Hatchet swimmers slice and dice Colby
The Hatchet girls cruised to a 111-55 victory over Colby in Thursday’s dual meet on the road.
”We mixed up events for the swimmers, and then swam exhibition to allow Colby the freedom of scoring,” THS coach Theresa L’Esperance said. “The girls are swimming mentally tired because of all the Homecoming festivities, but we still look strong.”
Tomahawk swept three events, the: 200 free (Katy Volz, 2:12.27/Shelby Beanaszeski, 2:16.21/Morgan Weber, 2:17.71); 50 free (Rachel Dallman, :26.78/Kaylie Svacina, :27.50/Megan Marcks, :28.31); and the 500 free (Svacina, 6:01.46/Weber, 6:18.78/Benaszeski, 6:23.16).
They posted the top two times in the:100 fly (Karli Cecil, 1:10.08/Mikhayla Kleich, 1:12.47); 100 free (Volz, :58.55/Baylee Dallman, 1:00.59); the 200 medley (B. Dallman, Marcks, Jackie Elliott, R. Dallman, 2:09.04/Kleich, Cecil, Svacina, Marcks, 2:11.01); the 200 free (Kleich, Natalie Olson, Marcks, Volz, 1:50.98/Cecil, Kirsten Marcks, Weber, Benaszaski, 1:52.97); and the 400 free (R. Dallman, Elliott, Weber, Svacina, 4:09.05/Benaszeski, Olson, B. Dallman, Volz, 4:14.10).
Other top times came from: Elliott (100 back, 1:13.94); K. Marcks (100 brea, 1:16.13); B. Dallman (200 IM, 2:35.49); and Annaluz Fox (diving, 154.25).