Diving Team – Dive Gear JP http://divegearjp.com/ Tue, 25 Jan 2022 22:34:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://divegearjp.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon.png Diving Team – Dive Gear JP http://divegearjp.com/ 32 32 Three swimming and diving athletes receive weekly SEC honors – LSU https://divegearjp.com/three-swimming-and-diving-athletes-receive-weekly-sec-honors-lsu/ Tue, 25 Jan 2022 21:10:46 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/three-swimming-and-diving-athletes-receive-weekly-sec-honors-lsu/ BATON ROUGE, The. –The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced LSU’s Juan Celaya-Hernandez, Chiara Pellacani and Brooks Curry as Athletes of the Week for their performances against the nationally ranked Texas A&M Aggies. “What a tremendous honor for Juan and Chiara,” said head diving coach Doug Shaffer. “They were great on both counts against a strong, […]]]>

BATON ROUGE, The. –The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced LSU’s Juan Celaya-Hernandez, Chiara Pellacani and Brooks Curry as Athletes of the Week for their performances against the nationally ranked Texas A&M Aggies.

“What a tremendous honor for Juan and Chiara,” said head diving coach Doug Shaffer. “They were great on both counts against a strong, seasoned Texas A&M team.”

“Brooks had a great meet against Texas A&M,” said head swimming coach Rick Bishop. “His leadership and determination in the pool helps lift those around him. He embodies our team’s belief that anything is possible and that we must dream big, work hard, believe and succeed. Tigres de Geaux!

Celaya-Hernandez, a native of San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico, earned his fifth SEC Male Diver of the Week honor after sweeping the springboard events on Saturday. He now has 18 such honors during his LSU career. It was also the fifth time this season that he swept the springboards during a meeting.

In the game against the Aggies, Celaya-Hernandez was recognized for his incredible accomplishments on a turbulent senior day. He won the one-meter springboard with a final score of 388.95 and placed first in the three-meter springboard with a final score of 447.15.

Pellacani, who joined the Tigers for the spring semester, quickly showed his talent. Along with being another Tokyo Olympian in 2020, she has shown that her level of consistency will be crucial for the SEC Championships and beyond.

The native of Rome, Italy started her career at LSU sweeping the springboards against the Aggies. She took first place in the 1 meter with a final score of 315.45 and won in the 3 meter with a final score of 350.70. Thanks to her performance, she won the team’s season high for both springboards, on the women’s side.

“For Juan, I think he probably set a career record for SEC Diver of the Week,” Shaffer continued. “Chiara is a wonderful new addition to the squad and showed her talent immediately. I’m delighted to move into the league season.

Curry, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is the first LSU swimmer to earn an SEC honor this season, as he was co-Swimmer of the Week alongside Florida’s Kieran Smith. He finished the A&M meet with two individual wins in the 50 and 100 freestyles. In the 50 free, he broke his own LSU Natatorium pool record that he set in the season opener against Grand Canyon University. For the GCU meet, he swam a 19.51 and topped that time with a 19.42 on Saturday.

In the 100 freestyle he placed first with a time of 43.76. Curry and the relay teams he participated in also had victories in the 200-yard medley relay and the 400-yard freestyle relay.

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Male Tennis Player Roni Hietaranta Named Freshman DN Athlete of the Week | Sports https://divegearjp.com/male-tennis-player-roni-hietaranta-named-freshman-dn-athlete-of-the-week-sports/ Mon, 24 Jan 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/male-tennis-player-roni-hietaranta-named-freshman-dn-athlete-of-the-week-sports/ The start of the 2022 spring semester has held many surprises for Husker Athletics with several events postponed or canceled due to COVID-19. Although five of the 12 sporting events scheduled for this week did not take place, many first-year athletes were still in action. This week’s winner saw a big individual win in not […]]]>

The start of the 2022 spring semester has held many surprises for Husker Athletics with several events postponed or canceled due to COVID-19.

Although five of the 12 sporting events scheduled for this week did not take place, many first-year athletes were still in action. This week’s winner saw a big individual win in not just one, but two events.

Male tennis player Roni Hietaranta is this week’s winner.

The men’s tennis team played two games over the weekend against No. 2 Baylor and No. 24 Oklahoma. The Huskers lost to Baylor 6-1 and lost to Oklahoma 5-2.

