Multiple Records Fall At Wisconsin Girls State Titles; Texas Recruit Campbell Stoll Goes 1:56 in 200 IM


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Fast Times Abound and Records Fall As Arrowhead, Edgewood Clinch Wisconsin Girls State Titles

The 2022 Wisconsin Girls DI and DII State Championships took place Nov. 11-12 at the Waukesha South Natatorium in Waukesha, Wis.

Several records fell between the two meets as Arrowhead claimed the DI title while Edgewood captured the DII championship crown.

Division I

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Top 5 Team Scores:

  1. Arrowhead – 338.5
    2. Brookfield East – 285.5
    3. Waukesha West/CathMem – 196
    4. Middleton – 182.5
    5. Verona Area – 144

The meet started off with a bang as Arrowhead’s Campbell Stoll crushed the DI state record in the 200 IM. Her time of 1:56.37 demolished Lillie Hosack’s previous mark of 1:58.13 from 2017. Stoll led a sweep in that event for her school.

Stoll dove back in soon after to win the 100 fly in 51.85, just shy of Beata Nelson’s state record of 51.62.

Two swimmers broke the state record in the 50 free, but Arrowhead’s Hailey Tierney got to the wall quicker with a winning time of 21.84. Brookfield East’s Lucy Thomas was also under the old mark in 21.89, ultimately settling for second place.

Tierney then clinched her second state record of the day in the 100 free, stopping the clock in 48.52. She eclipsed Katie Drabot’s mark of 48.55 from 2015.

Yet another state record fell during the championship, as Brookfield East’s Maggie Wanezek took down her own mark of 51.59 from a season ago in the 100 back. She won in 51.09.

Wanezek’s teammate, Lucy Thomas, then went on to erase her own state record in the 100 breast. Her time of 58.89 was well under her previous top time of 1:00.00, also topping the field by four seconds.

Brookfield East’s Wanezek (49.58), Audrey Olen (50.41), Reese Tiltmann (50.17) and Thomas (48.79) then ended the meet with a state record in the 4×100 free relay, touching the wall in 3:18.95 to lower their old mark of 3:19.32 set in 2021.

Waukesha South/Mukwonago’s Ella Antoniewski was also a double-event winner during the meet. The freshman first won the 200 free in 1:48.07 before going on to clinch the gold medal in the 500 free with a final time of 4:49.75.

On the boards, Germantown’s Kristina Wittmann won the 1-meter with a final score of 461.80.

Division II

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Top 5 Team Scores:

  1. Edgewood – 350
    2. Whitefish Bay – 167
    3. Ashwaubenon – 166
    4. Baraboo – 154
    5. Rhinelander – 152

Edgewood’s Izzy Enz stole the show with a record-breaking performance in the 200 free. Her time of 1:47.64 eclipsed her own DII state record by .01. She then followed that up with a dominant performance in the 500 free, winning that event by seven seconds in 4:49.97.

Brynn Stacey was the sole swimmer under the 50-second barrier in the 100 free, giving Edgewood another state title in a time of 49.83, just shy of the record of 49.68.

Led by Stacey (23.38) and Enz (23.16), they joined Sophie Reed (23.27) and Katie McClure (24.24) to set a new state record in the 4×50 free relay in 1:34.05. The old record, held by them, stood at 1:34.36 from last year.

Grafton picked up a pair of victories during the meet. Libby Michel claimed first place in the 200 IM with a final time of 2:04.00 while diver Marand Uttke dove to first on the 1-meter board with a final mark of 431.80.

Other individual winners included Brown Deer’s Lucy Art in the 50 free (23.37), Jefferson/Cambridge’s Jordyn Davis in the 100 fly (57.35), Baraboo’s Anna Balfanz in the 100 back (56.23) and Merrill’s Amber Winter in the 100 breast (1:04.45).

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