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Swim team makes mark at Beavercreek Invt’l

The first big invitational swim meet of 2009 saw a number of Oakwood Lumberjacks swimmers post impressive results at the Beavercreek Invitational. First place finishers included Daniel Schmitz in the 200 IM and 100 Backstroke, Brent Turner in the 100 Freestyle, and David Ireland in the 100 Breaststroke.

Other OHS swimmers finishing in the top three in individual events included Haley Pohlman (2nd in 100 Breaststroke and 3rd in 200 Freestyle), Sean Mooney (2nd in 100 Backstroke), Andy Lamb (2nd in 200 Freestyle and 2nd in 100 Butterfly), Sarah Wilhoit (2nd in 500 Freestyle), Alexandra Harmony (3rd in 500 Freestyle), Jack Chambers (3rd in 500 Freestyle), Jacob Langhorne (3rd in 200 IM), and Natasha Wahl (3rd in 50 Freestyle and 3rd in 100 Freestyle).

Other OHS swimmers posting personal best times were AJ Montesano (200 Freestyle), Emily Edwards (200 IM), Elizabeth Connelly (50 Freestyle and 100 Freestyle), Alexander Jaehnke (50 Freestyle), Ellen Viereckl (100 Freestyle), Amy Beck (100 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke), Marcus Viereckl (100 Freestyle), Fabian Welle (100 Freestyle), Michael Chapman (500 Freestyle), Erin Johnson (100 Breaststroke), Adam Smith (100 Breaststroke) and Jeff Key (100 Breaststroke).

The OHS diving team also did well. The women’s team saw Caroline Hartel finishing 5th, Abby Sharrer finishing 7th , and Grace Hahn 8th. For the men’s team, Michael Walker finished 4th, Nick Ricci finished 5th and Zachary Hood 6th.

The team closes out its regular season first participating in the Southwest Ohio classis which is the country’s largest high school swim meet, then the Bellbrook Invitational, and finally the SWBL Championships where they are defending champions.


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January 27, 2009
Volume 18, No. 4

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