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LHS Girls Swimming Competes at Wichita West

Brock Kappelmann - April 17, 2018 6:27 am

4/14/18 Wichita West Meet #5

 

200 Medley Relay

8th Place – Sarah Mein, Kristiina Pittman, Alyssa Nutt, and Kambry Hintergardt     2:33.12

 

200 Freestyle

13th Place – Sarah Mein    2:41.38

 

200 IM

15th Place – Alyssa Nutt    3:07.93

 

100 Butterfly

13th Place – Alyssa Nutt    1:23.91

14th Place – Kristiina Pittman    1:26.44

 

200 Free Relay

7th Place – Alyssa Nutt, Alicyn Carey, Vivian Marcellus, and Kristiina Pittman    2:14.77

 

100 Backstroke

11th Place – Sarah Mein    1:22.71

 

100 Breaststroke

14th Place – Kristiina Pittman 1:38.81

15th Place – Caitlin Gilmore  1:39.38

 

400 Free Relay

7th Place – Sarah Mein, Chantel Briones, Vivian Marcellus and Alicyn Carey  4:41.70

 

Overall Combined Team Scores

1st Kapaun Mt. Carmel 496 Points

2nd Maize South 358 Points

3rd Maize 262 Points

4th Emporia 234 Points

5th Newton 221 Points

6th Wichita Northwest 185 Points

7th Wichita West 105 Points

8th Liberal 88 Points

9th Wichita South 80 Points

10th Wichita Southeast 44 Points

11th Wichita North 26 Points

 

The girls had a great fifth meet.  All of them are improving in meets, including 20 PR’s today.  We traveled thirteen swimmers today and they represented LHS well.  I’m very proud of how we are continuing to improve this swim season.

 

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