Eisenhower girls swimming
New Berlin Eisenhower finished third in the Woodland Conference Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday at Greenfield.
Shorewood won the event with 416 points, ahead of Wauwatosa West (358) and Eisenhower (340).
Top-five finishes for the Lions follow.
Ike was second in the 200 medley relay behind Sam Rottel, Caitin Durley, Steffi Durley and Shayna Putney (1:57.75).
Paige Carter was second in the 200 freestyle (1:59.85) and Nicole Bellford took fifth (2:04.07) and she was second in the 100 butterfly (1:02.02). Steffi Durley was third in the 100 fly (1:02.55).
Rottel was second (54.90) and Carter third in the 100 free (55.62), and the 200 free relay was second (1:45.07) behind Bellford, Steffi Durley, Putney and Carter.
The 400 free relay of Bellford, Caitin Durley, Rottel and Carter took second (3:39.65), and Sammy Kozlowski took fifth in the 100 backstroke (1:06.06).
Other highlights, coach Jenny Moeller said, were senior Gina Lupo dropping five seconds in her 200 free, two seconds in her 100 back and splitting a season best in the 400 free relay.
Kozlowski was on fire leading off the medley relay, sprinting to eighth place in the 50 free, taking a second off her 100 back for a fifth-place finish and splitting a season best in the 400 free relay.
Sophie Carson dropped 12 seconds in her 500 freestyle.
"I'm impressed with how the girls swam today," Moeller said. "It's always fun to watch them in the water, but what also impressed me was how many teammates showed up to cheer and stayed for the entire meet just to support the team.
"To me, swimming has always been about more than what's happening in the water. I love that this team really cares about each other. That's what makes me proud to coach this program."
West girls swimming
New Berlin West finished fifth with 251 points in the Woodland Conference Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday at Greenfield.
Shorewood won the event with 416 points, ahead of Wauwatosa West (358), New Berlin Eisenhower (340) and Whitnall (276).
Madison Tews had another big day with a first and a second in individual events and first and third as a relay member.
Tews was first in the 200 freestyle (1:56.88) and second in 500 free (5:13.60).
In the relays she teamed with Emily Szydlowski, Amber Kazinski, Kayla Rasmussen to win the 200 free relay (1:42.02) and third in the 400 free (3:50.23).
Other top-five finishes came from Robinson, a third in the 50 free (25.56), and Szydlowski, fifth in 100 butterfly (1:05.31).
"It is a great accomplish for Madison to be the conference champ in the 200 free two years in a row," coach Becky Young said. "I am really proud of how she handled the challenge.
"I am extremely excited for the girls. Overall we had a great meet and swam some amazing races. To have a relay be the conference champion is impressive - I am so proud of the team."
West boys cross country
Shorewood nipped Freedom in the WIAA Division 2 State Cross Country Meet at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday.
Shorewood scored 80 points to Freedom's 91 while senior Ryan McCoy of New Glarus/Monticello won the race in 15 minutes, 28.30 seconds.
The Vikings had two seniors qualify and they finished 54th and 115th.
Cory Davis took 54th in 17:16.12. He was 67th after the first mile (5:19) and 61st after two (5:44) before moving up seven spots at the end.
Senior James Kern finished 115th in 18:09.80, as he was 73rd after one mile (5:20) and 97th after two miles (6:00).
- Compiled by Tom "Sky" Skibosh
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