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September 23, 2013

Ottumwa girls swim to sixth, Fairfield seventh at Marshalltown Invite

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200 Medley Relay — 1. Marshalltown (Chloe Kuehner, Raechel Hannam, Therese Kuhlman, Leah Barkema) 1:56.05, 5. Ottumwa (Marissa Rupalo, Caroline Carlson, Claire Carlson, Ellen Carlson) 2:07.27, 6. Fairfield (Baylee Bowman, Brynna Bowman, Jada Lippincott, Lauren Ward) 2:15.07.

200 Freestyle — 1. Lauren Lechy (Lewis Central) 1:58.57, 14. Savannah Adams (Ottumwa) 2:27.83, 16. Bowman (Fairfield) 2:35.03, 17. Shayla Wolver (O) 2:38.2, 18. Sophie Goodman (O) 2:43.28, 19. Megan Sullivan (FF) 2:57.73, 20. Mary Unkrich (FF) 3:34.73.

200 Individual Medley — 1. MyKenzie Lechy (LC) 2:14.02, 15. Ca. Carlson (O) 2:52.96, 16. Lippincott (FF) 2:56.14, 17. Kate Van Nest (O) 3:01.69.

50 Freestyle — 1. Lindsay Keltch (LC) 25.43, 11. E. Carlson (O) 28.35, 14. Wolver (O) 29.69, 16. Whitney Dostal (O) 30.97, 19. Sarah Davisson (FF) 34.98, 20. Briseyda Jimenez (FF) 41.21.

100 Butterfly — 1. Lexie Winnett (Johnston) 1:04.23, 7. Marissa Rupalo (O) 1:11.92, 11. Cl. Carlson (O) 1:14.6.

100 Freestyle — 1. L. Lecy (LC) 54.6, 5. Ba. Bowman (FF) 59.05, 11. E. Carlson (O) 1:04.47, 15. Lippincott (FF) 1:06.28, 18. Malinda Rupalo (O) 1:08.45, 21. Dostal (O) 1:11.45.

500 Freestyle — 1. M. Lechy (LC) 5:20.37, 14. Adams (O) 6:31.5, 15. Wolver (O) 7:24.04.

200 Free Relay — 1. Lewis Central (Harper Emswiler, Keltch, M. Lechy, L. Lechy) 1:14.17, 6. Ottumwa (Cl. Carlson, Ca. Carlson, Mar. Rupalo, E. Carlson) 1:54.98, 7. Fairfield (Ba. Bowman, Lauren Ward, Br. Bowman, Lippincott) 1:57.49.

100 Backstroke — 1. Emswiler (LC) 1:01.55, 3. Ba. Bowman (FF) 1:05.03, 12. Mar. Rupalo (O) 1:12.54, 13. Cl. Carlson (O) 1:14.2, 15. Mal. Rupalo (O) 1:16.63, 17. Ward (FF) 1:17.02, 21. Unkrich (FF) 1:49.65.

100 Breaststroke — 1. Lexi Horner (J) 1:13.33, 11. Van Nest (O) 1:30.19, 14. Goodman (O) 1:35.97.

400 Free Relay — 1. Lewis Central (Emswiler, Paxton Hedrick, M. Lechy, L. Lechy) 3:42.91, 6. Ottumwa (Wolver, Dostal, Mal. Rupalo, Adams) 4:39.06.

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