Swartz-led Rams capture crown

MARION — Kami Swartz swam a leg on a winning relay and figured in three runner-up finishes Saturday to lead Upper Sandusky’s girls to the team title at the third annual Division II Public Schools Invitational.

Swartz helped the 200 medley relay team win in 2:04.01, added seconds in the 200 free (2:15.71) and 100 back (1:10.45) and anchored the 200 free relay team to second (1:53.1).

That all helped Upper Sandusky hold off Columbus Bexley 365-355 for the championship in the 11-team meet at the Marion YMCA.

Lucy Smith, Abbey Wenger and Katie Conley rounded out Upper Sandusky’s 200 medley relay team, Katie Conley, Cali Andres and Wenger filling out the 200 free relay team.

Wenger added a second in the 100 breast (1:17.71) and a third in the 50 free (27.37).

Other thirds for the Rams came from Conley in the 100 free (1:00.34) and the 400 free relay team of Smith, Adrienne Weininger, Laura Stauffer and Andres (4:38.03).

Conley added a fourth in the 50 free (27.46) and Andres did the same in the 500 free (6:47.41).

Records fall for runner-up Rams

MARION — Jacob Glass and Andy Baker each set a school record Saturday as Upper Sandusky finished second at the third annual Division II Public Schools Invitational.

Glass set his school mark by winning the 100 fly in 57.19 seconds, and Baker took second in the 100 back in a school-record time of 1:01.28.

Galion won the 10-team meet by a 483-372 margin over the Rams.

Konner Holloway added a second in the 100 free in a personal-best time of 58.37 seconds, and anchored the runner-up 200 medley relay team (1:51.25).  Baker, Quin Voorhees and Glass also swam on the relay.

Holloway also took third in the 50 free (24.37), with fourths coming from Baker in the 200 IM (2:23.36) and Seth Rothlisberger in the 500 free (5:58.19).

Calvert’s Harris betters her own school record

OAK HARBOR — Taylor Harris improved on her own school record in one race and figured in two other season-best times for Calvert at Saturday’s seventh annual Subway Invitational.

Harrison lowered Calvert’s record in the 100 fly by finishing fourth in 1:01.73.

The season-best times came from Harris taking  second in the 100 breast in 1:09.65 and helping the 400 free relay team end ninth in 4:26.19.

Meghan Miller, Erin Wagner and Alana Kennedy rounded out the relay team.

In the boys meet, Christian Staib finished fifth in the 100 breast in a personal-best time of 1:09.13.

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