The Ottumwa Courier


January 14, 2013

Bulldogs swimmers compete at Greyhound Invite

BURLINGTON — The foursome of Adam Mueller, Grant Gullion, Michael Entyre and Riley Hammel continued to swim impressively as a unit for the Ottumwa boys swimming team. The group was again the highlight of the day for the Bulldogs at the Burlington Greyhound Invitational on Saturday.

Mueller, Gullion, Etnyre and Hammel had one of the Bulldogs’ two top-ten finishes, scoring the most points in one event with a 24-point seventh-place finish in the 200 free relay. Coming off wins at last weekend’s Des Moines Hoover Invitational and Thursday’s CIML Metro dual at Indianola, the relay team finished with a time of 1:36.57 in a talented field at the 38th Greyhound Invite.

Ottumwa scored 63 points as a team, finishing in 14th place. State championship hopeful Muscatine picked up the title, scoring almost 100 points more then second-place Iowa City West with 331.5.

Gullion had the only top-ten individual swim for the Bulldogs on Saturday. The junior swam to a ninth-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly in a time of 58.95 seconds.

“This meet was a great way for us to get ready for our conference and district meets,” Ottumwa head boys swimming coach Heidi Owens said. “We swam against 14 teams with lots of competition. The boys continue to improve their times.”

The Bulldog swimmers will be right back in the pool today. Ottumwa heads to Des Moines East for a CIML Metro Conference dual that was postponed last month.


Burlington Greyhound Invitational


Team Scores — 1. Muscatine 331.5, 2. Iowa City West 233, 3. Rock Island (Ill.) 232, 4. Pleasant Valley 185, 5. Iowa City High 171, 6. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 163, 7. Bloomington (Ill.) 154, 8. Galesburg (Ill.) 151, 9. Moline (Ill.) 124.5, 10. Pekin High (Ill.) 110.5, 11. Clinton 91, 12. United Township (Ill.) 73, 13. Burlington 63.5, 14. Ottumwa 63.

Individual Results

200 Medley Relay — 1. Muscatine (Alex Walton, Travis Greenwald, Haden Calegan, Drake Kulick) 1:38.41, 11. Ottumwa (Michael Wagner, Alex Christensen, Grant Gullion, Logan Angstead) 1:54.95

200 Freestyle — 1. Aidan Keen (Iowa City West) 1:44.43, 22. Adam Mueller (O) 2:04.35, 28. Wagner (O) 2:10.95, 40. Jack Langland (O) 2:30.39.

200 Individual Medley — 1. Walton (M) 1:57.92, 21. Angstead (O) 2:27.85.

50 Freestyle — 1. Mark McGlaughlin (ICW) 21.88, 15. Michael Etnyre (O) 24.15, 22. Riley Hammel (O) 25.19, 37. Wagner (O) 27.58.

100 Butterfly — 1. Greenwald (M) 53.78, 9. Gullion (O) 58.95, 34. Shane Riley (O) 1:12.33.

100 Freestyle — 1. Keen (ICW) 48.4, 13. Etnyre (O) 53.51, 25. Hammel (O) 56.48, 39. Langland (O) 1:02.67.

500 Freestyle — 1. Michael Wolfe (Burlington) 4:45.02.

200 Free Relay — 1. Iowa City West (Carson Miller, Keen, Mason Weilbel, McGlaughlin) 1:30.03, 7. Ottumwa (Mueller, Gullion, Etnyre, Hammel) 1:36.57.

100 Backstroke — 1. Walton (M) 52.67, 19. Mueller (O) 1:04.85.

100 Breaststroke — 1. Greenwald (M) 59.16, 2. Christensen (O) 1:16.22, 31. Riley (O) 1:19.6.

400 Free Relay — 1. Muscatine (Walton, Calegan, Halstead, Matt Kruger) 5:18.97, 11. Ottumwa (Mueller, Gullion, Etnyre, Hammel) 5:36.77.

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