Swimming: Eagles land first in SEC Red dual-meet with Huron

Skyline won all three relays and all but two individual events as the Eagles swam past host Huron 103-83 in an SEC Red Division dual-meet on Thursday.

The Eagles took off with a first-place finish in the 200 medley relay as the team of Allison Haak, Georgia Mosher, Emily Lock and Casey Chung touched in 1 minute, 51.08 seconds.

Huron’s foursome of Jewel Huang, Annaliese Streeter, Abbey Ketslakh and Yu Jin Hyun was a very close second in 1:51.35. A reach and a touch the difference between eight and four points.

Skyline sophomore Casey Chung won the 200 freestyle in 2:02.52. Huron’s Hannah Parrish was second (2:06.84) and teammate Sophie Flott was third (2:08.21).

Skyline senior Emily Lock locked up eight points with a first place in the 200 IM with a time of 2:12.39. Huron took second and third with Huang (2:13.48) and Streeter (2:16.93).

The 50-yard freestyle was extremely close with any of three swimmers within a finger nail of first place. When the photo-finish developed Huron freshman Abbey Ketslakh was first in 25.30, Skyline’s Georgia Mosher was second (25.45) and Skyline’s Allison Haak was third (25.52) – told you it was close.

The diving featured a few impressive scores as Skyline junior Zain Smith landed first with 276 points. Huron’s Annie Costello was second (246.25 points) and Skyline’s Paige Sundrman third (217.20).

Huron senior Laura Deng won the butterfly in 1:05.27 with Skyline’s Keltie O’Malley in second (1:05.46) and Huron’s Anna Leone third (1:06.02).

Lock returned to the winner’s circle with her first place in the 100 free with a quality time of 54.19. Right behind her was Huron’s Ketslakh in second (54.44) and Skyline’s Lock was third in 58.09.

Haak went the distance to win the 500 free in 5:19.77. Skyline’s Ella Sadler was second in 5:31.12 and Huron’s Hannah Parrish was third in 5:36.34.

Skyline’s fab four of Mosher, Lock, O’Malley and Haak won the 200 free relay in 1:43.36. Huron (Ketslakh, Hyun, Streeter and Parrish) was second in 1:45.35.

Chung won her second individual race by winning the backstroke in 57.96. Huang was second for Huron in 59.66 and Madison Deininger was third for Skyline in 1:01.81.

Mosher, a senior, won the breaststroke in 1:07.40 for the Eagles. Streeter was second in 1:08.04 for Huron and Sadler third for Skyline in 1:11.92.

The Eagles won the final event of the evening as Lock, Deininger, O’Malley and Hailey Chaconas took the 400 free relay in 3:48.41.

Huron’s relay team of Huang, Emily Tran, Elaina Baker and Parrish swam second in 3:51.05.

 

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