Prep Roundup: Windsor Basketball, Wrestling and Swimming – January 14-20, 2017 | MyWindsorNow.com

Prep Roundup: Windsor Basketball, Wrestling and Swimming – January 14-20, 2017

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SATURDAY (Jan. 14)

GIRLS SWIMMING

THORNTON — Windsor placed eighth at the Mustang Invitational on Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center as Fossil Ridge easily earned first place.

The Wizards placed fourth in the 400-yard freestyle relay behind Grace Drake, Rilea Driscoll, Jocelyn Petersen and Hunter Waterman. The team also placed fifth in the 200 medley relay behind Richelle Witt, Waterman, Petersen and Driscoll.

Waterman, a junior, placed fourth in the 100 breaststroke. She also placed fifth in the 50 freestyle, touching the wall just more than half a second behind the first-place swimmer.

Windsor sophomore Makena Sanger placed fourth in 1-meter diving with a score of 389.655.

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Valley placed 20th at the invitational, which featured 23 teams.

Mustang Invitational

Team Scores — Fossil Ridge 400.5, Legacy 257, Fairview 246.5, Pine Creek 170, Monarch 162, Rocky Mountain 148, Silver Creek 125.5, Windsor 123, Horizon 117, Broomfield 115, Brighton 85, Niwot 82, Mountain Range 80, Centaurus 63, Ralston Valley 39, Poudre 30.5, Northglenn-Thornton 27, Fort Collins 17, Cherokee Trail 16, Valley 8, Longmont 7, Holyoke 4, Skyline 2.

WRESTLING

Windsor wins Pool B at Rocky Mountain Duals : In Fort Collins, The Wizards rolled to victory behind undefeated days by five wrestlers.

Ronny Minjarez at 113, Dominick Serrano at 120, Cody Eaton at 132, Chris Sandoval at 138 and Josh Willis at 145 all finished the day perfect on Windsor's way to a 4-0 record.

Greeley West also competed in Pool B, finishing fifth. Jesus Vasquez at 106 and Xavier Vasquez at 182 both won three of their four matches on the day

TUESDAY

BOYS HOOPS

Mead 65, Windsor 63: In Windsor, the Wizards dropped a close game to Mead despite 18 points each from Kirk Relford and Jake Hammond.

Windsor carried a two-point lead into the fourth quarter but couldn't hold it.

Corte Tapia added 11 points, and the Wizards boasted a positive assist-to-turnover ratio, but in the end Mead was too much.

Windsor fell to 2-2 4A Tri-Valley Conference, 4-9 overall.

MHS 10 15 24 16 — 65

WHS 11 20 20 12 — 63

WHS — Kirk Relford 6 2-3 18; Jake Hammond 7 4-4 18; Corte Tapia 5 1-2 11; Tyler McGinnis 3 0-0 8; Brennen Seyboldt 3 0-0 8. Totals 24 7-9 63

3-point field goals — WHS 8 (Relford 4, McGinnis 2, Seyboldt 2).

Total fouls — WHS 16 (McGinnis fouled out). GIRLS SWIMMING

Morgan Friesen won two events and anchored the Windsor Wizards' winning relay in a nail-biting meet with Fort Collins that came down to the last event Tuesday.

Windsor's 97-88 victory wasn't secure until Friesen touched home in the 400-yard freestyle relay, finishing her leg in just under 56 seconds.

Friesen also won the 200 individual medley — by almost 20 seconds — and the 100 breaststroke, the only event in which the Wizards swept the podium.

Windsor also got wins from Erin Eccleston (in the 100 free and the 100 backstroke) and Rilea Driscoll (in the 500 free).