But for Hietaranta, he swept the weekend, winning singles match No. 6 against Baylor and singles match No. 5 against Oklahoma. In the match against Baylor, Hietaranta defeated his opponent in straight sets, winning the first set 6-1 and then two sets 6-3.

Then against Oklahoma, Hietaranta picked up a narrower win in singles match No. 5. The Lappeenranta, Finland native earned another sweep, winning the first set 6-4 and then the second 7-5.

Hietaranta is now 3-0 this season in singles and 1-0 in doubles. Hietaranta is building momentum after a strong run in the Big Ten Championships. Hietaranta qualified for the Round of 16 and finished the event with a 2-2 record.

First honorable mention: swimmer Ilaria Murzilli

The Nebraska swim and dive team competed in a double meet against conference opponent Illinois. As a team, the Huskers defeated Fighting Illini 178-122.

Ilaria Murzilli took part in three events during the competition, obtaining a victory, a fourth place and a seventh place. Her victory came in the 500-yard freestyle, where she won the event in 4:57.78.

Her fourth place came in the 200 yard freestyle where she finished the race in 1:53.71. Finally, her seventh place came in the 200-yard medley relay. The Rome, Italy native swam the freestyle portion of the race with her relay team of second Sarah Barton, junior Berkeley Livingston and junior Kaitlyn Barth.

The relay team took 7th place with a time of 1:50.45 while Murzilli finished her run in 24.61 seconds.

Second Honorable Mention: Swimmer Maia Hall

Maia Hall also performed well in the swimming and diving meet against Illinois, earning a victory and competing in three events in total. The Whitby, England native’s victory came in the 200-yard breaststroke, winning in a time of 2:21.32.

Hall also picked up a fourth-place and sixth-place finish. Her fourth place came in the 200-yard medley relay, where she swam with sophomore Gabby Donahue, senior Shannon Stott and rookie Jojo Randby.

As a team, they finished fourth in 1:47.62. Hall swam the breaststroke portion of the relay, finishing her heat in 30.50 seconds. Finally, her sixth place came in the 100-yard breaststroke, where she finished in 1:06.1.

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Rare and pristine coral reef discovered off Tahiti https://divegearjp.com/rare-and-pristine-coral-reef-discovered-off-tahiti/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/rare-and-pristine-coral-reef-discovered-off-tahiti/ This photo provided by @alexis.rosenfeld shows rose-shaped coral in the waters off Tahiti in French Polynesia in December 2021. Deep in the South Pacific, scientists explored a rare stretch of pristine rose-shaped coral in the off the coast of Tahiti. The reef is considered one of the largest found at such depths and appears untouched […]]]>

This photo provided by @alexis.rosenfeld shows rose-shaped coral in the waters off Tahiti in French Polynesia in December 2021. Deep in the South Pacific, scientists explored a rare stretch of pristine rose-shaped coral in the off the coast of Tahiti. The reef is considered one of the largest found at such depths and appears untouched by climate change or human activities. (Alexis Rosenfeld/@alexis.rosenfeld via AP)

Deep in the South Pacific, scientists have explored a rare stretch of pristine rose-shaped coral off the coast of Tahiti. The reef is considered one of the largest found at such depths and appears untouched by climate change or human activities.

Laetitia Hédouin said she first saw the corals while recreational diving with a local dive club months earlier.

“When I first went there, I thought, ‘Wow – we have to study this reef. There is something special about this reef,'” said Hédouin, a researcher at the French National Research Center scientist in Moorea, French Polynesia.

What struck Hédouin was that the corals appeared to be healthy and unaffected by a bleaching event in 2019. Corals are tiny animals that grow and form reefs in oceans around the world.

Globally, coral reefs have been depleted by overfishing and pollution. Climate change is also harming delicate corals – including those in areas neighboring the newly discovered reef – with severe bleaching caused by warmer waters. Between 2009 and 2018, 14% of the world’s corals were killed, according to a 2020 report by the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Project.

The new reef, which stretches for 3 kilometers, was surveyed late last year during a UNESCO-backed diving expedition. Unlike most corals charted around the world, which are found in relatively shallow water, this one was deeper – between 115 feet (35 meters) and 230 feet (70 meters).

