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February 24, 2013

PREP SWIMMING: Flager a champ

Northridge swimmer wins title in 50-yard freestyle

(Continued)

INDIANAPOLIS — State Championship Summary

TEAM SCORES — 1, Chesterton 238 1/2 points; 2, North Central 203 1/2; 3, Carmel 173; 4, Penn 169; 5, Hamilton Southeastern 124; 6, Columbus North 131 1/2; 7, Jeffersonville 97; 8, Bloomington North 116; 9, Avon 82; 10, South Bend St. Joseph 94, 11, tie Northridge and Bloomington South 94. Also: Elkhart Central tied for 46th at 6.

200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Chesterton (Andy Hurst, Jack Waller, Aaron Whitaker, Blake Pieroni) 1:32.45; 2, Penn (Mate Kovacs, Tanner Anderson, Bowen Anderson, Seamus Lucero-Dixon) 1:33.34; 3, Hamilton Southeastern (Joe Young, Jackson Russell, Rick Kelley, Noah Brenner) 1:34.11; 4, Bloomington North (Matt Nephew, Jack Ryan, Max Irwin, Jack Spore) 1:34.43; 5, Northridge (Austin Flager, Jon Stoller, Austin Bernth, Takoda Friesen) 1:34.44; 6, Jeffersonville (Evan Shive, Josh Phelps, Timothy Martin, Karol Schmuck) 1:34.70; 7, Avon (Matt Stowe, Christian Lorenz, Grant Lewis, Greg Sprout) 1:35.02; 8, North Central (Theodore Steinkamp, Sean Hayden, Rawley Davis, Samuel Lorentz) 1:35.20.

200-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Trevor Carroll (South Bend St. Joseph) 1:37.10; 2, Ethan Whitaker (Chesterton) 1:39.58; 3, Joseph Steinkamp (North Central) 1:40.98; 4, Adam Destrampe (Franklin Community) 1:41.07; 5, Joseph Krahulik (North Central) 1:41.40; 6, Andrew Antonetti (Valparaiso) 1:41.58; 7, Luke Johnson (Hamilton Southeastern) 1:41.85; 8, Parks Jones (Avon) 1:42.40.

200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Blake Pieroni (Chesterton) 1:48.86; 2, Cody Taylor (Columbus North) 1:50.54; 3, Brennan Berger (Carmel) 1:50.92; 4, Ian Finnerty (Bloomington South) 1:51.95; 5, Joe Young (Hamilton Southeastern) 1:53.77; 6, Jon Stoller (Northridge) 1:54.49; 7, Rawley Davis (North Central) 1:55.10; 8, Nathaniel Bledsoe (Westfield) 1:55.81.

50-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Austin Flager (Northridge) 20.37; 2, Bryce Timonera (Batesville) 20.83; 3, Timothy Martin (Jeffersonville) 20.93; 4, Theodore Steinkamp (North Central) 21.10; 5, tie, Sam Loescher (Columbus North) and Trey Kolleck (Castle) 21.28; 7, Luke Lete (New Albany) 21.30; 8, Nick Wonder (Bloomington South) 21.31.

DIVING — 1, Joshua Arndt (LaPorte) 484.00 points; 2, Cody Coldren (Hamilton Southeastern) 464.25; 3, Dustin Miller (Lafayette Jefferson) 461.80; 4, Alex Rosales (Griffith) 444.60; 5, Andrew Cramer (Indianapolis Cathedral) 441.60; 6, Reed Dillon (Lawrence Central) 431.65; 7, Stephen Rice (Mishawaka Marian) 423.85; 8, Kevin Frebel (Homestead) 427.60. Also: 11, Nick Ponce (Elkhart Central) 384.40.

100-YARD BUTTERFLY — 1, Aaron Whitaker (Chesterton) 47.33 (state record breaks 47.84 by Whitaker in the preliminaries on Friday);  2, Max Irwin (Bloomington South) 47.88; 3, Bowen Anderson (Penn) 49.65; 4, Theodore Steinkamp (North Central) 50.41; 5, Nash Firebuagh (Greencastle) 50.87; 6, Brandon Colonis (West Lafayette) 51.34; 7, Mac McKay (Carmel) 51.56; 8, Rick Kelley (Hamilton Southeastern) 51.92. Also: 13, Jon Stoller (Northridge) 51.87.

