Girls Swimming and Diving: Flyers keep it close with Foley

Little Falls hosted the Foley Falcons Thursday, Sept. 22.

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LITTLE FALLS โ€” Jayda Alholm, Berit Gustafson and Claire Anderson were individual winners and the 200- and 400-yard freestyle relays were victorious for the Little Falls Flyers in a 103-81 Granite Ridge Conference loss to the Foley Falcons Saturday, Sept. 22.

Alholm won the 200 individual medley. Gustafson captured the 50 freestyle and Anderson \the 100 backstroke.

Foley 103, Little Falls 81

200 medley relay: 1-Foley 2:04.03, 3-Little Falls (Claire Anderson, Sarah Wolbeck, Elizabeth Rudolph, Stella Moe) 2:15.94; 5-Little Falls (Emam Catlin, Sabina Moe, Molly Petrowitz, Maya St. George) 2:28.07

200 freestyle: 1-Ellie Kilgard (F) 1:57.53, 2-Ella Rausch (LF) 2:08.98, 5-Grace Kludt (LF) 2:30.28, 6-Emma Catlin 2:30.40

200 individual medley: 1-Jayda Alholm (LF) 2:32.78, 3-Sarah Wolbeck 2:44.85

50 freestyle: 1-Berit Gustafson (LF) 27.08, 4-Kendra Couture (LF) 28.64, 6-Sabina Moe 30.40

Diving: 1-Lauren Barthelemy (F) 200.35, 2-Grace Grimsley (LF) 181.75, 4-Kylie Tervo (LF) 149.7, 5-Berit Gustafson 143.9

100 butterfly: 1-Liz Thorsten (F) 1:07.77, 3-Couture 1:14.01, 4-Rudolph :18.31, 6-Sabina Moe 1:28.27

100 freestyle: 1-Ellie Kilgard (F) 54.15, 2-Rausch 58.24, 5-Abi Nagorski 1:07.82, 6-Stella Moe 1:11.22

500 freestyle: 1-Kelsie Kilgard (F) 6:01.74, 2-Alholm 6:05.94, 6-Kludt 6:53.88, 6-Molly Petrowitz (LF) 6:56.59

200 freestyle relay: 1-Little Falls (Ella Rausch, 2-Kendra Couture, Berit Gustafson, Jayda Alholm) 1:49.6; 4-Little Falls (Rudolph, Claire Anderson, Stella Moe, Sabina Moe) 2:01.91

100 backstroke: 1- Claire Anderson (LF) 1:14.62, 3-Alicia Holtz 1:24.27, 5-Emma Catlin 1:29.18

100 breaststroke: 1-Liz Thorsten (F) 1:15.90, 2-Sarah Wolbeck 1:21.46, 5-Abi Nagorski 1:30.03, 6-Walker Johnson 1:36.26

400 freestyle relay: 1-Little Falls (Ella Rausch, Berit Gustafson, Kendra Couture, Jayda Alholm) 3:59.56; 2-Little Falls (Elizabeth Rudolph, Molly Petrowitz, Abi Nagorski, Sarah Wolbeck) 4:29.05

Next: Little Falls at Albany 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29.

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