Youth Notes: Swimming meet results
July 11, 2012 6:06PM
Updated: August 14, 2012 6:01AM
Centennial Beach hosts River Run
Centennial Beach Mudrats hosted River Run Raptors in a dual meet Saturday. Centennial Beach won all 13 of the 20 contested relays, yet, in overall points, the meet was a tie.
Centennial Beach triple winner was Nick Bessler. Double winners were Elizabeth Wronski, McKenna Stone and Madison Rosen. Single winners were Lucas Harder, Aastha Couhan, Adam Hunter, Alexa Losurdo, Alexa Draganescu, Luke Wehrli, Rylee Stone, Joe Conniff, Patrick Conniff and Talia Gafrick. River Run Triple winners were Gia Dalesandro, Sam DeYoung, Matthew Weyandt, Sabrina Firnett, Heddy Rosenberg and Morgan Miller. Double winners were Zachary Khazen, Alan Rosenberg, Jack Hiss, Joey Dalesandro, Karsyn Goss and Amanda Brockmeier. Single winners were Michael Dorociak, Gian Delgado, JP LeShock and Ryan LeShock.
Mudrats host Stingrays
Centennial Beach Mudrats hosted Steeple Run Stingrays in a dual meet July 5. Centennial Beach won all 20 of the contested relays.
The Centennial Beach triple winner was Sadie Gregory. Double winners were Nick Bessler, Elizabeth Wronski, Madison Rosen, Samantha Ruvarac, Penelope Gregory, Sarah Pilgrim, McKenna Stone and Peter Wandtke. Single winners were Amanda Lawless, Daniel Nussbaum, Aastha Chouhan, Brenden Niedzwiedz, Samantha Kenney, Caitlin Pilgrim, Trevor Pilgrim, Danielle Pugh, Clarke Waddell, Adam Hunter, Aaron Hunter, Jackson Gans, Isabel Rosen, Patrick Curran, Grace Zablocki, Sean McCambridge, Talia Gafrick, Emily Garza, Joe Conniff and Lucas Harder.
Steeple Run triple winner was Nathan Culberson. Double winners were Jack Zievers, Grant Bochenski, Michael Hu and Julie Hang. Single winners were Annamarie Policht, Adam Nyland, Emily Gasperec, William Ao, Tim Pan and Jon Ayabe.
Tall Grass hosts Racquet Club Orcas
The Tall Grass Lightning welcomed the Racquet Club Orcas June 30. The home team was victorious in all the contested relays.
Triple winners for the Lightning were Maddie Hunt, Bailey York, Eric Weng, Kylie Mears, Isabella Pytel, AJ Carollo, Erin Palubin and Taggart Lohman. Double Tall Grass winners were Laura Mathews, Reilly Devine, Dylan DiLallo, Kayla Lohman, Antaraa Anandan and Alexa Steffl. Single Lightning winners were Ainsley Atwater, Joshua Tinney, Ella Glorioso, Raegen Storin, Noah Glorioso, Alex Triko, Luke Martens, Cole Steffl, Alexa Manna and Matthew Merriman. The double winner from the Orcas was Jack Valle and single winners were Jarrod Gaurascio, Andrew Pell, Audrey Hartmann, Kate Neuman, Cameron Pace and David Healy.
Mudrats host Tall Grass Lightning
Centennial Beach Mudrats hosted the Tall Grass Lightning in a dual meet on June 23. The home team won 15 of the 20 contested relays.
Centennial Beach triple winner was Nick Bessler. Double winners were Amber Hunter, Sadie Gregory, Penelope Gregory, Joe Coniff, Tyler Blair and Lucas Harder. Single winners were Brenden Niedzwiedz, McKenna Stone, Adam Hunter, Annie Hunter, Max Smith, Caitlin Pilgrim, Alexa Losurdo and Peter Wandtke.
Tall Grass triple winners were AJ Carollo, Cole Steffl, Dylan Dilallo and Reilly Devine. Double winners were Molly Devine, Hailey Tierney, Luke Martens, Laura Matthews, Hannah Hunt and Maddie Hunt. Single winners were Erin Palubin, Hope Makris, Alexa Steffl, Lily Hunt, Meredeth Martens, Kailey Mayer, Ashley Carollo and Grace Bergman.
Mudrats host Huntington Estates
Centennial Beach Mudrats hosted the Huntington Estates Seahawks in a dual meet June 19. The Mudrats won 11 of the 21 contested relays.
Centennial Beach triple winners were Nick Bessler and McKenna Stone. Double winners were Elizabeth Wronski, Brenden Niedzwiedz, Madison Rosen, Peter Wandtke, Nolan Vaughn and Sadie Gregory. Single winners were Nathaniel Klingeman, Caitlin Pilgrim, Alex Urbanski, Will Perdue, Danielle Pugh, Talia Gafrick and Patrick Curran.
