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Girls Swimming and Diving: Warriors swim and dive faster than Otters

The Brainerd Warriors traveled to Fergus Falls for a CLC dual.

Avery Duerr
Avery Duerr
Kelly Humphrey
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FERGUS FALLS — Avery Duerr won the 200- and 100-yard freestyles as the Brainerd Warriors mixed up their lineup and still topped the Fergus Falls Otters 104-78 Tuesday, Oct. 18.

Duerr swam a first-place 2:07.98 in the 200 and went 57.5 to win the 100.

Aralyn Marcello won the 50 free. Kaia Iske swam a first-place 1:04.02 in the butterfly and Brynn Haapajoki won the breaststroke in 1:16.77.

Brainerd’s diving secured another first, second and third-place finish. Olson posted a 232.3 for first. Deason collected 216.5 points for second and Helsene was awarded 210.2 points for third.

Brainerd swept the relays with Gabby Chalupsky, Haapajoki, Mya Tautges and Isabelle Ploof winning the medley relay. The foursome of Scarlett Anderson, Duerr, Iske and Tautges won the 400 free relay and Chalupsky, Duerr, Scarlett Anderson and Ploof won the 200 free relay.

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Brainerd 104, Fergus Falls 78

200 medley relay: 1-Brainerd (Gabby Chalupsky, Brynn Haapajoki, Mya Tautges, Isabelle Ploof) 2:00.63; 3-Brainerd (Vanessa Anderson, Libby Lake, Kaia Iske, Lexi Lugo) 2:05.57, 5-Brainerd (Greta Geary, Gabriella Bratney, Haddy Aker, Maggie Neptune) 2:15.86

200 freestyle: 1-Avery Duerr (Brd) 2:07.98, 3-Autumn Larson (Brd) 2:11.47, 4-Sophie Mattson (Brd) 2:13.19

200 individual medley: 1-Estee VerSeeg (FF) 2:23.84, 2-Mya Tautges 2:27.99, 3-Chalupsky 2:29.58, 4-Ploof 2:32.72

50 freestyle: 1-Aralyn Marcello (Brd) 26.92, 2-Lugo 27.02, 5-Ostrowski 28.71

Diving: 1-Izzy Olson (Brd) 232.3, 2-Brenna Deason (Brd) 216.5, 3-Evi Helsene 210.2

100 butterfly: 1-Iske 1:04.02, 2-Chalupsky 1:05.93, 3-Ploof 1:12.51

100 freestyle: 1-Duerr 57.5, 3-Scarlett Anderson 58.13, 4-Ostrowski 1:02.64

500 freestyle: 1- VerSeeg 5:43.99, 2-Marcello 5:46.3, 3-Tautges 5:48.56, 4-Iske 6:13.91

200 freestyle relay: 1-Brainerd (Chalupsky, Duerr, Scarlett Anderson, Ploof) 1:46.56; 3-Brainerd (Lugo, Neptune, Mattson, Ostrowski) 1:53.05

100 backstroke: 1-Aisling Cox (FF) 1:08.5, 2-Vanessa Anderson 1:11.52, 3-Geary 1:11.64, 5-Larson 1:13.36

100 breaststroke: 1-Haapajoki 1:16.77, 4-Lake 1:26.72, 5-Bratney 1:28.91

400 freestyle relay: 1-Brainerd (Scarlett Anderson, Duerr, Iske, Tautges) 4:00.41; 2-Brainerd (Larson, Ostrowski, Marcello, Mattson) 4:09.77, 4-Brainerd (Vanessa Anderson, Geary, Rylie Goble, Lugo) 4:19.6

Conference: Brd 7-1. Overall: Brd 9-1. Next: Brainerd in Central Lakes Conference Championship at Willmar 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 29.

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