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Barracudas continue perfect season at home

Andy Brown / Louisburg Sports Zone
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Louisburg’s Melia Rice swims to the finish in the 50-meter breaststroke during last Saturday’s meet against Golden Valley at the Louisburg Aquatic Center. The Barracudas defeated Golden Valley 437-133.


The Louisburg Barracudas had a chance to swim in their home waters for the first time this season and they didn’t disappoint.

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Louisburg won its third consecutive meet to start the season as it defeated the Golden Valley Swim Club 437-133 last Saturday and ran away with another meet victory. The team out of Clinton, Mo., couldn’t keep up with the Barracudas as they dominated several age groups.

Sabra Brueggen (9- to 10-year-olds) and Madilyn Prettyman (15-and-over) had the best day of all the Barracudas as they finished with five first-place ribbons.

Jesse Faulkner (8-and-under), Claire Brown (9-10), Mable Graham (11-12), Emma Prettyman (11-12) and Sydney Keaton (13-14) each won four first-place ribbons on the girls side. Brayton Brueggen (11-12) and Trae Johnsen (15-and-over) both recorded four first-place finishes for the boys.

Claire Brown swims the 50-meter freestyle Saturday. Brown won four first-place ribbons.

Claire Brown swims the 50-meter freestyle Saturday. Brown won four first-place ribbons.

Madilyn Prettyman dominated her age division as she won the 50-meter freestyle in 29.94 seconds, the 50 butterfly in 30.28 and 200 individual medley in 2 minutes and 34.43 seconds. Madilyn also helped Teagan Myers, Kaitlyn Lewer and Melia Rice won the 200 medley relay in 2:39 and 200 freestyle in 2:31.

Sabra Brueggen and Brown swept the events in the 9-10 girls class as both girls teamed up with Ashley Branine and Megan Quinn to capture the 100 medley relay in 1:30 and 100 freestyle relay in 1:23.

Brueggen went on to win the 50 butterfly (42.47), 50 backstroke (41.59) and 100 individual medley (1:35). Brown added victories in the 50 freestyle (45.16) and 50 breaststroke (53.15).

Graham and Emma Prettyman did much of the same in the 11-12 girls division. Graham took first in the 50 freestyle (36.59) and 50 backstroke (42.06), while Emma won the 50 butterfly (41.87) and 200 individual medley (3:26).

Catie Lemke and Delanie Tally joined Graham and Emma Prettyman to win the 200 medley relay (2:53) and 200 freestyle relay (2:45).

Christopher Tyson eyes the finish in the 50-meter breaststroke for the 15-and-over boys.

Christopher Tyson eyes the finish in the 50-meter breaststroke for the 15-and-over boys.

Keaton helped Sarah Minor, Elizabeth Kratochvil and Avery Graham to victory in the 200 medley relay (2:39) and joined Avery, Kratochvil and Alison Prettyman to win the 200 freestyle relay (2:26) for the 13-14 girls. Keaton also captured first-place ribbons in the 50 freestyle (32.84) and 50 breaststroke (44.31).

Faulkner rounded the top girl placers as she won 25 freestyle (24.84) and 25 butterfly (32.37). She later teamed up with Lola Dubas, Cricket McIntire and Shylah Dowell to win both the 100 medley (2:17) and 100 freestyle (1:51) relays.

On the boy’s side, Trae Johnson won three individual races and a relay. Johnsen took the top spot in the 50 freestyle (27.93), 50 backstroke (33.59) and 200 individual medley (2:36). Johnsen, along with Alex Prettyman, Christopher Tyson and Bret Minor, won the 200 freestyle relay (2:09).

Brayton Brueggen won the 50 backstroke (45.69) and 200 individual medley (3:36) and earlier joined Braden Branine, Cole Brown and Remington Rice to win the 200 medley relay (3:10). Brayton, Brown, Rice and Henry Coolidge finished the meet with a victory in the 200 freestyle relay (2:47).

Louisburg returns to action this Saturday when it hosts the Woodson Sharks out of Raytown, Mo. The meet is set to begin at 8 a.m.

