Sacred Heart Academy Lowers National Independent High School Record in 200 Medley Relay

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While competing at the Kentucky State High School Championships today, Sacred Heart Academy lowered the national independent high school record in the girls 200-yard medley relay.

The foursome of Tonner DeBeer (25.76), Kennedy Lohman (27.97), Asia Seidt (24.07) and Brooke Bauer (22.81) turned in a winning time of 1:40.61.

That swim cleared the 1:40.73 set by Carondelet’s Madison White (25.68), Allison Gargalikis (27.52), Chelsea Ray (24.59) and Chelsea Chenault (22.94) back in 2011.

Carmel’s scorcher of 1:39.25 set by Sammie Burchill (25.39), Alex Clarke (29.00), Veronica Burchill (23.31) and Amy Bilquist (21.55) remains the overall and public school mark.

                            === Championship Final ===                            
 
  1 Sacred Heart                  1:41.64    1:40.61*AA-A    40  
     1) Tonner DeBeer 10              2) r:+0.17 Kennedy Lohman 12    
     3) r:+0.17 Asia Seidt 12         4) r:+0.42 Brooke Bauer 12      
             25.76        53.73 (27.97)
        1:17.80 (24.07)     1:40.61 (22.81)
  2 Notre Dame                    1:45.50    1:42.06 AA-A    34  
     1) Amanda Smith 11               2) r:+0.08 Madeleine Vondhaar 12
     3) r:+0.40 Samantha Glass 11     4) r:+0.23 Sophie Skinner 10    
             26.47        54.47 (28.00)
        1:19.51 (25.04)     1:42.06 (22.55)
  3 Dunbar                        1:49.60    1:48.92         32  
     1) Keeton Crowe 11               2) r:+0.18 Madison Winstead 12  
     3) r:+0.54 Lauren Denham 11      4) r:+0.41 Taylor Colony 9      
             29.43        56.95 (27.52)
        1:23.33 (26.38)     1:48.92 (25.59)
  4 Dixie Heights                 1:50.18    1:49.18         30  
     1) Abbigayle Richards 10         2) r:+0.47 Selina Reil 8        
     3) r:+0.39 Mallory Beil 10       4) r:NRT Alison Bomkamp 11      
             27.49      1:03.94 (36.45)
        1:24.48 (20.54)     1:49.18 (24.70)
  5 Bowling Green                 1:50.65    1:49.87         28  
     1) Cassie Vaughn 11              2) r:+0.22 Paige Fields 12      
     3) r:+0.36 Sam Sutton 9          4) r:-0.04 Elizabeth Watts 11   
             29.28        59.37 (30.09)
        1:25.82 (26.45)     1:49.87 (24.05)
  6 Christian Acad                1:50.07    1:50.39         26  
     1) Allie Rassenfoss 10           2) r:+0.33 Rachel Hughes 11     
     3) r:+0.66 Julia Roy 10          4) r:+0.08 Christin Eckerle 11  
             27.99        58.00 (30.01)
        1:24.78 (26.78)     1:50.39 (25.61)
 -- Collegiate                    1:50.40         DQ        
      Early take-off swimmer #2
     1) Sophia Baser 8                2) r:-0.05 Kaylee Wheeler 10    
     3) r:+0.56 Meredith Schulten 10  4) r:+0.25 Krista Wheeler 7     
             29.27        57.88 (28.61)
        1:25.17 (27.29)          DQ (24.79)
 -- Elizabethtown                 1:50.07         DQ        
      Early take-off swimmer #4
     1) Hitona Miyabayashi 11         2) r:+0.37 Madeline Rich 12     
     3) r:+0.13 Kaitlyn Brandenburg 8 4) r:-0.03 Anna Dugan 9         
             26.14        59.09 (32.95)
        1:25.08 (25.99)          DQ (24.55)
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  1. avatar
    Bill Bel

    Stanford’s Ally Howe, who led off the Cardinal’s American record- setting 400 medley relay @ PAC-12s last night, also attended Sacred Heart — but in Northern California. And USC’s Kristen third in thev200 IM, is yet another Sacred Heart alum — but from the one in Flintridge- La Canada CA., an LA suburb.

    Put Howe( backstroke) Vose (breaststroke) and a flyer and a sprinter together and you’ve got makings of a world- class medley relay.

    And if memory serves MarybT. Attended Sacred Heart in Kentucky so there’s your flyer. How about Natalie Coughlin on anchor. She attended Carondoketba fee moons ago but that’s still a Catholuc school.

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