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January 27, 2013

PREP BOYS SWIMMING: Raiders win easily

Northridge boys swim to 15th straight conference championship

(Continued)

DUNLAP — NLC Summary

200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Northridge (AJ Bernth, Jonathan Stoller, Austin Flager, Takoda Friesen) 1:37.69; 2, Warsaw (Jayden Parrett, Spencer Davidson, Caleb Snyder, Matt Wildman) 1:39.68; 3, Goshen (Adam Bratten, Tyler James, Daniel Swihart, Ian Duell) 1:48.09; 4, Concord (Luke VanderVliet, Andrew Hinds, Zach Wright, Rees Paul) 1:50.05; 5, Wawasee (Danny Allen, Mason Germonprez, Corey Kenworthy, Andrew Busse) 1:52.57; 6, Elkhart Memorial (Mitchell Howard, Austin King, Cameron Green, Brenden Macklem) 1:53.67; 7. Plymouth (Jake Martin, Brandon Brashere, Matt Pearson, CC Bastardo) 1:58.21; 8, NorthWood (Nate Nunemaker, Jake Snider, Riley Smith, Connor Yoder) 2:02.32.

200-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, tie, Seth Cripe (Northridge) and Sebastian List (Wawasee) 1:47.66; 3, Tyler Matthews (Northridge) 1:50.57; 4, Chayton Friesen (Northridge) 1:52.53; 5, Andrew Thrasher (Warsaw) 1:53.65; 6, Stephen Krecsmar (Concord) 1:56.01; 7, JD French (Warsaw) 1:56.74; 8, Alex Mark (Concord) 1:56.99; 9, Ethan Cook (Warsaw) 1:56.70; 10, Zach Wright (Concord) 2:01.56; 11, Seth Shoemaker (Wawasee) 2:02.12; 12, Noah Shreiner (Goshen) 2:02.25; 13, Caige Wahlgren (Wawasee) 2:03.48; 14, Tristen Singleton (Elkhart Memorial) 2:04.01; 15, Mitchell Troyer (Elkhart Memorial) 2:04.52; 16, Jake Snider (NorthWood) 2:09.93.

200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Jonathan Stoller (Northridge) 1:59.12; AJ Bernth (Northridge) 2:00.81; 3, Adam Bratten (Goshen) 2:01.78; 4, Joe Mueller (Northridge) 2:03.81; 4, Zach Taylor (Warsaw) 2:07.68; 5, Luke VanderVliet (Concord) 2:08.53; 7, Caleb Snyder (Warsaw) 2:11.35; 8, Mac Pelo (Warsaw) 2:12.31; 9, Andrew Busse (Wawasee) 2:13.88; 10, Brandon White (Concord) 2:15.10; 11, Andrew Hinds (Concord) 2:15.12; 12, Mason Germonprez (Wawasee) 2:18.15; 13, Alex Metcalfe (Goshen) 2:18.56; 14, Corey Kenworthy (Wawasee) 2:19.08; 15, Austin King (Elkhart Memorial) 2:27.01; 16, Howard Mitchell (Elkhart Memorial) 2:29.28.

50-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Austin Flager (Northridge) 21.27 (NLC record breaks 21.30 by Ben Christoffel of Wawasee in 1994; 2, Jayden Parrett (Warsaw) 22.30; 3, Takoda Friesen (Northridge) 22.76; 4, Trent Chamness (Concord) 23.20; 5, Luke Smith (Wawasee) 23.21; 6, Lucas McLain (Northridge) 23.84; 7, Nathan Rose (Concord) 23.89; 8, Matt Wildman (Warsaw) 24.04; 9, Connor Schue (Warsaw) 24.68; 10, Ian Duell (Goshen) 24.70; 11, Brenden Macklem (Elkhart Memorial) 24.73; 12, Daniel Swihart (Goshen) 25.36; 13, Brandon Brashere (Plymouth) 25.42; 14, Kyle Butler (Goshen) 25.98; 15, CC Bastardo (Plymouth) 26.23.

