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Boys 200 Medley Relay (Updated January 31, 2006)

PI School

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1:38.15

3 Cincinnati Turpin

1:38.74

4 Upper Arlington

1:40.30

5 University

1:40.77

6 Lakota East

1:41.09

7 Canton Glenoak

1:41.18

8 Centerville

1:41.18

9 Columbus Academy

1:41.19

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13 New Albany

1:41.57

14 Toledo St. Francis De Sales

1:41.86

15 Solon

1:41.93

16 Thomas Worthington

1:42.40

17 flllason

1:42.44

18 Sb.akeLJ::!ei9.hts

1:42.49

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PI Name

School

Time

1:39.93

1 David Mosko

2 Jim Barbiere

Cincinnati St. Xavier

1:43.09

3 Kyle Greene

Cincinnati Turpin

1:43.40 1:43.99

4 Jeff Montague

5 Charley Hessler

C:Jncinn.ati. . St, Xavier

1:44.14

6 Bart Ginocchio

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1:44.38

7 Chris Doman

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Lakew_QQlLSt, Edw_c;~n::l_

1:45.42

Napoleon

1:45.67

Cincinnati St. Xavier

1:45.68

Dayton Christian

1:45.68

Cincinnati Elder

1:46.03

University

1:46.20

Mason

1:46.21

Lakewood

1:46.27

Kettering Fairmont

1:46.31

Solon

1:46.34

Cincinnati Mariemont

1:46.45

fllla_s_on

1:46.67

LakQt~tEast

1:46.74

School

Time

Cincinnati Moeller

1:53.14

Lakota East

1:53.54

3 Austin Staab

Westerville Central

1:54.26

4 David Mosko

Cincinnati St. Xavier

1:55.42

5 Tommy Inwood

Solon

1:55.70

6 Markus Seivers

Martins Ferry

1:55.89

Cincinnati St_. Xavier

1:56.10

Akron Firestone

1:56.45

Cincinnati Sycamore

1:56.68

10 Matt Grubb

Centervme_

1:57.26

11 Kevin Happ

University

1:57.71

12 JD Coppel

C_Qlumbl1_s_St. CIJg_ci_es_

1:57.79

13 Scott Bey

WesterviJJe__No_rth

1:58.54

M.ason

1:58.71

New Albany

1:58.78

Thomas Worthington

1:59.11

Cincinnati Turpin

1:59.14

Cincinnati Roger Bacon

1:59.24

New Albany

1:59.25

University

1:59.45

8 Chris Rouchard 9 Nick Saul 10 Matt Wright 11 Sean Shannon 12 Nathan Williams 13 Sean Evans 14 Spencer Hewes 15 Neil Anderson 16 Justin Galbreath 17 Tommy Inwood 18 John Austin 19 Brad Langford 20 Stephen Grove

Boys 200 Individual Medley (Updated January 31, 2006)

PI Name

1 Matt Angelini 2 Jared Miller

7 Jim Mertens 8 Jeff Montague 9 Mark Bernstein

14 Spencer Hewes 15 Tim Collins 16 Eric Ness 17 Nathan Butler 18 Chris Fette 19 Mitchell Challacombe 20 Tyler Bailey

Boys 50 Freestyle (Updated January 31, 2006)

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Westerville Central

:21.25

Brunswick

:21.51

Cincinnati Mariemont

:21.74

Notre Dame Cathedral Latin

:21.81

Youngstown Boardman

:21.91

6 Colin Murtagh

Toledo St. Francis De Sales

:21.93

7 Michael Kelley

Westerville North

:21.98

Lakota East

:21.99

9 David Mosko

Cincinnati St. Xavier

:22.03

10 Chris Doman

C9Lumbus. . S.t. Ch9.rles

:22.10

11 Mike Marsico

Elyria

:22.15

12 Jack Reed

S.h.9.ke.LHeights

:22.15

13 Matt Edgin

Upper Arlington

:22.19

Ashland

:22.19

Columbus Academy

:22.20

Canton Glenoak

:22.23

17 Scott Jennie

Marysville

:22.24

18 Sean Evans

University

:22.25

Solon

:22.29

Fremont Ross

:22.29

School

Score

Westlake

345.90

Brecksville-Broadveiw Heights

340.43

Aurora

304.88

Dublin Scioto

300.10

5 Dave Colturi

Toledo St. John's Jesuit

296.45

6 Todd Richert

North Royalton

293.40

Brunswick

292.50

8 Petter Hedbrant

MiJfp_nt

291.50

9 Scott Sargent

IY.I9.s_Qn

282.70

Dublin Jerome

280.60

Euclid

274.20

Upper Arlington

271.30

Brunswick

268.08

Ciru:;inn9ti . . SYG2m9re

264.65

Celina

264.35

1 Austin Staab 2 Joel Elber 3 Wren Dupre 4 Andrew Misich 5 Conner O'Halloran

8 Stephen Grove

14 Ryan Beljan 15 Zach Vonderhaar 16 Travis Wagner

19 Chris Marquiss 20 Lincoln Fahrbach

Boys 1 Meter Diving (Updated January 31, 2006)

PI Name

1 Dave Solarz 2 Aaron Trippett 3 Kris Hill 4 Greg Destephen

7 Brandon Taro

10 JP Perez

11 Yuri Doolan 12 Cameron Horner 13 Josh Gonzales 14 Mike Pennerman 15 Eddie Craft

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16 Eric Lex 17 Jimmy Beres 18 Cameron Bradshaw 19 Stephen Sargent

Upper Arlington

258.55

Columbus Whetstone

258.45

Westerville South

257.25

Mason: I

20 Nate Meister

Aurora I

252.95 243.52

Boys 100 Butterfly (Updated January 31, 2006)

School

Time

1 Doug Spraul

Cios,:inn9JLPrtn~eton

:51.32

2 David Mosko

<::Jn~lo nati St. Ki:!viec

:51.32

Notre Dame Cathedral Latin

:51.39

Westerville Central

:51.41

LC!_kota East

:52.09

6 Matt Edgin

Upper Arlington

:52.23

7 Travis Wagner

Canton Glenoak

:52.29

8 Chris Doman

ColumbJJS. St..Cb_a_rles

:52.33

9 Eric Ness

Thomas Worthington

:52.40

Cin~innatiSY~9moce

:52.68

11 Rob Jackson

Cincinnati Turpin

:52.71

12 Wren Dupre

Cin~innC!ti Mari.em~:>nt

:52.95

13 Justin Max

Reynoldsburg

:53.02

14 John Roof

Canton Central Catholic

:53.05

Cln~lJmatL MoeJJe_[

:53.13

New Albany

:53.23

University

:53.31

Cincinnati Roger Bacon

:53.42

Upper Arlington

:53.48

Cincinnati St. Xavier

:53.58

School

Time

1 David Mosko

Clnci n natLSJ,J~a_vier

:46.11

2 Austin Staab

Westerville Central

:46.41

Brunswick

:47.32

4 Wren Dupre

Cln~inl'li=!tLMi=! riemont

:47.50

5 Kyle Greene

Cincinnati Turpin

:47.71

AKron_ Fires_tone

:47.74

Columbus St. Charles

:47.75

Lakota East

:47.76

PI Name

3 Andrew Misich 4 Austin Staab 5 Stephen Grove

10 Mark Bernstein

15 Matt Angelini 16 Tim Collins 17 Bill Anderson 18 Chris Fette 19 Dan Wendorff 20 Charley Hessler

Boys 100 Freestyle (Updated January 31, 2006)

PI Name

3 Joel Elber

6 Jeff Montague 7 Chris Doman 8 Jared Miller

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9 Colin Murtagh

Toledo St. Francis De Sales

:47.78

10 Charley Hessler

.CLociiJJlatLSt. X.a_vJer

:47.94

11 Jim Barbiere

C:im:innatLSt, X.ayler

:48.30

!,aJ<otaEas_t

:48.35

University

:48.43

14 Tommy Inwood

Solon

:48.46

15 Aaron Whisman

Akcortfireston~

:48.59

University

:48.60

Martins Ferry

:48.61

18 Jack Reed

Sbaker Heigb_ts_

:48.68

19 Eric Davis

Canfield

:48.82

New Albany

:48.83

School

Time

CJ o~ln_o_ati St. Xavier

4:29.81

2 Justin Galbreath

Kettering Fairmont

4:37.71

3 Austin Staab

Westerville Central

4:41.49

Napoleon

4:41.50

C:im:i n natLSt.Xavi~r

4:41.69

!,akot~Lfa_st

4:42.30

7 Tim Montague

Akr::onfir.estorte_

4:43.46

8 Bart Ginocchio

Cin~innatLSt. X.avJer::

4:43.50

Cincinnati Elder

4:44.36

Lakewood St. Edward

I 4:45.04

12 Stephen Grove 13 Kevin Happ

16 Tyler Bailey 17 Markus Sievers

20 Mitchell Challacombe

Boys 500 Freestyle (Updated January 31, 2006)

PI Name

1 David Mosko

4 Nick Saul 5 Jim Barbiere 6 Jared Miller

9 Nathan Williams 10 Chris Rouchard 11 Neil Anderson

12 Sean Shannon

Lakewood; 4:45.20 Dayton Christian

4:45.34

Solon

4:45.77

Cincinnati Mariemont

4:46.33

University

4:46.41

Beavercreek

4:46.46

Cincinnati Moeller

4:46.74

Akr::on_Fir::estone

4:46.77

Xavie_r::

4:47.80

!,a ke_w.o.Pd _St. Edward

4:48.07

13 Tommy Inwood 14 John Austin 15 Ryan Neff 16 Aaron Buchanan 17 Brian Howell 18 Jeff Montague 19 Matt Columbus 20 Max Geiger

Cim:Jnna.tLSt.

Boys 200 Freestyle Relay (Updated January 31, 2006)

PI School

1 Cincinnati St. Xavier

Time

1:27.96

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2

Akron_fir~_$tone

1:29.43

3 Cincinnati Turpin

1:29.55

4 Cincinnati Roger Bacon

1:29.76

5 Columbus St. Charles

1:29.80

6 Cleveland Orange

1:30.15

7 University

1:30.16

8 Lakota East

1:30.48

9 Westerville North

1:30.74

10 Solon

1:30.80

l1 Youngstown Boardman

1:30.97

12 Upper Arlington

1:31.39

13 CincinnatLSyca.m.or.:e

1:31.43

14 l,ake~oodSt.f::dward

1:31.51

15 Cincino.flti. PrincetOJl

1:31.56

16 Toledo St. Francis De Sales

1:31.70

17 6eaver.:cr.:eek

1:32.09

18 Stow-Munroe Falls

1:32.19

19 Thomas Worthington

1:32.30

20 CincJnnatLM.ariemont

1:32.34

Boys 100 Backstroke (Updated January 31, 2006)

School

Time

CinQ.o.n atLEr.io..c.~to n

:51.58

PI Name

1 Doug Spraul :

2 .Matt Angelini

Cin~innati

Moeller

:51.73

Brunswick

:52.29

Martins Ferry

:52.80

Columbus Academy

:52.87

6 Sean Evans

University

:52.93

7 Kevin Happ

University

:53.09

8 Matt Grubb

Ceotervl!le

:53.13

Ctn ci r:matLSt, Xavi~I

:53.21

Napoleon

:53.60

New Albany

:53.67

Cincinnati St. Xavier

:53.72

Columbus St. Charles

:53.82

Akron Firestone

:53.85

Cincinnati Roger Bacon

:54.11

16 Michael Vaughn

The Plains Athens

:54.16

17 Scott Bey

Westerville North

:54.47

Cincinnati St. Xavier

:54.75

3 Joel Elber 4 Markus Steivers 5 Chris Sanford

9 Jim Barbiere 10 Nick Saul l1 Mitchell Challacombe

12 David Mosko 13 Marshall Sherman 14 Jeff Montague 15 Chris Fette

18 Jim Mertens

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~tnclnnatLSt, )(ayL~

:54.75

Mansfield

:54.76

School

Time

1 Jared Miller

Lakota East

:58.52

2 David Gatz

Delaware Hayes

:58.98

Mason

:59.33

~oLI..ImJ:u.JsSt . . ~bf!rles

:59.46

fv1Hforc:l

1:00.01

6 Jake Epperson

Toledo St. John's Jesuit

1:00.05

7 Nathan Butler

Cincinnati Turpin

1:00.39

Columbus Academy

1:00.43

19 Charley Hessler 20 Taylor Smith

Boys 100 Breaststroke {Updated January 31, 2006)

PI Name

3 Spencer Hewes 4 JD Coppel 5 Elliott Keefer

8 Michael Lopresti

St, ~baLl_~_S.

