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Local Roundup: Card swim team wins four events but falls to Storm

WILLMAR -- The Willmar swimming and diving team won three swim events and swept diving but fell to Sauk Rapids on Thursday at the Willmar High School pool. Willmar's Anna Backes won the 100 and 200 freestyle races and the Cardinals team of Rachel...

WILLMAR - The Willmar swimming and diving team won three swim events and swept diving but fell to Sauk Rapids on Thursday at the Willmar High School pool.

Willmar's Anna Backes won the 100 and 200 freestyle races and the Cardinals team of Rachel lanning, Jennette Harasyn, Josie Miller and Ana Hernandez placed first in the 200 freestyle relay.

Erica Schramm won diving, followed by teammates Olivia Welsh (second) and Maddie Stoeberl (third).

Sauk Rapids 96, Willmar 89

200 MEDLEY RELAY - (1) Sauk Rapids 2:01.14 (2) Willmar (Heather Jorschumb, Edyn Saulsbury, Abby McCormack, Amanda Mathiasen) 2:04.21

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200 FREESTYLE - (1) Anna Backes, W, 2:07.01 (5) Josie Miller, W, 2:20.65 (6) Emily Morris, W, 2:26.34

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY - (1) Anna Lucas, S, 2:19.20 (2) Kiana Gallinger, W, 2:37.54 (4) Jorschumb, W, 2:43.38 (6) Ava Brogren, W, 2:46.81

50 FREESTYLE - (1) Sabel Omvongkot, S, 26.35 (2) Moira Revier, W, 26.59 (3) McCormack, W, 27.58 (4) Saulsbury, W, 27.71

DIVING - (1) Erica Schramm, W, 220.95 (2) Olivia Welsh, W, 210.50 (3) Maddie Stoeberl, W, 202.40

100 BUTTERFLY - (1) Madison Davis, S, 1:12.35 (4) Grace Culshaw, W, 1:16.22 (5) Anna Peterson, W, 1:16.81 (6) Abby Berskow, W, 1:21.39

100 FREESTYLE - (1) Backes, W, 56.87 (3) Mathiasen, W, 58.23 (6) Avery Welsh, W, 1:03.05

500 FREESTYLE - (1) Mya Reinert, S, 5:45.93 (2) Kiana Gallinger, W, 5:51.25 (5) Allie Evink, W, 6:31.02 (6) Emily Morris, W, 6:42.93

200 FREESTYLE RELAY - (1) Willmar (Rachel Lanning, Jennette Harasyn, Josie Miller, Ana Hernandez) 2:04.05 (3) Willmar (Marina Moyers, Grace Vierhuf, Adia Laidlaw, Allie Evink) 2:10.35

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100 BACKSTROKE - (1) Anna Lucas, S, 1:04.52 (2) Revier, W, 1:06.09 (3) Jorschumb, W, 1:13.51 (4) Culshaw, W, 1:14.13

100 BREASTSTROKE - (1) Ella Benoit, S, 1:15.24 (3) Ava Brogren, W, 1:21.41 (5) Saulsbury, W, 1:21.57 (6) Adia Laidlaw, W, 1:28.34

400 FREESTYLE RELAY - (1) Sauk Rapids 3:52.15 (2) Willmar (Backes, Revier, Mathiasen, McCormack) 3:53.02 (3) Willmar (Welsh, Peterson, Gallinger, Jorschumb) 4:11.54 (5) Willmar (Qiana Jones, Emily Morris, Culshaw, Miller) 4:27.30

Waconia 94, Montevideo 81

Montevideo's Kennedy Olson won diving but the Thunder Hawks fell to Waconia on Thursday in Montevideo.

