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Barracudas have big day against Butler

Andy Brown / Louisburg Sports Zone
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Louisburg’s William Goode swims the freestyle Saturday at the Louisburg Aquatic Center against Butler (Mo.). Goode was one of 14 Louisburg swimmers who won four or more events on the day.

 

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In what was its last home meet of the season, the Louisburg Barracuda swim team certainly went out in style.

The Barracudas took care of business Saturday against the Butler Aqua Bears at the Louisburg Aquatic Center. Louisburg defeated Butler 447-55 to improve its record to 3-0 on the season.

Louisburg dominated the waters as it had 14 swimmers that finished with four or more first-place ribbons, while five of those swimmers won all their events.

Cricket McIntire (8-and-under), Ashley Branine (9-10), Emma Prettyman (11-12) each won five events on the girls side, while Josiah McCaskill (9-10) and Davy Brock (15-and-over) captured five victories for the boys.

Claire Brown (11-12), Mary Grace McElyea (13-14), Kadisyn Kircher (15-and-over), Samuel Johnson (9-10), William Goode (11-12), Braden Branine (11-12), Cole Brown (13-14), Remington Rice (13-14) and Christopher Tyson (15-and-over) each had four wins on the day.

In the 8-and-under girls division, McIntire won the 25-meter freestyle in 21.66 seconds, the 25 breaststroke in 30.54 and 100 individual medley in 2 minutes and 19 seconds. She also joined Ella Bockelman, Shylah Dowell and Meg Johnson to capture the 100 medley relay in 1:56 and 100 freestyle relay in 1:43.

Ashley Branine led the girls 9-10 division as she took first in the 50 freestyle (39.85), 50 breaststroke (54.75) and 50 backstroke (47.97). Branine teamed up with Hannah Farrington, Jesse Faulkner and Ella Dischinger to win the 100 medley relay (1:38) and 100 freestyle relay (1:23).

Prettyman had a big day for the 11-12 girls as she joined Abby Bradley, Claire Brown and Tehya Harvey to win the 200 medley relay (2:57), while Prettyman, Brown, Bradley and Anna Poe won the 200 freestyle relay (2:43).

Claire Brown swims the 50-meter breaststroke Saturday against Butler. Brown won four events on the day.

Prettyman also went on to win the 50 butterfly (39.69), 50 backstroke (41.16) and 200 IM (3:21). Claire Brown also took first in a pair of events in the 50 freestyle (38.56) and 50 breaststroke (48.41).

McElyea teamed up with Mable Graham, Alison Prettyman and Tae Elllison to win the 200 medley relay (2:24) and 200 freestyle relay (2:36). McElyea also won the 50 backstroke (46.56) and 50 breaststroke (43.00).

Kircher had a big day for the 15-and-over girls as she hit the wall first in the 50 freestyle (31.13) and 50 butterfly (34.75). She also helped Avery Graham, Kaitlyn Lewer and Elizabeth Kratochvil win the 200 medley relay (2:29), while Kircher, Graham, Madelyn Prettyman and Lewer also took first in the 200 freestyle relay (2:15).

On the boys side, McCaskill won all five of his events as he captured a first-place ribbon in the 50 freestyle (37.87), 50 breaststroke (48.38) and 100 IM (1:37).

McCaskill also joined Samuel Johnson, Conor Aadland and Ethan Sharp to win the 100 medley relay (1:25), while McCaskill, Johnson, Aadland and Bryce Collins won the 100 freestyle relay (1:17). Johnson also won a pair of events as he took first in the 50 butterfly (45.25) and 50 backstroke (44.69).

Brock led the older boys he took first in the 50 butterfly (41.28), 50 backstroke (39.81) and 200 IM (3:22). He also helped Tyson, Gareth Baus and Drake Burdine win the 200 medley (2:48) and freestyle (2:22) relays.

Tyson also won two events in the 15-and-over division as won the 50 freestyle (31.63) and 50 breaststroke (46.40).

