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Girls Swimming and Diving: Rausch paces Flyers to 5th

The Little Falls Flyers competed in the Granite Ridge Conference Championship.

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BECKER — Ella Rausch tied for first in the 100-yard freestyle and finished in second in the 200 freestyle as the Little Falls Flyers placed fifth at the Granite Ridge Conference Championships Saturday, Oct. 29.

Grace Grimsley place third in diving with a score of 313.55 for the Flyers who will next compete in the Section 6-1A Prelims at Alexandria Thursday, Nov. 10

Team score: 1-Milaca 530, 2-Foley 465, 3-St. Cloud Cathedral 412.5, 4-Albany 392, 5-Little Falls 295.5, 6-Ogilvie-Mora 157

200 medley relay: 1-Cathedral 1:56.16, 9-Little Falls (Claire Anderson, Sabina Moe, Molly Petrowitz, Stella Moe) 2:12.56; 11-Little Falls (Alicia Holtz, Sarah Wolbeck, Ellie Larsen, Abi Nagorski) 2:21.51

200 freestyle: 1-Ellie Kilgard (Foley) 1:57.94, 2-Ella Rausch (LF) 2:05.40, 19-Grace Kuldt (LF) 2:30.91, 20-Maya St. George 2:31.24

200 individual medley: 1-Izzy Westling (Cathedral) 2:19.4, 7-Jayda Alholm (LF) 2:31.54, 12-Sarah Wolbeck (LF) 2:43.48, 13-Claire Anderson (LF) 2:44.49

50 freestyle: 1-Olivia Scheeler (Cathedral) 26.22, 7-Berit Gustafson (LF) 27.28, 10-Sabina Moe (LF) 28.25, 12-Kendra Couture (LF) 28.83

Diving: 1-Brooke Hoffarth (Albany) 329.00, 3-Grace Grimsley (LF) 313.55, 10-Kylie Trevo (LF) 246.85, 11-Berit Gustafson (LF) 222.10

100 butterfly: 1-Giorgia Sacchi (Milaca) 1:04.62, 7-Kendra Couture 1:13.36, 14-Molly Petrowitz (LF) 1:20.96,

100 freestyle: T1-Ella Rausch (LF) 57.46, T1-Olivia Scheeler (Cathedral) 57.46, 15-Abi Nagorski (LF) 1:06.00, 19-Stella Moe 1:06.94

500 freestyle: 1-Ella Kilgard (Foley) 5:21.34, 6-Jayda Alholm 6:04.83, 13-Grace Kludt 6:34.27, 14-Nora Dalen (LF) 6:41.8

200 freestyle relay: 1-Milaca 1:45.50, 4-Little Falls (Ella Rausch,Kendra Couture, Berit Gustafson, Jayda Alholm) 1:50.71; 8-Little Falls (Sabina Moe, Claire Anderson, Stella Moe, Abi Nagorski) 1:57.24

100 backstroke: 1-Liz Thorsten (Foley) 1:04.78, 12-Claire Anderson 1:15.23, 16-Alicia Holtz (LF) 1:19.15

100 breaststroke: 1-Hilary Leom (Milaca) 1:12.44, 7-Sabina Moe 1:19.07, 11-Sarah Wolbeck 1:24.77, 14-Abi Nagorski 1:27.60

400 freestyle relay: 1-Cathedral 3:50.89, 5-Little Falls (Ella Rausch, Kendra Couture, Berit Gustafson, Jayda Alholm) 4:03.28; 11-Little Falls (Grace Kludt, Nora Dalen, Maya St. George, Sarah Wolbeck) 4:37.28

Next: Little Falls in Section 6-1A Prelims at Alexandria Thursday, Nov. 10.

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