Triple Seahawk winners were Andrew Rocco, Emerson King and Holly Wessel. Double winners were Brendan Deturris, Ellen Deturris, Caitlin Holzer, Hannah Wessel and Keegan Riggs. Single winners were Lindsey Roussel, Alexander Villazon, Isabelle Rocco, Lizzie Patterson, Dylan Reher, Taylor Wessel, Emma Kash, Connor Deturris, Corydon Gaff, John Manzardo, Gabriella Snyder and Hannah Kenny.
Ashbury Alligators host Steeple Run
The Ashbury Alligators welcomed Steeple Run to a Naperville Swim Conference meet June 23. The home team took 10 relays compared to Steeple Run six.
Triple winner for the Ashbury Alligators was Wyli Erlechman, with double winners Natalie Carter, Cindy Reske, Wil Dykstra, Gabriel Johnson, Julia Stege, Kristin Stege, Kyle DeBaene and Raegan Oliver. Single winners were Ryan Emmens, Dim Kondrasher, Ali Drapp, Allie Dvorchak, Drew Dvorchak, Lauren Kania, Isac Moss, Meghan Dobrolinsky, Madelyn Muller JillianErlichman and Kyle Kovarik.
Triple winner for Steeple Run was Annamarie Policht, with a double winners Calvin Klemetson. Single winners were Eric Lo, Maizy Spretzel, Zachary DeWald, Ryan Cahil, Barret Fiore, George Polski, Julie Lang and Michael Hull.
Farmstead Flying Fish host Neuqua Valley
The Farmstead Flying Fish hosted Neuqua Valley on June 9. Farmstead won 13 relay events and Nequa won 6.
Emily Sejna, Nate Weeks and Emma Lullo were triple winners for Farmstead. Double winners for Farmstead included Daly Dodsworth, Henry Paul, Alli Hansen, Phillip Sajaev, Patrick Van Duerm, Matthew Wooten, Brian Calabrese and Sydney Weeks. Philip Sajaev broke his own pool and team record in the boys 11-to-12 50-yard breaststroke with a 30.40. Sydney Weeks broke the pool record for the girls 13-to-14 50-yard breaststroke with a 33.15. She already holds the team record. Double winners for Neuqua were Sophia Trekas, Arnav Deshpande, Madeline Van Cleve, Sydney Hertogs and Christopher Cottrill.
Single winners for Farmstead were Chloe Duwelius, Mason Cooperkawa, Addie Hansen, Max Paul, John Rudolph, Kent Lullo, Julia Campbell, Henry Mills, Alexander Guo, Lisa Johnson, Megan Oeth, Courtney Walk, Bella Danca and Kevin Van Duerm. Single winners for visiting Neuqua were Jessica Barry, Abby Pikturna, Jonathan Dusenberry, Lexi Kuebelbeck, Jacob Blaszynski, Quinn Brewer and Carter Bird.
White Eagle hosts Cress Creek
On June 30, the White Eagle Warriors hosted the Cress Creek Country Club Rebels for a Naperville Swim Conference dual meet. The visiting Rebels won 14 of the 18 relays.
Triple winners for White Eagle were Dylan Jones, Paige Simpson, Jared Simpson and Lauren Lee. Cress Creek’s triple winners were Katelyn Katsafanas, Andrew Eiken, Garrett Nash, Olivia Eiken and Duncan Chick.
Capturing two first-place finishes for Cress Creek were Charlie Calvo, Jaclyn Mehring, Andrew Cook, Grace Malinger and Audrey Lovick.
Single winners for the Warriors were Stephanie Ambre, Madisyn Vuksinic, Rebecca Farber, Lucas Conrads, Caleb Yau, Jaden Yau and Jacob Dynan. Single winners for the Rebels were Meghan Anderson, Jilian Eiken, Jenny Horne, Anikka Geistkemper, Savannah Swanson, J.P. McAveeney, Ryan Flynn, Jack Tarantino, Riley Thompson, Anna Tarentino, Jake Hoeppel, Natalie Bolduc and William Korosec.
Steeple Run hosts River Run
The Steeple Run Stingrays hosted the River Run Raptors on June 16, and the host team won six of the 19 relay events.
Triple winners for the Raptors were Lucy Lehman, Joey Dalesandro, Karsyn Goss and Sabrina Firnett. Michael Hu captured a triple win for the Stingrays.
Double winners for the Raptors included Grant Larkin, Alyson Malinowski, Sam DeYoung, Sean Larkin, Gia Dalesandro and Sydney Gathe and Andrew Sommers. Double winners for the Stingrays were Adam Nyland, Grant Bochenski and Samantha Reed.
