Goshen News, Goshen, IN


February 17, 2013

PREP BOYS SWIMMING: A dynasty continues

Northridge makes it 11 straight sectional championships



Sectional Preliminaries

200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Northridge (Austin Bernth, Jon Stoller, Austin Folager, Takoda Friesen) 1:35.12; 2, Elkhart Central (Luiz DeMiranda-leao, Liam O’Neill, Brad Whitehead, Erik Huang) 1:41.98; 3, Concord (Brandon White, Andrew Hinds, Zachary Wright, Luke VanderVliet) 1:44.73 ; 4, Goshen (Adam Bratten, Tyler James, Daniel Swihart, Ian Duell) 1:45.03; 5, Wawasee (Danny Allen, Mason Germonprez, Corey Kenworthy, Austin Kruzman) 1:50.58; 6, Elkhart Memorial (Mitchell Howard, Austin King, Cameron Green, Brendan Macklem) 1:50.74; 7, DeKalb (John Turner, Seth Gillespie, Kahler Goldsmith, Brycen Spangler) 1:53.66; 8, NorthWood (Nathan Nunemaker, Jacob Snider, Riley Smith, Connor Yoder) 2:00.46.

200-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Seth Cripe (Northridge) 1:45.75; 2, Tyler Matthews (Northridge) 1:47.55; 3. Liam O’Neill (Elkhart Central) 1:48.89; 4. Sebastian List (Wawasee) 1:49.49; 5. Clayton Friesen (Northridge) 1:51.39; 6. Stephen Krecsmar (Concord) 1:51.45; 7. Alexander Mark (Concord) 1:53.76; 8. Connor Flora (Elkhart Central) 1:54.73.

200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Jon Stoller (Northridge) 1:54.67; 2, Austin Bernth (Northridge) 1:57.01; 3. Joe Mueller (Northridge) 2:00.74; 4, Erik Huang (Elkhart Central) 2:02.32; 5, Luke Vander Vliet (Concord) 2:05.05; 6, Arman Salim (Fremont) 2:05.71; 7, Andrew Busse (Wawasee) 2:09.35; 8, Andrew Hinds (Concord) 2:10.62;

50-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Austin Flager (Northridge) 21.21; 2, Brad Whitehead (Elkhart Central) 22.38; 3, Trent Chamness (Concord) 22.38; 4, Luke Smith (Wawasee) 22.43; 5. William Riblett (Elkhart Central) 23.09; 6. Nathan Rose (Concord) 23.18; 7, Lucas McLain (Northridge) 23.44; 8, Conner Sandt (Northridge) 23.59.

1-METER DIVING: 1. Nick Ponce (Elkhart Central) 484.50; 2. Taylor Berkey (Northridge) 462.45; 3. Sam Bowser (Goshen) 368.20; 4. Malcolm DeShone (Concord) 346.10; 5. Hudson Kay (Goshen) 334.05; 6. Andre Buller (Goshen) 315.35; 7. Tristan Mauk (Wawasee) 312.20; 8. Matthew Jarvis (Elkhart Memorial) 311.75; 9. Austin Conrad (NorthWood) 273.40; 10. Gage Lambdin (Elkhart Central) 258.70; 11. Ethan Slattery (Concord) 253.00; 12. Bathan Hare (Wawasee) 238.75; 13. Isaac Bowser (NorthWood) 225.80.

100-YARD BUTTERFLY — 1, Jon Stoller (Northridge) 51.56; 2, Takoda Friesen (Northridge) 54.11; 3. Arman Salim (Fremont) 54.72; 4, Jeremy Burbrink (Northridge) 55.15; 5, Logan Brugh (Wawasee) 55.54; 6, Daniel Swihart (Goshen) 57.76; 7, Samuel Wenzel (Elkhart Central) 58.04.

