Douglas swimmers split vs. Manogue
The Douglas girls’ swim team topped Manogue 172-114 Tuesday in Reno while the boys dropped a 130-103 decision to the Miners in a four-way meet that included Wooster and Sparks as well.
The girls’ team got individual wins from Whitney Simpson (100 back), Katie O’Neill (200 IM) and Denai Neilander (110 free) and the relay team of Simpson, O’Neill, Sarah Sigala and Haley Von Schottenstein won both the 200 medley and the 400 free relays.
For the boys, Blake Maxwell (100 free) picked up the only individual win of the day.
O’Neill also took third in the 200 free while April Epps, Kali Evanson and Katie Fried led a 2-3-4 sweep in the 50 free for the Tigers.
Lisa VanDenBerg followed Neilander closely in the 100 free, taking second, and Von Schottenstein took second in the 100 fly and fourth in the 500 free.
Paula Sigala took second in the 500 free and sister Sarah Sigala took fourth in the 100 fly. Neilander took second in the 100 breaststroke and Virginia Evans took fourth while Cassie Parr took fourth in the 100 backstroke.
The relay team of VanDenBerg, Fried, Amanda McRae and Megan Ryan took third in the 200 free.
Paul Von took second place in the 200 free and the 100 breaststroke and James Spencer took second in the 100 free and the and the 50 free.
Colby Cain finished third in the 50 free and Marco Hyman took second in the 200 IM followed by Maxwell in fourth.
Andy Pozun finished fourth in the 200 free, Ryan Dykes took third in the 100 fly and Danny Perez took second in the 100 back, followed by Pozun in third.
Angel Skelton took third in the 100 breaststroke.
The relay team of Hymab, Maxwell, Spencer and Von took second in the 200 medley relay, the team of Von, Hyman, Dykes and Maxwell took second in the 200 free relay and the team of Perez, Pozun, Skelton and Spencer took second in the 200 free.