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NAPPANEE – The Plymouth swim team traveled to Northwood on Tuesday and depth was the key for the winning teams, as Plymouth girls won 128-52, and Northwood boys won the meet 136-33.
Sophie Wray and Joe Cartwright took home the swimmer of the meet honors. Wray dropped :11 seconds in her 100 breaststroke, and :10 seconds in her 200 IM. Cartwright took 1st place in the breaststroke in a commanding way just .02 off his lifetime best time.
Plymouth’s next competition will be on Saturday at the Wawasee Invitational. Diving begins at 9 a.m. and swimming at 11:30 a.m.
The live stream can be found here at
Highlights by events:
Girls 200 Medley Relay:
Morgan Langfeldt, Rachel Jacobs, Marley Houin, Summer South, 2:17.71- 1st place.
Boys Medley:
Ashton Artrip, Joe Cartwright, Fitz Holm, David Schadek, 2:10.06 – 2nd place
200 Free:
Raven Gritton, 2:23.98- 1st place
Rachel Jacobs, 2:34.71- 2nd place *Best Time
Kelsey Vanlue, 2:35.94- 3rd place *Best Time
200 Free Boys:
Fitz Holm, 2:05.59- 1st place
200 IM:
Marley Houin, 2:38.27- 1st place *Best Time
50 Free:
Summer South, 28.35 – 1st place
Kieran Gritton, 30.25 – 2nd place *Best Time
Charity Harter, 32.49 – 3rd place
Diving – Girls
Maggie Bradway – 155.50, 2nd place
100 Butterfly:
Marley Houin, 1:15.25, 2nd place
100 Free:
Summer South, 1:03.74, 1st place
Aumrie Weiss, 1:08.71, 2nd place
Morgan Langfeldt, 1:13.13, 3rd place
500 Free:
Raven Gritton, 6:26.91, 2nd place
200 Free Relay:
Aumrie Weiss, Raven Gritton, Kieran Gritton, Rachel Jacobs, 2:01.16, 1st place
100 Back:
Grace Martin, 1:30.28, 2nd place
Boys 100 Back:
Fitz Holm, 1:03.05, 1st place
100 Breaststroke:
Morgan Langfeldt, 1:33.10, 2nd place
Boys 100 Breaststroke:
Joe Cartwright, 1:18.21, 1st place
400 Free:
Marley Houin, Raven Gritton, Aumrie Weiss, Summer South, 4:29.08, 1st place *Best Time
Morgan Langfeldt, Charity Harter, Kelsey Vanlue, Kieran Gritton, 5:04.88, 2nd place
Jo Houin, Alivia Kizer, Lena Houin, Mia Lewis, 5:57.56, 3rd place
400 Free:
Fitz Holm, Joe Cartwright, Ashton Artrip, David Schadek, 4:26.68, 3rd place