- Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2008 17:44
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The defending Battlefield champions are back! Both the Foxes girls’ and boys’ swept visiting James Monroe in their first home meet of the year, while making their program debut at the new King George branch Y.M.C.A.
The meet featured the following five double winners from King George: Tyler Grigg; Kathleen Lyon; Curt Albert; Leann Miller; Andrew Snider. King George also swept the relay events.
The final score for the meet was a clear indication of the host Foxes' dominance: Foxes girls’ 195, Yellow Jacket girls’ 91; Foxes boys’ 207, Yellow Jacket girls’ 91.
Trevor Carr was the lone double winner for James Monroe.
The Foxes will host Brentsville Chancellor and Easter View in a triad meet on Friday, at the King George Y.M.C.A.
Meet stats [Top three finishes]:
Boys 200 SC meter relay: KG – Curt Albert, Andrew Snider, Dave Boucher, Joe Gibb, 2:03.71, 1st; KG - Connor Muncie, Bradford Ballenger, Joel Morrissett, David Hunt, 2:16.08, 2nd.
Girls 200 SC meter relay: KG – Leann Miller, Heather Jones, Kathleen Lyon, Rachael Webb, 2:18.04, 1st; JM – Sarah White, Lina Zimmerman, Alison Wood, Kylie Keffer, 2:24.42, 2nd; KG – Katie Taylor, Christina Bentz, Courtney Harnett, Cheese Perry, 2:34.01, 3rd.
Boys 200 SC meter freestyle: KG -- Tyler Grigg, 2.20.48, 1st; KG Dylan Manard, 2:34.54, 2nd; KG Connor Muncie, 2:42.52.
Girls SC meter freestyle: KG – Leann Miller, 2:29.83, 1st; JM –Alexandria Bentz, 2:36.39, 2nd; JM Sarah White, 2:44.11, 3rd.
Boys 200 SC meter IM: KG – Andrew Snider, 2:43.79, 1st; KG - Bradford Ballenger, 2:54.67, 2nd; Joel Morrisesett, 3:08.17, 3rd.
Girls 200 SC meter IM: JM – Lina Zimmerman, 2:49.28, 1st; KG - Rachael Webb, 3:03.33, 2nd; KG – Katie Taylor, 3:09.97, 3rd.
Boys 50 SC meter freestyle: JM – Trevor Carr, 24.78, 1st; KG – Joe Gibbb, 26.55, 2nd; KG – David Boucher, 28.17, 3rd.
Girls 50 SC meter freestyle: JM – Alison Wood, 30.72, 1st; KG – Christiana Bentz, KG, 31.03, 2nd; KG – Cheese Perry, 32.82, 3rd.
Boys 100 SC meter butterfly: KG - Curt Albert, 1:04.97, 1st, KG – Dave Boucher, 1:09.70, 2nd; KG Joel Morrissett, 1:23.64, 3rd.
Girls 100 SC meter butterfly: KG – Kathleen Lyon, 1:08.50, 1st; JM – Alison Wood, 1:24.03; KG – Courtney Hartnett, 1:25.77, 3rd.
Boys 100 SC meter freestyle: JM – Trevor Carr, 53.74, 1st; KG – Joe Gibb, 53.74,
2nd; JM - Kyle Hayes, 59.09, 2nd.
Girls 100 SC meter freestyle: KG – Alexandra Bentz, 1:09.85, 1st; KG – Amanda Ackerman, 1:16.03, 2nd; KG – Elisa Huger, 1:20.60, 3rd.
Boys 400 SC meter freestyle: KG – Tyler Grigg, 4:53.11, 1st; KG – Paul Hutnyan, 5:11.22, 2nd; KG – Jamie Morrow, 6.28.08.
Girls 400 SC meter freestyle: KG – Kathleen Lyon, 4:45.95, 1st; KG – Christiana Bentz, 5:16.97, 2nd; KG – Katie Taylor, 5:46.78, 3rd.
Boys 200 SC meter freestyle relay: KG – Joe Gibb, Andrew Snider, Bradford Ballenger, Paul Hutnyan, 1:54.18, first: JM – Trevor Carr, Sam Glover, Kyle Hayes, Paul Williams, 2:00.14, 2nd; KG – Joel Morrissett, Dylan Manard, Bryan Cameron, David Hunt, 2:08.48, 3rd.