DIVING — 1, Taylor Berkey (Northridge) 479.25 points; Dean Katris (Warsaw) 398.15; 3, Sam Bowser (Goshen) 355.65; 4, Mac DeShone (Concord) 330.40; 5, Tristan Mauk (Wawasee) 328.25; 6, Hudson Kay (Goshen) 310.35; 7, Brandon Elliott (Warsaw) 300.10; 8, Austin Conrad (NorthWood) 280.95; 9, Jacob Isnogle (Goshen) 274.15; 10, Brady Ruffing (Plymouth) 266.40; 11, Matt Jarvis (Elkhart Memorial) 263.10; 12, Liam McCarrick (Warsaw) 254.45; 13, CC Bastardo (Plymouth) 240.80; 14, Ethan Slattery (Concord) 232.75; 15, Isaac Bowser (Goshen) 206.25.

100-YARD BUTTERFLY — 1, Jonathan Stoller (Northridge) 53.43; 2, Spencer Davidson (Warsaw) 54.12; 3, Takoda Friesen (Northridge) 55.70; 4, Logan Brugh (Wawasee) 56.41; 5, Jeremy Burbrink (Northridge) 56.51; 6, Andrew Thrasher (Warsaw) 57.10; 7, Zach Wright (Concord) 1:00.33; 8, Daniel Swihart (Goshen) 1:02.29; 9, Corey Kenworthy (Wawasee) 1:02.77; 10, Seth Shoemaker (Wawasee) 1:02.96; 11, Rees Paul (Concord) 1:.02.98; 12, Alex Metcalfe (Goshen) 1:03.05; 13, Kyle Butler (Goshen) 1:.04.83; 14, Jacob Reynolds (Warsaw) 1:04.88; 15, Riley Smith (NorthWood) 1:05.27; 16, Matt Pearson (Plymouth)1:09.51.

100-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Zac Hershberger (Wawasee) 49.98; 2, Conner Sandt (Northridge) 51.29; 3, Trent Chamness (Concord) 51.54; 4, JD French (Warsaw) 51.80; 5, Luke Smith (Wawasee) 52.09; 6, Josh Miller (Warsaw) 52.38; 7, Matt Wildman (Warsaw) 52.44; 8, Nathan Rose (Concord) 53.58; 9, Logan Elijah (Northridge) 53.59; 10, Brenden Macklem (Elkhart Memorial) 53.75; 11, Jordan Lantz (Northridge) 54.53; 12, Cameron Green (Elkhart Memorial) 54.63; 13, Ian Duell (Goshen) 55.37; 14, Mitchell Troyer (Elkhart Memorial) 455.39; 15, Caige Wahlgren (Wawasee) 55.70; 16, Cameron Culp (Concord) 55.95.

500-YARD FREESTYLE — 1, Joe Mueller (Northridge) 4:48.08; 2, Seth Cripe (Northridge) 4:48.47; 3, Logan Brugh (Wawasee) 4:56.45; 4, Tyler Matthews (Northridge) 4:59.92; 5, Zach Taylor (Warsaw) 5:07.46; 6, Alex Mark (Concord) 5:09.10; 7, Stephen Krecsmar (Concord) 6:14.54; 8, Andrew Busse (Wawasee) 5:18.63; 9, Ethan Cook (Warsaw) 5:21.17; 10, Noah Shreiner (Goshen) 5:36.41; 11, Matt Pelo (Warsaw) 5:37.42; 12, Tristen Singleton (Elkhart Memorial) 5:40.26; 13, Nate Nunemaker (NorthWood) 5:48.16; 14, Matt Pearson (Plymouth) 5:49.91; 15, Avery Horner (Elkhart Memorial) 6:01.17; 16, Ben Slabaugh (Wawasee) 6:16.13.