Cole Brown and Remington Rice each won four events for the 13-14 boys. Rice, Brown, Bridger Baus and Drake Baus won the 200 medley (2:45) and freestyle (2:26) relays. Brown won the 50 breaststroke (48.28) and 200 IM (3:15), while Rice won the 50 freestyle (31.69) and 50 butterfly (39.88).

Casey Carpenter-Ross prepares to touch the wall following his 25-meter breaststroke race for Louisburg on Saturday as he was one of several swimmers to help the Barracudas to a 447-55 win over Butler.

Braden Branine and Goode did the same for the 11-12 boys. Goode, Branine, Cooper Hipp and Henry Coolidge finished first the 200 medley relay (3:07), while Goode, Branine, Hipp and Josh Holtzen won the 200 freestyle relay (2:51).

Branine went on to win the 50 breaststroke (49.22) and 200 IM (4:01), while Goode hit the wall first in the 50 butterfly (51.85) and 50 backstroke (48.57)

Other Barracuda results are:

GIRLS

8-and under

100 medley relay: Clara Bockelman, Macy Hughes, Brooklyn Davey, Vivian Goode, third, 2:48.28

25 freestyle: Shylah Dowell, second, 23:38; Ella Bockelman, third, 23.94; Meg Johnson, sixth, 26.63

25 butterfly: Johnson, second, 31.84; Dowell, third, 32.38

25 breaststroke: Ella Bockelman, fourth, 44.69; Davey, fifth, 45.81

25 backstroke: Ella Bockelman, first, 25.78; Johnson, third, 30.00; Clara Bockelman, fifth, 31.06; Hughes, sixth, 33.15

100 IM: Dowell, second, 2:28; Hughes, fourth, 2:51

100 freestyle relay: Vivian Goode, Abigail Klotz, Emily Klotz, Logan Heffernon, third, 2:28

 

9-10

100 medley relay: Ally Brown, Kasi Tune, Lola Dubas, Madeline Hughes, second, 2:02

50 freestyle: Ella Dischinger, third, 46.34; Hannah Farrington, fourth, 50.12; Brown, fifth, 51.18; Janie Harth, sixth, 52.75

50 butterfly: Farrington, first, 1:03; Jesse Faulkner, second, 1:12; Brown, third, 1:14

50 breaststroke: Dischinger, second, 1:09; Dubas, third, 1:12.09; Farrington, fourth, 1:12.81; Hughes, fifth, 1:14; Brown, sixth, 1:33

50 backstroke: Haley VanGilder, third, 1:03.12; Tune, fourth, 1:03.56; Faulkner, fifth, 1:03.94; Harth, sixth, 1:07

100 IM: Dischinger, second, 2:14; Dubas, third, 2:24

100 freestyle relay: Brown, Hughes, Tune, Dubas, second, 1:43; Annika Hartgrave, Harth, Fiona Rose, VanGilder, third, 1:50

 

11-12

50 freestyle: Abby Bradley, third, 42.25; Tehya Harvey, fourth, 43.31; Dana Mattison, sixth, 44.96

50 breaststroke: Bradley, second, 50.85; Harvey, third, 54.94; Poe, sixth, 1:00

50 backstroke: Bradley, second, 46.75; Harvey, third, 52.26; Poe, sixth, 1:00

200 IM: Mattison, second, 4:23

Louisburg’s Mable Graham swims the backstroke Saturday against Butler.

13-14

200 medley relay: Dana Mattison, Emma Johnson, Grace Coffey, Anna Poe, second, 3:22

50 freestyle: Mable Graham, second, 35.50; Alison Prettyman, third, 36.91; Mary Grace McElyea, fourth, 37.97; Tae Ellison, fifth, 38.19; Coffey, sixth, 40.84

50 butterfly: Prettyman, second, 43.18; Coffey, third, 50.89

50 breaststroke: Prettyman, third, 50.29; Johnson, fourth, 53.88

50 backstroke: Coffey, second, 48.00; Ellison, third, 49.18; Johnson, fourth, 54.28

200 IM: Graham, first, 3:27

200 freestyle relay: Coffey, Tehya Harvey, Mattison, Johnson, second, 2:56

 

15-and-over

200 medley relay: Anna Danciak, Rachel McElyea, Melia Rice, Teagan Myers, third, 3:11

