THORNTON — The Niwot Cougars and Rampart Rams were in a bound chase for the Class 4A accompaniment appellation at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center Friday night.
Niwot took the aboriginal lead, but a brace of first-place finishes in diving and the 100 breaststroke that Niwot did not chase in fabricated the aberration for the Rams to booty home the aggregation title. A adventurous accomplishment beyond the lath in the blow of the contest put Niwot in additional abode and gave them some accouterments to booty home from the meet.
“This accomplished season, we’ve been absolutely strong,” Niwot’s Abigail Shaw said. “We won our all-city accommodated and our appointment meet, so advancing into accompaniment I anticipate we came in with a ton of confidence. We capital to abode high.”
From left, Niwot’s Abbie Shaw, Emiley Yie and Hanna Luo acclamation during the 200 bathe broadcast on Friday night at the Class 4A accompaniment bathe and dive championships. (Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer)
Shaw got things activity aboriginal for Niwot by allowance the 200 assortment broadcast aggregation accomplishment fourth in the aboriginal accident of the night. Right afterwards her run in the relay, she angry about to chase the 200 bathe and accomplished additional with a time of 1:54.68, artful her second-place run in the accident during the prelims on Thursday.
“I’m activity absolutely good,” Shaw said afterwards the 200 freestyle. “I’ve been training actual hard, so it’s agitative to see it all pay off.”
Then came the achievement of the night from Mary Codevilla in her aboriginal accompaniment meet. The freshman, who additionally swam on the 200 assortment broadcast team, took an aboriginal advance over Katey Lewicki of Monarch in the 200 IM. As the gap started to close, it took a able accomplishment in the final amplitude for Codevilla to cull abroad aloof abundant to win the accident in 2:03.99. It was the abandoned first-place accomplishment by an alone for the Cougars in the meet.
“It feels absolutely good, but I couldn’t accept done it afterwards (my teammates),” Codevilla said. “Everyone on the aggregation is actual supportive. It’s actual fun to be a allotment of the team.”
The start, Codevilla said, fabricated the aberration for her to booty aboriginal abode in the final.
“I knew I would lose some arena in the backstroke,” Codevilla said. “I don’t bethink (the end), it was aloof a becloud affectionate of… It was mind-blowing.”
Niwot’s Mary Codevilla won the Class 4A accompaniment 200 alone assortment championship on Friday night, allowance the Cougars to a additional abode all-embracing aggregation accomplishment at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. Visit BoCoPreps.com for added photos. (Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer)
Codevilla would additionally get off to a fast alpha in the 500 bathe and led for the aboriginal bisected of the race. Erin Lang of Loveland, the fastest swimmer in the prelims Thursday, would eventually cull abroad in the additional bisected to put Codevilla in additional place.
The Cougars would abode 10 times in the accommodated to accomplishment with 303.5 points, captivation off a backward run from Cheyenne Mountain to booty additional abode and the trophy.
“Niwot has such a acceptable aggregation atmosphere and we all appetite the best for anniversary other,” Codevilla said.
Lewicki wins 100 backstroke
Lewicki came into Friday with the second-fastest time in the 200 IM and gave Codevilla a run for the appellation by authoritative up arena in the backstroke leg of the race. In the end, her run was not abundant to beat the Niwot swimmer as she accomplished in third place.
The run in the backstroke, however, provided a examination of the run she would accomplish in the 100 backstroke final afterwards in the meet.
Lewicki got to bathe in the coveted Lane 5 afterwards announcement the fastest time in the prelims on Thursday. An aboriginal advance was never in crisis as she won the chase with a time of 54.36 for the Monarch Coyotes.
Winning the accompaniment appellation in the backstroke shows the assignment Lewicki has put in that achievement pay off in a big way.
“It’s been a growing process,” Lewicki said. “If you analyze my apprentice year to now, I’ve appear so far. It’s agitative to see the adamantine assignment pay off.”
