THS swimmers grate Colby
The Hatchet swimmers put together one of their best meets of the season when they dunked Colby/Abby 104-66 on the road on Thursday.
“We had 15 personal records,” THS coach Theresa L’Esperance said. “This was our first win over Colby in dual competition in 6 years.
The Hatchets swept the 200 IM with Marlee Kiander (2:21.97), Jamie Sterr (2:53.59) and Mary Galloy (2:56.23).
Kiander’s time crushed the THS school record by nearly three seconds. The old mark of 2:24.71 was set by Kristin Kuber in 2004. Kiander now holds the 200 IM, 500 free and 100 breaststroke school records.
They also went 1-2 in the: 100 fly with Kelsey Maki (1:12.84) and Katherine Russell (1:14.67); the 100 back with Maki (1:10.97) and Russell (1:13.78); and the 100 brea with Kiander (1:10.61) and Michaela Galganski (1:23.25).
THS placed 1st and 3rd in the: 50 free with Galganski (:28.29) and Hannah Schmit (:28.84); and the 200 medley relay with Russell, Kiander, Maki, Sterr (2:06.14) and Galloy, Galganski, Sam Schaper and Cassie Silvernale (2:20.19).
The girls ranked 2-3 in the: 200 free with Kleich (2:24.23) and Taylor Hansen (2:32.49); the 500 free with Schaper (6:49.90) and Schmit (6:50.08); the 200 free relay with Kiander, Kleich, Galganski and Schmit (1:53.82) and Hansen, Heidi Massa, Silvernale and Schaper (2:08.14); and the 400 free relay with Schmit, Sterr, Maki and Kleich (4:24.87) and Hansen, Galloy, Silvernale and Russell (4:46.72). Kleich also had a runner-up finish in the 100 free (1:03.82).
Maki swam 4 personal records, and moved into the top ten 50 butterfly records. Galganski, is now 10th all time in the 50 breaststroke.