1:00.66

10 Jim Mertens

CLm:jnnt:ltLSt. XaYJer

1:00.79

11 Justin Farra

Cincinnati Hills Christian

1:00.95

12 Kevn Fahey

Delaware Hayes

1:01.41

13 Jeff Montague

Akron Firestone

1:01.66

14 Mike Whipkey

Mason

1:01.98

Columbus St. Charles

1:01.99

Solon

1:02.11

17 Vincent Ahn

La ls.Q.ta East

1:02.23

18 Brent Stires

Cincinnati _St. Xavier

1:02.37

Cincinnati Moeller

1:02.37

Upper Arlington

1:02.38

9 Hans Hill

15 Erik Mai

~QI1,.1_01RI..IS

16 Tommy Inwood

19 Matt Angelini 20 Paul Huey

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Boys 400 Freestyle Relay {Updated January 31, 2006)

PI School

Time

1 Cinc::inn.atLSt.)(aviec

3:10.93

2 Columbus St. Charles

3:14.33

3 Cincinnati Turpin

3:14.64

4 Lakota East

3:15.28

5 University

3:15.87

6 Akron Firestone

3:15.94

7 Cincinnati Roger Bacon

3:17.10

8 Youngstown Boardman

3:19.18

9 Westerville North 10 Cincinnati Moeller 11 Lak~WQQO St. Ec:lWclCc:l

3:19.73

.

3:20.03 3:20.24

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12 Mfi~QD

3:20.33

ll3 Canfield

3:20.84

14 6~fl_v.er:~r.eek

3:20.97

15 Canton Glenoak

3:21.05

16 Thomas Worthington

3:21.13

17 Solon

3:21.18

18 Cin(:lonatL Mflri.emo.nt

3:21.36

19 Toledo St. Francis De Sales

3:21.46

20 Shaker Heights

3:22.16

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State swimming ~ ·~ S- c. '-cANToN. Ohio (API - Results from Fnday's events at the 2005 OHSAA boys and gj~s state swlm· mmgmeet

BOYS

DIVISION I zoo-,-,

1, St. Xovlor, 1:34.78; 2, Cols. St. Cha~es. 1:36.81; 3,........, E'Mt 1:37.51: 4, Gahanna CoiS. Academy, 1:37.56; 5, Tol. St FranciS, 1:38 18. 6. New Albany, 1:38.24; 7, Hunbng Valley Un1versrty. 1:38.96; 8, Upper A~ington, OQ; 9, Le•ngton 1:38.76: 10, Tol. StJohn's, 1:39.40: 11. Wes~ake 1:39.51; ~ tQ~~ M·l,t13 CenteMIIe. 1:40.44; .8\!4? 15, Akron Firestone, 1:40.6416, Solon, OQ;.

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1, IIJio"'-, Sr, Turpin, 1:39.95: 2. Chns Doman, Sr., Cols. St Cha~es. 1:40.37, 3, Jeff Menta· gue, Sr., AJ<r. Rrestone, 1:41.30; 4, a.t Ginocchio, Jr, St. Xovlor, 1>42.51: 5. Chns Rouchard. Sr, Lakewood St Edward, 1:42.65; 6, IUthan ._,Jr., Odor, L-43.20; 7, N1Ck Saul, Sr., Napoleon, 1:43.23; 8, ...., Dol8n, Jr., St. Xovlor, 1:44.02; 9, .................... St. Xovlor, 1>42.32; 10, Brent Hitchcock, Soph., Spong. cath Cent. 1'44 3711, Marshall Shennan. Soph., Cols. St Cha~es. 1:44.41 12, Scott MartJn. Soph. Cols St Cha~es. 144.49 13. Sean Shannon, Jr., Oay. Chns· ban, 1:45.03 14, Jon ~ Jr., - . lo45.22 15, Scott Fndenchs, Jr. Tol St. Franos. 1:45.69 16, M1U:h Denu, Sr .. Wort111ngton KJiboume, 1:45.80

200 lndhldual _ , 1, ............ Jr., ......... E'Mt 1:51.84: 2, . . ...-.Sr.,St.Xovlor, 1:52.23;~

m.""t:M:b!~~¥~~:' 5~Scott

Bey, Sr : Westerville N, 1:54.69:6, Tommy Inwood, Soph., So· ion. 1:55.68; 7, a-to, lleoolor, Jr., St. Xovlor, 1:56.34, Marlws S1evers. Sr, MartJns FerTY. DQ: 9. Jake Eppewn, Soph., Tol. St John's, 1:55.20: 10. Timothy Collins, Soph., New Albany, 1:55 70 11, $poncer . - . Soph., ...... 1:57.20, 12, - WIII!IMr, Sr.,..._, 1:57.33, 13, JD Coppel, Sr.. Cols. St Cha~es. 1:57.4914, Ryan Holy, Sr., Gates Mills Hawken, 1:57.9015, AdamStutz.Jr. Beavercreel<. 1:59.92 18, luolln Forra, Jr., Cia. ...

Chrlotlon, DQ SOFrwotrle

l,.looiiSchnoldor,Sr, T.,.,,21.06; 2. Colin Murta,, Sr.. Tol St FranciS, 21.12; 3, Paul M1ller. Jr, Sidney, 21.13; 4. Michael Kelley. Sr.. Westerville North. 21.33; 4, Joel Elber. Sr.. BrunswiCk, 21.33; 6 Andrew M1stch. Jr. Chardon NDCl. 21.40; 7, Sean McGraw. Sr. Ashland Crestv1ew. 21.46; 8. Zach Von deftlaar, Sr. Cots Academy, 21.59: 9, Rpn Kel, Sr., . _ , 2L53: 10, lloYid Dupre, Sr., - . 2L60, 11. Ryan Beljan Sr, Ashland, 21.97 12. Todd Ge1se. Sr.. F1ndlay. 22 0413. Michael Marsico, Jr Elyna 22 07 14. Conner O'Halloran. Soph., Youngs. Boardman. 22 16 15. Mtchael Oldham. Jr., Akr. Ftrestone, 22.28 16. Chns MarquiSS, Jr. Solon. 22.36. 100--, T-Scoroo

1, St. Xovlor, 121. 2. Cols. St. Cha~es. 64: 3, ........, East, 58: 4. Tol St FranciS. 48; 5. New Albany, 46; 6, Cols. Academy, 41, 7, Hunting Valley Um· vernity, 39; 8, Tot Sa10t John's Jesu~. 32; 9, Upper Arlington, 31; 10, Chardon NOCL, 29; 11, WesterVIlle North, 28; 1.2, Westlake,~ ~26~4 BrunswiCk, 25; 15, Akr. ~§fi.le noak, 21; 16, Worthington KJiboume. 21

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Boys' swimming I•

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...100F~

tl.\c;,

I, Austin Staab, Jr., Westerville Cent, 44.94; 2,

ll1lo ~. Sr~ Tonpla, 45.85; 3, Colin Murta~.

Sr., Tol. St Francis, 46.60; 4, Jeff Montague, Sr., Akr. Rresnne, 46.73; 5, Paut Miller,Jr .• Sidney, 47 29; 6, Joel Elbet, Sr., Brunswick, 47.31; 7,Joob5d!noirlor, Sr~ T.,tor, 47.35; 8, Dnld llapn, Sr., Mart. - . 47.55; 9, Matt Edgin, Jr., Upper Arlington, 4739; 10, Clwtoylloalor, lr ., St. xm.r, 47.43 II, Michael Kelley, Sr., Westerville Nolth, 47.55 12, ·Un<:oln Fahrbach, Soph., Fremont Ross, 47.76 13, Sean McGraw, Sr., Ashland Crestview, 47.78 14, Mrtchell Challacombe, Jr., New Albany, 47. 79 15, Tim Kasberg. Sr., Pickerington Cent, 48.1116, Joey 0.

.... Jr., St. xmor, 48.22

200F~bloy

1, Cols. St Cha~es. 1:26.26; 2, St. xm.r, 1:26.35; 3, Upper Arlington, 1:26.65; 4, Akr. Are· stooe, 1:26.90; 5, Westervile N., 1:27.34; &, ,Roew llacoft,1:28.29; 7, Canfield, 1:28.72;, Toi.St Fran· cis, OQ; 9, Cln. Turpin, 1:27.55; 10, Fremont Ross, 1:29.12 11, Lakewood St Edwa111, 1:29.32 12. Wor· thington Kllboume, 1:29.37 13, Youngs. Boa111man, 1:29.41 14, Thomas Wolthington, 1:30.36; 15, M.- . 1:30.62; 16, Ashland, 1:30.97

100 llac"-t

1, Jlao Balillore, Sot>h. St. x..lor, 50.69; 2, Mar1<us Sievers, Sr., Martins Feny, 50. 79; ~ Cln. ~· s~i van ' :;Jnfing 08fl1vers11T .7; Sean 5, ChriS Sanforti, Jr., Cols. Academy. 51.81: 6, Scott Bev. Sr..

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Westerville NoM, 5197:7. M1tchell ChaUacombe.Jr..

New Albanv. 52.24, !lyon !WI, Sr.,....., DQ; 9, Marshal~·ennan~ . Cols. St Chanes. 52.01: 10, MiChael Vaughn. Jr.. The Pla~ns Athens. 52.29 11. Kevin Happ, Sr.. HunMgValley Umversrty. 52.3212, a.to Folia, Sr., ...., ......, SZ.SI 13. Peter Fellowes. Jr .. Cle. Orange. 52.97 14, Dooc Spnul, Jr~ . . . - - , 53.23 15. Glenn Wagner. Jr.. Can. Glenoak. 53.39 16. K~e Hooley. Jr. wooster. 53.88

100 .........

1, s.-- .._, Sotoll~ ..... 57.77; 2, n. Morllolo, a Xawlor, 57.88; 3. Jake Epperson,

Soph .. Tol. St Jonn·s, 58.16; 4, JD Coppel, Sr.. Cols. St Cnanes. 58.51. 5, ....,. Mllor, Jr~ ...,..

Eoot, 51.72; 6, , . . _ lullor, $otlll., T..,.,, 51.90; 7. Eliott - · Jr~ Mlllonl, 51.94; a, Forra, Jr~ CIICA, 59.65; 9. DaVId Gatz, Sr, Delaware Hayes, 58.94: 10, M1chae1 Lopresti. Soph .. Cols. Academy, 59.88 11, Hans H•ll, Sr. Cols. St. Chanes. 59.81 12, Jusbn Max. Sr .. Reynoldsburg, 1:00 11 13. Kev•n Fahey. Sr. Delaware Hayes. 1.00.53 14. Mlu WhlploeJ, Sr• ._.,1:oo.sa 15. Marcus Geer. Sr. M1lford Center Fa1rbankS.