200-yard medley relay — WHS (Erin Eccleston, Morgan Friesen, Jocelyn Petersen, Hunter Waterman) 1:57.75, FCHS 1:59.46, FC 2:06.86; 200 freestyle — Madi Hunter (FC) 2:04.14, Rilea Driscoll (W) 2:06.46, Emma Harrison (FC) 2:15.18; 200 individual medley — Friesen (W) 2:12.40, Ashley Zhou (FC) 2:31.49, Audrey Mechtenberg (FC) 2:47.36; 50 freestyle — Audrey Reimer (FC) 0:25.47, Waterman (W) 0:26.86, Petersen (W) 0:26.94; 1-meter diving — Morgan McCarthy (FC) 266.25, Makena Sanger (W) 219.55, Zoe Sharpee (W) 155.05; 100 butterfly — Reimer (FC) 1:01.85, Petersen (W) 1:08.85, Libby Hubbeling (FC) 1:09.68; 100 freestyle — Erin Eccleston (W) 0:56.19, Harrison (FC) 0:57.75, Zhou (FC) 1:01.31; 500 freestyle — Driscoll (W) 5:45.58, Eleanor Tipton (FC) 6:20.62, Morgan Hykes (W) 6:20.99; 200 freestyle relay — FC 1:49.63, W (Richelle Witt, Grace Drake, Petersen, Driscoll) 1:51.07, FC 1:52.78; 100 backstroke — Eccleston (W) 1:02.53, Hunter (FC) 1:05.33, R. Witt (W) 1:09.25; 100 breaststroke — Friesen (W) 1:09.11, Waterman (W) 1:12.23, Aria Witt (W) 1:16.33; 400 freestyle relay — W (Eccleston, Waterman, Driscoll, Friesen) 3:52.18, FC 3:55.05, FC 4:14.84.

* Class 3A state-qualifying time ** 4A state-qualifying time

FRIDAY

BOYS HOOPS

Windsor 69, Berthoud 55: In Berthoud, the Wizards held their 4A Tri-Valley Conference foes in check on offense to reach a 3-2 conference record.

Windsor sophomore Brennen Seyboldt had 17 points and five assists on 6-of-10 shooting. He was joined on the offensive end by junior Kirk Relford (16 points), senior Corte Tapia (13 points) and junior Tyler McGinnis (12 points).

McGinnis nearly attained a double-double, racking up 9 rebounds. Tapia added 6.

WHS 18 11 22 18 — 69

BHS 16 10 10 19 — 55

WHS — Kirk Relford 6 2-2 16, Jake Hammond 2 3-3 7, Corte Tapia 6 0-0 13, Brayden Pederson 1 0-1 2, Luke Tannel 0 1-1 1, Tyler McGinnis 3 4-6 12, Nathaniel Ramos 0 1-1 1, Brennen Seyboldt 6 3-4 17. Totals 24 14-18 69.

3-point field goals — WHS 7 (Relford 2, McGinnis 2, Seyboldt 2, Tapia).

Total fouls — WHS 17.

GIRLS HOOPS

The Windsor Wizards never let up on their high-caliber offense in a 69-46 win over Class 4A Tri-Valley foe Berthoud on Friday.

Windsor sophomore Ally Kennis went 7 for 9 from the field — including 4 for 4 from behind the arc — to rack up 19 points. She also grabbed three rebounds.

Kennis was helped along in the Wizards' offensive effort by sophomore Hollie Hoffman (13 points), sophomore Karly Mathern (11 points) and junior Michaela Moran (11 points). Junior Madi Denzel helped get the ball back in the Wizards' hands with four steals.

The win moves Windsor to 4-1 in the 4A Tri-Valley and 8-5 overall.

BHS 9 16 13 8 — 46

WHS 21 23 13 12 — 69

WHS — Hollie Hoffman 5 3-5 13, Karly Mathern 4 0-1 11, Karee Porth 2 0-0 4, Michaela Moran 4 3-4 11, Swing 1 0-0 3, Adalyn Vergara 2 0-0 4, Taylor Kramer 1 0-1 2, Daria Peck 1 0-0 2, Ally Kennis 7 1-1 19. Totals 27 7-12 69.

3-point field goals — WHS 8 (Kennis 4, Mathern 3, Swing).

Total fouls — WHS 16.

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