Mairead Powers of Broomfield placed seventh in the 500 freestyle, allotment of an Eagles accidental in the chase that included Kaylee Austin in ninth and Rebecca Thompson in 12th. (Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer)
The bigger acclimation Lewicki fabricated in the backstroke was how she would appear off the blocks and turns underwater for a best aeon of time afore advancing up to the surface. In the final race, she swam the longest lengths underwater out of the 10 finalists afore advancing up.
“My drillmaster consistently tells me that underwater is area I’m fastest in the race,” Lewicki said. “I was aggravating to absolutely advance that.”
In accession to the two alone performances, Lewicki competed on broadcast teams that accomplished the badge podium. Her efforts led Monarch to eighth abode in the aggregation standings.
“We had 12 girls appear to accompaniment and never absolutely had that abounding accomplish it before,” Lewicki said. “It was cool agitative to see anybody actuality absent to do well. It was a fun process.”
Silver Creek’s Emma Hermeston prepares for the 100 butterfly at Friday’s Class 4A accompaniment bathe and dive championships in Thornton. The Raptors placed fifth as a team, with Hermeston agreement fourth in the fly. (Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer)
Other top bounded performers
The Silver Creek Raptors denticulate in seven of the 12 contest and formed their way to a fifth-place in the aggregation standings.
Emma Hermeston and Maddie Black anniversary placed assorted times in alone and broadcast contest to advance the Raptors to a able accomplishment to the season, one that has been arduous for the academy afterwards a full-time ability to convenance at.
“It was a abundant division for the girls with all the obstacles they had to go through during the season,” Silver Creek drillmaster Debbie Stewart said. “The girls rose to the claiming to end their division in fifth abode at state. I couldn’t accept asked for a bigger catastrophe to a crazy season.”
Flirting with a top-10 accomplishment was the Broomfield Eagles. Mairead Powers and Kaylee Austin anniversary placed in the 500 bathe and swam on some broadcast teams to advice the Eagles appear in 12th abode with 128.50 points. Powers additionally placed in the top eight in the 200 IM.
Plenty of adolescent athletes stepped up for the Eagles this season, but it was the veterans who were the ones activity the best from the achievement by the aggregation in the accompaniment meet.
“My aggregation has done amazing and I’m so beholden for the abutment we accept for anniversary other,” Jillian Martin said. “It’s absolutely bittersweet. I’m aflame to move on, but this aggregation and my teammates accept been amazing.”
Longmont saw brilliant swimmer Lucille Matheson attempt in the 200 and 500 bathe to advice the Trojans account 38 credibility in the meet. Afterwards acceptable an alone accompaniment appellation in Class 3A aftermost season, Matheson was able to defended top-five spots in both contest in Class 4A this year.
“I anticipate this division has been acknowledged accustomed the actuality we confused up this year,” Matheson said. “It was agitative to be able to chase these girls… I was appealing blessed with it.”
Centaurus accomplished with 28 credibility that came in a scattering of contest as well.
Brandon Boles: [email protected] or twitter.com/BrandonBoles
Class 4A accompaniment pond championships
At Veteran’s Memorial Aquatic Center
Team array — Rampart 366, Niwot 303.50, Cheyenne Mountain 299, Mullen 258, Silver Creek 226, Highlands Ranch 210, Dakota Ridge 207, Monarch 191, Loveland 175, Grand Junction 147, Arvada West 143, Broomfield 128.50, Golden 111, George Washington 100, Greeley West 91, Windsor 87, Coronado 85, Wheat Ridge 81, Pine Creek 49, Thompson Valley 40, Longmont 38, Denver South 29, Centaurus 28, Fruita Monument 23, Standley Lake 22, Ponderosa 18, Liberty 18, Air Academy 11, Pueblo West 6, Mesa Ridge-Widefield 2, Pueblo Centennial 2.
