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Prospect puts its stamp on invitational victory

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Prospect's girls swimming and diving team added to an impressive start to the season by winning the 12-team Buffalo Grove Stampede held at Wheeling's pool on Saturday.

The Knights used their consistency and depth to amass 390 points -- without a winning an event -- to edge runner-up Jacobs/Hampshire (378). Hersey was third at 343, followed by Huntley (276), Cary-Grove (214), Conant (185), Rolling Meadows (142) and the host Bison (115).

Prospect's top finishers individually were Bestsy Rozow in the 100-yard back (2nd, 1:02.70) and 100 free (3rd, 58.02) and Rachel Rozow in the 100 breaststroke (3rd, 1:14.05). The Knights' 200 medley relay of Besty Rozow, Macey Berkley, Samantha Berkley and Rachel Rozow was second in 1:59.20.

BG's Sarah Morosan was a double individual winner, taking the 200 free in 2:01.47 and the 100 fly in 1:02.98.

Wheeling junior Theresa Godlewski did likewise, winning the 100 free (55.01) and the 100 back (1:00.51).

Conant's Allison Cicero had the winning efforts in the 500 free (5:21.03) and the 200 IM (2:14.78).

Hersey's Lenna Fotos won the 50 free in 25.71 and had a leg on the winning 200 free relay with Abat Zeynep, Kathryn Lutz and Sarah Petro. In the 500 free, Petro placed second.

Jacobs/Hampshire won the 200 medley and 400 free relays.

Grenafiesta: Niles North took top honors, edging Illinois Math and Science Academy in an eight-team field at the Grenafiesta Invitational hosted by Elk Grove.

Niles North finished with 470 points, and IMSA had 459.

Elk Grove was next in third place with 324.

Grens senior Simona Kurta won the 100-yard butterfly in 1:01.28, placed third in the 100 back and had the anchor leg on Elk Grove's runner-up 400 free relay with Alyssa Rosenorn, Erin Falejczyk and Sara Lasovska (4:01.12).

Falejczyk contributed top-three individual efforts in the 50 free (27.40) and the 100 free (58.5).

Hoffman Estates placed fourth in the team race with 308 points.

Freshman Sarah Miles was a winner in the 100 back (1:02.25) and had legs on all three Hawks relays, which each placed third. The medley and 200 free relays included Miles, Casey Rawlings, Megan Bonney and Jessican Sullivan. The 400 free relay was Nicole Kasman plus Sullivan, Miles and Bonney.

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