Prep roundup: Tech swimmers charge past Storm

Prep roundup: Tech swimmers charge past Storm

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Prep roundup: Tech swimmers charge past Storm

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The St. Cloud Tech boys swimming and diving team rolled to a 108-79 Central Lakes Conference win over Sauk Rapids Thursday night at Tech High School.

Reed Allex was a standout performer for the Tigers as he took first place in the 200 freestyle (1:54.61) and the 500 freestyle (5:26.9).

Allex was also a part of the first place 200 freestyle relay team that won with a time of 1:35.11.

In addition for Tech (4-1 CLC, 5-1 overall), David Kruchten won the 100 backstroke (59.36) and Jesse LaVoi won diving (205.9).

For the Storm, Charlie Ramler won the breaststroke (107.22).

SARTELL 106,
ALEXANDRIA 82

ALEXANDRIA – Junior Ian Lawson won the 200 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke as Sartell swam past Alexandria.

Lawson notched a time of 2:13.11 in the 200 IM and 1:05.04 in the breaststroke.

Senior captain Jack Hellie also won multiple events after finishing in 23.04 in the 50 freestyle and 50.37 in the 100 freestyle for the Sabres (5-1 CLC, 5-1).

MILACA 39, ZIMMERMAN 28

MILACA – Hunter Noor (120 pounds), Jorgen Erickson (160) and Brandon Merten (heavyweight) each had pins in the Wolves’ Granite Ridge Conference win over Zimmerman.

Zach Peterson (220), Austin Weidner (182), Aaron Moscho (152), Jack Barsody (145) and Logan Sahlstrom (138) all had wins for the Wolves.

KIMBALL 39,
UPSALA/ROYALTON 37

ROYALTON – Kimball’s Tim Konz (heavyweight), Blaine Tschida (126) and Marcus Hamer (145) all had pins to help the Cubs to the win.

Joe Jensen (113), Brady Moulzolf (132), Kyle Lange (160), Mitch Lange (170) and Cory Wensmann (220) all had pins for the Royals.

EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 36,
PAYNESVILLE 32

EDEN VALLEY – Tyler Donnay (106 pounds), Cain Renner (145) and Luke Kuechle (170) each had pins in the Eagles’ win over the Bulldogs.

Anthony Wendlandt (160), Caleb Burris (182) and Frank Christian (195) each had pins for the Bulldogs.

BRAINERD 136.75,
SARTELL 135.825

SARTELL – The Sabres (1-4) lost despite putting up a season-high score as a team.

Sartell’s Jenisa Cash won the all-around (35.0), was second on the vault, third on the bars, second on the beam and won the floor exercise (9.125) on Thursday.

Sartell’s Anna Neeser won the vault (9.125).

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