WARSAW – Much went chalk Tuesday night in the Warsaw Community Pool.
Warsaw ran the gamut against an overmatched Plymouth side in both boys and girls swims, the hosts a 132-53 girls winner and 129-51 boys winner in Northern Lakes Conference swim duals.
The usual suspects were again out front for the Warsaw boys, two wins each coming from Zach LaLonde in the 200 free (1:56.70) and backstroke (1:01.67), Grant Knight in the 100 free (50.44) and breaststroke (58.95) and Alex Cook in the 50 free (23.30) and butterfly (1:00.10). Warsaw’s pool sweeps continued with Nick Bazzoni in the individual medley (2:10.75) and Jackson Moeller in the 500 free (6:19.92). All three Tiger relays were tops with the medley at 1:44.28, the 200 at 1:33.63 and the 400 at 3:38.53.
Plymouth’s lone boys win came in diving, where Justin Moser led the way with a 184.95.
On the girls side, Warsaw was nearly as perfect, taking 10 of the 12 events. Delaney Wihebrink was the only Tiger to have two wins, taking both the 100 free (57.01) and breaststroke (1:11.51). Dineli Presteguin claimed the 200 free (2:19.17), Mariana Malagan the IM (2:36.54), Olivia Herman the 50 free (26.23), Taylor Gunter the butterfly (1:06.20) and Carolina Pazos Fernandez the 500 free (5:58.18). Warsaw won all three of the relays, the medley (2:01.06), the 200 (1:51.35) and the 400 (4:08.51).
Plymouth’s Lyndsey Price won diving with a 165.90 and Graci Holm outdueled Pazos Fernandez in the backstroke to win at 1:07.19.
Warsaw moves to 4-2 in the boys NLC standings and 5-1 in the girls standings. Each team will next take part in Saturday’s Fort Wayne Carroll Invite.