Kenai swimmers take home dual meet

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, September 3, 2016 2:43am
  • Sports

The Kenai Central swimming and diving team dominated the proceedings Friday at the Kenai pool in a dual meet with the Seward Seahawks and the Seward Tsunami club team.

Kenai swimmers won 16 of the 19 events to cruise to the team titles. The Kardinal boys amassed 92 points of a possible 108, while the girls claimed the team title with 72 points, ahead of runner-up Seward’s 38.

Among individual performances, Kenai swimmer Faith Ivy claimed four victories, including the girls 200-meter medley and the 100 breaststroke, and was a part of the girls winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays.



Team scores — 1. Kenai Central, 72 pts; 2. Seward, 38; 3. Seward Tsunami, 6.

200 Medley Relay — 1. Kenai (Pitsch, Ivy, McDonald, Ticknor), 2:16.74; 2. Seward, DQ.

200 IM — 1. Faith Ivy, Ken, 2:43.04; 2. Megan Koster, Sew, 3:27.77.

50 Free — 1. Elena Hamner, Sew, 30.88; 2. Hope Quinn, Sew, 34.90; 3. Savaya Bieber, Ken, 39.82; 4. Lindy Guernsey, Sew, 45.39.

Diving — 1. Mikaela Pitsch, Ken, 187.35 pts.

100 Fly — 1. Jessi McDonald, Ken, 1:20.11; 2. Mickinzie Ticknor, 1:51.00.

100 Free — 1. Meghan Mullaly, Sew, 1:09.61; 2. Savaya Bieber, Ken, 1:35.79; 3. Lindy Guernsey, Sew, 1:40.85.

200 Free Relay — 1. Kenai (Ivy, McDonald, Ticknor, Pitsch), 2:04.82; 2. Seward, 2:12.73.

100 Back — 1. Mikaela Pitsch, Ken, 1:13.64; 2. Jessi McDonald, Ken, 1:17.51; 3. Elena Hamner, Sew, 1:25.42; 4. Megan Koster, Sew, 1:41.45.

100 Breast — 1. Faith Ivy, Ken, 1:22.91; 2. Meghan Mullaly, Sew, 1:30.61; 3. Mickinzie Ticknor, Ken, 1:47.17; 4. Hope Quinn, Sew, 1:50.31.



Team scores — 1. Kenai Central, 92; 2. Seward Tsunami, 10; 3. Seward, 6.

200 Medley Relay — 1. Kenai (Heaven, Kempf, Reese, Alioto), 1:48.73.

200 Free — 1. Zion Alioto, Ken, 2:09.99.

200 IM — 1. Dominic Alioto, Ken, DQ.

50 Free — 1. Hunter Reese, Ken, 23.64; 2. Savaii Heaven, Ken, 23.87; 3. Eric Kempf, Ken, 27.50; 4. Trapper Allen, Sew, 33.52.

100 Fly — 1. Connor Spanos, Sew, 1:01.30; 2. Dominic Alioto, Ken, 1:29.91; 3. Trevor Bagley, Ken, DQ.

100 Free — 1. Chase Keating, Ken, 1:02.48; 2. Trapper Allen, Sew, 1:20.38.

500 Free — 1. Hunter Reese, Ken, 5:10.51; 2. Zion Alioto, Ken, 5:44.92.

200 Free Relay — 1. Kenai (Bagley, Reese, Alioto, Keating), 1:44.58; 2. Kenai, 2:06.69.

100 Breast — 1. Eric Kempf, Ken, 1:12.63; 2. Connor Spanos, Sew, 1:13.15; 3. Trevor Bagley, Ken, 1:13.90; 4. Hunter Fitt, Ken, DQ.

400 Free Relay — 1. Kenai (Keating, Grossl, Alioto, Bagley), 4:40.43.

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