Western Boone Jr-Sr High School

Stars defeat Clinton Central in boys and girls swimming and diving

By Jeremy Dexter | Jan 25, 2023 9:39 AM


The swimmers and divers took home a double win against the Clinton Central Bulldogs on Tuesday night in one of their final co-ed meets of the season. The girls defeated the Bulldogs with a final score of 107-79. Starting off the meet with a second place finish was the 200 medley relay team of Katherine Aliff, Hannah Hayden, Samantha Jones, and Kaitlyn Crowley. The team of Micah Hole, Rebecca Rustin, Annabelle Mickschl, and Brooklynn Schiery finished in fourth place. S. Jones and Crowley finished first and second respectively in the 200 freestyle, followed in fifth by Lindsey Steimel. Adelaide Jones earned another win for the Stars in the 200 IM; Mickschl also placed fifth. In the 50 freestyle, Aliff placed second, Maners finished fifth, and Schiery finished in sixth. Leelah Fettig remained undefeated in diving and re-broke her own school record for the third time this season with a new high score of 286.65. Maisa Kent-Doolan finished second and Cara Hanna finished fifth. Arianna Stieber won the 100 butterfly, followed by Steimel in second and Mickscl in fifth. Rashel Anderson, S. Jones, and Aliff finished in second, third, and fourth respectively in the 100 freestyle. Crowley earned a win in the 500 freestyle; Hayden took third in a close race and Maners finished fifth. The 200 freestyle relay team of Stieber, Aliff, Anderson, and A. Jones finished first; the team of Steimel, Hole, Maners, and Hayden finished in third place; the team of Hanna, Rustin, Mickscl, and Schiery placed sixth. Stieber and Anderson finished 1-2 respectively in the 100 backstroke. A. Jones earned another individual win for the Stars in a close 100 breaststroke race, followed by Hole and Rustin in fifth and sixth. Webo girls finished the meet by taking the top two places in the 400 freestyle relay event. The winning team consisted of Anderson, S. Jones, A. Jones, and Stieber; the second-place team was Maners, Steimel, Crowley, and Hayden. The girls have just one more dual meet before they enter the sectional competition. The boys earned a win against the Bulldogs with a final score of 100-80. The 200 medley relay team of Jacob Norman, Jude Balke, Tanner Weakley, and Isaac Threlkeld kicked off the meet with a win. The team of Ethan Barnett, Carver Bragg, Malachi Catterson, and Andrew Johnson finished in third place. Wyatt Barnett, Daniel Talbott, and Chase Collier earned second, third, and fourth places respectively in the 200 freestyle. Norman earned a win in the 200 IM, followed by Catterson in fifth and Asher Foy in sixth. Threlkeld won the 50 freestyle; Johnson finished third and Isaac Garringer placed sixth. Xander Rouse finished second in the boys’ diving event for the evening. Weakley and Threlkeld finished 1-2 respectively in the 100 butterfly, followed in fifth by Catterson. E. Barnett, Artie Milliser, and Foy placed third, fourth, and sixth in the 100 freestyle. Talbott, W. Barnett, and Collier teamed up again in the 500 freestyle to finish second, third, and fourth. The 200 freestyle relay team of W. Barnett, Norman, Threlkeld, and Weakley won the event. Following close behind was the Webo team of Zach Connors, Collier, Johnson, and Talbott. Finishing in fourth was the team of Balke, Foy, Milliser, and Garringer. Weakley and Norman finished first and second respectively in the 100 backstroke, followed by E. Barnett in fourth. Bragg earned a win in a close 100 breaststroke race; Balke finished fourth and Connors finished sixth. The 400 freestyle relay team of Connors, E. Barnett, W. Barnett, and Collier ended the meet with a second-place finish. The team of Balke, Foy, Bragg, and Talbott finished fourth; Catterson, Johnson, Milliser, and Garringer finished sixth.

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