Swimmers complete victory lap vs. Peoria Christian

Bryan Veginski

Washington splashed the Peoria Christian girls swimming team Oct. 6.

In a 93-60 Lady Panther victory at the Five Points Washington Aquatics Center, Caitlyn Scheirer and Lauren Dwyer won two events apiece.

Scheirer prevailed in the 50 freestyle in a time of :26.67 and in the 100 backstroke in 1:04.71.

Dwyer was victorious in the 100 butterfly in 1:10.05 and in the 100 breaststroke in 1:20.10.

Lauren Stockton (200 individual medley 2:26.75) and Erin Misselhorn (100 free, 1:02.34) also were first individually for Washington in the swimming portion.

With a score of 111.6, Lady Panther Bergmann was the top diver.

Two relays were first for the home team.

Washington’s quartet of Scheirer, Katie Cooper, Stockton and Bergmann clocked a 2:12.04 in the 200 medley.

In the 200 free relay, Stockton, Kyla Kirby, Cooper and Brittany Patterson recorded a 2:13.69.

Dunlap 151, Eureka/Roanoke-Benson/Metamora 106, WCHS 60

Scheirer provided the Lady Panthers’ lone first-place finishes Oct. 13.

She won the 200 IM in 2:18.37 and the 100 free in :57.86.

The Eagles won eight events to sweep the triangular Eureka hosted.

Galesburg Tournament

A 137-point effort Oct. 17 at Mustain Pool left Washington in sixth place.

Scheirer was the 100 fly champion in a time of 1:02.01.

She also placed second in the 200 IM.

Stockton was a 500 free runner-up and earned third in the 50 free.

Dwyer provided a fourth in the 100 free and a sixth in the 200 free for the Lady Panthers.

The 400 free relay was second, while the 200 free relay ended up third.

Galesburg won its own meet with a 363-point afternoon.

Notre Dame 95, WCHS 62

The Irish used eight victories on the road to top the Lady Panthers Oct. 20.

Stockton was first at Five Points with a :25.82 in the 50 free. Dwyer notched a victory in the 100 free in :58.60.

Dwyer, Misselhorn, Scheirer and Stockton clocked a 1:46.70 to edge Notre Dame in the 200 free relay.

In the 400 free relay, Washington’s quartet of Stockton, Misselhorn, Dwyer and Scheirer won with a 3:54.34.