In this photo provided by @alexis.rosenfeld, a researcher from the French National Center for Scientific Research studies corals off Tahiti in French Polynesia in December 2021. Deep in the South Pacific, scientists explored a rare stretch of pristine coral in the shape of roses off the coast of Tahiti. The reef is considered one of the largest found at such depths and appears untouched by climate change or human activities. (Alexis Rosenfeld/@alexis.rosenfeld via AP)

Exploring such depths posed a challenge: the further a diver descends underwater, the less time they can safely spend at each depth. The team was equipped with special tanks and completed 200 hours of diving to study the reef, including taking photos, measurements and coral samples.

The reef is in a place where many researchers haven’t spent much time, said Mark Eakin, a former oceanographer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

“We’ll see more of these finds as the technology is applied to these places,” Eakin said. “We might find bigger ones somewhere, but I think it’s still going to be an unusual reef.”

The recent volcanic eruption in Tonga that triggered tsunami waves in the Pacific did not affect the reef off Tahiti, Hédouin said.

Hédouin hopes the research can help experts understand how the reef has resisted climate change and human pressures, and what role these deeper corals might play in the ocean ecosystem. More dives are planned in the coming months.

“We know very little about the ocean, and there is still so much to record, to measure,” said Julian Barbière, head of marine policy and regional coordination at UNESCO.

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Last double encounters of the season in front of the swimming and diving teams https://divegearjp.com/last-double-encounters-of-the-season-in-front-of-the-swimming-and-diving-teams/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 22:03:55 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/last-double-encounters-of-the-season-in-front-of-the-swimming-and-diving-teams/ History links Navy at Princeton ESPN+ Video ANNAPOLIS, Md. –– The Navy swim and dive teams will resume their respective seasons this weekend when the Mids face off in Princeton on Friday at 5 p.m. The Navy men’s team will remain on the road for a 1 p.m. meeting Saturday at Columbia. This weekend will […]]]>

ANNAPOLIS, Md. –– The Navy swim and dive teams will resume their respective seasons this weekend when the Mids face off in Princeton on Friday at 5 p.m. The Navy men’s team will remain on the road for a 1 p.m. meeting Saturday at Columbia.

This weekend will mark the final meetings of the dual competition season for both Navy teams.

Fan Participation
Princeton and Columbia fan participation is limited to a roster submitted in advance by Navy coaches. Each school has COVID protocols that must be followed before roster fans are allowed into the venue. These requirements include, but are not limited to, providing proof of full vaccination and wearing a mask during competition.

ESPN+
Friday’s game against the Tigers will be streamed via ESPN+.

Navy Men (7-1)
The Mids will be competing for the first time since losing Army, 158-142, on Dec. 9. Navy has never trailed the Black Knights, but has never held a comfortable lead either. The Mids led by one point, 104-103, before a strong close allowed Navy to pass the decisive 151-point number heading into the final 400m freestyle relay.

Navy Women (7-1)
Navy won all but one of the 16 events and placed at least first and second in 11 events to defeat Army, 230-70, in the Mids’ last meeting. Diver Hannah Montau (Sr., Germantown, Md.) had one of the best performances of the day for the Mids against the Black Knights. She won both diving events and in doing so broke the competition, Navy and Patriot League records on every board.

Princeton Men (5-0)
The Tigers have won victories this season against Brown, Dartmouth, Columbia, Penn and Cornell.

Princeton holds a 69-25 all-time series advantage with Navy, dating back to the 1914-15 season.

The Mids defeated the Tigers, 171-129, on Jan. 4, 2020, at Annapolis in what was the most recent duel between the teams. Navy has recorded wins over Princeton four times in the last 11 meetings, with three of the team’s losses in that span being decided by a total of 12 runs.

Princeton Women (5-0)
Princeton has recorded dual competition victories this year against Brown, Dartmouth, Rutgers, Penn and Cornell.

Navy and Princeton have met in a double meet only once before this weekend. The Tigers picked up a 190-101 victory over the Mids on November 22, 1997, in a hard-fought meeting at Rutgers.

Colombia Men (2-3)
The Lions beat Penn and Yale this year and lost to Princeton, Harvard and Brown. Columbia will swim the Army on Friday before hosting the Navy on Saturday.

Navy leads the all-time series with Columbia, 65-26. Prior to the 2020-21 COVID season, the teams had met every year from the 1977-78 season through the 2019-20 campaign. The teams also played each other every year from 1926-27 to 1969-70.

