Raiders top THS
The THS swim team showed solid depth but couldn’t overcome Medford’s top-line swimmers in Thursday’s 90-80 dual loss.
“We won the second half, but coudn’t overcome the deficit of the first half,” THS coach Theresa L’Esperance said. “Medford had a number of girls swim outstanding events. I was very proud of the way the girls came back and gave a great second-half finish.”
Tomahawk ranked 1-2 in the 100 free with Morgan Weber (:59.78) and Michaela Galganski (1:02.39), and swam 1st and 3rd in the 200 free relay with Weber, Karli Cecil, Galfganski, Mikhayla Kleich (1:50.78) and Taylor Hansen, Nicole Nerva, Baylee Dallman and Sami Kleich (1:57.07). Weber took the other 1st in the 50 free (:26.42).
The Hatchets went 2-3 in several events, including: the 100 fly (Cecil, 1:11.86/Kelsey Maki, 1:12.20); the 500 free (M. Kleich, 6:11.03/Baylee Dallman, 6:21.06); the 100 back (Katherine Russell, 1:11.21/Maki, 1:13.19); and the 200 medley (Russell, Galganski, Maki, Mary Galloy, 2:05.73/Madeline McPherson, Heidi Massa, Hansen, Hannah Schmit, 2:12.42).
The 400 free team of M. Kleich, Schmit, Cecil and Weber was also 2nd (4:09.10). Other 3rds came from M. Kleich (200 free, 2:16.14) and Galganski (100 brea, 1:19.38).
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