WARSAW – Warsaw’s boys set itself up for a Northern Lakes Conference title while the Lady Tigers also earned a win in lopsided wins over Plymouth Tuesday night.
WARSAW GIRLS 137, PLYMOUTH 46
Warsaw won all the events but the backstroke in an otherwise dominant showing. Gracie Willig had a pair of wins, taking the 200 free (2:12.40) and 500 free (5:57.35), to lead the Tigers. Another Gracie, Gracie Scholl, took the 50 (27.85), and for good measure, Plymouth’s Graci Holm had the 12th win in the backstroke.
Other winners for Warsaw included Mariana Malagon in the IM (2:29.05), Grayson Kilburn in diving (170.80), Taylor Gunter in the fly (1:06.21), Lillian Boston in the 100 free (1:01.39), Melissa Deming in the breaststroke (1:19.49) and all three relays.
WARSAW BOYS 132, PLYMOUTH 51
The Tigers moved to 6-0 in the NLC and set up a showdown with Concord in January for the NLC marbles. The Minutemen beat Northridge by 25 Tuesday to also remain unbeaten in the NLC standings.
Back in Warsaw, the Tigers won 11 of the 12 events against Plymouth, only falling short in diving. Nate Taylor and Grant Knight were double winners for the hosts, Taylor the apex of the IM (2:17.17) and fly (1:00.09) and Knight top of the 100 free (50.22) and breaststroke (1:00.90).
Other winners for Warsaw included Michael Ray in the 200 (1:54.63), Jacob Monesmith in the 50 (23.41), Zach Lalonde in the 500 (5:28.51), Sam Easter in the backstroke (1:08.40) and all three relays.