The Mids recorded a 200-100 win over the Lions on January 31, 2020 in what was the long-time rivals’ last meeting.

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Black Knights clinch CSC swimming title with undefeated season https://divegearjp.com/black-knights-clinch-csc-swimming-title-with-undefeated-season/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 04:04:00 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/black-knights-clinch-csc-swimming-title-with-undefeated-season/ The Rome Free Academy boys’ swimming and diving team won the Center State Conference title with an undefeated season after beating Oneida 63-38 on Tuesday. The Black Knights’ home game took place at Holland Patent High School and the win took the RFA record to 10-0. Oneida is 5-3. RFA won two relay events. The […]]]>

The Rome Free Academy boys’ swimming and diving team won the Center State Conference title with an undefeated season after beating Oneida 63-38 on Tuesday.

The Black Knights’ home game took place at Holland Patent High School and the win took the RFA record to 10-0. Oneida is 5-3.

RFA won two relay events. The 200m medley relay team of Cody Madonia, Dominick Gratch, Joseph Keeney and Tanner Brawdy won in 1:52.55. The 400 freestyle relay team of Brawdy, Keeney, Gratch and Jack Anderegg won in 3:54.34.

Oneida won the 200 freestyle relay with a team of Jack Capotosto, Preston Hoang, Ethan Schmitt and Andrew Hicks clocking 1:43.58.

For RFA, Anderegg also won the 200 individual medley in 2:21.84 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:14.54. Keeney also won the 100 butterfly in 59.73. Vincent Klepadlo won the 200 freestyle for RFA in 2:13.77.

Noah Artigiani won the diving event for RFA with a score of 157.75.

For Oneida, Hicks won the 50 freestyle in 23.16 and the 100 freestyle in 51.35. Schmitt won the 500 freestyle in 6:14.81. Paris Hoang won the 100 backstroke in 1:10.49.

The league diving championship meet is Friday at Holland Patent and the swimming championship meet is Friday, January 28, also at Holland Patent.

RFA girls remain undefeated

The FRG women’s bowling team handled New Hartford 11-0 at home at King Pin Lanes on Tuesday to improve to 8-0 this season and extend the program’s winning streak to 56 Tri-Valley League games.

Sophia Iglesias-Tosti led the way for the Black Knights with a game high of 244 and a streak high of 642. McKenzie Pantola had a 592 and Olivia Hluska had a 540.

For New Hartford, Diana Sorenson had the best game of 196 and the best streak of 542.

Next up for RFA is a trip to the CAC Clubhouse for a road game against Vernon-Verona-Sherrill in the league at 4 p.m. Thursday.

HP guys kicked out of Western Canada

The Holland Patent boys’ bowling team defeated West Canada Valley 5-0 in a virtual game Tuesday at the Center State Conference.

HP played at King Pin Lanes in Rome while West Canada was at RD’s Gorge View Lanes.

Dmitry Lukashevich led HP with a high game of 276 and a high streak of 617.

For Canada West, Aidan Monaghan had the team’s best game and streak, 186 and 467.

HP plays Adirondack at 4 p.m. Thursday on the road in the league at the Boonville Bowl.

HP Girls Suffer Bowling Loss

The Holland Patent women’s bowling team lost to West Canada Valley 5-0 on Tuesday. The virtual game in Central State had HP bowling at King Pin Lanes and West Canada at RD’s Gorge View Lanes.

For HP, Avery Carlson had the highest set of 161 and the highest streak of 450.

For Canada West, Jenavieve Lyon had a game high of 217 and a streak high of 492.

HP plays Adirondack at 4 p.m. Thursday on the road in the league at the Boonville Bowl.

CVA exceeds VVS

The Central Valley Academy women’s bowling team defeated VVS 10-1 in the TVL on Tuesday at the CAC Clubhouse.

Emily Ferlo led the Thunder with a game high of 236 and a streak high of 568.

For VVS, Rylee Trunko had the highest play of 158 and the highest streak of 408. Alisha Boice also scored with a 402.

CVA had 3027 total pins compared to 2448 for VVS.

VVS hosts RFA at 4 p.m. Thursday at the CAC.

Oneida volleyball dominates Camden

Oneida won 3-0 at home to Camden in women’s volleyball on Tuesday in the TVL.

