Eden swims to 7 – 1 mark in 2013
Friday November 1, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
The Eden girls swimming and diving team finished the regular season in second in Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division IV, with a 7 – 1 mark. This weekend, that success continued; the team took second among 12 other small schools, with 359 points, at the ECIC Championships.
Sabrina Kraska placed third in the 200-freestyle and fourth in the 500-free and led the 400-free relay to second place and 200-free relay to fourth. Eden’s 200-medley relay of Gretchen Stockschlaeder, Katie Schnaufer, Marissa Kordal and Anna Winter placed fourth. Also on the 200-free relay were Mackenzie Biastre, Allie Winiecki and Anna Winter. Joining the 400-free relay were Biastre, Winiecki and Kordal.
Other highlights for Eden at the ECIC meet were Winiecki’s placing fourth in the 100-free and fifth in the 50-free; Stockschlaeder took seventh in the 200-free and eighth in the 500-free; Winter took seventh in the butterfly and 13th in the 50-free; Biastre placed sixth in the 100-free and 10th in the 50-free.
Nicole Mroz placed eighth and Jenna Maul, 13th, in the 200-IM, and in the 100-butterfly, Kordal took fifth and Winter, seventh, and Lauren Gugino, 11th. In the 100 backstroke, Maul placed eighth and Gugino, 11th, and in the breaststroke, Mroz placed fourth, Schnaufer, fifth, and Amanda Krouse,13th.
During the season, Eden defeated Hamburg for the first time in four years, by 94 – 89. The Raiders lost to only East Aurora 76.5 – 109.5. On Oct. 19, the junior varsity squad traveled to Maryvale, to compete in the BCIC Championships, where Hannah Osinski was recognized by her team as the Gary Grant Award recipient.
Competing at the Section VI Championships on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 7 — 8 at ECC’s Flickinger Center will be Hannah May, Bailey Marshall, Kassaundra Funch, Schnaufer, Winter, Kordal, Winiecki, Stockschlaeder, Gugino, Kraska, Biastre and Mroz.
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