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Frosh make a splash in Barrington-Elk Grove dual

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  • Fremd sophomore Erica King takes a look at the record board after breaking the pool record in the 500-yard freestyle Wednesday at Wheeling in 5:09.32. For a look at all the area's girls swimming teams, take a look at today's Sports Extra (Section 4).

      Fremd sophomore Erica King takes a look at the record board after breaking the pool record in the 500-yard freestyle Wednesday at Wheeling in 5:09.32. For a look at all the area's girls swimming teams, take a look at today's Sports Extra (Section 4).
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Barrington and Elk Grove combined for some impressive first-meet swims Thursday as the visiting Fillies prevailed 109-66 in Mid-Suburban League action.

Barrington earned a 1-2 finish to open the meet in the 200-yard medley relay and had a double individual winner in freshman Kirsten Jacobsen, in the 50 free (25.39) and 100 fly (1:00.92).

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Elk Grove freshman Nikki Sugihara broke a team record by winning the 100 backstroke in 1:01.85, and junior Simona Kurta won the 200 IM for the Grens.

Individual wins for the Fillies came from Emma Toth (200 free, 2:04.99), Tiffany Soto (diving), Mekenna Scheitlin (100 free, 53.87), Ellie Menso (5:46.83) and Olivia Hoffman (1:12.95).

BG 96, Schaumburg 87: Seniors Veronika Jedryka, and Callie Fasching won two races apiece for the host Bison, who also won all three relays.

Margaret Lotzer (200 IM) and Sara Morosan (100 fly) were also individual winners for BG.

Schaumburg got a 1-2-3 sweep in diving from Amanda Sigler, Amanda Poland and Melissa Huber, and Sydney Skibinski and Ashley Johnson placed 1-2 in the 100 breaststroke.

Palatine 112, Wheeling 70: Palatine won the 200-yard medley relay and 200 free relay to claim victory over the host Wildcats.

Palatine's Amy Zahn won the 200 free (2:04.77) and 100 fly (1:01.00) and had a leg on the winning 200 free relay (1:47.68) with Laura Mayer, Kristin Anderson and Tess O'Brien.

Wheeling had a double winner in sophomore Theresa Godlewski, who was tops in the 100 free (55.68) and 100 back (1:01.48). The backstroke effort broke Godlewski's own team record set last season. The Wildcat also got victories in the 400 free relay and from Rachel Ropski in the 100 breastroke.

Individual winners for Palatine were Mayer (200 IM), Anderson (50 free), Megan Bourn (diving) and Lily Zahn (500 free).

Hersey 118, Conant 68: Karolina Szymaszek and Amanda Petro both won a pair of races and the visiting Huskies claimed first place in two relays.

Szymaszek won the 100-meter free (1:02.57) and 100 breaststroke (1:21.36); Petro was tops in the 200 free (2:10.81) and 100 back (1:07.53).

Conant had a double winner in Allison Cicero, who took top honors in the 200-meter IM (2:33.45) and 400 free (4:42.72).

Hannah Bovino produced a terrific winning diving score for Hersey (212.05), and Kelsey O'Donnell (100 fly) and Lenna Fotos (50 free) also won.

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