Windsor Wizards Roundup for March 23
March 25, 2018
Johnstown — Roosevelt (2-1 Class 4A Tri-Valley League, 4-1 overall) hung around early, but Windsor (1-0, 1-0) finally broke through late.
It was a pitching dual early, as Windsor’s Ryan Jares and Roosevelt’s Brandin Obrecht kept it scoreless through five innings.
Obrecht was the first to crack, eventually giving up a pair of runs in the sixth. Jares finished the game with a six-hit shutout.
Braden Peninger had a good day for Windsor at the plate, finishing with a double and a triple.
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WHS — Ryan Jares (W, 6H, 0ER, 9SO) and Keegan Vialpando. 2B – Zach Watts, Derek Baessler, Braden Peninger, Vialpando; 3B – Peninger.
RHS — Brandin Obrecht (L, 2-1, 6H, 2ER, 0BB, 11SO), Ethan Eldridge (6th, 5H, 3ER, 0BB, 2SO) and Tanner Shuffler.
Windsor — Greeley West set four pool records on its way to winning a Tri meet with Windsor and Mountain View. The Spartans finished with 278 points, Windsor had 225 and Mountain View 102.
“When they saw the pool records up, they were talking and saying ‘we could set some pool records,'” West Coach Colin Shaha said. “And they really went after it.”
The West 200-yard medley team topped the previous school record by over a second, finishing in 1 minute, 42.93 seconds. The 400-yard freestyle relay finished in 3:25.55.
Jackson Wuthrich finished the 500-yard freestyle in 4:51.56, breaking the pool record set last year by nearly two seconds. Drake Manuello finished the 100-yard backstroke in 54.03 to wrap up West’s new pool records.
The Spartans won nine of the 12 total events.
“When the more experienced guys swim well, it makes the younger guys step up too,” Shaha said.
Windsor picked up the other three wins. Riley Miller won the 200-yard freestyle, Erik Caffee won the 1-meter diving, and Ethan Hansbury won the 100-yard breaststroke.
200-yard medley relay — Greeley West (Nathan Kenigsburg, Drake Manuello, Baylor Cobb, Jackson Wuthrich) 1:42.93*, Windsor (Riley Miller, Ethan Hansbury, Andrew Scoggin, Kash Hebert) 1:44.03*; 200 freestyle — Riley Miller, W, 1:52.64**, Cooper Malone, GW, 1:53.81**, Wyatt Sands, GW, 1:56.63**; 200 individual medley — Nathan Kenigsburg, GW, 2:03.58*, Ethan Hansbury, W, 2:05.38*, Baylor Lewis, GW, 2:08.26**; 50 freestyle — Jackson Wuthrich, GW, 22.85*, Andrew Scoggin, W, 24.06, Kash Hebert, W, 24.81; 1-meter diving — Erik Caffee, W, 200.5**, Liam Whitacre, MV, 196.15**, Dominick Serrano, W, 161.9; 100 butterfly — Drake Manuello, GW, 53.94*, Owen Spooner, GW, 58.45**, Caden Gillmore, GW, 1:01.07; 100 freestyle —Nathan Kenigsburg, GW, 49.3*, Jeramy Garbiso, GW, 54.13, Kash Hebert, W, 54.72; 500 freestyle — Jackson Wuthrich, GW, 4:51.56*, Riley Miller, W, 4:51.95*, Cooper Malone, GW, 5:13.66**; 200 freestyle relay — Greeley West (Nathan Kenigsburg, Owen Spooner, Baylor Cobb, Wyatt Sands) 1:35.44*, Greeley West B (Andrew Kitzman, Caden Gilmore, Geramy Garbiso, Cooper Malone) 1:40.37*; 100 backstroke — Drake Manuello, GW, 54.03*, Andrew Scoggin, W, 57.46**, Jonathan Zakanycz, MV, 1:01.32**; 100 breaststroke — Ethan Hansbury, W, 1:02.54*, Baylor Lewis, GW, 1:05.03**, Baylor Cobb, GW, 1:06.98**; 400 freestyle relay — Greeley West (Cooper Malone, Owen Spooner, Drake Manuello, Jackson Wuthrich) 3:25.55*, Windsor (Andrew Scoggin, Kash Hebert, Riley Miller, Ethan Hansbury) 3:33.04.
* Class 5A state-qualifying time
** Class 4A state-qualifying time
Fort Collins — Windsor set a new school record with a team score of 221 to win the Rocky Mountain Invitational.
Jessica Zapf paced the Wizards with an even-par 72. Brynn Ellis and Kinsey Smith were close behind with a 73 and 76, respectively.
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Windsor — Jessica Zapf 72, Brynn Ellis 73, Kinsey Smith 76, Jayden Muro 85.
Windsor — Windsor more than made up for one of its two losses last year with a drubbing of Niwot.
Chaynee Kingsbury led the four Wizards who scored with four goals.
Four Wizards also had assists on the day.
NHS — 0
WHS — 8
Goals — WHS, Chaynee Kingsbury 4, Abby Gearhart 2, Kota Pritchard, Domonique Webb;
Assists — WHS, Kingsbury, Michaela Moran, Gearhart, Julia Broghammer.
Erie — Windsor only lost one set on the way to a 7-0 sweep of Erie.
Payton Mann dropped her first set at No. 3 singles before rallying to win in three.
The Wizards are back in action Saturday when they host the Spring Shootout.
Singles — 1. Taylor Pankewicz, W, def. Megan Hakes, 6-4, 6-2; 2. Jillian Arnold, W, def. Cassie Mahakian, 6-1, 6-1; 3. Payton Mann, W, def. Aliyah Harrison, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3.
Doubles — 1. Anna Lowndes & Addison Oswald, W, def. Shreesha Maharjan & Evelyn Esparza, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Natalie Talbot & Kiley Smith, W, def. Julie Bremser & Natalie Palumbo, 6-1, 6-2; 3. Brooklynn Kelley & Brooke Shrader, W, def. Emily Over & Aubree Hensrud, 6-2, 6-2; 4. Cydney Hemeyer & Ryan Daigle, W, def. Jennifer Williams & Shaunessy Wolak, 6-3, 6-1.
— Staff reports
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