 

Other Barracuda results are:

GIRLS

8-and-under

25 freestyle: Cricket McIntire, second, 25.19; Shylah Dowell, fourth, 28.47; Kasi Tune, fifth, 29.28

25 butterfly: Lola Dubas, second, 42.0

25 breaststroke: Rachel Minor, first, 34.34; Dubas, second, 36.56; Tune, third, 40.15; Brooklyn Davey, fourth, 1:14

Rachel Minor takes a deep breath during her race in the 25-meter breaststroke.

Rachel Minor takes a deep breath during her race in the 25-meter breaststroke.

25 backstroke: Kasi Tune, first, 30.25; Jesse Faulkner, second, 31.16; Dowell, third, 34.79; Madeline Hughes, fourth, 41.50; Davey, fifth, 46.16

100 IM: Dubas, first, 3:03

100 freestyle relay: Madeline Hughes, Tune, Gabrella Martire, Alessandra Martire, third, 2:34

 

9-10

50 freestyle: Megan Quinn, second, 52.03; Ally Brown, fourth, 56.16; Jessi Miller, fifth, 1:02.65; Hannah Farrington, sixth, 1:03.41

50 butterfly: Quinn, second, 1:09; Claire Baker, third, 1:23; Farrington, fourth, 1:26

50 breaststroke: Ashley Branine, second, 1:01; Miller, fifth, 1:46; Haley VanGilder, sixth, 2:16

50 backstroke: Branine, second, 53.10; Baker, fourth, 1:15; VanGilder, fifth, 1:20

100 IM: Claire Brown, second, 1:51; Branine, third, 2:00; Quinn, fourth, 2:22; Baker, fifth, 2:29

100 freestyle relay: Elizabeth George, Farrington, Baker, Ally Brown, second, 1:57; Annika Hartgrave, Miller, VanGilder, Macy Hughes, third, 2:19

 

11-12

200 medley relay: Callie O’Brien, Mary Grace McElyea, Abby Bradley, Remi Rothlisberger, third, 3:13.75

50 freestyle: Delanie Tally, second, 38.09; Bradley, fourth, 39.81; Catie Lemke, sixth, 40.87

50 butterfly: Lemke, second, 49.50; Rothlisberger, fourth, 59.75; Aurora Dericotte, fifth, 1:01

50 breaststroke: McElyea, first, 48.75; Emma Prettyman, second, 48.93; Lemke, third, 50.90; Bradley, fifth, 53.75; Tally, sixth, 54.50

50 backstroke: Bradley, fourth, 48.81; Tally, fifth, 49.44; O’Brien, sixth, 51.34

200 IM: Mable Graham, second, 3:27.38

100 freestyle relay: Bradley, Tehya Harvey, Rothlisberger, O’Brien, third, 3:11; Anna Poe, Sam Miller, Dericotte, McElyea, fourth, 3:30

 

13-14

200 medley relay: Grace Coffey, Madison Quinn, Maddie Kelly, Alison Prettyman, second, 2:59

50 freestyle: Avery Graham, second, 34.16; Quinn, third, 37.28; Prettyman, fourth, 39.84; Coffey, fifth, 39.91

50 butterfly: Graham, second, 36.63; Elizabeth Kratochvil, third, 38.44; Kelly, fourth, 41.44; Sarah Minor, fifth, 42.37; Prettyman, sixth, 49.62

50 breaststroke: Kratochvil, second, 45.87; Quinn, third, 48.16; Prettyman, fourth, 51.93

50 backstroke: Graham, second, 42.56; Minor, third, 44.75; Kelly, fourth, 47.34; Coffey, fifth, 48.25

200 IM: Kratochvil, second, 3:10; Sydney Keaton, third, 3:16; Minor, fourth, 3:36; Quinn, fifth, 3:38; Kelly, sixth, 3:39

200 freestyle relay: Minor, Kelly, Natalie George, Quinn, third, 2:43

 

15-and-over

50 freestyle: Kaitlyn Lewer, third, 37.94; Teagan Myers, fourth, 43.31; Rachel McElyea, fifth, 47.25; Shayla Aye, sixth, 49.96