200 assortment broadcast — 1. Rampart (Timson, Chen, Brovold, Immel), 1:42.49; 2. Mullen (Clode, Chahbandour, Sowitch, Zinis), 1:46.48; 3. Loveland (Lang, Peet, Reichhardt, Morrison), 1:47.82; 4. Niwot (Shaw, Codevilla, Fulkerson, Vu), 1:48.45; 5. Cheyenne Mountain (Lehman, Krasovec, Lightfood, Bricker), 1:48.65; 6. Silver Creek (Hermeston, Pearson, Dirks, Black), 1:489.88; 7. Dakota Ridge (Huebsch, Hobbs, Cowan, Johnson), 1:49.94; 8. Monarch (Lewicki, Zhang, Webster, Mitchell), 1:50.05; 14. Centaurus (Brooker, Jenkins, Franco, Boyer), 1:56.63; 16. Broomfield (Thompson, Lingbeck, Austin, Martinez), 1:57.75.
200 bathe — 1. Erin Lang (Loveland), 1:52.15; 1. Abigail Shaw (Niwot), 1:54.68; 3. Laelle Brovold (Rampart), 1:55.75; 4. Lucille Matheson (Longmont), 1:55.79; 5. Frances Hayward (Cheyenne Mountain), 1:56.00; 6. Josie Carpenter (Greeley West), 1:56.30; 7. Celia Webster (Monarch), 1:56.69; 8. Grace Shaw (Niwot), 1:58.78; 9. Emiley Yie (Niwot), 1:58.78; 13. Kaylee Austin (Broomfield), 1:58.98; 15. Elena Moore (Silver Creek), 1:59.34
200 IM — 1. Mary Codevilla (Niwot), 2:03.99; 2. Harper Lehman (Cheyenne Mountain), 2:04.99; 3. Katey Lewicki (Monarch), 2:05.11; 4. Anelise Hedges (Arvada West), 2:07.51; 5. Sophia Bricker (Cheyenne Mountain), 2:09.99; 6. Lindsey Sowitch (Mullen), 2:10.04; T-7. Mairead Powers (Broomfield), 2:11.20; T-7. Hanna Luo (Niwot), 2:11.20; 12. Kylie Dirks (Silver Creek), 2:12.93; 19. Sofia Gasper (Niwot), 2:17.57.
50 bathe — 1. Sofia Zinis (Mullen), 23.43; 2. Lindsey Immel (Rampart), 23.75; 3. Aimee Burton (Highlands Ranch), 23.91; Madison Black (Silver Creek), 24.05; 5. Claire Timson (Rampart), 24.42; 6. Claire Chahbandour (Mullen), 24.48; 7. Lauren White (Golden), 24.62; 8. Nina English (Grand Juction), 24.67; 18. Megan Mitchell (Monarch), 25.72.
Diving — 1. Maggie Buckley (Rampart), 498.65; 2. Lindsey Hammer (Denver South), 475.50; 3. Geneva Pauly (Arvada West), 460.90; 4. Kyriana Chambo (Highlands Ranch), 446.30; 5. Makenna Sanger (Windsor), 428.30; 6. Gabrielle Peltier (Rampart), 427.05; 7. Julianna Zinis (Mullen), 426.20; 8. Lauren Gryboski (Coronado), 425.45; 9. Angeline Settle (Monarch), 412.85; 13. Micaela Kimmett (Silver Creek), 392.00; 15. Alexandrea Smith (Silver Creek), 384.70; 20. Kathey Weygandt (Silver Creek), 347.90.
100 butterfly — 1. Aimee Burton (Highlands Ranch), 56.87; 2. Mia Shaeffer (Coronado), 57.32; 3. Sarah Cook (Grand Junction), 57.48; 4. Emma Hermeston (Silver Creek), 57.68; 5. Celia Webster (Monarch), 57.69; T-6. Kylie Dirks (Silver Creek), 58.07; T-6. Harper Lehman(Cheyenne Mountain), 58.07; 8. Lindsey Sowitch (Mullen), 58.71; 9. Hanna Luo (Niwot), 59.44; 20. Megan Franco (Centaururs), 1:03.54
100 bathe — 1. Lindsey Immel (Rampart), 52.16; 2. Edenna Chen (Rampart), 52.69; 3. Nina English (Grand Junction), 53.19; 4. Lauren White (Golden), 53.46; 5. Frances Hayward (Cheyenne Mountain), 53.51; 6. Sofia Zinis (Mullen), 53.62; 7. Madison Black (Silver Creek), 54.19; 8. Emiley Yie (Niwot), 54.44; 16. Jillian Martin (Broomfield), 55.65; Lara Franco (Centaurus), 56.71.
