Michigan Girls HS results

Michigan Girls HS results

Post by Jill Gillha » Tue, 26 Nov 1996 04:00:00


In Class A,  Birmingham Seaholm's Jenny Vanker keeps rollin' along.  She
took the 50 (23.11) and 100 free (50.14) to help her team take the A
title over Ann Arbor Pioneer 169-153.50.  

Anne Aristeo of Livonia Stevenson took the 200 (1:49.41) and 500 frees
(4:49.94) She set a state record of 4:48.67 in the 500 during friday
prelims.  Undecided until recently, the senior decided on Stanford for
college.

Jenny Crisman, who had the fastest times in the state in the 50 and 100
free coming into the meet, swam the 100 fly and 100 back instead.  Her
wins in the fly (54.86) and back (54.41) are both state records.  She's
off to the University of Michigan next year.

In the absence of those three swimmers, Bloomfield Hills Lahser's Sara
Johnson took the 200 IM in 2:06.01.

In Diving, the East Kentwood juggernaut rolls merrily along. Carly Weiden
took the 1-meter title with 432.25 points.

In Class BCD (small schools),  Holland Christian won its first state
title with 170 points, upsetting favored Albion (157).  East Grand Rapids
was third (134) in its worst finish since the classes were split in the
late 1970s.
The Maroons took the Medley (1:53.83) and 200 free relays (1:41.87) but
had only one individual winner in diver Kristen Bussler as a team effort
took the title.

Heidi Hendrick of Saginaw Nouvel won the 50 (24.98) and 100 free(54.29),
and Laura Sadler of Marysville repeated titles in the 200 IN (2:11.94)
and 100 *** (1:07.46)  Flint Powers' Jaycinda Smith was runner-up in
the IM, and went on to take the 100 fly (1:00.66)    Bloomfield Hills
Cranbrook-Kingswood sophmore Elizabeth Groth took the 200 free (1:56.03).
 Albion's Jordan Longhurst took the 100 back in 1:00.49

Jill Gillham

"God grant me the strength to change the things I can change, the wisdom
to accept the things I cannot change, and the wisdom to hide the bodies
of those who***me off"

 
 
 

Michigan Girls HS results

Post by Mike Buckl » Tue, 26 Nov 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>Anne Aristeo of Livonia Stevenson took the 200 (1:49.41) and 500 frees
>(4:49.94) She set a state record of 4:48.67 in the 500 during friday
>prelims.  Undecided until recently, the senior decided on Stanford for
>college.

In Florida, Ashley Whitney won the 200 with a 1:42! and Ginny Johnson won
the 500 with a 4:43.  I help train Mirjana Bosevska, and she got third
with a 4:47,  Hmmmm I wonder what Greg is feeding his swimmers  :)

mike

 
 
 

Michigan Girls HS results

Post by Jim Tola » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

> In Florida, Ashley Whitney won the 200 with a 1:42! and Ginny Johnson won
> the 500 with a 4:43.  I help train Mirjana Bosevska, and she got third
> with a 4:47,  Hmmmm I wonder what Greg is feeding his swimmers  :)

> mike

Yikes!  1:42!!!  Can someone confirm that time?  If it's true, it breaks
Cynthia (Sippy) Woodhead's 14 year old National High School record by
almost
4 seconds (1:45.98).  That is a bodacious swim indeed!

I searched everywhere I could think of, but could not find a listing of
the Florida State High School Championship meet results.  Would someone
please post the URL?

thanks,
jt

 
 
 

Michigan Girls HS results

Post by Mike Buckl » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00


says...

Quote:
>Yikes!  1:42!!!  Can someone confirm that time?  If it's true, it breaks
>Cynthia (Sippy) Woodhead's 14 year old National High School record by
>almost
>4 seconds (1:45.98).  That is a bodacious swim indeed!

>I searched everywhere I could think of, but could not find a listing of
>the Florida State High School Championship meet results.  Would someone
>please post the URL?

I seems fast because it is wrong!  That is what I get for believing
someone I dont know.  Ashley went 1:47 not 1:42.  Sorry for the
mis-information.

mike

 
 
 

Michigan Girls HS results

Post by Josh Jeffre » Thu, 28 Nov 1996 04:00:00


Quote:


>> In Florida, Ashley Whitney won the 200 with a 1:42! and Ginny
Johnson won
>> the 500 with a 4:43.  I help train Mirjana Bosevska, and she got
third
>> with a 4:47,  Hmmmm I wonder what Greg is feeding his swimmers  :)

>> mike

>Yikes!  1:42!!!  Can someone confirm that time?  If it's true, it
breaks
>Cynthia (Sippy) Woodhead's 14 year old National High School record by
>almost
>4 seconds (1:45.98).  That is a bodacious swim indeed!

>I searched everywhere I could think of, but could not find a listing
of
>the Florida State High School Championship meet results.  Would
someone
>please post the URL?

>thanks,
>jt

No Ashley Whitney won the 200 Free in a time of 1:48.30. The most
impressive swim to me was Ginny Johnson's 500 swim, even though it
wasn't a national record or anything. The bolles girls 400 free relay
broke the national prep record in prelims with a time of 3:24.08. Alex
Lopez broke the national prep record in the 200 IM with his time of
1:47.13, in addition to setting a state record in the 100 free, 44.77.
Additional state records were set by Keam Ang in the 100 fly (48.28),
and Alex Lim in the 100 back (50.99). Some events were faster in
District 6A states. For instance, the men's 100 *** winner from
Bolles' district 4A (58.83) would have only gotten 4th in 6A, the
winning time there was 57.93. Jennifer Woolf would have smashed Bolles'
Kate Berquist in the sprints, who was the only other double winner
besides Lopez, with her times of 23.25 and 50.32 to Berquist's 23.70
and 51.51. Another impressive swim from Bolles in my opinion came from
Jamie Cail, who is just either a freshman or a sophomore, in the 200 IM
with her time of 2:01.19. Arizona's times were fast, but as a whole,
the depth in Florida can't be beat. I haven't seen the times from 5A,
but I expect them to be even faster than 6A, and in some events faster
than 4A. If anyone has 5A results, let me know!!!

Josh

 
 
 

Michigan Girls HS results

Post by Whitney Lynn Wil » Tue, 10 Dec 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

> >Anne Aristeo of Livonia Stevenson took the 200 (1:49.41) and 500 frees
> >(4:49.94) She set a state record of 4:48.67 in the 500 during friday
> >prelims.  Undecided until recently, the senior decided on Stanford for
> >college.

> In Florida, Ashley Whitney won the 200 with a 1:42! and Ginny Johnson won
> the 500 with a 4:43.  I help train Mirjana Bosevska, and she got third
> with a 4:47,  Hmmmm I wonder what Greg is feeding his swimmers  :)

> mike

I have swam with Ashley Whitney since she was little.  In fact she use to
live in my neighborhood in Brentwood, Tennessee before she moved to
Florida. She has always been
really fast and an incredible trainer!!!  Maybe she is just talented? >