200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (AJ Bernth, Austin Flager, Takoda Friesen, Jonathan Stoller) 1:28.57; 2, Warsaw (Jayden Parrett, Spencer Davidson, Matt Wildman, Andrew Thrasher) 1:31.54; 3, Wawasee (Sebastian List, Luke Smith, Logan Brugh, Zac Hershberger) 1:32.77; 4, Concord (Andrew Hinds, Nathan Rose, Stephen Krecsmar, Trent Chamness) 1:36.68; 5, Elkhart Memorial (Cameron Green, Mitchell Troyer, Tristen Singleton, Brenden Macklem) 1:40.78; 6, Goshen (Kyle Butler, Jacob Isnogle, Daniel Swihart, Tyler James) 1:43.69; 7, Plymouth (Daniel DeLeon, Colin Calvert, Brady Ruffing, CC Bastardo) 1:46.48; 8, NorthWood (Riley Smith, Jake Snider, Connor Yode, Nate Nunemaker) 1:47.59.

100-YARD BACKSTROKE — 1, Austin Flager (Northridge) 52.49; 2, Jayden Parrett (Warsaw) 53.47; 3, Adam Bratten (Goshen) 55.50; 4, AJ Bernth (Northridge) 56.14; 5, Josh Miller (Warsaw) 57.31; 6, Caleb Snyder (Warsaw) 57.93; 7, Sebastian List (Wawasee) 58.01; 8, Brandon White (Concord) 58.61; 9, Luke VanderVliet (Concord) 1:00.15; 10, Phillip Keller (Northridge) 1:03.69; 11, Rees Paul (Concord) 1:03.73; 12, Danny Allen (Wawasee) 1:04.97; 13, Logan Haessig (Wawasee) 1:06.26; 14, Mitchell Howard (Elkhart Memorial) 1:07.61; 15, Riley Smith (NorthWood) 1:12.07; 16, Hayden Ludlow (Elkhart Memorial) 1:13.11.

100-YARD BREASTSTROKE — 1, Spencer Davidson (Warsaw) 59.67 ; 2, Zac Hershberger (Wawasee) 1:02.93; 3, Jesse Drake (Northridge) 1:03.94; 4, Phillip Keller (Northridge) 1:04.28; 5, Chayton Friesen (Northridge) 1:05.52; 6, Mac Pelo (Warsaw) 1:07.34; 7, Austin King (Elkhart Memorial) 1;)7.98; 8, Mason Germonprez (Wawasee) 1:08.23; 9, Brandon Brashere (Plymouth) 1:08.01; 10, Cameron Culp (Concord) 1:10.04; 11, Connor Schue (Warsaw) 1:10.36; 12, tie, Tyler James (Goshen) and Andrew Hinds (Concord) 1:10.42; 14, Austin Krizman (Wawasee) 1:11.72; 15, Jake Snider (NorthWood) 1:13.22; 16, Brady Hoke (Goshen) 1:14.80.

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Northridge (Conner Sandt, Seth Cripe, Tyler Matthews, Joe Mueller) 3:18.45; 2, Wawasee (Logan Brugh, Luje Smith, Sebastian List, Zac Hershberger) 3:24.72; 3, Warsaw (JD French, Zach Taylor, Josh Miller, Andrew Thrasher) 3:28.06; 4, Concord (Stephen Krecsmar, Nathan Rose, Luke VanderVliet, Trent Chamness) 3:29.04; 5, Goshen (Ian Duell, Noah Shreiner, Trevor Wood, Adam Bratten) 3:41.05; 6, Elkhart Memorial (Mitchell Troyer, Mitchell Howard, Avery Horner, Tristen Singleton) 3:54.60; 7, Plymouth (Jake Martin, Daniel DeLeon, Matt Pearson, Brandon Brashere) 4:06.12; 8, NorthWood (Mason Pippenger, Logan Berger, Zach Snider, Nolan McBride) 4:32.18.

 

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