Area roundup: Apollo, Reichl swim past host Sauk Rapids 99-87

Area roundup: Apollo, Reichl swim past host Sauk Rapids 99-87

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Area roundup: Apollo, Reichl swim past host Sauk Rapids 99-87

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SAUK RAPIDS – The St. Cloud Apollo girls swim team recorded its first Central Lakes Conference win of the season by beating Sauk Rapids 99-87 Thursday night.

Hannah Reichl was a part of four victories for Apollo (1-3 CLC, 2-3 overall). She won the 200-yard individual medley (2 minutes, 33.99 seconds), 500 freestyle (5:57.22) and was part of the winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays.

The 200 medley relay included Rebecca Krych, Allison Reichl and Kara Bohlen and finished in 2:03.97. The 200 free relay included Brianna Larcom, Emily Boysen and Bohlen and finished in 1:49.00.

Apollo took the top three spots in the 100 freestyle and 500 freestyle races.

Sauk Rapids (0-5, 1-5) got victories from senior Johanna Weber in 1-meter diving (192.30), ninth-grader Larissa Kleen in the 100 butterfly (1:11.67) and junior Jennifer Rasmussen in the 100 breaststroke (1:20.22).

BECKER 99, S.C. CATHEDRAL/ ST. JOHN’S PREP 83

Becker’s Jaedyn Starry took first in the race of the night, the 100-yard freestyle, to lead the Bulldogs to the Granite Ridge Conference win over St. Cloud Cathedral/St. John’s Prep at St. Cloud Tech.

Starry finished in 1:03.47 to edge Cathedral’s Loundy Silkman (1:03.55) and Becker’s Tali Neidenfeuhr (1:03.69) in a race in which .22 separated first from third place.

Cathedral’s Lily Johnson took second in the 500 freestyle in 6:09.08, a nine-second drop from last week.

MELROSE 62, HOLDINGFORD 35

HOLDINGFORD – Melrose (3-0 West Central, 5-1 overall) won every event to beat Holdingford in a nonconference match.

Junior Sydney Rasmussen took first in the 200-yard freestyle (2:12.49) and the 100 butterfly (1:09.60) for the Dutchmen. Senior Amanda Warzecha was first in the 200 individual medley (2:28.78) and the 100 breaststroke (1:20.98).

Melrose swims at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Foley.

SAUK CENTRE 104, MINNEWASKA 81

GLENWOOD – The Mainstreeters coasted to victory with the aid of three first-place finishers.

Tiana Molitor won the backstroke (105:53), Alyssa Kohorst won the 50 freestyle (27:15), and Kendyl Tullis won the 100 butterfly (109:99).

Bridget Opdahl set a pool record in the 100 free for Minnewaska (55:55).

ST. CLOUD TECH 114, ROCORI 70

COLD SPRING – Katie Heller won the 50 freestyle (26:32) and the 100 free (58:02) to lead the Tigers to a Central Lakes Conference win.

Rocori took first and third in both the 200 free and the 500 free.

EV-W/KIMBALL INVITE

KIMBALL – The Maple Lake girls and the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted boys took home team titles at the meet. Maple Lake had 35 points and HL-W-W had 34 points.

Sauk Rapids’ Samantha Sunstrom took first place on the girls side with a time of 15:19. EV-W/Kimball’s Raelynn Callander was sixth (16:47).

HL-W-W’s Connor Schank took first place with a time of 17:32. Sauk Rapids’ Jordan LeMieur was 10th (18:48).

Girls team scores — 1. Maple Lake 35; 2. Dassel-Cokato 39; 3. Eden Valley-Watkins/Kimball 84; 4. Sauk Rapids 93; 5. St. John’s Prep 97.

Boys team scores — 1. Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 34; 2. Dassel-Cokato 51; 3. Rockford 75; 4. Maple Lake 84; 5. St. John’s Prep 139; 6. Sauk Rapids 172.

ROCORI INVITE

COLD SPRING – The Monticello boys and the Willmar girls took home team titles at the Rocori Invite at River Oaks Golf Course.

Alexandria’s Megan Hasz was the top girls finisher (14:30) and Willmar’s Tom Seifert was the top boys finisher (16:44).

Rocori’s Eric Janssen took third place (16:58) on the boys side. Annandale’s Courtney Alama took third on the girls side (15:15), Little Falls’ Mattia Hendrickson was fourth (15:24) and Rocori’s Kristin Mehr was fifth (15:30).

Boys team scores — 1. Monticello 44; 2. Willmar 45; 3. Alexandria 71; 4. Rocori 87; 5. Little Falls 102; 6. Annandale 170; 7. St. Cloud Apollo 180.

Girls team scores — 1. Willmar 46; 2. Alexandria 55; 3. Annandale 66; 4. Little Falls 76; 5. Rocori 118; 6. St. Cloud Apollo 173.

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