Port swimmers’ times are still dropping

Tetzlaff, Lotz lead the way for the Pirates

JUNIOR ERIN GRISAR has been a solid swimmer for Port Washington this season. Photo by Sam Arendt
Ozaukee Press staff

The Port Washington High School girls’ swim team improved from its two meets last week.

The Pirates lost at Cedarburg, 143-42, on Oct. 1 and lost at Plymouth, 116-70, two days later.

“The girls swam very well against Plymouth. We had more time drops compared to our meet on Tuesday,” coach Danielle Peiffer said.

Freshman Josie Tetzlaff led the Pirates with 12 points. Freshman Abbey Lotz scored nine.

She won the 200-yard individual medley in a personal record 2 minutes, 36.2 seconds and won the 100 backstroke in a PR 1:11.95.

Tetzlaff helped the 200 medley relay team take second in 2:16.66. The other team members were sophomore Caroline Hadacek, junior Erin Grisar and sophomore Kamryn Lapacek.

The Pirates swept the 100 butterfly. Lotz won in 1:10.19. Grisar was second in 1:19.77 and junior Sydney Hannert was third in 1:19.83.

Freshman Audyn Setzer was second in the 500 freestyle in a PR 6:28.22.

The 200 freestyle relay team of Lapacek, freshman Emma Huber, Tetzlaff and Lotz was second in 1:56.24.

Lapacek was third in the 200 freestyle in 2:18.03 and in the 100 freestyle in 1:02.01.

Lotz was third in the 200 individual medley in 2:47.89.

Huber was third in the 50 freestyle in 29.23.

Sophomore Taylor Peiffer was third in the 100 backstroke in 1:18.05.

The 400 relay team of Huber, freshman Maddi Klein, Setzer and Lotz was third in 4:26.63.

Against Cedarburg, the 200 freestyle relay team of Lapacek, Huber, Tetzlaff and Lotz was second in 1:55.51.

Port got three third places: freshman Stephanie Schlessinger in diving, 153.7 points; Tetzlaff in the 100 backstroke, 1:13.1; and the 400 freestyle relay team of Huber, Grisar, Setzer and Lotz, 4:33.42.

The Pirates were to swim at the West Bend Co-op on Tuesday and host Hartford at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15.



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