Soldotna swimming and diving sweeps Kenai Tri Meet

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, September 5, 2015 11:56pm
  • Sports

The Soldotna swimming and diving teams swept the Kenai Tri Meet on Friday at Kenai Central High School.

On the girls side, Soldotna scored 122 points while Kenai had 44 and Seward had 11. On the boys side, Soldotna won with 103 points, while Kenai had 50 and Seward scored 3.

On the girls side, the Stars won all but one event. Portia Padilla and Sydney Juliussen led the way, with Padilla taking the 100-yard butterfly and 200 individual medley, and Juliussen nabbing the 500 and 50 freestyles.

On the boys side, the Stars won all but three events, with Cody Watkins and Jacob Hall taking two events apiece. Watkins won the 100 freestyle and 200 IM, while Hall won the 200 and 500 freestyles.

Kenai Tri Meet

GIRLS

Team scores: 1. Soldotna, 122; 2. Kenai, 44; 3. Seward, 11.

200-yard medley relay — 1. Soldotna (Davidson, McElroy, Padilla, Juliussen), 2:00.04; 2. Soldotna, 2:24.54; 3. Seward. 2:36.89.

200 freestyle — 1. Darby McMillan, Sol, 2:20.95; 2. Madelyn Brennan, Sol, 2:21.65; 3. Emily Boone, Sol, 2:29.04; 4. Brittany Gilman, Ken, 3:08.85.

200 IM — 1. Portia Padilla, Sol, 2. Rachel Davidson, Sol, 2:42.61; 3. JessiAnna McDonald, Ken, 2:43.16; 4. Claire McElroy, Sol, 2:47.53.

50 freestyle — 1. Sydney Juliussen, Sol, 27.33; 2. Kortney Birch, Sol, 29.64; 3. Desiree Barbaza, Ken, 29.67; 4. Meghan Mullaly, Sew, 30.24.

Diving — 1. Mikaela Pitsch, Ken, 162.80; 2. Isabell Henry, Sol, 126.20.

100 butterfly — 1. Portia Padilla, Sol, 1:08.91; 2. Darby McMillan, Sol, 1:18.33; 3. Kortney Birch, Sol, 1:23.47; 4. Brittany Gilman, Ken, 1:58.46.

100 freestyle — 1. Emily Boone, Sol, 1:04.77; 2. Madelyn Brennan, Sol, 1:05.36; 3. Faith Ivy, Ken, 1:06.49; 4. Hannah Janecek, Ken, 1:14.15.

500 freestyle — 1. Sydney Juliussen, Sol, 6:02.93; 2. JessiAnna McDonald, Ken, 6:23.46; 3. Isabell Henry, Sol, 6:24.09; 4. Elena Hamner, Sew, 7:35.58.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Soldotna (McMillan, Brennan, Boone, McElroy), 1:53.84; 2. Kenai, 1:56.65; 3. Seward, 2:17.39; 4. Kenai, 2:23.91.

100 backstroke — 1. Rachel Davidson, Sol, 1:07.87; 2. Mikaela Pitsch, Ken, 1:14.12; 3. Amanda Eby, Sol, 1:22.47; 4. Mickinzie Ticknor, Ken, 1:36.15.

100 breaststroke — 1. Claire McElroy, Sol, 1:14.21; 2. Faith Ivy, Ken, 1:23.74; 3. Madeleine Michaud, Ken, 1:27.78; 4. Meghan Mullaly, Sew, 1:28.73.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Soldotna (Davidson, Birch, McMillan, Juliussen), 4:16.50; 2. Soldotna, 4:23.04; 3. Kenai Central, 5:25.70; 4. Soldotna, 5:27.71.

BOYS

Team scores: 1. Soldotna, 103; 2. Kenai, 50; 3. Seward, 3.

200 medley relay — 1. Soldotna (Hall, Lazaros, Watkins, Hall), 1:48.02; 2. Kenai, 1:54.55; 3. Soldotna, 2:25.44.

200 freestyle — 1. Jacob Hall, Sol, 1:53.78; 2. Zion Alioto, Ken, 2:15.67; 3. Connor Gross, Sol, 2:23.81.

200 IM — 1. Cody Watkins, Sol, 2:07.99; 2. Will Gross, Sol, 3:01.61.

50 freestyle — 1. Hunter Reese, Ken, 24.62; 2. Savaii Heaven, Ken, 24.66; 3. Nathaniel Lazaros, Sol, 24.79; 4. Roma Hamner, Sew, 27.23.

Diving — 1. Kylin Welch, Sol, 145.30; 2. Sam Skolnick, Sol, 140.95; 3. Keyshawn McEnerney, Ken, 120.20; 4. Tarrell Hach, Sol, 80.10.

100 butterfly — 1. David Hall, Sol, 1:01.21; 2. James Elsey, Sol, 1:24.21.

100 freestyle — 1. Cody Watkins, Sol, 50.98; 2. Hunter Reese, Ken, 55.25; 3. Zion Alioto, Ken, 1:02.22; 4. Connor Gross, Sol, 1:03.40.

500 freestyle — 1. Jacob Hall, Sol, 5:17.04; 2. Chase Feagin, Ken, 9:45.11.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Kenai Central (Heaven, Alioto, Kempf, Reese), 1:45.19; 2. Soldotna, 2:02.16.

100 backstroke — 1. Savaii Heaven, Ken, 1:00.75; 2. David Hall, Sol, 1:03.27; 3. James Elsey, Sol, 1:18.07.

100 breaststroke — 1. Nathaniel Lazaros, Sol, 1:12.87; 2. Eric Kempf, Ken, 1:14.97; 3. Will Gross, Sol, 1:31.42; 4. Tarrell Hach, Sol, 1:41.36.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Soldotna (Watkins, Hall, Gross, Elsey), 3:55.62; 2. Soldotna, 4:00.52.

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