50 freestyle: Avery Graham, third, 34.25

50 butterfly: Graham, second, 37.34; Elizabeth Kratochvil, fourth, 39.13; Rice, fifth, 43.38

50 breaststroke: Kaitlyn Lewer, second, 43.55; Rice, fourth, 47.96; Kratochvil, fifth, 48.06; McElyea, sixth, 52.81

50 backstroke: Madelyn Prettyman, first, 33.69; Graham, fourth, 43.71; Rice, sixth, 45.69

200 IM: Prettyman, first, 2:39.03; Kadisyn Kircher, second, 2:39.34; Kratochvil, fourth, 3:20

 

BOYS

8-and-under

100 medley relay: Colin Brown, Dominick Poetter, Casey Carpenter-Ross, Andrew Jamison, first, 2:03

25 freestyle: Carpenter-Ross, first, 20.22; Brown, second, 22.58; Jamison, third, 24.09; Noah Sharp, fourth, 25.10; Poetter, sixth, 26.46

25 butterfly: Carpenter-Ross, first, 26.57; Poetter, second, 36.13; Zeke VanGilder, third, 56.44

25 breaststroke: Jamison, first, 33.44; Brown, second, 35.41; Poetter, third, 40.56

25 backstroke: Brown, first, 28.38; Brayden Vohs, second, 29.38; Sharp, third, 34.06; Jamison, fourth, 34.12; John Guetterman, fifth, 38.18; Matthew Farrington, sixth, 50.25

100 freestyle relay: Brown, Sharp, Jamison, Farrington, first, 1:58; Brayden Vohs, VanGilder, Guetterman, Poetter, second, 2:00

 

9-10

100 medley relay: Canaan Clayton, Bryce Collins, Colton Prettyman, Hayden Heffernon, second, 2:07

50 freestyle: Conor Aadland, second, 49.25; Ethan Sharp, third, 49.35; Clayton, fourth, 51.16; Colton Prettyman, fifth, 57.49; Wyatt Guetterman, sixth, 58.50

50 breaststroke: Clayton, second, 1:05; Prettyman, third, 1:12

50 backstroke: Sharp, second, 56.81; Aadland, third, 58.09; Collins, fourth, 1:06; Prettyman, fifth, 1:13; Guetterman, sixth, 1:16

100 IM: Samuel Johnson, second, 1:45

100 freestyle relay: Guetterman, Prettyman, Sharp, Clayton, second, 1:31

 

11-12

50 freestyle: Cooper Hipp, first, 37.06; Josh Holtzen, second, 38.62; William Goode, third, 40.65; Henry Coolidge, fourth, 41.44; Jordan Brown, sixth, 45.70

50 breaststroke: Holtzen, second, 51.56; Hipp, third, 55.81; Jake Danciak, fifth, 1:13

50 backstroke: Coolidge, second, 49.65; Holtzen, third, 50.82; Braden Branine, fourth, 53.88; Hipp, fifth, 56.44; Brown, sixth, 56.64

200 freestyle relay: Coolidge, Austin Beatty, Danciak, Brown, second, 3:06

 

13-14

50 freestyle: Cole Brown, second, 33.78; Bridger Baus, third, 34.97; Drake Baus, fourth, 39.09; Drake Burdine, fifth, 41.63

50 butterfly: Burdine, second, 48.94

50 breaststroke: Drake Baus, second, 59.47

50 backstroke: Bridger Baus, first, 39.10; Remington Rice, second, 41.84; Drake Baus, third, 46.69; Burdine, fourth, 51.40

 

15-and-over

50 freestyle: Gareth Baus, second, 31.97

50 breaststroke: Baus, second, 49.91

50 backstroke: Baus, second, 40.78; Christopher Tyson, third, 43.93

One Comment

  1. Connie Dodson

    July 12, 2017 at 2:06 am

    Love the picture of my grandson, William. I would like to buy one when you have your sale. Also, the little girl, 7, is Vivian Goode and if you get any of her, would also like to buy! Thanks for all the great articles and pictures that you take!!

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