Oneida won the sets 25-17, 26-24 and 25-21.

For Oneida, Katie Kinney had eight kills and four digs. Kaydence Bouchard had five kills and five assists. Madison Zehr had 15 assists, seven digs, three aces and a pair of kills.

Statistics for Camden have not been submitted.

Oneida hosts Whitesboro at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the championship.

Camden is at Pulaski at 7 p.m. Thursday in the non-league game.

Clinton volleyball wins big

Clinton’s women’s volleyball team won 3-0 at home to Morrisville-Eaton on Tuesday in a nonleague game.

The Warriors won the sets 25-10, 25-19 and 25-20.

Statistics for Clinton were not submitted.

The Warriors visit Little Falls at 7 a.m. tonight in Center State.

Westmo Volleyball Falls

The Westmoreland boys’ volleyball team lost 3-0 at home to Chittenango in the Section III league game on Tuesday.

The Bears, who improved to 5-0 this season, won the sets 25-15, 25-20 and 25-21.

Leading Westmoreland was Carter McGregor with five kills and three digs; Mark VanDeusen with 13 digs and two aces; and Jacob Webster with six assists, four digs and three kills.

For Chittenango, Josh Boulter had seven kills and six digs. Jake Simmons had 15 assists, nine aces, five kills and five digs. Trevor Cole had 14 digs, four kills and two aces.

Westmoreland, now 2-3, hosts Canastota at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the league.

Blue Devils claim basketball victory

The Camden boys’ basketball team won 58-47 at home against Utica Notre Dame in the TVL.

Camden led 11-8 after a quarter and 28-20 at halftime.

Individual stats have not been submitted for any of the teams.

Camden is at the VVS at 7 p.m. Thursday in the TVL.

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Women’s swimming and diving: UConn remains undefeated with win over Seton Hall https://divegearjp.com/womens-swimming-and-diving-uconn-remains-undefeated-with-win-over-seton-hall/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 14:28:01 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/womens-swimming-and-diving-uconn-remains-undefeated-with-win-over-seton-hall/ South Orange, NJ. – The University of Connecticut women’s swimming and diving team finished the weekend undefeated with a victory over Big East foe Seton Hall by a final score of 167-128. UConn entered Saturday’s encounter against Seton Hall looking to build on the momentum established the day before in the win over the University […]]]>

South Orange, NJ. – The University of Connecticut women’s swimming and diving team finished the weekend undefeated with a victory over Big East foe Seton Hall by a final score of 167-128.

UConn entered Saturday’s encounter against Seton Hall looking to build on the momentum established the day before in the win over the University of Rhode Island. The Huskies immediately set the tone for the game by placing first and second in the 200-yard medley relay. The relay team of sophomore Kayla Medonca, senior Katelyn Walsh, senior Linnea Anderson and rookie Maggie Donlevy took first place with a time of 1:48.13. The success didn’t stop there as sophomore Niamh Hofland took first place in the 1,000 yard freestyle.

“We’re really happy with how our team has come out of training camp, getting two wins over the weekend is a great start to our 2022 and we’re looking forward to our next opportunity next week,” he said. said head coach Chris Maiello.

The Huskies took first place in 10 of 16 events on Saturday, which included a sweep of the 1-meter and 3-meter dive by sophomore Ana Laura Faoro, rookie Julia Pioso and Marina Wilkins.

“It was definitely a chore, racing on the road in various venues is certainly a challenge and our team responded well. From top to bottom, every athlete contributed to these two wins. Today in particular, it was a complete team win, including our divers who swept both boards. Road wins are good, Big East Road wins are even better. We are excited for what the future holds for our team at the over the next six weeks,” Maiello said.

With the win over Seton Hall, the Huskies move to 6-2 on aggregate and 2-1 on aggregate in the Big East competition. The Huskies would finish the weekend after placing first in 24 of 32 events.

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UConn will return home and begin preparing for a game in Durham New Hampshire against the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. The match is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 22.

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Holland Christian swims to second place in D3 Invitational https://divegearjp.com/holland-christian-swims-to-second-place-in-d3-invitational/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 22:03:50 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/holland-christian-swims-to-second-place-in-d3-invitational/ Holland Christian’s boys swimming and diving team won a close final at their annual D3 Invitational. The Maroons scored 395 points to finish behind East Grand Rapids (410) on Saturday at the Holland Community Aquatic Center. Spring Lake finished third with 251, followed by Grand Rapids Christian (247), Hamilton (238), Otsego (179), Manistee (147.5), Allegan […]]]>

Holland Christian’s boys swimming and diving team won a close final at their annual D3 Invitational.