Colleen Clennon, Frank Peters, Zachary Khazen, Bailey Houlihan, Gabriel Dreschsler, Cameryn Cobb, Meghan Leshock, Anthony Spiezio, Kristen Hopkins, Jack Hiss, Heddy Rosenberg, Henry Golden, Kaitlyn Khazen, Dakota Houlihan, Ryan Leshock and Gian Luis Delgado all had single first-place finishes for the Raptors.
AnnaMarie Policht, Ella Bochenski, Tori LaPointe and Jon Ayabe each captured a first-place win for the Stingrays.
Steeple Run Stingrays host Saybrook Sharks
The Steeple Run Stingrays hosted the Saybrook Sharks on June 19, and the Sharks won 17 of the 20 relay events.
Triple winners for the Saybrook Sharks included Eric Curia, Brigit McDonnell and Jessica Lowe.
Double winners for the Sharks included Sarah Thomas, Caroline Pendlay, Emma Boddy, Tommy Boscarino, Cate Boddy, Meredith Conway, Adam Giazzon and Joe Tomashek. Double winners for the Stingrays included Michael Hu and Grant Bochenski.
Luke Donaldson, Marilyn Janecek, Patrick Horn, Emily Magee, Tomas Gilvydis, Jason Hipp, Matthew Mastri, Sofi Prorok, Grant Johnson, Leah Shumate, Jack Jurjovec, Sophie Boddy, Brigit Dunne, Evie Pendlay, Jayson Shumate, Jack Wallace Amanda Johnson and Jack Roche all captured single first-place wins for the Sharks. Brandon Nyland, Danielle Hailmann, Jon Ayabe Ethan He, George Polski and Daniel Ao were all single first-place finishers for the Stingrays.
Steeple Run hosts South Pointe
Steeple Run Stingrays hosted the South Pointe Sea Stars on June 30, and the Stingrays won 10 of the 18 relay events.
Matthew Struble of the Raptors and Julie Lang of the Stingrays each had triple first-place wins. Double winners for the Raptors included Liam Davis, Kali Franckowiak, Celina McDaniel, William Dvorak, Delainey Sanders, Izzy Harder, Marisa Egan, Kayleigh Cannon, Amy Stahl, Ian Hilbrant and Jake Springer.
Double winners for the host team included William Ao, Michael Hu, Jon Ayabe, Adam Nyland and Danielle Hailmann.
Single event winners for the Raptors were Nicole Sterchele, Heather Sterchele, Eric Stahl, Callie Tuma, Megan Phipps, Josh Mollway, Angelina Chartrand and Madeline Sell.
Single event winners for the Stingrays include Samantha Reed, Grant Bochenski, Daniel Polski, AnnaMarie Policht, Ethan He, Radin Yarandi, Jack Zievers and Ella Bochenski.
Farmstead hosts Hobson West
The Farmstead Flying Fish hosted Hobson West on June 30. Farmstead won 15 relay events and Hobson West won six.
Natalie Hey and Phillip Sajaev were triple winners for Farmstead. Sajaev broke the pool record in the boys 11-12 100 yard IM. Triple winners for Hobson West included Nick Walker and Julia Roller. Double winners for Farmstead were Emily Sejna, Henry Paul, Max Paul, Kent Lullo, Emma Lullo and Meghan Oeth . Double winners for Hobson West were Matt Vanderkolk, Sasha Baranovski, Nick Pipala, Abbey Zeng, Tyler Ciliak, Emily Wagner, Connor Lamb, Abbey Rosenstiel and Kyle Jackson.
Single winners for Farmstead were Chloe Duwelius, Alli Hansen, Jenna Czarnecky, Sophia Bleuher, Seth Deegan, Lisa Johnson and Chloe Gibbons. Single winners for Hobson West were Kent Emden, Nadia Helm, David Pirozhnik, Daniel Lott, Ryan Laughlin, Lauren Glodowski and Brian McInerney.
Farmstead hosts Breckenridge
The Farmstead Flying Fish hosted Breckenridge on June 23. Farmstead won 16 relays and Breckenridge won four.
Emily Sejna, Nate Weeks, Sydney Weeks, Michael Stern and Alexander Guo were triple winners for Farmstead. Double winners were Daly Dodsworth, Chloe Duwelius, Lindsey Schmitz, Kent Lullo, Alli Hansen, Addie Hansen, Seth Deegan, Joseph Wooten, Emma Rose Ilseman and Matthew Stern.
Double winners for Breckenridge were Kailey Mohler and Ryan Cercello.
Single winners for Farmstead were Henry Paul, Griffin LeBeau, Brian Calabrese, Patrick Van Duerm, Lisa Johnson, Jenna Czarnecky, Nick DeBoer, Grady Cooperkawa, Meghan Oeth, Gracelyn Butler, Leslie Calabrese, Delaney Gibbons and Bella Danca. Single winners for Breckenridge were Michael Grant Zook, Holden Charboneau, Maddie Rebecca Meyer and Tanner Grayson Schrey.