50 butterfly: Melia Rice, second, 41.09; Myers, third, 46.88; Aye, fourth, 1:18

50 breaststroke: Lewer, first, 44.25; Rice, second, 47.19; McElyea, fourth, 55.75

50 backstroke: Rice, first, 41.50; Myers, third, 47.10; Lewer, fourth, 50.97; McElyea, fifth, 1:03; Aye, sixth, 1:17

200 freestyle relay: Aye, McElyea, Grace Coffey, Lindsay Keaton, second, 3:01

 

BOYS

8-and-under

100 medley relay: Wyatt Guetterman, Dominick Poetter, Conor Aadlund, Casey Carpenter-Ross, first, 2:13

25 freestyle: Carpenter-Ross, second, 24.15; Aadlund, third, 24.34; Colin Brown, fourth, 26.13; Noah Sharp, fifth, 28.47; Poetter, sixth, 29.28

25 butterfly: Aadlund, second, 32.91

Wyatt Guetterman gets off to a good start in the backstroke Saturday.

Wyatt Guetterman gets off to a good start in the backstroke Saturday.

25 breaststroke: Brown, first, 39.08; Poetter, second, 47.84

25 backstroke: Aadlund, first, 28.12; Carpenter-Ross, third, 30.50; Brown, fourth, 31.94; Guetterman, fifth, 35.81; Jamison, sixth, 42.13

 

9-10

100 medley relay: Ethan Sharp, Josiah McCaskill, William Goode, Josh Holtzen, first, 1:40.28; Jacob Brown, Colton Prettyman, Emmett White, Canaan Clayton, second, 2:04.47; Bryce Collins, Jay McCaskill, Reid McCaskill, Andrew Jamison, third, 2:07.59

50 freestyle: Holtzen, second, 45.44; Jay McCaskill, third, 48.06; Reid McCaskill, fourth, 49.81; White, fifth, 49.84; Prettyman, sixth, 54.34

50 butterfly: Goode, second, 58.93; Reid McCaskill, third, 1:16

50 breaststroke: Josiah McCaskill, first, 55.15; Holtzen, second, 1:00.24; Prettyman, third, 1:08; Jay McCaskill, fourth, 1:11; Clayton, fifth, 1:20; White, sixth, 1:28

50 backstroke: Goode, first, 57.72; Sharp, second, 1:04; Jay McCaskill, third, 1:09; Reid McCaskill, fourth, 1:12; Collins, fifth, 1:15

100 IM: Josiah McCaskill, second, 1:44; Holtzen, third, 2:00; Goode, fourth, 2:05; Prettyman, fifth, 2:38

 

11-12

50 freestyle: Cole Brown, second, 38.22; Braden Branine, fourth, 42.22; Remington Rice, sixth, 43.21

50 butterfly: Rice, second, 42.16; Brown, third, 48.15

50 breaststroke: Branine, third, 51.66; Brown, fourth, 55.50; Brayton Brueggen, fifth, 56.81; Nathan Woerpel, sixth, 1:15

50 backstroke: Rice, second, 48.35; Henry Coolidge, third, 49.88; Jordan Brown, fifth, 58.25

200 IM: Branine, second, 3:53

200 freestyle relay: Trey Myers, Woerpel, Branine, Jordan Brown, third, 3:21; Caden Bradshaw, Canaan Clayton, Jacob Brown, Colton Prettyman, fourth, 3:52

 

13-14

50 freestyle: Bret Minor, second, 36.69

50 butterfly: Minor, second, 45.72

50 breaststroke: Minor, first, 49.16

 

15-and-over

200 medley relay: Trae Johnsen, Alex Prettyman, Bret Minor, Christopher Tyson, second, 2:19.22

50 freestyle: Prettyman, second, 29.19; Tyson, fifth, 32.88

50 butterfly: Prettyman, first, 31.32

50 breaststroke: Prettyman, second, 37.56; Tyson, third, 44.0

50 backstroke: Tyson, third, 43.03

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