1.01.0316, M•ke Carroll, Sr .. ToL St FranciS. 1:01.37

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C4 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2005

HIGH SCHOOLS

Boys' swimming preview

St. X still the team to beat By Alex Blumer Enquirer staffwriter

Bombers return eight state qualifiers

St. Xavier coach Jim Brower's worst fears seemed to be coming true after day 1 of last year's boys' state swimming meet, as his Bombers trailed Columbus Upper Arlington by nearly 40 points. But the Bombers roared back to capture their seventh straight state crown, and 27th overall. With eight state qualifiers back, including 100 butterfly champ David Mosko, St. X looks nearly untouchable heading into this season. "If anybody was going to beat them, it was last year, n Anderson coach Ed Bachman said of St. X. "I don't see anybody coming close the next two years." The Bombers have a tremendous junior class with Mosko, one of the state's top swimmers after finishing in the top two at state in four events, Bart Ginocchio (fourth in the 200 and 500 freestyles), Charley Hessler and Tommy J anszen. Seniors Jim Mertens, who has committed to Cornell, Brad Carman and Matt Wright are solid. Jim Barbiere (fifth in the 100 back-

stroke as a freshman), sophomore Alex Smith, and freshman Matt Columbus will contribute as well. ''We were fortunate to come out on the good end last year," said Brower, who has won 12 state titles with St. X, "and we're very, very excited with the team we have coming back." Turpin, fourth at state last year, and Sycamore should be the best of the rest. The Spartans return the core of their 200 and 400 freestyle relays, both of which finished in the top four at state, in seniors Kyle Greene and Rob Jackson and sophomore Nathan Butler. Greene, who's committed verbally to the University of Kentucky, was the state runner-up in the 200 free, while Jackson (50 free) and Butler (100 breast) both made it to Canton individually as well. ''We lost some depth, but we should still be competitive," said Turpin head coach Rene Contino. ''We're looking for Kyle to have a great year." Sycamore is led by junior Mark

Bernstein, a state qualifier in three events last year, senior Andrew Wittkugel and senior diver Mike Pennerman (11th at state). Mason could sneak into the mix thanks to the area's deepest team numbers-wise outside of St. X. Sophomore Spencer Hewes is the only returning state qualifier for coach Mark Sullivan, though. Lakota East boasts the duo of senior Stephen Grove and junior Jared Miller, a 200 IM state qualifier who should be vastly improved after focusing on swimming instead of baseball in the offseason.

Other swimmers to watch • Wren Dupre, Mariemont- A three-time state qualifier in the 100 fly (fourth last season) and twice in the 100 free. • Matt Angelini, Moeller Committed to Clemson, he's a three-time state qualifier in the 100 back and took fifth in the 200 IM last season. • Nathan Williams, Elder-Ajunior returning state qualifier (500 free, 200 medley relay) who some

feel could end up being better than older brother, Tim, who swims for Penn State. • Michael Guilfoil, Anderson The senior diver has twice finished in the top 10 at state. • Ian Ballard, Indian Hill - A state diving qualifier the last two seasons. • Elliott Keefer, Milford; Josh Schneider, Taylor- The top returnees in the state in their respective events (Keefer eight in 100 breast, Schneider seventh in 50 free). • Doug Spraul, Princeton- The junior was a state qualifier in the 100 back and the 100 fly. • Chris Fette, St. Bernard Was dual state qualifier last year as a junior (100 back, 200 IM).

Tournament schedule Sectionals: Diving- Feb. 8 at Miami University in Oxford; Swimming - Feb. 10 at Mason and Keating Natatorium. District: Diving - Feb. 15 at Miami; Swimming- Feb.17, at Miami. State: Diving - Feb. 23, Branin Natatorium in Canton; SwimmingFeb. 24-25, Branin.

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Edgell, Bockstiegel warm up for state By Kyle Burch Community Press Staff Writer

Madeira High School seniors Ashlee Edgell and Sarah Bockstiegel continued their impressive swim seasons by qualifying for this weekend's state swim meet in Canton. Bockstiegel took second place in the 200-yard freestyle and third place in the 500-yard freestyle. Edgell advanced after winning the 200-yard individual medley in a time of2:07.08, as well as qualifying in the 100-yard backstroke. Alexa Wilson, Meredith Jackson, Bockstiegel and Edgell were

members of Madeira's 200-yard freestyle relay event which qualified, while Bockstiegel, Wilson, Edgell and Rolfes teamed up to advance in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Deer Park's lone swimmer, Ashley Vosberg, advanced to her firstever stc::.te meet, qualifying in the 100-yard breaststroke. Matt Angelini led the state qualifiers from Moeller, advancing in the 100-yard backstroke and 200yard individual medley events. Brian Howell also advanced for Moeller and will swim in the saoyard freestyle and 200-individual

The state swim meet will take medley events: The Crusaders also qualified place Friday and Saturday at C.T. swimmers in the 400-yard Branirn Natatorium in Canton. kburch@communitypress.com freestyle relay and 200-yard med576-8255 ley relay events.

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TURPIN The was . .· · , statesenior champi"''t' on in the 200 ' · freestyle !,, .. (1:39.95) and runner-up in the 100 freestyle (45.85), and was part of the fifth-place 400 freestyle relay team (3:12.74).

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Charley Hessler The junior was STXA~~ part of the state champi4 on 200 medley relay team . (1:34.78) and the state runner-up 200 freestyle relay team (1:26.35), and was seventh in the 200 IM (1:56.34).

Boys honorable mention Drvmg- lan Ballard, Indian Hill; Soott Kelley. CHCA; Soot! Sargent.

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50 froestyle - Ryan llell. Bad1n; Wren Dupre, Mariemont 100 frw.;tyle - Wren Dupre. Mariemont; Chartey Hessler, St xavier, Joey Deters. St xavier. 200 freestyle- Nathan Williams. Elder, J1m Barb1ere, St X8v1er, John Austin, Manemont 500 freestyle- Nathan W111iams, Elder, Matt Columbus, St xav1er; John Austin, Manemont Bnan Howell, Moeller. 100 bac!§troke- Matt Aogehni. ~an Ke11, Badm; Doug Spraul, PiiiiCetOii; ·Chns Fette. Roger Bacon. 100 breaststroke - Nathan BuUer. Turpin; ElliOtt Keefer, Milford; Justin farTa. CHCA; Moke Whipkey, Mason. 100 butterfly- Doug Spraul. PnncetDn; Stephen Grove, Lai<Ot.! East i00 IM- Matt AngPA.Ili. ~

M1Ke Whipkey, Mason; JIJStln Farra, CHCA. 200 freestyle relay - Roger Bacon (luke Mukuda. Oms Fette, l<eVIn Ryan, Ben Slone); Turpin (Rob Jacloson, Nathan Butler, Andrew Spurling, Kyle Greene). Mason (Brad Langforo, Jared Bollman. Shane sauter, M•ke Whipkey). 400 freestyle relay - Turpon (Rob Jackson, Nathan Butler, Andrew Spun1ng. Kyie Greene); Lakota East (Jared M1ller, Kntis Huelsman, V.ncent Ahn, Stephen Grove); Manemont (John AustJn, Dan Austln, Aaron Robens, Wren Dupre). 200 medley relay -Lakota East (Jared M1ller, Stephen Grove, V1ncent AM, K11tos Huelsman); Moelle~Matt Aogelml Keyjn Koenig ~n

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Girls honorable mention 01ving- Aimee Sundberg. Ursuline; Molly Rohde. St Ursula; Mallory Naber, Ursuline; Kirtley IIJOmbholz. Indian Hill: Rose Farruggia, Indian Holl; lzzy IIJOmbholz. lndoan Holl; Katnna Buckner, Wyoming; Brittany catama, Talawanda. 50 freestyle- Amy Krone. 5yc<lmo,.; Ashley Sohngen. SL U~S<Jia; Katy Hare, lakota west; Leola Sloneker, Badin, Lange Golby, Taylor. 100 freestyle - Amy IIJOne, Sycamo,.; Allie Horvath. Badin; Leila Sloneker, Badin; Lange Golby, Taylor. 200 freestyle- Laura Tomes, AndeiSOn; Sarah Sm1th, Anderson; Ka!Je Chute, Andersen; Elizabeth Tabor. lakota East Samh Bockstiegel, Madeira; Allie Henges, Purcell Marian; Laura Bnchler, Roger Bacon. 500 freestyle- Sarah Smith,

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Doyle. Ashley Sohngen. Casey Ridge, Kelsey Veh~; Anderson (Anita Beck. Katie Chute, Lelgtl HICks. Laura Tomes); lakota West (Katy Hare, Chelsea Grabarz, Alex Hauck. caroline Reed); Mariemont (Christina Flessa, Mary Spooner. Natalie Helm rich, Chelsea Kllglmeler); lnd1an H1ll (Amanda Smtth, Natalie Fntz. Laura Schapiro, Margaret Fish); Wyoming(Sophie Mort. EliZ.abeth Roebuck. Julie Reynolds, Jane Tsivitse): Madeim (Ash lee Eqgell, sarah Bockstlegel, Alexa Wilson, Meredith Jackson). 400 freestyle relay - Andersen (laura Tomes, Sarah Smith, Katie Chute. Ani!.! Beok); Sycamore (Ertca Kao. sarah Porter. Kenzie Kassoff, Amy Krone); Ursuline (Kate Bowlin, Katie GoiSllch. Kate Senne, Sara IIJOne); Mount Notre Dame (Emily Cree;y. Megan Nunan. Ann Johnson, EmM·"'lioeper); Manemont (Chnstina

Aessa. Mary Spooner. Kaitlyn Adams, Chelsea 1\oglmeier); Madeira (Ashlee Edgell, sarah Bockstlegel, Alexa Wilson, Meredith Jackson); Wyom1ng (Sophie Mort. Elizabeth Roebuck, Jane Tsivitse, Gaby Buckne~.

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"It's Kreiling for all the right reasons. I get tired of hearing, 'You guys always w·in.' lVe had a sh'irt a couple of years ago that said, 'IfU looks easy, 'it's because it 'isn't. ' These kids work hard all sea.son ... " Sl Xavier coach Jim Brower

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responded with a !'c.:ond-plan.· fin· ish (1:26.35), as did stnior Jim ~1trtt-ns, who eamtd the state runner-up titlt• in tht> 10{}-yard breasl.;troke (57.8H). The Bombers team of Barbiere, Dl'trrs, Ginocrhio and :\1osko capped th<· night with a championship swim in the 400-yard freestyle relay (3:07.10). eutting more than four ~econds from their preliminary time. 11w St. X gaml' plan, yl'ar after year, is simple and ~ucc(·ssful. "If\\'(' hnvc th1~ bt"•t l!·:tm, I ,,..ant to win: Hrowt:r said. • Girls: Anderson junior Anita Beck was 2-for-2 this wr·ekend. The Redskins junior repeated as tht• )tirls' Division I 500-yard freestyle thampion with a time of 4:51!:!8. Beck won the 20f).yard freest} le event Friday but was more nt-rvous aboct reclaiming her title in the distance event "You"re worried about not meeting f•}.."JK'ttations." Beck said. Undsey Graessle of Kings finishes second in the D-1100 breest.

"You just have to try to foeus and block it all out." Indian Hill junior Amanda Smith also collected a championship title with a first-place finish in the D-11 500-yard freestyle event with a time of 4:50.95. • Team: like St. X. Gates ::V1illes Hawken had a string of statt· 1 team titles to its credit and added one more Saturday as the Hawks earned their seventh girls' Divi· sion ll championship title. Hawken, which has won every D-11 title since the girls split divisions in 2000, went into the final day of t·omprtition with a 73-point lead over Indian Hill and finisht·d the med with 346 points. Indian Hill and Perkins round- ' ed out the top three with 153 and 117 points, respectively. Cppcr Arlington stayed ahead of Ursuline to repeat as the V-I girls' state champion with 319 points. l'r;;uline (226.50) and Centerville (203) secured the second and third spots.

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State swimming I Eight straight titles for St. Xavier

And the beat goes on: Bombers champs again

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Anderson's Anita Beck repeated as Division I state champ in the 500-yard freestyle Saturday. She also won the 200 free Friday.