100-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Adam Bratten (Goshen) 48.03; 2. Brad Whitehead (Elkhart Central) 48.76 3. Zac Hershberger (Wawasee) 48.89; 4, Trent Chamness (Concord) 49.32; 5, Luke Smith (Wawasee) 49.62; 6, Liuz DeMirandaleao (Elkhart Central) 49.96; 7, Conner Sandt (Northridge) 51.09; 8, Jesse Drake (Northridge) 51.47.

500-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Joe Mueller (Northridge) 4:44.81; 2, Tyler Matthews (Northridge) 4:47.07; 3, Seth Cripe (Northridge) 4:50.70; 4, Logan Brugh (Wawasee) 4:52.96; 5, Erik Huang (Elkhart Central) 4:54.75; 6, Alexander Mark (Concord) 5:03.60; 7, Stephen Krecsmar (Concord) 5:04.15; 8, Andrew Busse (Wawasee) 5:06.97.

200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (Austin Flager, Takoda Friesen, Jon Stoller, Austin Bernth) 1:26.15; 2, Wawasee (Sebastian List, Luke Smith, Andrew Busse, Zac Hershberger) 1:30.35; 3, Concord (Stephen Krecsmar, Nathan Rose, Alexander Mark, Trent Chamness) 1:32.55; 4, Elkhart Central (Landon Kruip, Payton Phelps, William Riblett, Connor Flora) 1:32.88;  5, Elkhart Memorial (Cameron Green, Mitchell Troyer, Tristen Singleton, Brenden Macklem) 1:39.14; 6, Goshen (Alex Metcalfe, Kyle Butler, Daniel Swihart, Tyler James) 1:42.09 7, DeKalb (John Turner, Nicholas Kumpfmiller, Kahler Goldsmith, Seth Gillespie) 1:39.34;  8, East Noble (Keegan Gura, Matthew Lewis, Collin Wilson, Jacob Dickerson) 1:46.60.

100-YARD BACKSTROKE — 1, Austin Flager (Northridge) 51.55; 2, Adam Bratten (Goshen) 53.70; 3, Luke Vander Vliet (Concord) 56.36; 4, Jeremy Burbrink (Northridge) 57.08; 5, Sebastian List (Wawasee) 57.62; 6, Liuz DeMirandaleao (Elkhart Central) 57.77; 7, Brandon White (Concord) 58.48; 8, Alex Bernth (Northridge) 58.50.

100-YARD BREASTSTROKE — 1, Zac Hershberger (Wawasee) 1:00.57; 1, Jesse Drake (Northridge) 1:03.85; 2. Jesse Drake (Northridge) 1:02.57; 3, Liam O’Neill (Elkhart Central) 1:03.79; 4, Philip Keller (Northridge) 1:04.06; 5, Chayton Friesen (Northridge) 1:04.79; 6, Austin King (Elkhart Memorial) 1:05.25; 7, Mason Germonprez (Wawasee) 1:06.05; 8, Andrew Hinds (Concord) 1:06.14.

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (Joe Mueller, Connor Sandt, Takoda Friesen, Austin Bernth) 3:15.60; 2, Wawasee (Logan Brugh, Luke Smith, Sebastian List, Zac Hershberger) 3:17.94; 3, Elkhart Central (Erik Huang, Liuz DeMiranda-leao, Brad Whitehead, Liam O’Neill) 3:18.16; 4, Concord (Stephen Krecsmar, Nathan Rose, Luke VanderVliet, Trent Chamness) 3:24.55; 5, Goshen (Ian Duell, Noah Shreiner, Daniel Swihart, Adam Bratten) 3:30.73; 6, Elkhart Memorial (Jory Rogers, Mitchell Troyer, Mitchel Howard, Tristen Singleton) 3:50.36; 7, Angola (Brady Thompson, Jack Wagner, Karl Stadtmiller, Evan Watkins) 3:58.01; 8, East Noble (Joseph Vandiver, Collin Wilson, Phillip Phan, Matthew Lewis) 4:00.55.


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