The North East girls swim team improved to 9-2-1 on the season with a 101-67 win over the Iroquois Braves, who fell to 6-6.

The 200 medley relay team of Hannah Feucht, Caitlin Wilkins, Olivia Conti and Sarah Mrozowski took first place with a time of 2:02.54.

Kathy Herman won the 200 freestyle in 2:09.41, with teammates April Meehl and Hannah Wieszczyk coming in third and fifth places, respectively.

Conti took first in the 200 individual medley, finishing in 2:35.58. Teammate Moriah Tamilin came in second place with a time of 2:47.18.

Feucht and Mrozowski took first and second in the 50 freestyle. Feucht finished in 25.31 and Mrozowski was right behind in 27.11.

Meehl won the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:09.58. Wieszczyk took third in 1:18.34.

Mrozowski came in first in the 100 freestyle, finishing in 59.02. Wilkins finished a few seconds later in 1:02.16.

Herman claimed another first place in the 500 freestyle race, finishing the grueling event in 5:50.65.

The 200 freestyle relay team of Herman, Meehl, Mrozowski and Conti dominated for a first place finish nearly 7 seconds ahead of the second place Iroquois foursome. The Lady Pickers finished in 1:53.72.

Feucht took first again, this time in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:03.72. Tamilin came in third in 1:14.66.

Wilkins earned an individual blue ribbon in the 100 yard breaststroke, finishing in 1:20.46. Conti was right behind in 1:21.70, finishing second.

To wrap up the evening, the quartet of Feucht, Wilkins, Herman and Meehl combined forces again for a first place win in the 400 yard freestyle relay. The winning time was 4:08.37, which was 18 seconds ahead of second place.

The Picker boys team also defeated Iroquois, 98-67.

The 200 yard medley relay team of Trung Kitchener, Marcus Haeseler, Colt Olson and Bill Macaulay took first in 1:57.28.

Chip Oberle followed in the 200 yard freestyle with a win in 1:58.12. Matt Shields and Nick Slowikowski took fifth and sixth in the event.

Mike Reed won the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:24.66, followed by teammates Kitchener and Olson to sweep the event.

Macaulay had an individual win in the 50 freestyle, finishing in 25.60. North East’s John Manison and Jacob Grenz took fifth and sixth, respectively, in 26.90 and 27.69.

Macaulay’s second individual win of the night came in the 100 yard butterfly. He finished in 1:08.27, followed by teammates Caleb Baker and Jarod Rathmann in third and fourth places.

Olson was edged out of first place in the 100 yard freestyle by less than 3-tenths of a second, finishing in 58.50. Manison and Grenze took fifth and sixth, respectively.

Oberly earned another individual win, this time in the 500 yard freestyle with a time of 5:40.15. North East’s Alex Bohrer and Adam Schroder came in fifth and sixth places.

The 200 freestyle relay team of Olson, Reed, Macaulay and Oberle took first with a time of 1:43.19. The third place team of Manison, Grenz, Rathmann and Bohrer finished in 1:56.75 while Shields, Schroder, Slowikowski and Peter Becker took fourth in 2:06.41.

Kitchener had an individual win in the 100 backstroke, finishingi n 1:05.36. Baker and Shields took third and fourth places.

Another first place for North East came when Reed won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:13.79. Haeseler finished second and Becker came in third place.

Finishing the evening with a win was the 400 freestyle relay team of Oberle, Kitchener, Reed and Manison with a time of 3:56.88. North East’s Schroder, Bohrer, Slowikowski and Haeseler finished fourth in 5:01.42.

The Picker boys improved to 8-4 on the season.

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