Anderson's Beck leads way among local girls in Div. I By Debbie Juniewiez Enquirer contributor

CAN'ION- It never gets old for the St. Xavier Bombers. St. Xavier captured its eighth consecutive and 28th overall boys' state title Saturday at the Ohio State High School Swimming Chrup.pionships a! the C.T Branin ·NatetoriuminCanton.TheBomb-·· · eis''faJiied 289 points to secondplace St. Charles' 188 points. "It's exciting for all the right rea·, sons," Bombers coach Jim Brower said. "I get tired of hearing, 'You guys always win.' We had a shirt a )

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victory and happy to do his part for the team. "Last year, we weren't expected to win and this year we are, so there is a lot more pressure,'' Mosko said. "But we're a pretty relaxed group of guys, so ifs OK" Bombers sophomore Jim Barbiere did his part with a first-place finish in the 100-yard backstroke (50.60). Despite leading by 37 points going into the final night of competition, the Bombers didn't let up Saturday. "I tell them every time they get up on the blocks to use the opportunity and make every swim count," Brower ~d. "Whether

reacts after winning the Divigets congratulations after winsion II 500-yard freestyle by ning the 100-yard backstroke about 4.5 seconds. in 50.69. .. ·-·~· ~ ·· • · ., ", .. ~_''ft'reupordewn,wewanttocome couple of years ago that said, ''If it chio set the tone early Satuiday up with our best performance." looks easy, it's because it isn't' night as the juniors swa."ll to firstThe 200-yard freestyle relay These kids work hard all season and second-place finishes, respec- team ofJoey Deters, Matt Wright, and they earn the right to swim tively, in the 500-yard freestyle Brad Carman and Charley Hessler fast" event with times of 4:28.52 and David Mosko and Bart Ginoc- 4:33.32. Moskowashappywith the See SWIMMING, Page C7


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Boys' district swimming

The Enquirer/Sarah Conard

St. xavier's David Mosko, winning his specialty in the districts Friday night at Miami University, feels he right on target to successfully defending his state championship in the 100-yard butterfly. ·

St. Xavier rolls in· D-1 Perennial powerhouse Bombers far outdistance Mason By Mark Schmetzer

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OXFORD-Josh Schneider is ready to take his best shot at winning the state 50-yard freestyle championship- if, that is, he can go one more week without breaking his hand. In just his second swim of the season without a cast on his right hand, the Taylor senior knocked .23 seconds off his time in the 50 free at the boys' district meet at Miami University's Corwin Nixon Natatorium Friday night. "So far, the year's gone good," said Schneider, who first broke his hand playing football and broke it twice since then in nonswimming accidents. "I think I swam well, but I can swim better. I had a horrible pullout on the tum, but I'm going for the gold." St. Xavier junior David Mosko knows what it's like to win the gold. Mosko, the defending state champion in the 100 butterfly, took .54 seconds off his time while beating Princeton junior Doug Spraul in that event. Mosko feels he's right on schedule. "The approach our coaches take is tonight and next weekend are one big eight-day meet," said Mosko, who also won the 500 freestyle district championship. "I haven't shaved yet. I'll cut back a little bit on the yardage and work on visualizing having a great race." St. Xavier coach Jim Brower, whose team will be seeking its eighth consecutive state championship, 13th of his career and

The Enquirer/Sarah Conard

St. Xavier's Alex Smith competes in the 100-yard butterfly Friday night at the Southwest District boys' swimming meet at Miami University.

28th overall next weekend at Branim Natatorium in Canton, said: "He's set up real nice." The top three finishers in each event automatically qualified for the state meet. The Bombers had nine swim· mers automatically qualify in seven events - including three relays - while winning the district title with a 430·175 margin over runner-up Mason. "We're swimming as well as we can swim at this point in the season," Brower said. "The big thing this week is we need to get some big swims next week."

Schneider, the state's top returning 50 free swimmer after finishing seventh last season, actually finished second in the district to Sidney junior Paul Miller, who was the 15th-seeded swimmer in the event. Miller turned in an astonishing time of 21.32, down from the 22.78 he swam in his sectional meet. "I asked him where that came from," Schneider said. "He said he swam in a bad pool." The girls' Division II district meet is scheduled for today, and the Division I meet is scheduled for tonight, both also at Miami.

"We're swimming as well as we can swim at this point in the season. The big thing this week is we need to get some big swims next week. " St XaYier coach fiiD Brornr


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50 .......,.. Dupre (Mariemont) 21.74; Grove (LE} 21.99; Mosko (St. X) 22.03; Jackson (Turpin) 22.29; Rooney (St X) 22.30; Miller (lE) 22.36; Hessler(St X) 22.37; Springer(St X) 22.42; Barbiere (Sl X) 22.45; Spraul (Princeton) 22.46.

100 .......,..

Mosko (St. X) 46.11; Dupre (Mariemont) 4 7.50; Greene (Tur· pin) 47.71; Miller(lE)47.76; Hessler(SlX) 47.94; Barbiere(St X) 48.3D; Grove (lE) 48.35; Rooney (Sl X) 48.61; Deters (St. X) 49.07; Jackson (Turpin) 49.18.

200 .......,..

Mosko (St. X) 1:39.93; Barbiere(Sl X) 1:43.09; Greene (Tur· pin) 1:43.40; Hessler (St. X) 1:44.14; Ginocchio (St. X) 1:44.38; Williams (Elder) 1:44.88; Grove (lE) 1:45.53; Writ)lt (Sl X) 1:45.88; Hewes (Mason) 1:46.21; Austin (Mariemont) 1:46.45.

500 .......,..

Mosko (St X) 4:29.81; Miller (lE) 4:39.50; Barlliere (St. X) 4:41.69; Williams (Elder) 4:41.90; Ginocchio (St. X) 4:43.50; Austin (Mariemont) 4:46.33; Howell (Moeller) 4:46.74; Columbus (St. X) 4:4 7.80; lawley (St. X) 4:48.58; Greene (Turpin) 4:50.37.

100 ............. Spraul (Princeton) 51.58; Angelini (Moeller) 51. 73; Barbiere (Sl X) 53.21; Mosko (St. X) 53. 72; Fette (Roger Bacon) 54.11: Hessler (St. X) 54.76; Merterls (St X) 54.75; Janszen (St. X) 55.02; GinocchiO (St X) 55.50; Neack (St. X) 56.07.

100.....-... Miller (LE) 58.52: Hewes (Mason) 59.18; Keefer (Mi~ord) 59.23; Butler (Turpin) 1:00.39: Mertens (St. X) 1:00. 79; Fana (CHCA) 1:00.95; Whipkey (Mason) 1:D1.98; Ahn (lE) 1:02.23; Ange!im (Moeller) 1:02.37; Stires (Sl X) 1:02.37. 100 butiMiy Spraul (Princeton) 50.39; Mosko (St X) 51.32; Grove (lE) 52.09; Bernstein (S)tamore) 52.88; Jackson (Turpin) 52.71: Dupre (Mariemont) 52.95; Angelini (Moeller) 53.13; Fette (Roger Bacon) 53.42; Hessler (St. X) 53.58: Barlliere (St. X) 53.81.

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Angelim (Moeller) 1:53.14; Miller(lE) 1:53.54; Mosko (St X) 1:55.42; Mertens (St. X) 1:56.10; Bernstein (S)tamore) 1:58.88; Whipkey (Mason) 1:58.13; Hewes (Mason) 1:58.44; Butler (Turpin) 1:59.14; Fette (Roger Bacon) 1:59.24; Hessler (St X) 2:00.26.

1-diwing Hedbrant (Mi~olll) 291.50; Sa,gent (Mason) 282. 70; Pennerman (S)tamore) 264.65; Scott Sa,gent (Mason) 252.95; Pennerman (S)talllOre) 264.65; Stephen Sa,gent (Mason) 252.95; Domis (St X) 242.80; Sabert (St. X) 237.50; Dln16Sso (S)tamore) 222.25; Kelly (Elder) 218.57; Osbourne (Middletown) 215.60; Rapp (Mason) 206.00.

200......,Nioy St xavier 1:37.15; Turpin 1:38.74; Lakota East 1:40.37; Roger Bacoo1:41.32; Moeller 1:41.46; Mason 1:42.44; La Salle 1:144.12; S)tamore 1:44.16; Elder 1:44.53; Princeton 1:46.31.

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St xavier 1:27.96;Turpin 1:29.55; Roger Bacon 1:29. 76; La Salle 1:30.45; Lakota East 1:30.48; Elder 1:31.36; S)tamore 1:31.43; Princeton 1:31.56; Mason 1:31.83; Mariemont 1:3~.34.

400 .......,.. Nloy

St xavier 3:10.93; Turpin 3:14.64; Lakota East 3:15.28; Roger Bacon 3:17.10; Mason 3:18.91; Moeller 3:20.03; Mariemont 3:21.36: Sycamore 3:22.49: Princeton 3:23.D5; La Salle 3:26.23.

GIRLS

50 freestyle Doyle (St Ursula) 24.49; Tanner (Ursuline) 24.84;· Krone (Sycamore) 24.84; Radke (Ursuline) 24.94; Hare (lW) 24.95; Kao (Sycamore) 25.27; Beck (Anderson) 25.28; Sohngen (Sl Ursula) 25.30; Lyndl (Fail1ield) 25.33; Griffiths (Mason) 25.37. 100 .......,..

Doyle (St Ursula) 53.36; Krone (Sycamore) 53. 74; Tanner (Ursuline) 53.78; Griffiths (Mason) 54.06; Radke (Ursuline) 54.06; Hare (lW) 54.83; Hoeper (MND) 55.20; Kao (Sycamore) 55.29; 8ersani (K~ngs) 55. 71. ·

200 .......,..

Krone (Ursuline) 1:56.47; Tomes (Anderson) 1:56.72; Vehr (St. Ursula) 1:56.85; Tabor (LE) 1:57.32; Krone (Sycamore)

1.57.49; Westrick (Fair1ield) 1:57.55; Tanner (Ursuline) 1:57.61; Radke(Ursuhne) 1:57.86; Miller(St Ursula) 1:58.34; Smitl1 (Anderson) 1:58.45. 500 fNeotylo Beck (Anderson) 5:00.48; Vein (St. Ursula) 5:03.50; Smitl1 (Anderson) 5:04.60;Tomes (Anderson) 5:05.34; Miller(St Ursula) 5:06.41; Tabor (lE) 5:06.53: Krone (Ursuline) 5:08.22; Kmdrick (lE) 5:09.03; Chute (Anderson) 5:09.18; Ridge (St. Ursula) 5:13.69.

lOGTanner (Ursuline) 59. 77; l.ennoo (Loveland) 59.88; Lynch (Fair1ie!d) 1:00.94; Bersani (Kings) 1:01.25; Hoeper (MND) 1:01.45; Wunderie (Mason) 1:02.40; Porter(Sycamore) 1:02.69: Kassoff (S)tamore) 1:03.02; Heinsen (LW) 1:03.32; Radke (Urs~ine) 1:03.32. 100~

Vehr (St Ursula) 1:05.88; Graessle (Kings) 1:08.13; Rom (li'suhne) 1:06.52; Troyan (Kings) 1:07.52; Con~in (Ursuline) 1:07.82; Ka10 (Oak Hills) 1:08.01; Tanner(Ursuline) 1:08.17; Ish· ee (Ursuline) 1:08.22: Gorsudl (Ursuline) 1:09.21; Bland (Ma· 501) 1:10.09. 100 bultortly Tanner (Ursuline) 58.21: Doyle (St. Ursula) 5B.93; Krone (Ursuline) 59.49; Kao (Sycamore) 1:00.04; Porter (Sycamore) 1:00.25; Kiueger (McAuiey) 1:00.97; Groene (Turpin) 1:01.08; Raker (lW) 1:01.24; Upson (Sycamore) 1:01.65; Tomes (Anderson) 1:02.08. 200 lndlviduoiiiiOdloy Vehr(St Ursula) 2:08. 72; Tanner(Ursuline) 2:09.54; Krone (Ursuline) 2:10.91; Miller(St Ursula) 2:11. 79; Westrick (Fair1ield) 2:13.16: Troyan (Kings) 2:13.88; Taylor (Ursuline) 2:14.29; Gnf· fiths (Mason) 2:15.27; Gorsuch (Ursuline) 2:15.76; Ridge (St Ursula) 2:16.29.

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Funch (Ursuline) 278.65; SUndberg (Ursuline) 239.05; Naber (Ursuline) 229.10; Ritchie (Mi~onl) 224.90; Rodgers (Milfoil!) 213.90; Dimasso (Sycamore) 208. 75; Otto (MND) 195.15; Bud~e (Milfolll) 194.00; Darin (LE) 187.90; Stempliey (LW) 184.95.

