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PIRATE ATHLETICS

Port Washington high school

PIRATE ATHLETICS

Port Washington high school

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Game Summary

2 weeks ago

Girls JV Swimming vs. Grafton

Game Date
Sep 17, 2019
Score
PIRATES: 66
GRAFTON: 74

Meet Highlights: The girls swam very well against Grafton.  They are getting closer and closer to scoring more points in several events.  For this meet, the difference between scoring a few more points in many of our events came down to fractions of a second.  We are working very hard to close those gaps.  The girls dropped time in 33 swims and all three of our top Varsity relays set a PR for the season.  Their energy at the meet was high, which is very encouraging for this point in the season.  Sophomore Kamryn Lapacek was our top scorer with 9 points followed by Freshman Josie Tetzlaff (8 points) and Junior Sydney Hannert (7 points).  Our top JV scorer was Emmalee Schmutzler (7 points).  Congratulations to the swimmers of the meet Senior Ellie Meyer and Freshman Josie Tetzlaff!

Individual Highlights: The meet began with a 3rd place finish in the 200 Medley race with Freshman Josie Tetzlaff, Senior Allison Schmutzler, Junior Erin Grisar, and Sophomore Kamryn Lapacek (2:14.08 PR).  In the Varsity 200 Free, Lapacek sailed ahead of her competition coming in first and earning 6 points for the team (2:18.51).  Sophomore Caroline Hadacek also had a great swim in this event coming in 3rd with a PR (2:23.22 PR).  The girls did well in the Varsity 200 IM working as a team to maximize points in this event.  Both Freshman Abbey Lotz and Tetzlaff swam their best times of the season to finish just ahead of their competition.  Tetzlaff came in 2nd (2:39.06 PR) and Lotz 3rd (2:40.64).  Junior Sydney Hannert also had a strong swim coming in 5th (2:46.80).  The girls did well in the JV 50 Free, either holding close to their best times or earning a PR: Sophomore Emmalee Schmutzler (JV 2nd place, 32.67 PR), Sophomore Maria Wichmann (JV 3rd place, 34.37), Junior Reese Crandall (JV 4th place, 35.11), Senior Ellie Meyer (40.31), Freshman Amanda Nolasco (41.22 PR), Freshman Arianna Camilo (42.19 PR).  Freshman Emma Huber attacked the Varsity 50 Free hovering close to her PR (2nd place, 28.95) followed by Freshman Eva Perez who shave a few tenths off her best (3rd place, 29.71 PR) and Sophomore Avery Philips (32.19).  Our diving duo teamed up to score 3 points for the team with Freshman Emma Kasza-James coming in 4th (153.60) and Freshman Stephanie Schlessinger coming in 5th (147.50).  The girls dug deep in the Varsity 100 Fly and their efforts payed off.  Hannert dropped a few seconds off her time and earned 6 points for the team by coming in first (1:15.44 PR).  Grisar also had a PR in this event coming in 4th (1:17.45).  In the JV 100 Freestyle, we had some solid swims with Sophomore Taylor Peiffer coming in 2nd (1:08.58) followed by Freshman Maddi Klein (109.84) and Philips (113.99).  Lapacek led the way for our team in the Varsity 100 Free finishing 3rd (1:02.11).  Huber finished 4th (1:06.07) and Perez (1:10.01).  Junior Olivia Heinecke did her best in the JV 500 Free despite not feeling well coming in 2nd (7:44.05).  Lotz fought hard in the Varsity 500 chasing a competitor the whole time earning herself 3rd place and a PR (6:02.47 PR).  Freshman Audyn Setzer and Junior Erin Grisar also had best times in this event coming in 4th (6:36.86 PR) and 6th (6:53.71 PR) respectively.  The Varsity 200 Free Relay of Lapacek, Perez, Lotz and Huber came in 2nd and set a PR (1:55.53).  Sophomores Nolari Hingiss took a few seconds off her best time in the JV 100 Back (JV 1st place, 1:23.20) and Sophomore Shannon McConahy came in 2nd (1:26.17).  Tetzlaff and Peiffer teamed up in the Varsity 100 Back scoring 7 team points and swimming best times.  Teztlaff came in 2nd (1:14.74 PR) and Peiffer 3rd (1:15.21).  Klein finished 6th with a time of 1:23.98.  The girls also swam best times in the JV 100 Breaststroke.  E. Schmutzler swam a 1:37.41 (JV 3rd place) and Junior Kelly Ball swam a 1:41.39 (JV 4th place).  Hadacek gave it her all in the Varsity 100 Breaststroke earning 3rd place with a PR (1:29.88) followed by Heinecke (5th place, 1:40.53).  Port had a strong finish to the meet with a 2nd place 400 Free Relay with Lotz, Hannert, Perez and Peiffer (4:30.77 PR).  The girls did a great job remaining positive and overcoming some adversity at this meet.  We are proud of their efforts and looking forward to seeing what they can do at the Port Invite!  Keep up the good work, girls!


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