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December 3, 2012

METRO ROUNDUP: South swim teams 8th at Hall of Fame Classic

FRANKLIN — Terre Haute South swimmers placed eighth in both boys and girls competition Saturday at the Indiana High School Hall of Fame Classic, although there was a catch involved.

South divers were unable to participate — their bus broke down on its way to the meet — which probably cost the South boys a place or two.

Chandler Bray had a solid freshman debut for South’s boys, placing second in the 200 breaststroke and third in both 200 backstroke and 50 breaststroke. Dalton Mitchell was third in the 100 individual medley.

Grace Padget led the South girls with a third-place finish in the 200 backstroke and a fourth-place showing in the 50 backstroke. Katherine Senseman was fifth in the 50 freestyle.

Boys results

Team scores — Chesterton 623.5, Bloomington North 329, Fishers 326, Castle 271.5, Penn 264.5, Fort Wayne Snider 257.5, Zionsville 233, Terre Haute South 229, Franklin 228.

400 medley relay — Chesterton 3:29.94, 5. Terre Haute South (Dalton Mitchell, Chandler Bray, Collin McCord, Christian Wilhelm) 3:42.20, 13. Terre Haute South (Ildanne Dalina, Josh Ford, Connor McCord, Jacob Riley) 4:01.72.

1,000 freestyle — Adam Destrampe (Fr) 9:40.54, 8. Wilhelm (THS) 10:20.26, 18. Riley (THS) 11:14.78, 21. Ben Allen (THS) 11:17.15.

100 individual medley — Jack Waller (Ches) 53.78, 3. Mitchell (THS) 55.63.

200 freestyle — Blake Pieroni (Ches) 1:40.12.

50 butterfly — Aaron Whitaker (Ches) 22.68.

200 backstroke — Pieroni (Ches) 1:56.61, 3. Bray (THS) 1:58.50, 6. Mitchell (THS) 2:00.62.

50 freestyle — Davis Arick (Fish) 21.31.

Diving — Wayne Zhang (P) 372.65.

400 individual medley — Pieroni (Ches) 4:06.33, 7. Ford (THS) 4:28.01, 17. Col.McCord (THS) 4:42.25, 20. Lucas Sturgess (THS) 4:46.05.

200 freestyle relay — Chesterton 1:28.16, 13. Terre Haute South (Riley, Col.McCord, Collin Dowell, Dalina) 1:36.97, 16. Terre Haute South (Michael Crowell, Con.McCord, Tristen Carrithers, Sturgess) 1:43.14.

50 breaststroke — Waller (Ches) 27.23, 3. Bray (THS) 27.90.

200 butterfly — A.Whitaker (Ches) 1:53.69.

50 backstroke — Chris Cutter (Fish) 25.67.

200 breaststroke — Waller (Ches) 2:10.63, 2. Bray (THS) 2:12.94.

400 freestyle relay — Chesterton 3:10.61, 7. Terre Haute South (Mitchell, Wilhelm, Bray, Col.McCord) 3:22.47, 14. Terre Haute South (Riley, Ford, Dowell, Dalina) 3:39.99.

Girls results

Team scores — Chesterton 542.5, Penn 462.5, Fishers 448, Zionsville 432, Castle 291, Fort Wayne Snider 217, Franklin 140, Terre Haute South 136, Bloomington North 84.

400 medley relay — Penn 3:57.20, 12. Terre Haute South (Katherine Senseman, Ashton Dillon, Grace Padget, Lillie Padget) 4:19.27, 16. Terre Haute South (Hannah Stelflug, Abby Kirsch, Taylor Schilling, Rachel Senseman) 4:36.76.

1,000 freestyle — Julia Campbell (Ches) 10:27.87.

100 individual medley — Annie Spalding (P) 59.05, 6. K.Senseman (THS) 1:03.89.

200 freestyle — Bethany Galat (P) 1:53.98.

50 butterfly — Vanessa Krause (Ches) 26.18.

200 backstroke — Campbell (Ches) 2:07.86, 3. G.Padget (THS) 2:11.39.

50 freestyle — Galat (P) 24.02, 5. K.Senseman (THS) 25.16.

Diving — Cortnee Williams (Fish) 382.45.

400 individual medley — Galat (P) 4:23.72, 21. R.Senseman (THS) 5:14.13, 24. Schilling (THS) 5:36.81.

200 freestyle relay — Penn 1:38.18, 11. Terre Haute South (Stelflug, L.Padget, Schilling, Dillon) 1:49.19, 15. Terre Haute South (Hannah Ater, Tori Davis, Ryann Scott, McKenzie Vaughan) 1:56.26.

50 breaststroke — Spalding (P) 29.77.

200 butterfly — Krause (Ches) 2:06.92.

50 backstroke — Alex Cleveland (Z) 27.19, 4. G.Padget (THS) 29.25, 6. K.Senseman (THS) 29.46.

200 breaststroke — Spalding (P) 2:20.23.

400 freestyle relay — Chesterton 3:38.07, 8. Terre Haute South (L.Padget, G.Padget, K.Senseman, R.Senseman) 3:50.97, 15. Terre Haute South (Ater, Kirsch, Schilling, Stelflug) 4:07.38.

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In other swimming:

• Engineer men second — At Greencastle, Rose-Hulman swimmers won three events, set three school records and got a second-place finish from the men’s team Saturday at the DePauw Invitational.

Matt Ross led the effort with victories in the 200 butterfly, in an NCAA Division III provisional qualification time of 1:53.19 on Friday, and the 400 individual medley title in a time of 4:15.72 on Saturday.

Matthew King shattered the 1,650 freestyle school record by 25 seconds with a time of 16:49.42 to win the Saturday night final and also placed third in the 500 freestyle and fourth in the 200 butterfly.

Celeste Kline, a Terre Haute North graduate, added a school record with a time of 2:22.22 in the women’s 200 butterfly.

The final school record came in the men’s 400 medley relay. The team of John Huster, Andrew Podgorski, Ross and Orion Martin recorded a time of 3:28.71.

Huster, another former Terre Haute North swimmer, recorded a second-place finish in the 100 backstroke and Drew Smith was second in the 400 individual medley. Ross added a third-place finish in the 200 individual medley, with Huster adding a third in the 100 butterfly.

The 200 freestyle relay team of Huster, Podgorski, Paul Hintz and Martin was also third, as were the 800 freestyle relay team and the 400 freestyle relay squad of Podgorski, Hintz, Ross Meininger and Martin.

Fourth-place finishers for the men included Tai Enrico in the 100 backstroke, Stern in the 400 individual medley and Martin in the 50 freestyle. Fifth-place men’s finishers included Martin in the 100 freestyle, Podgorski in the 100 breaststroke, Enrico in the 200 backstroke and Stern in the 200 individual medley.

On the women’s side, the 200 freestyle team of Savannah Jay, Ashley Schumacher, Kline and Stephanie Wolfersberger came home fifth. The 400 medley relay team of Schumacher, Taylor Harris, Kline and Wolfersberger was sixth and the 400 freestyle relay team of Shannon Cunnien, Kline, Wolfersberger and Harris also finished sixth.

Individual finalists for the women included Cunnien with a sixth in the 400 individual medley, Kline with eighth in the 100 backstroke and Harris in the 200 breaststroke.

Rose-Hulman returns to action at the Washington University Invitational on Jan. 11-12.

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