100-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Blake Pieroni (Chesterton) 44.28 (state record breaks 44.36 by Ryan Wochomurka of Columbus North in 2001); 2, Bryce Timonera (Batesville) 45.80; 33, Jon Astashinsky (Carmel) 45.81; 4, Sam Loescher (Columbus North) 46.10; 5, Joseph Steinkamp (North Central) 46.32; 6, Joseph Krahulik (North Central) 46.62; 7, Seamus Lucero-Dixon (Penn) 47.42); 8, Brooks Logan (Evansville Reitz Memorial) 47.71.

500-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Max Irwin (Bloomington North) 4:23.60; 2, Trevor Carroll (South Bend St. Joseph) 4:26.01; 3, Ethan Whitaker (Chesterton) 4:30.09; 4, Bowen Anderson (Penn) 4:30.63; 5, Adam Destrampe (Franklin Community) 4:33.16; 6, Timothy Martin (Jeffersonville) 4:35.70; 7, Eric Oleson (Westfield) 4:36.23; 8, Andrew Antonetti (Valparaiso) 4:41.80.

200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, North Central (Samuel Lorentz, Theodore Steinkamp, Joseph Krahulik, Joseph Stienkamp) 1:24.26; 2, Columbus North (Cody Taylor, Sam Loescher, Matthew Freudenthaler, Sam Parker) 1:24.99; 3, Penn (Tanner Anderson, Mate Kovacs, Travis Bavar, Seamus Lucero-Dixon) 1:25.06; 4, Bloomington North (Max Irwin, Ben Calvert-Rosenberger, Jack Ryan, Jack Spore) 1:25.96; 5, Chesterton (Jack Waller, Patrick Curley, Jack Kurfman, Ethan Whitaker) 1:26.49; 6, South Bend St. Joseph (Nicholas Miller, Andre Martin, Anthony Kolbus, Trevor Carroll) 1:27.28; 7, Jeffersonville (Alec McAtee, Zach Krininger, Josh Phelps, Karol Schmuck) 1:28.08. Northridge was disqualified for a false start.

100-YARD BACKSTROKE — 1, Aaron Whitaker (Chesterton) 47.29 (state record breaks 47.37 by Whitaker in the preliminaries on Friday); 2, Austin Flager (Northridge) 49.17; 3, Nick Wonder (Bloomington South) 50.94; 4, Max McKay (Carmel) 51.06; 5, Oscar Anderson (Floyd Central) 51.21; 6, James Beckman (Munster) 51.62; 7, Joe Young (Hamilton Southeastern) 51.81; 8, Evan Shire (Jeffersonville) 52.86.

100-YARD BREASTSTROKE — 1, Cody Taylor (Columbus North) 55.25; 2, Brennan Berger (Carmel) 55.42; 3, Ian Finnerty (Bloomington South) 56.48; 4, Tanner Anderson (Penn) 56.80); 5, Christian Lorenz (Avon) 57.03; 6, Grant Music (Carroll) 57.46; 7, Jack Waller (Chesterton) 57.52; 8, Matthew Quinlan (Michigan City) 57.58.

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Chesterton (Blake Pieroni, Ethan Whitaker, Patrick Curley, Aaron Whitaker) 3:-4.77; 2, Carmel (Max McKay, Mitch Cooper, Benjamin Burdick, Jon Astashinsky) 3:06.37; 3, Columbus North (Sam Loescher, Sam Parker, Matthew Freudenthaler, Cody Taylor) 3:07.83; 4, North Central (Joseph Steinkamp, Rawley Davis, Robert Minturn, Joseph Krahulik) 3:08.64; 5, Jeffersonville (Timothy Martin, Karol Schmuck, John Phelps, Evan Shive) 3:08.67; 6, Penn (Matt Kovacs, Bowen Anderson, Travis Bavar, Seamus Lucero-Dixon) 3:09.26; 7, South Bend St. Joseph (Nicholas Miller Anthony Kolbus, Andre Martin, Trevor Carroll) 3:11.08; 8, Hamilton Southeastern (Luke Johnson, Zach Zeurcher, Noah Brenner, Joe Young) 3:11.65.

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