The Maroons scored 395 points to finish behind East Grand Rapids (410) on Saturday at the Holland Community Aquatic Center. Spring Lake finished third with 251, followed by Grand Rapids Christian (247), Hamilton (238), Otsego (179), Manistee (147.5), Allegan (137.5), Milan (120), Chelsea (100) , Detroit Country Day (67) and Ludington (33).

Holland Christian’s Christian Hoeksema won the 200-yard individual medley in 2:00.22 and the 100 breaststroke (1:01.59) to lead the Maroons.

Ryan Windemuller was third in the 100m backstroke (57.46), while teammate Karsten Huisman was fourth (57.49). Jackson Horjus was third in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.23).

Blake Assink was third in the 200 freestyle (1:48.13). Parker Lambers was seventh (1:52.15). Assink also finished fourth in the 100m butterfly (53.44), one place ahead of teammate Basillio Ledesma (54.91). Lambers finished fourth in the 500 freestyle (5:07.86), one spot ahead of teammate Teddy Hollebeek (5:13.66). Horjus finished seventh in the 50 freestyle (22.95).

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Preparatory swimming: Alexander swims past Willmar – West Central Tribune https://divegearjp.com/preparatory-swimming-alexander-swims-past-willmar-west-central-tribune/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 05:57:00 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/preparatory-swimming-alexander-swims-past-willmar-west-central-tribune/ WILLMAR — The Alexandria boys’ swim and dive team went undefeated this season by beating the Willmar Cardinals 109-70 Thursday at Willmar High School. Alexandria has won nine events, a swimming demonstration in the last two races, the 100-yard breaststroke and the 400-meter freestyle relay. Aidan O’Meara of Willmar took first place in the 100 […]]]>

WILLMAR — The Alexandria boys’ swim and dive team went undefeated this season by beating the Willmar Cardinals 109-70 Thursday at Willmar High School.

Alexandria has won nine events, a swimming demonstration in the last two races, the 100-yard breaststroke and the 400-meter freestyle relay.

Aidan O’Meara of Willmar took first place in the 100 freestyle in 1:01.01 to beat Luke Christensen of Alex, who clocked 1:03.78.

O’Meara also finished first in the 100 breaststroke in 1:12.40 and the Willmar 400 freestyle relay clocked 3:39.85.

Swimming for Willmar consisted of seniors Colin O’Farrell, Luke Lammers and Ethan Hurley and ninth grader David Lammers.

Willmar hosts the Section 3A True-Team Championships on Saturday. Diving competition begins at 10 a.m. with swim races beginning at 1:30 p.m. At stake is a spot in the state real team championships Jan. 22 in Minneapolis.

Alexandria 109, Willmar 70

200 MEDLEY RELAYS – (1) Alexandria (Mark Meece, Logan Tung, Cooper Running, Zachary Timm), 1:53.33 … (2) Alexandria (Eric Peterson, Joel Brault, Adison Newman, Carter Holm), 1:54.03 200 FREE – (1) Nicolas Welle, Alex, 1:52.78 … (2) Colin O’Farrell, Will, 2:01.60200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – (1) Anthony Hoyt, Alex, 2:10.60 … (2) Erik Reineke, Alex, 2:14.6650 FREE – (1) Holm, Alex, 22.26 … (2) Aidan O’Meara, Will, 24.21DIVING – (1) Kyler Kavanagh, Alex, 375.45 … (2) Kale Bockelman, Will, 374.90100 BUTTERFLY – (1) Tung, Alex, 58.37 … (2) Hoyt, Alex, 58.59100 FREE – (1) O’Meara, Will, 1:01.01 … (2) Luke Christensen, Alex, 1:03.78500 FREE – (1) Running, Alex, 5:24.18 … (2) Ryan Pappenfus, Will, 5:46.96RELAY 200 FREESTYLE – (1) Alex (Erik Reineke, Running, Tung, Hoyt), 1:36.52 (2) Alex (Welle, Eli Biggers, Andrew Crowser, Holm) 1:38.22 100 BACKS – (1) Reineke, Alex, 1:05.15 … (2) Soren Newberg, Will, 1:15.44100 breaststroke – (1) O’Meara, Will, 1:12.40 … (2) Max Gatewood, Will, 1:17.17RELAY 400 FREESTYLE – (1) Willmar (O’Farrell, David Lammers, Luke Lammers, Ethan Hurley) 3:39.85 … (2) Willmar (Kadin Brabender, O’Meara, Pappenfus, Newberg) 4:06.31

