Noah Draxler took first place in the 100-yard backstroke to lead Kiel’s boys swimming team at a triangular it hosted on Tuesday.
The Raiders finished third, behind West Bend East and Plymouth.
Draxler was the lone winner for Kiel, winning handily in 1:01.55. He was also second in the 100 free (53.89).
Also for Kiel, Samuel Vogel finished second in the 200 free (2:07.8), while the 400 free relay (Draxler, Vogel, Ethan Riehn, Kipp Dietrich) was second in 3:53.27.
Team Scores: West Bend East 152, Plymouth 91, Kiel 77
Sheb. North 142, Two Rivers 19
The Raiders didn’t take first or second place in any race, and had three third-place finishers.
Joshua Tuesberg was the lone individual, taking third in the 200 freestyle (2:38.4).
TR’s 200 medley relay (Tuesberg, Andrew Henderson, Eric Ladwig, Justin Jackson, 2:19.15) and the 200 free relay (Jackson, Henderson, Tuesberg, Ladwig, 1:54.13) each also took third.