Three boy’s records and a girl’s record were broken as Adam Wiedemeier and and Lillian Tichenor won swimmer of the meet honors.
Six Division 2 records were set between the boy’s and girl’s sides, with Auburn commit Avery Henke setting two individual records on the day.
The meet also featured a pair of siblings winning medals, including Josh and Claire Roper, both of whom won two events at the meet.
Benoit became the first girl in Division 3 history to finish under 1:50 in the 200 free. She’s now less than a second off of the overall state record.
Enz, a Wisconsin recruit, clocked a new personal best of 1:47.64, not only winning the event, but breaking her own WIAA DII Record in the process.
The WIAA held their girls swimming & diving Division I and II state meets at Waukesha South Natatorium earlier this month
On this Tuesday morning workout, head coach Chris Plumb had his top group split into stroke groups of fly, back, and breast.
Come for Kaii Winkler’s effortless freestyle stroke, stay for his splashy celebration after breaking the 15-16 NAG record in the 100-yard freestyle.