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Windsor sports, Week in Review

Friday

Girls swimming & Diving

Windsor freshman Morgan Friesen set a Class 4A state record and recorded an All-American time in the 100-yard breaststroke during the preliminary rounds of the Class 4A Girls Swimming & Diving Championships on Friday at the Edora Pool Ice Center in Fort Collins.

Friesen had a time of 1 minute, 3.28 seconds in the breaststroke, topping Niwot’s Marjorie Driscoll (1:04.36).

Friesen also qualified for Saturday’s finals in the 200-yard individual medley, placing second (2:08.42) behind Evergreen junior Lindsay Morrow (2:05.10).

Friesen was one of a handful of Windsor swimmers who advanced past prelims.

The 200 medley relay team of Aleksy Waterman, Friesen, Lacey Whitehead and Rilea Driscoll qualified for the finals with a time of 1:55.16, placing seventh in prelims.

The same quartet placed 12th in the 400 freestyle relay (3:52.10), qualifying to swim in today’s consolation finals.

Whitehead placed 14th in the 100 butterfly (1:03.11) to qualify for the finals. Whitehead also placed 36th in the 50 freestyle (26.69) but didn’t advance to the finals.

Driscoll recorded a time of 2:05.40 in the 200 freestyle, placing 24th, but was unable to qualify for today’s finals. Driscoll’s time in the 500 freestyle (5:39.46) placed her 18th in prelims and made her the second alternate for the consolation finals today.

“Overall, it was a great meet; the highlight of course being Morgan breaking a state record,” Windsor coach Mandy Schneider wrote in an email. “I am excited to see what will happen (today).”

Boys Hoops

Windsor 56, Berthoud 45: In Berthoud, the Wizards connected on seven 3-pointers as they took care of Berthoud. Dalton Walker hit three of the 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 18 points. He also had a block and three rebounds.

The Wizards limited Berthoud to two points in the first quarter and five in the third.

Tanner Bohm added four assists.

WHS 13 14 17 12 — 56

BHS 2 14 5 24 — 45

WHS — Drew Bunday 3 0-0 7, Tanner Bohm 3 0-0 6, Kody Armann 0 0-0 0, Michael Scheid 0 1-2 1, Dalton Walker 7 1-2 18, Garrett Hammond 2 0-0 6, Viktor Kaiser 1 3-5 5, Matthew Thiemann 2 0-0 5, Zach Peck 1 1-5 3, David Watson 2 1-5 5. Totals 21 7-19 56

3-point field goals — WHS 7 (Walker 3, Hammond 2, Bunday, Thiemann).

Total fouls — WHS 22.

Girls Hoops

Windsor 55, Berthoud 53: In Windsor, the Wizards held off a late rally by Berthoud and picked up a win.

Windsor coach Gary Perko said despite letting Berthoud claw its way back into the game, his girls came up big when it counted.

“Berthoud came back toward the end,” he said. “We made some clutch free throws and baskets to keep them from stealing it.”

Windsor moves to 16-5 on the season, 10-2 in the Tri-Valley League. Next up is a home game Tuesday against Erie.

BHS 6 16 6 25 — 53

WHS 15 11 16 13 — 55

WHS — Hannah Thornton 4 0-1 9, Sophie Griggs 2 2-2 7, Alysa Manicone 1 3-5 5, Amanda Ward 6 2-3 14, Lauren Gustafson 6 4-6 16, Mackenzie Ruff 1 1-1 3, Samantha Greene 0 1-2 1. Totals 20 12-20 55.

3-point field goals — WHS 2 (Thornton, Griggs).

Total fouls — WHS 23 (Ruff, Gustafson fouled out).

Tuesday

BOYS HOOPS

WINDsor — The Northridge boys basketball team kept pace with Windsor in a one-possession game the entire fourth quarter but misfired on a 3-pointer on its last possession , consequently losing 54-51.

The loss drops Northridge to 4-7 in the Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference, 9-11 overall.

“We played well,” Northridge coach Terry Anderson said. “We just had a couple of possessions where we didn’t finish.”

The Grizzlies shot just 39 percent from the floor, but were led by the combination of Jason Barraza and Elijah Llamas, who combined for 26 points.

Windsor limited Northridge to just six points in the fourth quarter and took full advantage of 19 points from senior Dalton Walker and 10 from Drew Bunday.

Walker and Bunday combined for 10 rebounds.

NHS 18 13 14 6 — 51

WHS 17 15 12 10 — 54

NHS — Elijah Llamas 4 2-2 12, Thomas Silva 1 0-0 2, Brenden Fulton 2 1-2 5, Kayson Werner 1 4-4 6, Jay Frye 4 0-0 9, Chase Curley 1 1-2 3, Jason Berraza 6 2-2 14. Totals 19 10-13 51.

WHS — Landon Schmidt 1 0-0 2, Drew Bunday 4 1-2 10, Dalton Walker 5 9-14 19, Viktor Kaiser 0 2-2 2, Matthew Thiemann 1 4-5 6, Tanner Bohm 2 0-0 5, Zach Peck 3 2-2 8, David Watson 1 0-0 2. Totals 17 18-25 54.

3-point field goals — NHS 3 (Llamas 2, Frye). WHS 2 (Bunday, Bohm).

Total fouls — NHS 18, WHS 14.


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