200......,Nioy Ursuline1:50.97; St Ursula 1:52.08: Kings 1:54.19; Syca1:54.75: Lakota West 1:55.49; Mason 1:55.92; Fair1ie!d 156.46: Anderson 1:57.11; Turpin 1:57.97; Qak Hills 1:58.13. 200 freestyle Nloy Ursuline 1:39.58; St Ursula 1:39.88; Sycamore 1:40.87; Lakota West 1:42.66; Anderson 1:42.75; Mount Notre Dame 1:42.79: Mason 1:42 88: Lakota East 1:44.08; Fair1ield 1:45.06; ~<.ngs 1:45.59.

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St Ursula 3:34.56; Ursuline 3:36.58; Anderson 3:39.55. 3:41.45; Lakota East 3:41.61; Mount Notre Dame 3:43.11; Lakota West 3:44.44; Masi>n 3:47.91; Kings 3:50.39: S;~tamore

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Boys· sWimming 2 - z -01.:. GCL '-'-Meet

T - ........ 1. St xavier472; 2. Alter 328; 3. Roger Bacon 303; 4. Moeller 231; 5. la SaKe 223; 6. Elder222; 7. Chaminade-Julienne 186; 8. Badin 179; 9. Purcell Manan84; 10. McNicholas 64. GCL·North ........ 200MR-Aiter1:43.55;200 free-Douville (Alter) 1:46.81; 2001M-Fette (Roger Bacon); 1:57.28; 50 free-Stone (Roger Bacon) :22.95; 100Fiy-Makuda (Roger Bacon) :54.4 7; 100 free-Febus(Aiter) :49.02; 500free-Oouville (Alter) 4:46.82; 200FR-Roger Bacon 1:30.02; 100Back-Fette (Roger Bacon) :52.59; 100Breast-Febus (Alter) 1:02.10; 400FR-Roger Bacon 3:16.81; l.Meler-Demona (Roger Bacon) 134.10. GCI.-Soldii.......,200MR-Stxavler1:39.65; ! 200 free-Williams (Elder) 1:44.88; 2001M-Howell ' (Moeller) 1:58.61; 50 free-llooney (St xavier) :22.3D; 100Fiy-Angelini (Moeller) :52.15; 100 free. Rooney (St xavier) 48.61; 500 free-Williams (Elder) 4:412.90; 200FR-St xavler1:29.22; lOOBack-Angelini (Moeller). :52.05; tOOBreast-Webeler (Elder) 1:02.98; 400FR-St xavier 3:17.07; !Meter-Kelly (Elder) 208.40. 2006 ....... 4 Chi............ ~-MScaltiiS

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Topa-200MR: Covington catholic 1:50.22; 200 free-lernmola (CC) 1:50.27; 2001M-{;hitw0od (Ryle) 1:56.08; 50 free-Faris (St Patrick) :21.84; tOOFiy-lsaacs (Scott) 55.81; 100free-Faris (St. Patrick) :49.57; 500 free-lernmola (CC) 4:51.53; 200FR-Covington Christian 1:33.33; 100Back-{;hitwood (Ryle) :52.22; 100Breast-Johnson (CC) 1:05.93; 400FR-{;ovington catholic 3:36.212.

Girls' swimming GGCI. ' - ' - Meet

T - .......,!. Ursuline 382; 2. Alter 359; 3. St Ursula 333; 4. Badin 288; 5. Roger Bac0l1196; 6. Mount Notre Dame 164; 7. Purcell Marian 167; 8. McNicholas 143; 9. McAuley 139; 10. Seton 128; 11. Mercy 97. GGCL-GroJ ...... 200MR-Aiter 2:03.74; 200 free-Brichler (Roger Bacon) 1:59.14; 2001MBumey (Badin) 2:16.94; 50 free-Sioneker (Badin) :25.03; tOOFiy-Sioneker (Badin) 1:01.39; 100 freeHorvath (Badin) :55.03; 500free-Brichler(RogerBacon) 5:18.58; 200FR-Aiter 1:47.86; 100Back-Horvath (Badin) 1:101.60; 100Breast-Torres (McNicholaS) 1:14.17; 400FR-Badin 4:00.89; !Meter-Bakan (Alter) 140.35. GGCL-Scarlet: 200MR-Ursuline 1:51.94; 200 free-Vehr (St. Ursula) 1:57.85; 2001M-Tanner (Ursuhne) 2:09.63; 50 free-Doyle (St Ursula) :24. 71; 100Ay-Tanner (Ursuline) :58. 77; 100 free-Doyle (St. Ursula) :52. 74; 500 free-Miller (St Ursula) 5:04.59; 200FR-St Ursula 1:39. 75; lOOBack-Hoeper (Mount Notre Dame) 1:00. 75; 100Breast-Con~in (Ursuline) l:D7.82; 400FR-St Urusula 3:40. 75; 1Meter-Funch (Urusline) 245.15.


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BOYS 200 medley relay St Xa~er 1:37.15; Turpin 1:38.74; lakota East 1:41.09; Roger Bacon 1:41.32; Moeller 1:41.46; Mason 1:42.63; Sycamore 1:44.16; Elder 1:44.53; La Salle 1:45.47; Princeton 1:46.31. 200 freestyle relay St Xa~er 1:27.96; Turpin 1:29.55; Roger Bacon 1:29. 76; Lakota East 1:30.48; Sycamore 1:31.43; Princeton 1:31.56; Mason 1:32.58; Elder 1:32.85; La Salle 1:33.00; Mariemont 1:33.05. 400 freestyle relay St Xavier 3:10.93; Turpin 3:14.64; Lakota East 3:15.28; Roger Bacon 3:17.10; Moeller 3:20.03; Mason 3:20.33; Manemont 3:21.36; Princeton 3:23.05; Sycamore 3:25. 77; La Salle 3:25.23.

so free

Grove (l£) 21.99; Mosko (St X) 22.03; Dupre (Mariemont) 22.22;Jacl<son (Turpin) 22.29; Hessler (St X) 2237; Barblere (St X) 22.45; Unnernan (La Salle) 22.47; Miller (l£) 22.52; Knig)lt (Princeton) 22.55; Greene (Turpin) 22.62.

lOOfree Greene (Turpin) 47.88; Mosko (St X) 47.93; Hessler (St X) 47.94; Barbiere (St X) 48.30; Miller (l£) 48.34; Grove (L£) 48.35; Dupre (Mariemont) 48.55; Dete!s (St X) 49.07; Jackson (Turpin) 49.18; Ginocchio (St X) 4932.

200free Mosko (St X) 1:39.93; Barbiere (St X) 1:43.09; Hessler(St X) 1:44.14; Ginocchio (St X) 1:44.38; Wng)lt (St X) 1:45.68; Greene (Turpin) 1:46.00; Williams (Elder) 1:46.03; Hewes (Mason) 1:46.21; Langford (Mason) 1:46.67; Grove (l£) 1:46.74.

SOOfree Mosko (St X) 4:29.81; Barblere (St X) 4:41.69; Miller (LE) 4:42.30; Ginocchio (St X) 4:43.50; Williams (Elder) 4:44.36; Howell (Moeller) 4:46.74; Columbus (St X) 4:47.80; Greene (Turpin) 4:50.37; Langford (Mason) 4:50.69; Deters (St X) 4:52.44.

100 back Spraul (Princeton) 51.68; Angelini (Moeller) 51. 73; Barblere (St X) 53.12; Mosko (St X) 53. 72; Fette (Roger Bacon) 54.11; Hessler (St X) 54. 75; Mertens (St X) 54.92; Janszen (St X) 55.02; Ginocchio (St X) 55.50; Miller (l£) 56.39.

100 breast Miller (l£) 58.52; Hews (Mason) 59.43; Keefer (Milford) 1:00.01; Sutler (Turpin) 1:00.39; Mertens (St X) 1:00. 79; FarTa (CHCA) 1:00.95; Whipkey (Mason) 1:01.98; Ahn (l£) 1:02.23; Angel'lni (Moeller) 1:02.37; Hiller (St X) 1:03.01.

lOOfly Mosk (St. X) 51.32; Spraul (Princeton) 51.32; Grove (l£l 52.09; Bemstein(Sycamore) 52.88;Jacl<son (Turpin) 52. 71; Arigelini (Moeller) 53.13; Dupre (Mariemont) 53. 77; Barblere (St X) 53.81; Mertens (St X) 53.86; Williams (Elder) 53.97.

2001M Angelini (Moeller) 1:53.14; Miller (l£) 1:53.54; Mosko (St X) 1:55.42; Mertens (St X) 1:56.10; Bernstein (Sycamore) 1:56.88; Hewes (Mason) 1:59.07; Fette (Roger Bacon) 1:59.24; Whipkey (Mason) 1:59.95; Hessler (St X) 2:00.26; Butler (Turpin) 2:00.66.

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He<Jbrant (Milford) 254.80; Pennenman (Sycamore) 251.00; Sa bert (St X) 237.50; Sargent (Mason) 234.10; Domls (St X) 232.00; Sargent (Mason) 227.10; Kelly (Elder) 218.57; Dimasso (Sycamore) 218.05; Osbourne (Middletown) 215.80; H:o;u:l.::ln«. lMilfnrri\ ?01 'U1


Swimming ,_ 1 ~ - c b As of WedlleoU)< BOYS 200 -'ley relay St. Xavier 1:38.34; Turpin 1:40.80; Lakota East 1:41.76; Mason 1:42.63; Roger Bacon 1:43.83; Sycamore 1:44.16; Elder 1:45.86; Moeller 1:46.22; La Salle 1:46.25; Princeton 1:4 7.30; 200 frleolyle relay St. Xavier 1:29.46; Elder 1:32.85; Mariemont 1:33.05; La Salle 1:33.21; Mason 1:33.29; La Salle 1:33.21; Mason 1:33.29; Princeton 1:33.89; Sycamore 1:34.19; Lakota East 1:36.97; Roger Bacon 1:37.07; Lakota West 1:37.09. 400 lreeslyle relay St. Xavier 3:14.41; Lakota East 3:17.97; Turpin 3:18.28; Mason 3:20.33; Mariemont 3:21.36; Sycamore 3:25.94; Moeller 3:26.17; Princeton 3:27.88; Elder 3:32.84; La Salle 3:36.70. 50 freest.yle Mosko (St. X) 22.03; Dupre (Mariemont) 22.22; Jackson (Turpin) 22.36; Hessler (St. X) 22.38; Grove (LE) 22.40; Linneman (La Salle) 22.47; Miller (LE) 22.52; Knight (Princeton) 22.55; 8arbiere (Sl X) 22.61; Greene (Turpin) 22.62.

100 lreeslyle

Greene (Turpin) 47.88; Mosko (Sl X) 47.93; Hessler (St. X) 47.94; Barblere (Sl X) 48.30; Miller (LE) 48.34;

Grove (LE) 48.51; Dupre (Mariemont) 48.55; Deters (St. X) 49.07; Ginocchio (St. X) 49.38; Wright (St. X) 49.48. 200 lreeslyle Mosko (St. X) 1:39.93; Ginocchio (St. X) 1:44.38; Barlllere (St. X) 1:45.44; Hessler (Sl X) 1:45.47; Langford (Mason) 1:46.67; Grove (LE) 1:46. 74; Greene (Turpin) 1:46.94; Williams (Elder) 1:46.96; Deters (St. X) 1:47.15; Angelini (Moeller) 1:47.38.

500 lnestyle Miller (LE) 4:42.30; Ginocchio (St. X) 4:43.50; Barbiere (St. X) 4:44.19; Williams (Elder) 4:46.64; Columbus (St. X) 4:4 7.80; Langford (Mason) 4:50.81; Deters(Sl X) 4:52.44; Hessler (St. X) 4:53.13; Mertens (Sl X) 4:53.15; Austin (Mariemont) 4:54.17.

