzy Heiden (Warsaw) 1:21.96; 15, Laura Olivo (Goshen) 1:23.09;

16, Audra Harman (Warsaw) 1:25.74.

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (Sydney Boyer, Tessa Peter, Brittani Grove, Brittney Walters) 3:30.41; 2, Concord (Rachel Enright, Laura Housman, Avery Smith, Peyton Miller) 3:54.01; 3, Goshen (Emma Hussey, Heather Ronci, Olivia Wnger, Hayley Ronci) 3:55.94; 4, Warsaw (Cynthia Juarez, Jessica Haines, Meghan Boston, Erin Sandberg) 4:04.58; Elkhart Memorial (Taylor Musialik, Jenna Crane, Lexi Manges, Carlie Manges) 4:08.32; 6, NorthWood (Jamie McBride, Katelyn Davis, Brianna Tuttle, Natalie Hostetler) 4:33.78; 7, Plymouth (Savannah Mae, Brianna Hayes, Anya Hettich, Brianda Lowe) 4:59.98.

 

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