200 MEDLEY RELAY - (1) Waconia 2:01.15 (2) Montevideo ( Rylee Schultz, Nicole Feldhake, Ashton Pauling, Cortney Pauling) 2:07.14

200 FREESTYLE - (1) Brooke Freeman, W, 2:09.38 (3) Madeline Gorham, M, 2:19.03 (5) Anna Jeremiason, M, 2:43.70

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY - (1) Anneli Paulson, W, 2:22.12 (2) Ashton Pauling, M, 2:43.09 (4) Cortney Pauling, M, 2:44.08

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50 FREESTYLE - (1) Emma Lohman, W, 27.17 (2) Kyra Fokken, M, 27.32 (4) Schultz, M, 28.41

DIVING - (1) Kennedy Olson, M, 167.45 (2) McKayla Streich, M, 155.10

100 BUTTERFLY - (1) Anneli Paulson, W, 1:02.14 (4) Ashton Pauling, M, 1:10.40

100 FREESTYLE - (1) Payton Grengs, W, 59.91 (3) Cortney Pauling, M, 1:01.43 (4) Madeline Gorham, M, 1:03.04

500 FREESTYLE - (1) Julia Bartell, W, 5:46.30 (3) Kyra Fokken, M, 6:08.26 (5) Greta Rongstad, M, 6:29.00

200 FREESTYLE RELAY - (1) Waconia 1:48.49 (3) Montevideo (Feldhake, Schultz, A. Pauling, C. Pauling) 1:51.17

100 BACKSTROKE - (1) Anna Jeremiason, M, 1:13.81 (2) Greta Rongstad, M, 1:19.30 (3) Kira Bartunek, M, 1:23.90

100 BREASTSTROKE - (1) Nicole Feldhake, M, 1:17.53 (2) Calysta Stenson, M, 1:23.53 (3) Ashley Anderson, M, 1:33.85

400 FREESTYLE RELAY - (1) Montevideo (Gorham, Schultz, Feldhake, Fokken) 4:06.20 (2) Montevideo (Rongstad, Ellie Sandven, Kelsey Toft. Jeremiason) 4:41.01

Girls Tennis

COLLEGEVILLE - One singles player and two doubles teams advanced out of the Section 5A girls tennis individual tournament for Litchfield on Thursday at St. John's University.

Natalie Nelson earned a pair of 6-1, 6-2 wins to move on in the singles bracket. She topped Erin Loterbauer of New London-Spicer and Annah Zheng of St. John's Prep.

Advancing in doubles were the teams of Avery Stilwell and Vaida Behnke and Shanna Kinny and Laney Huhner.

Stilwell and Behnke won their matches 6-0, 6-2 and 6-3, 6-3.

Kinny and Huhner didn't drop a set in their opener, then won 6-4, 6-1 in their second match.

All five Dragon players will compete in the state semifinals next Tuesday at Fitness Evolution in Sartell. Play begins at 8 a.m.

The New London-Spicer girls tennis team saw its season officially come to end at the same tournament.

Loterbauer, the No. 1 singles player for the Wildcats all year, came out by beating BBE's Morgan Meyer in two sets before falling to Nelson

The top doubles pair for the Wildcats also finished the day 1-1. Shea Oman and Kylie Thompson defeated a Sauk Centre duo in two sets but ran into a buzzsaw in Kayla McIver and Kylee Funk from Foley. McIver and Funk also ended the season of NLS' Michelle Johnson and Emma Spors.

Section 5A Individuals

Singles

Erin Loterbauer, N, def. Morgan Meyer, BBE, 6-4 6-4; Natalie Nelson, Litch, def. Loterbauer 6-1, 6-2; Nelson def. Anna Zheng, St. John's Prep, 6-1 6-2

Annie Ellis, St. John's Prep, def. Annika Spors, NLS, 7-5 6-3

Ally Eckert, LPGES, def. Taylar Smith, Litch, 6-2 6-1

Doubles

Shea Oman/Kylie Thompson, NLS, def. Erica Middendorf/Hannah Mockros, Sauk Centre, 6-3 6-4; Kayla McIver/Kylee Funk, Foley, def. Oman/Thompson 6-3 6-1

Michelle Johnson/Emma Spors, NLS, def. Katie Miller/Regan Mies, SJP, 7-5 6-3; McIver/Funk, Foley, def. Johnson/Spors 6-0 6-0

Avery Stilwell/Vaida Behnke, Litch, def. Hailey Manninen/Emily Moe, Annandale, 6-0 6-2; Stillwell/Behnke, def. Mady Brinkman/Jessica Kerfeld, Melrose, 6-3 6-3

Shanna Kinny/Laney Huhner, Litch, def Kalley Levin/Mariah Cebulla, LPGES 6-0 6-0; Kinny/Huhner, def. Sami Borders/Maddie Helget, Annandale, 6-4 6-1

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