Girls 200 SC meter freestyle relay: KG – Alexandra Bentz, Amanda Ackerman, Rachael Webb, Leann Miller, 2:05.32,1st; KG – Emily Pelto, Courtney Hartnett, India Wright, Heather Jones, 2:17.88, 2nd; JM – Carolyn Thompson, Danielle Schuler, Caroline Morris, Audrey Dyer, 2:25.66.
Boys 100 meter SC backstroke: KG - Curt Albert, 1:06.16, 1st; KG – Dylan Manard, 1:20.27, 2nd; KG – David Hunt, 1:23.44, 3rd.
Girls 100 meter SC backstroke: KG – Leann Miller, 1:18.37, 1st; Rachael Webb, 1:24.46, 2nd; Emily Pelto, 1:25.30, 3rd.
Boys 100 meter SC breaststroke: KG – Andrew Snider, 1:22.61, 1st; KG - Bradford Ballenger, 1:24.60, 2nd; KG – Luke Jones, 1:30.10, 3rd.
Girls 100 meter SC breaststroke: JM – Lina Zimmerman, 1:25.70, 1st, KG – Adrianna Brannon, 1:39.11, 2nd; Heather Jones, 1:39.90, 3rd.
Boys 400 meter SC breaststroke relay: KG – Curt Albert, Dave Boucher, Tyler Grigg, Paul Hutnyan, 4:11.75, 1st; JM – Trevor Carr, Kyle Hayes, Dylan Schuler, Paul Williams, 4:40.79; KG – Dylan Manard, Bryan Cameron, Tyler Collins, Connor Muncie, 4:47.68.
Girls 400 meter SC breastroke: KG – Kathleen Lyon, Alexandra Bentz, Amanda Ackerman, Emily Pelto, 4:43.37; JM – Sarah White, Lina Zimmerman, Alison Wood, Kylie Keffer, 4:46.40, 2nd; KG – Cheese Perry, Katie Taylor, Christiana Bentz, Shelby Doyle, 5:35.90, 3rd.
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Foxes poised to win their second District title in row
After sweeping both girls’ and boys’ Battlefield Districts swim championships, the Fox swim team is back to reload for another exciting season. With a total of 68 swimmers on the current roster, featuring 34 returning veterans, the Foxes are set to compete against the best the District has to offer.
Although the following graduates of 2008 contributed to a successful 2008 swim season, thanks to travel swim team such as the Raiders, Eels and Sharks, the fountain of talent at King George High School will continue to thrive: Jackie Hynson, Emily Cooper, Emily Jones, Matt Cook, Stuart Shippee, Brian Lusher, Mike Biffel and David Morrisett.
Cook placed among the top eight swimmers in the state in his individual event.
Fox head coach Bernardes is a firm believer in off-season swim competition. “Anytime you have an athlete that has a strong cardiovascular base and great technique, their skills will always come in handy for swim meets, as well as helping others achieve more than they thought possible,” Bernardes said. “These swimmers can play a vital role in leading by example.”
Presently, second year coach Bernades and her staff; Elizabeth Guthrie, Jennifer Rasnake, Ken Novell [volunteer] are hard at work, Tuesday and Thursday, drilling their team into shape at the new Y.M.C.A. in King George. The new facility is a boost for the Foxes. Not only will the facility accommodate quad and tri-meets, but its close proximity to the new King George High School will encourage more aspiring Fox swimmers to try out for the team. Unfortunately the pool area is not large enough to host District meets, where host and visiting families would require seating.
All swim lanes at the Y.M.C.A. meet Virginia High School League requirements. With the full compliment of aerobics, and workout facilities available at the Y.M.C.A., all Fox sports programs will benefit in one way or another. “They have been gracious host, and its been exciting to see how many kids from the area are using the facility,” Bernardes said.
The Foxes will host District rival James Monroe on December 5th, at the Y.M.C.A. in King George to kick off the 2008-2009-swim season.
Leonard M. Banks, Sports Editor