MADISON — In the primary afternoon occasion on the ultimate day of the All-City Swim Meet, Shorewood Hills set a Seminole Pool occasion document within the ladies 200-meter medley relay.
Racing within the 15-18 age group, the workforce of Bridget Sullivan, Natalie Schick — each 18 — Jacqueline House, 17, and Erika Schick, 15, received with a time of two minutes, 8.32 seconds.
“It was amazing to end our Shorewood career doing that,” Natalie Schick stated. “We’ve all been swimming together since we were six or seven years old. So, just ending like that was so amazing.”
Their coach, Molly Messner, added that a few the women on the relay workforce coach youthful age teams on the swim membership, solely including to the impressiveness of the feat.
“We’re pretty much working all the time,” Messner stated. “So, for them to swim like that on top of everything is huge, and it really shows the work that they’ve put in.”
Ridgewood amassed 2,746 factors to win the workforce title for the fifth time prior to now six occasions. Middleton had 2,121 factors to edge Seminole (2,103) for second place.
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On the boys aspect, one other All-City document for Seminole Pool was set within the 13-14 age group’s 100 freestyle race. Samuel Wolf, 13, of the Middleton Gators posted a time of 58.13 seconds.
In the 200 medley relay for the boys 15-18 age group, the youngest workforce of their respective warmth race got here out on high. Alexander Li, David Anderson and Daniel Bocsi — all 16 — and Abram Mueller, 15, received by 0.08 seconds with a time of 1:57.51 representing Hill Farm Swim Club.
Mueller additionally received the 200 particular person medley race in that age group with a time of two:18.27, ending greater than 4½ seconds sooner than the subsequent closest swimmer for one of many day’s notably decisive victories.
The boys 100 particular person medley within the 13-14 age group was one of many extra thrilling finishes of the day, as Etienne Dolezal of the Middleton Gators received with a time of 1:08.36, edging Ethan Johnson of Monona Swim and Dive Club by 0.07 seconds.
However, it was the women 100 freestyle race within the 15-18 group that had the tightest end of the day. Shorewood’s House received with a time of 1:02.12, topping Nakoma’s Brynn Stacey by 0.36 seconds and Seminole’s Isabella Granetzke by 0.8.
House, alongside together with her fellow graduate Shorewood teammates in Sullivan and Natalie Schick, plan to swim on the NCAA Division I degree this fall — House at Vermont, Sullivan at UNLV and Schick at Rutgers. But regardless of being scattered across the county, they plan to return sooner or later as spectators of the occasion they cherish.
“It was a really awesome day. I think it was my best All-City ever,” House stated. “I can’t wait to come back and visit, but it will never be the same without racing, so today was great.”