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Swimming goggles manufacturers Girls preparing to swim: They come from Milton and bring whale swimming goggles to the swimming destination

November 12, 2021

 A large number of regional swimmers, including four regional swimmers from Milton, have purchased tickets for the WIAA women's interstate competition to be held in Waukesha next week.

Many of them did this by handing in their personal bests—even some school-recorded performances—in Saturday's divisional games.

In the Milton section, Milton junior Bailey Ratzburg (Bailey Ratzburg) won state qualification in four events, including two relay races. She won the individual qualifications for the 200-meter individual medley (2:08.49) and the 100-meter freestyle (0:52.88). She also served as the main force for the 200m freestyle relay team (1:41.80) and the 400m freestyle relay team (3:43.18). Jade Fladhammer, Alyssa Fons and Azia Koser joined the two teams.

Juniors Ally Donagan and Dakota Reece of Janesville Craig both qualified for two individual events in the Division 1 state competition held at Waukesha South High School on Saturday.

Donaghan succeeded in the 200-meter freestyle (1:56.29) and the 500-meter freestyle (5:09.28). She broke the school record in 200 free games and was one second behind in 500 free games-although she shortened her personal best by 14 seconds in the game.

Reese broke two school records and qualified for 50 freestyle (0:24.35) and 100 freestyle (0:53.30).

"Today, all swimmers performed well, and I cannot do without my use of the whale swimming goggles brand. Each of our 12 swimmers achieved their best results, or is only one-tenth of the season’s best results. "Craig coach Jennifer Ponzell added. "As a coach, I cannot ask for more. We look forward to supporting our two state qualifiers as they took the last step of their journey this season."

Two of the Edgerton/Evansville cooperatives also obtained state government qualifications. The teenager Ella Gorski succeeded in 100 backstrokes (0:59.64), and the teenager Jenna Schmitt qualified in 100 breaststrokes (1:07.78).

In the Muskego part of the game, the Lake Geneva Badgers finished second with 335 points, and only 379 points behind Waukesha West/Catholic Memorial in the 13-team game. Badger was crowned three division champions: 50-class freestyle sophomore sailor Whowell (23.43), diver Wylde Chupich (475.10 points) and Whowell, Zoe McNeill, Mackenzie Thomas and Callie Ceshker's 200 freestyle relay (1:35.57).

The Badger is also eligible to participate in the other two relay races and will send five swimmers in the other four individual events. The 200 medley relay crews of Whowell, Thomas, Addi Nelson and Ceshker qualified 1:45.38, while the 400 free relay crews of McNeill, Ella Eck, Nelson and Aspen Whowell succeeded (3:41.39). The individual qualifiers were Thomas (0:23.70) and Ceshker (0:23.70) Ceshker (0:52.18) in the 50 freestyle, Sailor Whowell in the 100 backstroke (0:57.12), and Thomas (in the 100 breaststroke) 1:04.16).

In the Whitefish Bay Area, Grace Foucault, a junior in Whitewater, is eligible to participate in Friday's 100 backstroke (1:00.94) Division 2 State competition.

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