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Girls swimming and diving roundup: Bruning notches win for Litchfield against Hutchinson

Tigersharks win the Wright County Conference dual 96-76

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Girls Swiming and Diving
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HUTCHINSON — Adallia Bruning won the 500-yard freestyle for Litchfield in a Wright County Conference dual Thursday against host Hutchinson.

The Tigersharks got the team victory over the Dragons, 96-76.

Bruning hit the board in 5 minutes, 51.38 seconds. She also placed second in the 200 freestyle at 2:08.45.

Hutchinson 96, Litchfield 76

200 MEDLEY RELAY – (1) Hutchinson 1:58.39 (2) Litchfield (Lia Caron, Emily Petersen, Alex Carlson, Ellie Brown) 2:05.86
200 FREESTYLE – (1) Madison Witte, H, 2:03.24 (2) Adallia Bruning, L, 2:08.45
200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – (1) Izabelle Schwartz, H, 2:19.66 (4) Grace Schmidt, L, 2:47.01 
50 FREESTYLE – (1) Madilyn Gehrke, H, 24.68 (2) Brown, L, 26.30 
DIVING – (1) Aubree Schwanz, H, 155.30 (3) Jailynn Michelson, L, 105.10
100 BUTTERFLY – (1) Witte, H, 1:00.67
100 FREESTYLE – (1) Gehrke, H, 53.80 (2) Brown 59.57
500 FREESTYLE – (1) Bruning, L, 5:51.38
200 FREESTYLE RELAY – (1) Hutchinson 2:04.97 (2) Litchfield (Brooke Caron, Giulia Russo, Quinn Kulzer, Raigan Miller) 2:25.09
100 BACKSTROKE – (1) Sophia Collett, H, 1:09.99 (2) L. Caron, L, 1:15.08
100 BREASTSTROKE – (1) Schwartz, H, 1:09.85 (2) Petersen, L, 1:17.16
400 FREESTYLE RELAY – (1) Hutchinson 4:03.06 (3) Litchfield (Jamiah Taylor, Ellery Cziok, Caroline Grabow, Kendalyn Miller) 4:55.17

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