High School Swimming Results from February 15th


Southwest District Championships

At Miami University

Division I

Team Results (top ten): 1. St. Xavier 433; 2. Centerville 249; 3. Moeller 220; 4. Kings 162; 5. Sycamore 161; 6. Anderson 149; 7. Talawanda 128; 8. Lakota West 94; 9. Mason 89; 10. Vandalia 86.

Individual Results (top two automatically qualify for State): 50 Free: Fisher, Walnut Hills, :20.79; Johnson, St. Xavier, :21.22; 100 Free: Fisher, Walnut Hills, :45.57; Letarte, Lebanon, :46.80; 200 Free: Hendricks, St. Xavier, 1:40.2; George, Moeller, 1:40.47; 500 Free: George, Moeller, 4:31.74; McNamara, Lakota West, 4:33.4; 100 Backstroke: Pohlmann, Beavercreek, :50.05; 2. Wooley, St. Xavier, :50.69; 100 Breaststroke: 1. Russo, St. Xavier, :56.75; 2. Richmond, Talawanda, :57.66; 100 Butterfly: Nymberg, Moeller, :50.51; Cole, Xenia, :50.61; 200 Medley: Brooks, Centerville, 1:52.0; Frey, St. Xavier, 1:52.9; 200 Free Relay: 1. St. Xavier, 1:24.7; 2. Centerville, 1:26.97; 400 Free Relay: 1. Centerville, 3:08.68; 2. St. Xavier, 3:08.87; 200 Medley Relay: 1. St. Xavier, 1:34.64; 2. Kings, 1:36.73.

Division II

Team Results (top ten): 1. Oakwood 433; 2. Wyoming 230; 3. Carroll 176; 4. Madeira 164; 5. Alter 157; 6. Indian Hill 133; 7. Mariemont 125; 8. Versailles 121; 9. Tippecanoe 98; 10. Catholic Central 93.

Individual Results (top two automatically qualify for State): 50 Free: Elder, Meadowdale, :21.14; Rieman, Carroll, :21.4; 100 Free: Elder, Meadowdale, :47.08; Rieman, Carroll, :47.9; 200 Free: Goertemiller, Oakwood, 1:40.79; Higgins, Oakwood, 1:43.47; 500 Free: Goertemiller, Oakwood, 4:29.94; Zhu, Oakwood, 4:37.63; 100 Backstroke: Mulcare, Oakwood, 24.04; Quallen, Wilmington, :49.74; 100 Breaststroke: Rutter, Wyoming, :57.04; Brackenbury, Indian Hill, 1:00.17; 100 Butterfly: Quallen, Wilmington, :48.75; Ross, Catholic Central, :51.84; 200 Medley: Mulcare, Oakwood, 1:50.83; Rutter, Wyoming, 1:52.29; 200 Free Relay: 1. Oakwood, 1:28.53; 2. Madeira, 1:28.84; 400 Free Relay: 1. Oakwood, 3:10.58; 2. Wyoming, 3:17.64; 200 Medley Relay: 1. Oakwood, 1:36.07; 2. Indian Hill, 1:38.53.


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