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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. Whitefish Bay

Game Date
Sep 10, 2020
Score
PIRATES: 53
WHITEFISH BAY: 131

Meet Highlights: We had some challenges this meet but the girls their best to overcome the obstacles.  At our recap meeting, we discussed the importance of overcoming adversity in meet situations when emotions are high.  It’s not easy, but making the best of a difficult situation is an important life lesson.  Our top scorer was Abbey Lotz with 7 points followed by Sophomores Emma Huber and Audyn Setzer with 5 points each.  Sophomore Stephanie Schlessinger and Lotz earned the highest scoring spots with 2nd places in diving and 100 Fly. We saw 33 individual PR’s and all three of our top relays beat their best times from last week for the 2nd week in a row.  The top 400 Free Relay team dropped 9 seconds!  The Swimmers/Divers of the Meet were awarded to Sophomore Audyn Setzer and Freshman Annastasia Wischki.

Individual Highlights: The girls opened the meet with a 2nd place finish in the Varsity 200 Medley race, with Sophomore Josie Tetzlaff, Junior Caroline Hadacek, Senior Erin Grisar and Sophomore Emma Huber swimming a time of 2:15.29 PR.  In the JV 200 Free, Senior Olivia Heinecke scored 4 points for JV by coming in 2nd with a time of 2:55.61.  Sophomore Audyn Setzer led the way for our team in the Varsity 200 Free shaving a few seconds off her time (4th place, 2:23.58 PR).  Junior Leah Sheriff also set a PR (5th place, 2:38.94 PR) and Kelly Ball finished 6th (2:43.59).  Tetzlaff and Sophomore Abbey Lotz teamed up in the 200 IM for some friendly competition.  Lotz finished 3rd (2:44.95) and Tetzlaff finished 4th (2:46.40).  The girls did well in the JV 50 Free: Sophomore Eva Perez (1st place, 29.27 PR), Senior Sarah Howell (2nd place, 31.66), Senior Reese Crandall (5th place, 35.55), Junior Maria Wichmann (36.88), Sophomore Ari Camilo (37.36 PR), Sophomore Natalie Wells (39.52).  The Varsity 50 Free was a tight race with less than three tenths separating 3rd through 5th place.  Huber finished 3rd with a time of 28.67 followed closely by Sophomore Maddi Klein who finished 5th with a time of 28.97 followed by Ball (6th place, 31.30).  Our divers continue to do their part by adding more points to our score. Sophomore Stephanie Schlessinger narrowly missed 1st place but set a new PR.  She came in 2nd with 163.45 points (PR).  Freshman Annastasia Wischki is learning fast, also setting a new PR!  She finished 5th with 139.50 points (PR).  The girls went after it in the Varsity 100 Fly.  Lotz came in 2nd place a time of 1:12.16 and Grisar came in 4th with a time of 1:19.34 (PR).  In the JV 100 Free, we had 6 girls swim with two PR’s: Perez (1st place, 1:06.54), Junior Nolari Hingiss (2nd place, 1:13.47), Sophomore Serena Baumann (3rd place, 1:16.85 PR), Freshman Grace Linstroth (1:20.99), Freshman Sophie Callies (1:27.16 PR), and Sophomore Amanda Nolasco (1:33.55).  The girls racked up 7 points in the Varsity 100 Free.  Klein led the way for our team (3rd place, 1:04.77 PR) followed by Huber (4th place, 1:05.03) and Hadacek (5th place, 1:07.13).  The girls continue to show steady improvement in the Varsity 500 Free: Setzer (3rd place, 6:23.14 PR), Tetzlaff (4th place, 6:27.83), Sheriff (6th place, 7:04.21 PR).  The Varsity 200 Free Relay of Huber, Perez, Klein, and Tetzlaff got 2nd (1:59.00 PR).  The Freshmen are doing a great job competing in new strokes.  In the JV 100 Back, Freshmen Ellie Goeden finished 2nd with a time of 1:27.02 (PR) and Freshman Brynn Nelson finished 4th with a time of 1:31.55 (PR).  Hingiss and Freshman Amalia Kaye teamed up in the Varsity 100 Back finishing 4th (1:23.17) and 5th (1:25.55) respectively.  Freshman Emma Klingkammer helped us score 4 JV points by finishing 2nd (1:48.25 PR).  Our Varsity 100 Breast swimmers did a great job setting or almost setting PR’s: Hadacek (3rd place, 1:28.79), Junior Emmalee Schmutzler (4th place, 1:35.86 PR), and Bensen (5th place, 1:36.87 PR).  Port had a strong finish to the meet with a 3rd place 400 Free Relay with Grisar, Klein, Setzer, and anchored by Lotz (4:20.54 PR), shaving 9 seconds off from last week.  The girls are doing a great job demonstrating positive attitudes and good sportsmanship at the meets.  They also did a much better job warming up before their events.  Keep up the good work, girls! 


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