100 llackstroke Spraul (Pnoceton) 52.87; Barbiere (St. X) 53.21; Mosko (St. X) 53.72; Fette (RB) 54.11; Hessler (Sl X) 54. 75; Mertens (Sl X) 54.92; Janszen (Sl X) 55.02; Angelini (Moeller) 55.56; Ginocchio(St. X) 56.30; Miller(Sl X) 56.39. 100 lnaslslnJke Miller (LE) 59.12; Hewes (Mason) 59.85; Butler (Turpin) 1:00.39; Mertens (Sl X) 1:00. 79; Farra (CHCA) 1:00.95; Keefer (Mi~ord) 1:01.06; Whipkey (Mason) 1:01.98; Angelini (Moeller) 1:02.3 7; Hiller (St. X) 1:03.01; Kao (Sycamore) 1:03.26.

100...-tly . Mosko (SL X) 51.32; Spraul (Princeton) 51.86; â&#x20AC;˘ Bernstein (Sycamoer) 52.68; Jackson (Turpin) 52. 71; Angelini (Moeller) 53.13; Grove (LE) 53.31; Dupre (Mariemont) 53.77: Barbiere (St. X) 53.81; Mertens (St. X) 53.86; Williams (Elder) 53.97. 2001M Mille.(LE) 1:55.16; Mertens (St. X) 1:56.10; Mosko (St. X) 1:56.25; Bernstein (Sycamore) 1:56.68; Hewes (Mason) 1:59.07; Whipkey (Mason) 2:00.01; Butler (Turpin) 2:00.66; Angelini (Moeller) 2:01.81: Janszen (Sl X) 2:02.02; Hessler (St. X) 2:02.05. Diving Hedbrant (Milford) 254.80; Penerman (Sycamore) 251.00; Sallert (St. X) 237.50; Scott Sa.gent (Mason) 234.10; Domis (Sl X) 232.00; Stephen Sargent (Mason) 22 7.10; Kelly (Elder) 218.57; Dimasso (Sycamore) 218.05; Oslloume (Middletown) 215.60: Feagans (Milford) 201.50.

GIRLS 200....UO,relay Ursuline 1:53.54; St. Ursula 1:53. 79; Sycamore 1:54.81; Kings 1:55.81; Lakota West 1:56.18; Anderson 1:57.11; Fairfield 1:57.59; Mason 1:58.04; Oak Hills 1:58. 79; Mount Notre Dame 1:59.48. 200 lnestyle Ursuline 1:39.93; Sycamore 1:40.87; St. Ursula 1:41.39; Lakota West 1:43.12; Anderson 1:4 7.19; Kings 1:47.28; Middletown 1:47.37; Mason 1:48.00; Oak Hills 1:48.42; Mount Notre Dame 1:48.60. 400 lreeslyle relay St. Ursula 3:38.62; Ursuline 3:40.64; Anderson 3:44.90; Sycamore 3:45.08; Lakota East 3:46.68; lakola West 3:48.84; Mount Notre Dame 3:51.85; Mason 3:52.08; McAuley 3:52.37; Kin~>S 3:53.96. 50 lreeslyle Krone (Sycamore) 24.84; Radke (Ursuline) 25.00; Hare (LW) 25.03; Kao (Sycamore) 25.27; Beck (Andersen) 25.28; Gliffrths (Mason) 25.37; Kassoff (SycamoO!) 25.49; Westrick (Fairfield) 25.50; Sohngen (St. Ursula) 25.56; Hauck (LW) 25.94. 100 frooslyle Doyle (Sl Ursula) 53.36; Krone (Sycamore) 53. 74; Tanner (Ursuline) 53.78: Griffrths (Mason) 54.08; Radke (Ursuline) 54.17; Hoeper (MND) 55.21; Ridge (St. Ursula) 55.87; Smith (Anderson) 55.96; Porter(Sycamore) 56.04; Tomes (Anderson) 56.25. 200 frooslyle Vehr (St. Ursula) 1:56.85; Tanner (Ursuline) 1:57.61; Miller (St. 'Ursula) 1:58.34; Smith (Anderson) 1:58.45; Krone (Sycamore) 1:58.51; Tabor (LE) 1:58.85; Taylor (Ursuline) 1:59.12; Tomes (Anderson) 1:59.37; G<iffrths (Mason) 1:59<53; Kindrick (LE) 1:59.66. 500 frooslyle Vehr (St. Ursula) 5:03.50; Miller (St. Ursula) 5:08.41; Krone (Ursuline) 5:08.22; Tailor (LE) 5:09. 73; Taylor (UrsuUne) 5:15.51; Kindrick (LE) 5:16.4 7; Ridge (St. Ursula) 5:18. 79; Yanzsa (LE) 5:19.38; Westrick (Fairfield) 5:19.53; Chute (Anderson) 5:21.31.

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100 backstroke Tanner (Ursuline) 59. 77; Lennon (loveland) 1:01.23; Bersani (Kings) 1:02.41; Wundene (Mason) 1:02.48; Lynch (Fairfield) 1:02.50; Hoeper (MND) 1:02.69; ¡ Kassoff (Sycamore) 1:03.02; Radke (Ursuline) 1:03.32; Raker(LW) 1:03.60; Beck (Anderson) 1:03.71.

100 breasl Rom (Ursuline) 1:07.63: Graessle (Kings) 1:07.64; Tanner(Ursuline) 1:08.17; Conklin (Ursuline) 1:08.69; lsllee (Ursuline) 1:08.85; Gorsuch (Ursuline) 1:09.21; Troyan (Kings) 1:09.67; Kain (Oak Hills) 1:09. 78; Schatz (Fairfield) 1:11.28; Zerbini (Princeton) 1:11.58. 100 butlerlly Tanner (Ursuline) 58.21; Doyle (St. Ursula) 58.93; Krone (Ursuline) 59.49; Kao (Sycamore) 1:00.04; Porter (Sycamore) 1:00.25; Krueger (McAuley) 1:01.02; Raker (LW) 1:01.38; Upson (Sycamore) 1:01.65; Tomes (Anderson) 1:02.08; Parker (Mason) 1:02.22. 2001M' Vehr (St. Ursula) 2:08. 72; Tanner (Ursuline) 2:09. 73; Krone (Ursuline) 2:10.91; Miller (St. Ursula) 2:11. 79; Griffrths (Meson) 2:15.27; Troyan (Kin~) 2:15.49; Ridge (St. Ursula) 2:16.29; Smith (Anderson) 2:16.66; Gorsuch (Ursulin~) 2:16.81; Krueger (McAuley) 2:17.39.

DMnc

Dimasso (Sycamore) 208.75: Otto (MND) 195.15; Rodgers (Mi~ord) 191.55; Ritchie (Miffllfll) 190.45; Stempfley (LW) 184.95; Walker (LE) 179.00; Dehrle (LW) 174.65; Budkie (Milford) 166.80; Kramer (Oak Hills) 1 , 166.30; Berning (McAuley) 165.35.


C4 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2005

HIGH SCHOOLS

Boys' swimming preview

St. X still the team to beat Enquirer staff writer

Bombers return eight state qualifiers

St. Xavier coach Jim Brower's worst fears seemed to be coming true after day 1 of last year's boys' state swimming meet, as his Bombers trailed Columbus Upper Arlington by nearly 40 points. But the Bombers roared back to capture their seventh straight state croWn., and 27th overall. With eight state qualifiers back, including 100 butterfly champ David Mosko, St. X looks nearly untouchable heading into this season. "If anybody was going to beat them, it was last year," Anderson coach Ed Bachman said of St. X "I don't see anybody coming close the next two years." The Bombers have a tremendous junior class with Mosko, one of ¢.e state's top swimmers after finishing in the top two at state in four events, Bart Ginocchio (fourth in the 200 and 500 free styles), Charley Hessler and Tommy Janszen. Seniors Jim Mertens, who has committed to Cornell, Brad Carman and Matt Wright are solid. Jim Barbiere (fifth in the 100 back-

stroke as a freshman), sophomore Alex Smith, and freshman Matt Columbus will contribute as well. ''We were fortunate to come out on the good end last year," said Brower, who has won 12 state titles with St. X, "and we're very, very excited with the team we have coming back." Turpin, fourth at state last year, and Sycamore should be the best of the rest. The Spartans return the core of their 200 and 400 freestyle relays, both of which finished in the top four at state, in seniors Kyle Greene and Rob Jackson and sophomore Nathan Butler. Greene, who's committed verbally to the University of Kentucky, was the state runner-up in the 200 free, while Jackson (50 free) and Butler (100 breast) both made it to Canton individually as well. ''We lost some depth, but we should still be competitive," said Turpin head coach Rene Contino. ''We're looking for Kyle to have a great year." Sycamore is led by junior Mark

By Alex Blumer

Bernstein, a state qualifier in three events last year, senior Andrew Wittkugel and senior diver Mike Pennerman (lith at state). Mason could sneak into the mix thanks to the area's deepest team numbers-wise outside of St. X Sophomore Spencer Hewes is the only returning state qualifier for coach Mark Sullivan, though. Lakota East boasts the duo of senior Stephen Grove and junior Jared Miller, a 200 IM state qualifier who should be vastly improved after focusing on swimming instead of baseball in the offseason.

Other swimmers to watch

feel could end up being better than older brother, Tun, who swims for Penn State. • Michael Guilfoil, Anderson The senior diver has twice finished in the top 10 at state. • Ian Ballard, Indian Hill - A state diving qualifier the last two seasons. • Elliott Keefer, Milford; Josh Schneider, Taylor-The top returnees in the state in their respective events (Keefer eight in 100 breast, Schneider seventh in 50 free). • Doug Spraul, Princeton- The junior was a state qualifier in the 100 back and the 100 fly. • Chris Fette, St. Bernard Was dual state qualifier last year as a junior (100 back, 200 1M).

• Wren Dupre, Mariemont- A Toumament schedule Sectionals: Diving- Feb. 8 at Mithree-time state qualifier in the 100 fly (fourth last season) and twice in ami University in Oxford; Swimthe 100 free. ming- Feb. 10 at Mason and KeatNatatorium. ·~ to ems~s ~r -a ingDistrict: Committeo Diving - Feb. 15 at Mithree-time state qualifier in the 100 ami;Swimming-Feb.17,atMiami. back and took fifth in the 200 IM State: Diving - Feb. 23, Branin last season. Natatorium in Canton; Swimming• Nathan Williams, Elder-Aju- Feb. 24-25, Branin. nior returning state qualifier (500 free, 200 medley relay) who some E-mail ablumer@enquirer.com

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Girls' swimming preview

Ursuline remains cream of crop By Alex Blumer Enquirer staff writer

With 11 returning state qualifiers, Ursuline is quite capable of at least a fourth-straight Division I state runner-up performance. But it remains to be seen whether they can break through and win their first state title since 2002. ''We've got good depth, it's just a matter of getting enough of those people to place well at the end of the season," said Ursuline coach Tun Beerman. Diving will once again be a strength for the Lions, with seniors Jennifer Funch, Aimee Sundberg and Mallory Naber all multiple state qualifiers. Senior Sarah Krone and sophomore Sarah Tanner are the standouts among a loaded swimming corps. Ursuline's main challengers look to be St. Ursula and Anderson, who each return all of their key performers from teams that finished third and sixth at state, respectively. Senior Alex Doyle placed in the 100 freestyle (fourth) and the 100 butterfly (sixth) for St. Ursula, and then teamed with juniors Kelsey Vehr, Ashley Miller and Ashley Sohngen for state top-five finishes in the 200 and 400 free relays. Those three juniors were all state

individual qualifiers, as well, with Vehrplacing second in the500free. Anderson will be dangerous thanks to a bevy of strong distance swimmers, led by 500 freestyle state champ Anita Beck. Seniors Laura Tomes and Katie Chute and juniors Beck and Sarah Smith were all state qualifiers in both the 200 and 500 frees, while junior Leigh Hicks gives the Redskins another component for their 200 and 400 free relays. Sycamore should be competitive, too, with senior Amy Krone, the state runner-up in the 50 free, and versatile sophomore Erica Kao, who qualified for state in four events. Seniors Sarah Griffiths and Amy Bland and junior Sam Smit all retum for Mason, which finished one spot behind the 12th-place Aves at state. 'There's a solid balance of teams this year," said Mason coach Mark Sullivan. 'There may not be one dominant team, but the district should do well as usual up at state." Kings junior Lindsey Graessle joins Beck as the area's only other defending state champ in D-I after winning the 100 breaststroke the past two seasons.