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Athlete of the week: 10 questions with Sydney Holder, New Trèves gymnastics https://divegearjp.com/athlete-of-the-week-10-questions-with-sydney-holder-new-treves-gymnastics/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 10:25:16 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/athlete-of-the-week-10-questions-with-sydney-holder-new-treves-gymnastics/ Sydney Holder is a senior gymnast from New Trier. She is also an All-State diver who placed third in the state finals in November and will dive for Boston University next year. 1. Do you have any rituals or superstitions before dating? Before invitations, I always eat the same food and prepare similar snacks. I […]]]>

Sydney Holder is a senior gymnast from New Trier. She is also an All-State diver who placed third in the state finals in November and will dive for Boston University next year.

1. Do you have any rituals or superstitions before dating?

Before invitations, I always eat the same food and prepare similar snacks. I always eat cereal and toast with strawberry jam.

2. Why is Boston University right for you?

I am really excited about all the academic offerings and I also love the cities. I will be so amazing to be in a city like Boston. And I really like the dive team too.

3. What is your favorite activity in your free time?

I really enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I like to go to new places and sometimes I like to relax and watch TV too.

4. What is your favorite TV show?

“Grey’s Anatomy.” I do not know. I love the drama and I love the characters. He never disappoints.

5. How did you go from gymnastics to diving?

I have always wanted to go diving. It always looked so fun. When I started doing gymnastics in first grade in New Trier, I met a few people who were doing both and said to me, “Okay, I’m going to do it next year. “

6. What is the key to competing in both sports?

They have a few similarities. I have the impression that these are different sports and should be treated as different sports. Knowing how to do flips and twists helps in both cases, but they are different. In the end, I learned that what I do in gymnastics doesn’t necessarily translate into something I do in diving and vice versa.

7. What is the one thing that you cannot live without?

I really like this food that my father prepares. It makes really good pasta, like these pesto gnocchi and it’s my favorite.

8. If you are at Walgreens with a few dollars, what do you buy?

Ghirardelli chocolate caramel squares. These are my favorites.

9. What don’t people know about you?

I am a twin and I have a brother, Wyatt. It’s a fun fact. I feel like people know most of the stuff about me, though.

10. What can this team accomplish this season?

I know we all want to end on a high note and I think everyone seems to be saying this is the ultimate meeting. This is the goal for many of us. But I know that we will all be happy if we do our best, if we do our best, if we work very hard and if we keep improving, this is ultimately the best thing that we can be asked to do. To do.


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Hardworking and quiet, Holtz improves quickly for Nordonia swimming https://divegearjp.com/hardworking-and-quiet-holtz-improves-quickly-for-nordonia-swimming/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 07:24:32 +0000 https://divegearjp.com/hardworking-and-quiet-holtz-improves-quickly-for-nordonia-swimming/ In high school sports, it is usually the students in the upper class who set an example for young athletes. Last season, when he was just a freshman, Nordonia swimmer Noah Holtz turned the tide and made a big impression on his older teammates. “It was really nice to see Noah earn the respect of […]]]>

In high school sports, it is usually the students in the upper class who set an example for young athletes.

Last season, when he was just a freshman, Nordonia swimmer Noah Holtz turned the tide and made a big impression on his older teammates.

“It was really nice to see Noah earn the respect of all the students in the upper class, and he did it just through his work ethic,” said the Knights Boys swimming and diving head coach. , Glenn Yorkievitz. “You could really see all the students in the upper class noticing how hard he worked. It was nice to see the younger one come in and really open his eyes and earn the respect of all the students in the upper class, and he continues to do that this season.

“If you ask anyone on the team right now who is the hardest working swimmer on our team in training, without hesitation, everyone on the team will say Noah Holtz. He’s a calm kid. , he just came in and did his business. “


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