A rejuvenated Hatchet boys swim team captured 10-of-11 events in Thursday’s dual at Medford to lock down a 119-48 victory.
“It was a great meet for the Hatchets,” THS coach Marion Kohl said. “Of course, a win is always nice, however the Raider coach and I got together ahead of time and put together some good seed-time match-ups in several events, so there were some super races.”
The Hatchets swept the 100 back with Kole Svacina (1:09.68), Jacob Miller (1:14.54) and Josh Wick (1:24.11).
THS worked a 1-2 finish in the 200 medley relay despite switching it up a bit with Svacina, Evan Ploeckelman, Parker Knipfer and Lucas Tjugum (2:06.32) and Miller, Tom Reiter, Devon Liebnitz and Troy VanStrydonk (2:16.28).
They also pulled a 1-2 finish in the 50 and 100 free with Logan Loretz (:24.34/:56.44) and Peyton Hamm (:25.00/:57.70), and in the 200 free with Svacina (2:14.71) and Ploeckelman (2:30.22).
Nathan Goehe was a double winner (200 IM, 2:23.12/100 fly, 1:03.87).
Miller took the 500 free in 6:23.65 after a 12-second time cut. Other wins came from 200 free team (Goehe, Tjugum, Hamm, Loretz,1:44.92) and the 400 free group (Goehe, Svacina, Hamm, Loretz, 3:59.81). Ploeckelman was edged out of first in the 100 brea by 2/100ths of a second.