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and 100fly. • Kelsie Eberly, CHCA- ComFour-time defending state mitted to Marshall. runner-up Indian Hill should be the • Julie Reynolds, Wyoming area's strongest team again this The junior is the defending district champ in the 100 breaststroke. season. Junior Amanda Smith took second in both the 200 and 500 free- Toumament schedule styles, while sophomore Margaret Sectionals: Diving- Feb. 9 at MiFish was second in the 200 IM and ami University in Oxford; Swimthird in the 100 backstroke. Smith ming- Division I Feb. 11 at Mason and Fish were also part of Indian and Keating Natatorium; Division Hill's state champion 200 free relay II, Feb. 11 at Mason. team. District Diving - Division I The Braves' strong diving tradi- Feb. 16, Miami; Division II, Feb. 14, tion is in good hands as well, with Miami. Swimming - Both divisions senior Kristen Maurer and juniors Feb. 18, Miami. State: Diving - Feb. 23, Branin Kirtley Krombholz and Rose Farruggia all finishing among the top Natatorium in Canton; Swimmingeight at state. Feb. 24-25, Branin.

DIVISION II

Other swimmer$ to watch

E-mail ablumer@enquirer.com • Ashlee Edgell, Madeira - •· With an oral commitment to Notre Dame, she's going for a third consecutive state title in the 200 IM, an event in which she also holds the state record. • Sarah Bocksteigel, Madeira The senior finished in the top five in the 200 and 500 freestyles. • Kasey Carpenter, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy - The senio~iqamajorthreatin the 100back


ISOJS' SWIIIIIIIIIIg I~ .. J S"'..rc . . . . 153, ,.,.._ 31

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200MR-(M)I:42.63: 200 flee-langford (M) 1:48.88; 2001M-Hewes (M) 1:59.91: 50 free-Bollman (M) :23.62; IOOfly-Whltl<ey (M) :56.02; 100 fme-Meline (M) :51.39: 500 !me-Bowling (A) 5:08.53; 200FR-M 1:38.01: IOOBaci<-Steege (M) :58.06; IOOBreasHargfu•O (M) 1:06. 75; 400FR-M 3:22.51: IMetf Sa r .. (M)205.00.

-.n 171, .......... 711, ......... 38

200MR- (M) 2:00.43; 200 free '""fer (M) 2:03.01; 2001M-Doppler (L) 2 i2.46; 50 free-O'Errico (M) 26. 76; !ClQAy-Doppler (L) 1:01.45: 100 free-Wasserman (M) 54.93; 500 free-Lanman (M) 6:02.08: 200FR-(M) 1:43.44; !OOBack-Metzger (M) 1:04.54: !OOBreast-Wasserman (M) 1:14.42; 400FR-(M) 3:53.53: 1Meter-Hedbrant (M) 2:30.00 .

......,.120, ....... 58 200MR-M 1:56.91; 200 free-D. Austin (M) 1:56.38: 2001M-Dupre (M)2:11.07; 50 free-Robelts (M) :23.99: IOOAy-0. Austin (M) 1:56.36: 100 freeOupre (M) :49. 73; 500 free-J. Ausbn 5:01.80; 200FR-M 1:39.00: !OOBaci<-Robelts (M) 1:00.11; IOOBreast-Gore (M) 1:15.65; 400FR-M 3:34.07; !Mete<·Gran<ler(IH) 242.05. Records: M 1.0, IH 0-1.

s,.:-97, ........ 200MR-Moelle< 1:46.22; 200 free-Bernstein (S) 1.47.94: 2001M·Aibers (M) 2:06.21; 50 free·Wittl<u· gel (5) 24.01; IOOAy-Ange!ini (M) 53.13: 100 freeWittl<ugel (5) 52.38; 500 free-Howell (M) 5:04.10; 200FR-Sycamore 1:35.39; !OOBack-Angehno (M) 55.56; !OOBreast-Koenig(M) 1:06.09: 400FR-Moel· ler 3:26.17: IMeter-Pennerman (5) 242.15. ,.,.,.,a.t.~IZ,

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200MR-Taylor 2:04.03: 200 free-Battodette (Ciarl<) 2:202.23: 2001M-Ofeas (Ciarl<) 2:30.69, 50 ~ee-Riulom (Clarl<) :28.57; !OOAy-Meyer (Ta~or) 1:06.44; 100 free-Hines (Taylor) :56.03; 500 ~ee­ BattDclette (C\arl<) 5:27.97; 200FR-Ta~or 1:51.29: IOOBack·Hines (Taylor) 1:22.02; !OOBreast-Prdffitt 1:20.97: 400FR·Pt.rcell Manan 4:25.

Girts' swi!Dng . . . . 94,,...._86 200MR-M 1:58.50: 200 free-Tomes (A) 1:59.3 7; 2001M-5mith (A) 2:16.66; 50 free· Hill (M) :28.31; IOOAy-Tomes (A) 1:02.08; 100 free-5mn (M) :59.06; 500 free-Hicks (A) 5:27.05; 200FR·A 1:48.84; !OOBack-Wunde~e (M) 1:03.78: IOOBreast-Bowllng (A) 1:16.39; 400FR·A 3:4 7.51: !Meter-RICe (M) 126.80.

........... 142, ...... 129, .......... 32 200MR-(l) 2:04.28; 200 free-Kiraly (l) 2:08.88: 2001M-Hamel (L) 2:29.78: 50 free-Lennon (L) 26.68; IOOAy·McCiure (M) 1:07.14; 100 free-Hudson (M) 1:02.00; 500 flee-Ciraly (L) 5:37. 76; 200FR-(L) 1:54.07: !,Lennon (L) 1:02.69; !OOBreast-Hamel (L)


HONOR ROLLS Brown) 13-6.

Swimming

135 pounds Undsey (Moe) 15-4; Brown~ (Western Brown) 2J. Stevens (LW) 14-4; Caopeffilein (Mason) 16-3; Robe (Fairfield) 10-4: Downs (Ham) 11-6; Weir (!a Salle) 12· Gorassi (Elder) 7-6.

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Dlvblon I BOYS 200......,.....,

140 pounds

St. Xavier1:38.61; lakota East1:4!.76;Turpin 1:41.76; Mason 1:42.63; S)<:amore 1:44.16; Elder 1:45.B6; Moeller 1:46.22; 1a Salle 1:46.50.

Weinkham (Moe) 1!-4; D. Carraher (St X) 16-4: Bt (LW) 9-5; Vaughn (Fairfield) 16-2; Meyer (Ekler) 9-4; Ml song (OH) 11-4; calkins (Loveland) 6-4; Smith (Har) 12-

200~reloy

145pounds

St. Xavier !:29.59; Elder 1:32.85; Mason 1:33.29; Sytamore 1:34.19; Manemont 1:34.43; !aSalle1:35.28; lakota East 1:37.24; Moeller !:39.14. 400~reloy

St. Xavier 3:14.41; lakota East 3:17.97; Mason 3:20.33; Manemont 3:21.36; Turpin 3:21.61; Sytamore 3:25.94; Moeller 3:26.1 7; Elder 3:32.84. 50~

Mosko (St xavier) 22.03; Grove (LE) 22.40; Miller (LEI 22.52; ~nneman (Ia Sal~) 22.54; Hessler (St X) 22.55; Jackson (Turpin)22.57; Dupre (Mar) 22.B6; Stires (St. X) 22.78. 100~

Greene (Turpin) 47.88; Mosko (StX) 47.93; Miller (I.E) 48.34: Grove (l£)48.51; Dupre (Mar)48.55: Hessler(St X) 48.73; Detars (St X)49.07; Barbiere (St X) 49.34.

200fl'oesblo Mosko (St X) 1:39.93; 8artliere (StX) 1:45.44; Hessler (St X) 1:45.47; Ginocchio (St. X) 1:46.31; langford (Mason) 1:46.67; \\llliams (Elder) 1:46.96; Groi'O (LE) 1:46.99; Deters (St. X) 1:47.15. 500freMtyle

Mlller(LE) 4:42.30; Ginocchio (StX)4:43.50; Bartliere (St X)4:44.19: \\llliams (Elder) 4:46.64; Columbus (St XI 4:50.33; langford (Mason) 4:50.81; Deters (St X)4:52.44; Mertens (St. X) 4:53.15.

AbdurRahmann (Princeton) 4-0; Holley (LW) 14-4; ~ ton (Moe) 7-5; Ferguson (Mil) 13-5; Nichols (Edgewoo 12-1; !arter (Western Brown) 16-4; Gregory (I.E) 9-6; No man (OH) 9-5.

152pounds Mahon (Moe) 13-4; Rivera (Pnnceton) 8-4; Delaco (t der) 14-5; O'Connell (LW) 11-6; Hadley (Mil) 7-4; Holtha (La Salle) 8-4; McClary (Lowland) 7-2; Brown (Har) 10-•

160 pounds Gaier (Moe) 9-2; Bradberry (LW) 15-1; Cummings (l 9·5: campbell (Har) 14-4: O'Connell I Mil) 12-5; Ellis (Wo em Brown) 12-4; Matthews (Fairfield) 14-2; Shoenlmg (: X) 4-4.

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cameron (Moe) 14-0; Santos (Ham) 14-3; Forte (W ford) 13-3; Alexander (Midd~) 8-2; Keller (to Sail 10-4; Merrell (Har) 12-5; KBna (Mason) 9-9; Goukl (Waste Brown) 12-7.

189 pounds Miller (St X) 5-0; Na~or (Western Brown) 18-3; Pan (Mason) 19-1; Rooney (AnderBOn) 13-3; Holloway (Prine ton) 6-4; weatllemon (LW) 14-4; canfield (I.E) 5-3; Men (Loveland) 8-3.

215 pounds

100bockstralre

Jameson (Elder) 15-1: Emmons (Mil) 15-3; Morton (M son) 10-6; Halford (LW) 9-4; Spitznagei(Gien Este) 4Quehl (Moe) 7-6; Tumlin (Har) 10-7; Miller (LE) 3-5.

Barblere (St X)53.21; Mosko (St. X) 53. 72; Fette (RB) 54.11; Hessler(St X) 54. 75; Mertens (St X) 54.92;Janszen (St X) 55.02; Angelini (Moe) 55.56; Ginocchio (St X) 56.30.

Becker(Moe) 11-3; Cox(Gien Este) 8-2; Gundmo.m (Fairfield) 14-2; Jacoby (Wilmington) 2-1: Harrison (OH) 9Mclntyl!! (Elder) 7-7; Jones(!a Salle) 10·3:Young (LW) 6-

100Miller(LE) 59.12: Mertens (St. X) 1:00. 79; Farra (CHCA) 1:00.95; Hewes (Mason) 1:01.00; Keefer (Milford) 1:01.06; Whipkey (Mason)1:01.9B; Angelini (Moe) 1:02.37; Butler (Turpin) tp2.55. '

100 butleriiJ Mosko (St X) 51.32; Bernstein (Syt) 52.68; Angelini (Moe) 53.13; Grow (LEI 53.45; Jacl<son (Turpin) 53.56; Mertens (St X) 53.86; Williams (Elder) 53.97; Barbiere (St X) 54.!1.

200 inlhidual......, Miller(LE) 1:55.16; Mertens(StX) 1:56.10; Mosko (St. X) 1:56.25; lfemstein (Syc) 1:56.68; Hewes (Mason) 1:59.91; Whipkey (Mason) 2:00.83; Butler (Turpin) 2:01.23; Angelini (Moe) 2:01.81.

