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PIRATE ATHLETICS

Port Washington high school

PIRATE ATHLETICS

Port Washington high school

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Game Summary

1 month ago

Girls Varsity Swimming vs. Grafton, Nicolet, Whitefish Bay, Cedarburg, Hartford Union, West Bend Co-op

Game Date
Nov 2, 2019
Score
PIRATES: 26

Meet Highlights: At Conference, we are reminded just how tough our competition is.  We are up against larger/combined schools and some of the best swimmers in the state.  BUT we stay focused on our improvement and goals.  And we have A LOT to be proud of.  The girls are working harder and improving at each meet.  Their performance at Conference was outstanding with PR’s in almost 50% of our swims.  We had 28 PR’s at JV Conference and 20 PR’s at Varity Conference.  The top scorers at JV Conference was Stephanie Schlessinger (2nd place, 17 points).  Sophomores Emmalee Schmutzler and Shannon McConahy also scored in their individual events (which is tough to do in our conference!). They each scored 2 points for the team.  At Varsity Conference, our top scorer was Josie Tetzlaff who placed 11th in the 100 Fly (6 points).  Congratulations to the Swimmers of the Meet Shannon McConahy (JV Conference) and Avery Phillips (JV Conference) and Freshman Maddi Klein (Varsity Conference)!

 

JV Conference                                                                                                       Points: 74 (7th place)

The girls swam well at JV Conference in Cedarburg. 12 of our 15 swimmers PR’d in at least one event and 10 girls PR’d in 2 or more events.  Junior Kelly Ball dropped time in the 200 Free Relay (29.38 PR) and shaved over 15 seconds from her 200 Free time (2:39.48 PR).  Freshman Serena Baumann PR’d in three events: 200 Free Relay split (34.51 PR), 200 Free (2:52.25 PR) and 100 Free (1:17.11 PR).  Freshman Ashley Bensen swam a PR in her 100 Breast (1:38.21 PR) and also swam well in the 200 Medley (Breast 42.34).  Freshman Maddie Boyle dropped time in the 50 Free (31.25 PR) and 100 Free (1:10.81 PR).  Freshman Ari Camilo dropped 2 seconds in her 200 Free Relay split (37.38 PR) and 7 seconds in her 400 Free Relay split (1:26.12 PR).  Junior Reese Crandall swam very close to her PR’s in the 200 Medley (Fly 45.77), 50 Free (33.87), 200 Free Relay (35.06). Junior Olivia Heinecke had a great meet dropping time in all her events: a 4 second drop in the 200 Medley (Fly 36.20 PR), 200 Free Relay (32.07 PR), 100 Breast (1:34.45 PR).  Sophomore Nolari Hingiss was so close to a PR in the 200 Medley (Back 38.29).  She also swam in the 400 Free Relay (1:16.00), 100 Free (1:17.17), and 100 Back (1:23.86).  Sophomore Shannon McConahy PR’d in all her events: 200 Medley (Back 37.67 PR), 400 Free Relay (1:12.00 PR), 100 Fee (1:10.02 PR) and 100 Back (1:21.62 PR).  Senior Ellie Meyer crushed her 100 Free dropping 3 seconds (1:29.41 PR). Freshman Amanda Nolasco set PR’s in 3 events: a 3 second drop in the 200 Medley (Free 37.36 PR), 50 Free (38.07 PR) and 100 Free (1:29.11 PR).  Sophomore Avery Philips swam strong with 2 PR’s: 400 Free Relay (1:10.74 PR) and 100 Free (1:10.36 PR).  Sophomore Emmalee Schmutzler dropped time in 3 events: a 2 second time drop in 200 Medley Relay (Breast 42.03 PR), 400 Free Relay (1:14.99 PR) and 50 Free (32.22 PR).  Sophomore Leah Sheriff helped the team by filling a spot in the 200 Medley Relay and set a PR (Fly 31.76 PR).  Senior Abbie Smith had a good end to the season with 3 PR’s: 200 Free Relay (37.02 PR), 50 Free (36.07 PR), and 100 Free (1:25.36 PR).  Freshman Stephanie Schlessinger helped us score ahead of Grafton with a 2nd place finish in diving (146.40).  This was a great meet for our girls.  Nice job, ladies!

Varsity Conference                                                                                              Points: 26 (8th place)

The meet began with a 15th place finish in the 200 Medley race with Freshman Josie Tetzlaff, Sophomore Caroline Hadacek, Junior Erin Grisar and Freshman Maddi Klein (2:16.09) earning 4 points for the team.  In the Varsity 200 Free, we had an awesome event with 4 of the 5 girls setting a PR: Sophomore Kamryn Lapacek (26th place, 2:14.36 PR), Freshman Audyn Setzer (30th place 2:19.34 PR), Sophomore Caroline Hadacek (33rd place, 2:27.18), Sophomore Leah Sheriff (34th place, 2:31.61 PR), Junior Olivia Heinecke (35th place, 2:43.77 PR).  Junior Sydney Hannert and Sophomore Taylor Peiffer gave it their all in the 200 IM.  Hannert finished 26th (2:47.90) and Peiffer finished 27th (2:57.00).  In the 50 Free, Junior Kelly Ball set a PR and the others were VERY close: Freshman Emma Huber (18th place, 28.72), Freshman Eva Perez (21st place, 29.37), Junior Kelly Ball (23rd place, 29.57 PR), Junior Sarah Howell (26th place, 30.07).  The girls did well in the 100 Fly. Tetzlaff finished 11th earing 6 points for the team, our highest individual finish of the meet, and setting a PR (1:07.01 PR).  Grisar and Hannert also swam well.  Grisar finished 18th (1:17.51) and Hannert finished 18th (1:17.70).  The 100 Free was a strong event for us with 3 of the 6 girls beating their best times.  Lapacek swam a 1:00.74 (20th place), which was 2 seconds faster than her time at Conference last year.  Huber swam a 1:04.37 PR (25th place), Klein swam a 1:05.33 PR (28th place), Perez swam a 1:07.48 (29th place), Senior Allison Schmutzler swam a 1:08.56 (30th place) and Junior Reese Crandall dropped 4 seconds swimming a 1:15.88 PR (31st place).  The girls worked hard in the 500 Free but best times were hard to come by in this event.  Setzer led the way for the Pirates (24th place, 6:22.58) followed by Grisar (26th place, 6:43.24), Sheriff (27th place, 6:45.10 PR), and Klein (28th place, 7:11.00).  The 200 Free Relay of Lapacek, Huber, Tetzlaff and Perez finished 15th earning 4 points for the team (1:56.15).  In the 100 Back, Tetlaff and Peiffer finished 21st (1:12.71) and 24th (1:19.56) respectively.  In the 100 Breaststroke, Hadacek was back down to her best time (23rd place, :25.42 PR) followed by A. Schmutzler (25th place, 1:32.71) and Junior Julia Burke (26th place, 1:36.66).  Port had a strong finish to the meet with a 14th place 400 Free Relay with Lapacek, Grisar, Setzer and Huber with Setzer and Huber setting PR’s in their splits.   We were pleased to see so many best times at this meet and are confident we will see even more at Sectionals!  The girls are ready!


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