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Girls Swimming and Diving: Rausch wins 2 in Flyer loss

The Little Falls Flyers traveled to Albany Thursday, Sept. 29.

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ALBANY — Ella Rausch won the 100 and 200-yard freestyles for the Little Falls Flyers as they lost a Granite Ridge Conference meet 56-44 to the Albany Huskies Thursday, Sept. 29.

Sarah Wolbeck won the 100 breaststroke and the Flyers won the 200 and 400 freestyle relays.

Albany 56, Little Falls 44

200 medley relay: 1-Albany 2:01.66, 3-Little Falls (Claire Anderson, Sarah Wolbeck, Elizabeth Rudolph, Abi Nagorski) 2:17.88; 4-Little Falls (Alicia Holtz, Sabina Moe, Ellie Larsen, Maya St. George) 21:31.12

200 freestyle: 1-Ella Rausch 2:07.75, 4-Molly Petrowitz 2:30.46

200 individual medley: 1-Katie Spanier (A) 2:24.45, 3-Jayda Alholm 2:38.22, 4-Sarah Wolbeck 2:45.97

50 freestyle: 1-Trista Hoffrath (A) 27.19, 2-Berit Gustafson 27.62, 3-Kendra Couture 28.88

Diving: 1-Brooke Hoffarth (A) 199.05, 3-Kylie Tervo 134.55

100 butterfly: 1-Sarah Eiynck (A) 1:13.56, 2-Kendra Couture 1:16.0, 4-Elizabeth Rudolph 1:19.5

100 freestyle: 1-Ella Rausch 58.47, 3-Ellie Larsen 1:14.56

500 freestyle: 1-Emily Mclachlan (A) 5:51.81, 2-Jayda Alholm 6:17.30, 4-Molly Petrowitz 6:49.09

200 freestyle relay: 1-Little Falls (Ella Rausch, Kendra Couture, Berit Gustafson, Jayda Alholm) 1:50.89; 4-Little Falls (Claire Anderson, Stella Moe, Sabina Moe, Molly Petrowitz) 2:00.94

100 backstroke: 1-Katie Spanier (A) 1:05.02, 2-Emma Caitlin 1:29.25, 4-Abby Horton 1:44.72

100 breaststroke: 1-Sarah Wolbeck 1:23.69, 2-Sabina Moe 1:24.17

400 freestyle relay: 1- Little Falls (Ellie Larsen, Abi Nagorski, Dalen Nora, Stella Moe) 4:07.54; 3-Little Falls (Emma Caitlin, Alicia Holtz, Abby Horton, Walker Johnson) 4:32.12

Next: Little Falls vs. St. Cloud Cathedral at St. John’s University 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6.

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