Diving Pennennan (Syt)242.15; Sabeit (St X) 237.50; 00miS (St. X) 232.00: Soott Sargent (Mason) 231.05; Hadbrant (Milford) 230.00; Stephen Sargent (Mason) 227.10; Kelly (Eide~ 218.57; Dimasso (Mi~ord)218.05.

GIRLS 200 medley ....., UrBuline 1:5.54; St Ur.;ula1:53.79; Sytamore 1:56.18; lakota West 1:56.18; Kings 1:56. 70; AndeiSOn 1:57.11; MaSOI11:58.04; Oak Hills 1:58.79.

200,.........., UrBuline 1:39.93; Sytamore 1:40.87; St. Ur.;ula 1:41.39; lokota West 1:43.12; Ander.;on 1:47.19; Kings 1:47.28; Mason 1:48.00; Oak Hilts 1:48.42.

400 freMtyle ....., St. Ursula 3:38.62; UISUIII\e 3:40.64; AndeiSOn 3:44.90; Sytamore 3:45.08; lakota East 3:48.08: lakota West3:50.25; Mount Notre Dame 3:51.85; Mason 3:52.08. 50 freestyle Krone (Syc) 24.84; Radke (Urs) 25.00; Hare (LW) 25.03; Kao (Syc) 25.27; Beck (And) 25.28; Gnff;JJs (Mason) 25.37; Kasson (Syt) 25.49; Sohngen (StU) 25.56.

100 freMtyle Doyle (St. U) 53.36; Krone (Syt) 53.74; Tanner (UrB) 53.78; Gnffitlls (Mason) 54.06; Radke (UrB)54.17; Hoeper (MND) 55.21; Ridge (StU) 55.87; Smith (And) 55.96.

200 freMtyle Vehr(St. U) 1:56.85;Tanner(Ur.;J 1:57.61; Miller(St. U) 1:58.34; Smith (And) 1:58.45; Krone (Syt) 1:58.51; Tabor (LEI 1:58.85; Taylor (Ur.;) 1:59.12; Tomes (And) 1:59.37. 500freMtyle

Vehr(St U) 5:03.50; Miller (StU) 5:06.41: Krone(IJr.;) 5:DB.22; Tabor (LEJ 5:09. 73; Kindnck (l.EJ 5:16.47; Taylor (Urs) 5:16.64: Ridge (St U)5:18. 79; Yanzsa (I.E) 5:19.38.

100Tanner(Uffi)59.77: L<nnon (Loveland) 1:02.23; Hoeper (MND) 1:02.69; WUnde~e (Mason) 1:02.90; Kasson (Syt) 1:03.02; Radke (Urs) 1:03.32; Lyoch (Fairfield) 1:03.54; Raker (LW) 1:03.60.

100Rom (Ur.;) 1:07.63; Graessle (Kings) 1:07.64; Tanner (UIS) 1:08.17: Conklin (UIS) 1:08.69; Troyan (Kings) 1:09.67; Kain (Oak Hills) 1:09. 78; Ishee (IJrB) 1:10.45; Gorsuch (UIS)l:11.39.

100 butleriiJ Tanner (UIS) 58.21; Do~e (St. U) 58.93; Krone (Uffi) 59.49; Kao (Syt) 1:00.04; Porter (Syc)1:00.30; Krueger (McAuley) 1:01.02; Upson (Syc) 1:01.65; Raker (LW) 1:02.05 200 Individual medley Vehr(St. U) 2:08.72; Krone (Ur.;) 2:11.28: Miller(St. U) 2:11.79; Gnffiths (Mason) 2:15.27; R1dge (StU) 2:16.29; Sm;n (And) 2:16.B6: Troyan (Kings) 2:16.98; Krueger (McAuley) 2:17.39.

Divine Dimasso (Syt) 208.75: Otto (MND)l95.15; R~hie (Milford) 189.95: Stemplley (LW) 164.95; Boehle (LW) 174.85; Kramer (Oak Hills) 166.30; Bem1ng (McAuley) 165.35; Walker (LEI 161.00.

Wrestling (Asollon.4)

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Dhbion I

1. Moeller(19) ........................................ .. 2. lakota West .. . 3. Elder ......... .. 4. Hamson ................................................ . 5. St Xa11ier ................................ 6. Milford ...................................................

7, Mason ............................... 8. lakota East ............................. . 9. Hamilton .. 10. Oak Htlls ......... ..

190 171 146 139 100 94 74 58 25 20

103pounds Tou~s (LW) 16-0; Weai'Or (Moe) 9-4; Pretty (Elder) 14--6; Sherman (Mil) 14-2; Mead (Har) 12-5; Mulhlaney (Amelia) 7-2; Farber (Sl X) 9-6; Olsen (Faimeld)12-2.

112pounds F~lds(LW)16-0: McCoy (Elder) 11-3; Wallander(Moe) 9-6; Newberry (Mi~ 10-3; Ford (Mason) 9-4; Campbell (Ander.;on)13·4; Woodall (Fair) 1!-4; Dickinson (Colerain) 5-2.

119pounds

T. Adams (Har) 15-0; Hall (LE) 6-3; Peters (LW) 13·5; campbell (Anderson) 16-3; Kumme~ (Mil) 13-3; Dukes (Pnnceton)2·2: Reese (Amel~)8-3; Meyer (Eide~ 6-4.

125 pounds Gryzbeck(Eider)13-2; Gobin (Moe) 10-5; Steele (Ham) 14--2; Smith (Har) 13-5; Kamel (Mason) 12-7; Weimer(Loveland) 6-5: Burgd01f(Mil) 8-7; Green (LW) 7-4.

130pounds Rake (LW) 15-3; Meyer (OH) 16-2; Glaser (Moe) 6-4; Hotopp (Har) 13-5: Roundtree (Princeton)3-2; Suess (Mason) 15-5; Hollandswortl1 (Ham) 10-4; Sheppard (w.stem

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DIYislons 11-111

1. Roger Bacon Ill) .................................. . 2. Blanchester (1) ... :.................................. . 3. Madeira (1) ........................................... . 4. Norwood ................................................ . 5. Ross...................................................... . 6. New Richmond ...................................... . 7. McNicholas............................................ . 8. Middletown Madison .............................. . 9. Reading. ................................................. 10. Uttle Miami ..........................................

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103 ........ Longmelr (Purcell) 7-5; Alsip (Norwood)12-2: Un! (Ross) 10-3; Manning (Blanchester) 7-4; Gantt (R8) 5-4

112_... Breelley (61anchester) H; Stephens (Goshen) 14· Fry (Mad1son) 10-4; Disbennet (s-1) 10-2; Rose (Nl Richmond) 5-4; Henry (Ross) 9-3: Hunter(Uttle Miami)S. Cummings (Finneytown) 10-6. 119poonh James (Norwood) 12-1; Tnmbach (RB) 9-3; Pet (Monroe) 11-1; Hartzell (Ross) 10-3; Adams (Uttle Mian 14-4; Samad (New Richmond) 10-7; Hug (Anneytow 10-6; Rose (Bethel) 6-4.

l25flllllllds Ianigan (Betllel) 11-1; Fl!!nch (Madison) 13-2; Har (RB) B-4; Dowd (New Richmond) 12-6; Roberts (Uttle ~ ami) 8-2; Collins (Deer Park) 6-2; M. Cox (Norwood) 3-2

130 pounds Cozad(Ross)13-0; Hazelwood (Blanchester) 17-1; B1 · lile(Uttle Miami) 14-2; Nissel (Bethal) 8-4; Raabe (RB) 5- . Korman (Finneytown) 11-5; Silbiger (Wyoming) 5·5.

135pouads Tighe (Pu~tell) 13·2; Walker (Uttle Miami) 16-1; Seirr (Ross) 10-4; S. Boreing (Deer Park) 8-1; Smith (New Ric mood) 13-5; Ruyon (Blanchester) 13-5; Schmk!t (RB) 4- ' Napier (Betllel) 7-4.

140pounds Fose (Madison) 16-0; B. Boreing (Deer Park) 9-0; B1 (Blanchester) 15-3; Hawkins (N!!W Richmond) 10-6; Tl!!a , way(Monroe) 5-2; Brougham (RBI 5-5;Adams (Bet11el)8lleer (Ross) 7-6.

145flllllllds Hammoor (R8) 8·3: Panna (Blanchester) 13-5; Hal' ran (Norwood)6-3; Martineck(New Richmond) 9-2; Mitch · (Purcell) 10-5; Craytraft (Betllel) 7-5; Brtley (Uttle Miar

9-8.

152pounoli Egan (New Richmond) 17-1; Reyoolds (Deer Pai1<)6Johnson (RB) 7-5: O'Neil (Biancheste~ 14-4: Kelsch (N1 wood)l!-4; Mcintosh (Little Miami) 7-1; Klontz (Madisc 9-7; Mercer (Monroe) 6-5.

180pounds Ray (Ross) 13-0: Martin (Uttle Miami) 15-2; Rup (Mad..,n) 13-4; B. Co• (Norwood)9-6: Moore (Deer Pa. 5-3; Hesselbrock (Anneytown) 11-5. 171poonh Herlle~ (Madison) 17-0; Kanta (Ross) 7-0; Pflil~ ' (McNick) 9-3; Gibbs (New Richmond) 14-4; Sanford (F neytown) 11-5; Diss (Uttle Miami) 8-6.

189pounds Ea~ey (Biancheste~ 12-1; NerBOn (Pu~tell) 13-3; La~ (Goshen) 13-3; Sa)er (Deer Park) 7-1; Hicks (New Ric mond) 12-6; Durbin (Norwood) 7-4; KB~e (RB)3-2.

215pounds Trenkamp (McNick) 13-0; French (Madison)16-1; T1 lor (Blanchester) 15-3; Keeney (Pun:ell) 11-4; Craig (Roo 10-4: Williams (New Richmond) 14--,1; 1'/eklle (Goshe 12-4; Dunn (Anneytown) 8-6.

275pounds Steela (Norwood)14-0; Gillz (Goshen) 16-0; calho (Be;nel) 12-0; Herrington (Blanchester) 16-2; Foster(Roo ' 10-4; Kelly (Man me) 5-2; Hauser (Deer Pali<) 3-3; Vilab (RB) 4-4.

Gymnastics r....

(Asollon.4)

1. Turpin ................................................... .. 2. lakota West.......................................... .. 3. Mason ................................................... 4. Badin ..................................................... 5. Cin. Count:Jy Day ..

6. lakota East .......................................... .. 7. Fairfield ................................................ .. B. seven Hills ........................................... ..

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131.1 131 12S 127. 116. 116.• 104 86.'

Yoorlt Frooman (Turpin)8.95; Nearllood (LW)8.6: Teufel (B din) 8.45; Saurller (Badin) 8.45; Guenther (Badm) 8.3 Eckenine (Mason) 8.35; Little (Turpin) B.3; Wanes (Maso B.275.

Ban

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Frooman (Turpin) 8.85; Brandenstein (LW) 8.8; Slli (Turpin) 8.5; Deans (Turpin) 8.5: Pruis (CCD) 8.15; Ne1 hood (LW) 8.1; Ecke~i"e (Mason) B.1; Wones(Mason) 8.0

Little (Turpin) 8.8; Frooman (Turpin) 8.6; Jack (Maso 8.6; Eckenine (Mason) 8.4; Feltner(Mason).8.35; Patters< (LW) 8.2; Mangus (Mason)8.15; Herzog (Fairfield) 8.15.

Floor

Brandenstein (LW) 9.1; Patterson (LW) 9.0; Seurtl (Badin) 9.0; Neartlood (LW) 8.8; Herzog (Fairfield) 8. 75; F verston (LW) 8. 75; Mangus (Mason) 8.675: Hagen (Badi 8.65.

All-aRIIIIId Frooman (Turpin) 35.0; Brandensteln (LW) 33.6 Nearhood (LW) 33.2; Saurller (Badin) 32.95; Uttle (Turpi 32.9; Shine (Turpin) 32. 75; Ecke~ine (Mason) 32.55; H. gen (Badin)32.4.


Moeller High School 2005-06 Swimming & Diving Articles  
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