500 bathe — 1. Erina Lang (Loveland), 4:58.35; 2. Mary Codevilla (Niwot), 5:01.19; 3. Josie Carpenter (Greeley West), 5:04.91; 4. Lucille Matheson (Longmont), 5:05.18; 5. Melinda Johnson (Dakota Ridge), 5:11.12; 6. Laelle Brovold (Rampart), 5:11.58; 7. Mairead Powers (Broomfield), 5:12.49; 8. Grace Shaw (Niwot), 5:16.60; 9. Kaylee Austin (Broomfield), 5:19.75; Rebecca Thompson (Broomfield), 5:18.89; 18. Elena Moore (Silver Creek), 5:27.74.
200 chargeless broadcast — 1. Mullen (Zinis, Chahbandour, Sowitch, Zinis) 1:37.41; 2. Niwot (Luo, Yie, Shaw, Vu), 1:40.38; 3. Cheyenne Mountain (Hayward, Berry, Fisher, Bricker) 1:40.90; 4. Silver Creek (Dirks, Burns, Moore, Black) 1:41.45; 5. Grand Junction (Cook, Dalton,Kidd, English) 1:41.65; 6. George Washington (Kahn, Smith, Benko, Neid) 1:42.46; 7. Monarch (Mitchell, Cross, Jewett, Webster) 1:42.47; 8. Rampart (Miller, Fillere, Smith, Brovold) 1:42.49; 13. Broomfield (Martinez, Gailus, Martin, Powers), 1:43.11; 18. Centaurus (Boyer, Lin, Keenan, Maddocks) 1:45.92.
100 backstroke — 1. Katey Lewicki (Monarch) 54.36; 2. Claire Timson (Rampart) 55.37; 3. Abigail Shaw (Niwot), 55.67; 4. Emma Hermeston (Silver Creek) 58.20; 5. Anna Vermeluen (Golden) 59.00; 6. Kennedy Terry (Pine Creek) 59.09; 7. Sophia Hemingway (Dakota Ridge) 59.34; 8. Elsa Huebsch (Dakota Ridge) 598.43; 17. Claire Jepson (Niwot) 1:02.37.
100 breaststroke — 1. Edenna Chen (Rampart) 1:01.40; 2. Ashley Peet (Loveland) 1:04.71; 3. Sophia Bricker (Cheyenne Mountain) 1:04.94; 4. Sarah Cook (Grand Junction) 1:05.16; 5. Claire Chahbandour (Mullen) 1:05.15; 6. Anelise Hedges (Arvada West) 1:05.18; 7. Kira Hobbs (Dakota Ridge) 1:05.41; 8. Emma Krasovec (Cheyenne Mountain) 1:05.42.
400 chargeless broadcast — 1. Rampart (Immel, Timson, Miller, Chen) 3:29.61; 2. Niwot (Luo, Yie, Shaw, Codevilla) 3:31.81; 3. Highlands Ranch (Burton, Roney, LaRiviere, Nollsch) 3:37.34; 4. Cheyenne Mountain (Hayward, Roalstad, Fisher, Lehman) 3:37.47; 5. Dakota Ridge (Huebsch, Hemingway, Hobbs, Johnson) 3:38.24; 6. Broomfield (Thompson, Austin, Martin, Powers) 3:42.28; 7. Golden (Deitmeyer, Lin, Vermulen, White) 3:44.00; 8. Arvada West (McShane, Pauly, Tuitele, Hedges) 3:44.42; 9. Silver Creek (Moore, Bush, Burns, Hermeston) 3:45.51; 10. Monarch (Cross, Lewicki, Norgard, DiFronzo) 3:45.80; .
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