MHS swimmers dunk Oshkosh West

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Rob Reischel

Practice is one thing.

But for a team to truly understand where it stands, it needs competitions.

Middleton’s girls swimming team got just that last Saturday and posted an impressive 108-62 win over host Oshkosh West.

“We can only see so much in practice and getting the girls into an actual meet environment definitely helped us to see where we are at and what improvements we need to make going forward,” Middleton coach Lauren Cabalka said. “All in all, we have a really solid, well-rounded team and I'm excited to see them improve over the next few weeks.”

Middleton’s 200-yard freestyle relay team of Kaitlyn Peters, Abby Utter, Ryanne Woodall and Molly Haag was first, while the quartet of Abby Ensenberger, Eva Anagnostopoulos, Andi Young and Tait Haag was second. The Cardinals’ No. 3 team of Brianna Acker, Piper Garcia Hall, Amanda Beckman and Amanda George added a third place finish.

Middleton’s 400-yard freestyle relay team of Peters, Sophie Benson, Haag and Utter was first, while the foursome of Lily Mair, Young, Natalie Charles and Haag was third.

And in the 200-yard medley relay, the quartet of Mair, Charles, Beckman and Woodall was second, while the foursome of Norah Martin, Ensenberger, Anagnostopoulos and Garcia Hall was third.

Tait Haag was first in the 200-yard freestyle, while Molly Haag was second and Peters was third. Mair, Woodall and Garcia Hall went 1-2-3 in the 50-yard freestyle.

Woodall was first in the 100-yard freestyle and Young was third.

Charles was second in the 200-yard IM and Benson was third. Peters was also second in the 100-yard butterfly, while Tait Haag was second in the 500-yard freestyle and Molly Haag was third.

Martin was second in the 100-yard backstroke and Utter was third. And Charles was second in the 100-yard breaststroke and Ensenberger was third.

“This was a great meet for us,” Cabalka said. “We were able to put together a solid lineup and see what those pieces look like. We are not able to compete in relays in Dane County yet, so it was great to be able to put some relay teams together and play around with that puzzle.”

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