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Fischer sets school mark in meet with Minnewaska

The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team continued its push towards the Section 8A meet with a dual meet against Minnewaska Area. Perham suffered a 94-78 defeat to Minnewaska, yet it was a record breaking meet for one Yellowjacket. Perham...

The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team continued its push towards the Section 8A meet with a dual meet against Minnewaska Area. Perham suffered a 94-78 defeat to Minnewaska, yet it was a record breaking meet for one Yellowjacket. Perham’s Dena Fischer set a new Yellowjacket varsity record for six dives. Fischer recorded a score of 215.45. Her score also set the mark for the middle school program, one that she held previously. “Dena is a workhorse and it shows,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “She goes into every practice ready to give it all she’s got. As an eighth grader, she’s doing dives with two and three difficulty and improving every meet.” The six dive record maybe just one of many for the eighth grade diver. “She broke her own middle school record from last season and now has the high school record for six dives,” Wrangham said. “I know she is going to get the 11 dive record at Mid-State or Sections. She owns the diving board.” Fischer anchored a trio of divers that swept the competition. Maddie Rue finished second, followed by Anni Kovar. Rue ended with 190.55 points, while Kovar came in third with 181.05 points. “Our divers were the stars at this meet. Maddie Rue has really come on strong,” Wrangham said. “She had developed a high degree of difficulty and that’s raising her scores and getting us lots of points. Kovar had her highest score of the season. She is trying to perfect her reverse dives and then her difficulty also will rise.”
The Yellowjackets were shorthanded entering the meet due to illness according to Wrangham. She added that it was a good chance to where the team was with the taper towards the end of the season. “I felt we really performed well under the circumstances,” Wrangham said. “The girls had some great swims. I am pleased with where we are at this point in the season.” The Yellowjackets hope to shake the illness bug heading into the Mid-State Conference meet at Detroit Lakes on Friday. Wrangham added the team has been putting in lots of yards and working on efficiency involving their strokes. Anna Dale posted a section qualifying time at the meet. She qualified in the breaststroke. The section qualifying leaves the Yellowjacket swimmers with an interesting dilemma into the section meet. Individual swimmers are only allowed to swim in two events at the section meet. “The girls have some big decisions ahead. We have more girls qualified for sections in multiple events then we have ever had,” Wrangham said. “It can be hard for them to decide what they want to swim. The girls have become a close team, are working together and helping each other to get better as we go into the end of the season.” Morgan Hanson was first in the butterfly event. She set a personal record with a finishing time of 1:10.83. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2100522","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","title":"Morgan Hanson","width":"480"}}]] Lacy Richter came in first place overall in the 100 freestyle. Richter had a time of 1:00.45. Maggie Ingebrand followed with a first place finish in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:22.47. Dale, Hanson, Richter and Megan Tellinghuisen came in first in the 400 freestyle relay. They finished with a time of 4:09.54. The Yellowjackets will return to action with the annual Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community Center’s Aquatics Center.   Minnewaska       94 Perham               78 Perham Results 200 medley relay-2, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Anna Dale, 2:13.07; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Justice Aus, 2:21.92; 8, PER, Shanetta Reitmeyer, Tihana Milosevic, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, 2:45.35; 200 freestyle-2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.95; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.45; 50 freestyle-2, PER, Lacy Richter, 27.52; 5, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 30.03; 6, PER, Emily Martinson, 30.48: diving-1, PER, Dena Fischer, 215.45; 3, PER, Maddie Rue, 190.55; 3, PER, Anni Kovar, 181.05; 100 butterfly 1, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:10.83; 100 freestyle-1, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:00.45; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.86; 5, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:06.85; 200 freestyle relay-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.99; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Justice Aus, 2:07.10; 8, PER, Annika Kovar, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, Shanetta Reitmeyer, 2:35.09; 100 backstroke-4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:19.11; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:22.95; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.41; 100 breaststroke-2, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:22.47; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:23.90; 5, PER, Anna Dale, 1:24.61; 400 freestyle-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 4:09.54; 4, PER, Dixie Carow, Annika Kovar, Kristina Galbrecht, Dena Fischer, 4:59.74.The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team continued its push towards the Section 8A meet with a dual meet against Minnewaska Area. Perham suffered a 94-78 defeat to Minnewaska, yet it was a record breaking meet for one Yellowjacket. Perham’s Dena Fischer set a new Yellowjacket varsity record for six dives. Fischer recorded a score of 215.45. Her score also set the mark for the middle school program, one that she held previously. “Dena is a workhorse and it shows,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “She goes into every practice ready to give it all she’s got. As an eighth grader, she’s doing dives with two and three difficulty and improving every meet.” The six dive record maybe just one of many for the eighth grade diver. “She broke her own middle school record from last season and now has the high school record for six dives,” Wrangham said. “I know she is going to get the 11 dive record at Mid-State or Sections. She owns the diving board.” Fischer anchored a trio of divers that swept the competition. Maddie Rue finished second, followed by Anni Kovar. Rue ended with 190.55 points, while Kovar came in third with 181.05 points. “Our divers were the stars at this meet. Maddie Rue has really come on strong,” Wrangham said. “She had developed a high degree of difficulty and that’s raising her scores and getting us lots of points. Kovar had her highest score of the season. She is trying to perfect her reverse dives and then her difficulty also will rise.” [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2100521","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"480","title":"Maddie Rue","width":"320"}}]] The Yellowjackets were shorthanded entering the meet due to illness according to Wrangham. She added that it was a good chance to where the team was with the taper towards the end of the season. “I felt we really performed well under the circumstances,” Wrangham said. “The girls had some great swims. I am pleased with where we are at this point in the season.” The Yellowjackets hope to shake the illness bug heading into the Mid-State Conference meet at Detroit Lakes on Friday. Wrangham added the team has been putting in lots of yards and working on efficiency involving their strokes. Anna Dale posted a section qualifying time at the meet. She qualified in the breaststroke. The section qualifying leaves the Yellowjacket swimmers with an interesting dilemma into the section meet. Individual swimmers are only allowed to swim in two events at the section meet. “The girls have some big decisions ahead. We have more girls qualified for sections in multiple events then we have ever had,” Wrangham said. “It can be hard for them to decide what they want to swim. The girls have become a close team, are working together and helping each other to get better as we go into the end of the season.” Morgan Hanson was first in the butterfly event. She set a personal record with a finishing time of 1:10.83.
Lacy Richter came in first place overall in the 100 freestyle. Richter had a time of 1:00.45. Maggie Ingebrand followed with a first place finish in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:22.47. Dale, Hanson, Richter and Megan Tellinghuisen came in first in the 400 freestyle relay. They finished with a time of 4:09.54. The Yellowjackets will return to action with the annual Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community Center’s Aquatics Center.   Minnewaska       94 Perham               78 Perham Results 200 medley relay-2, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Anna Dale, 2:13.07; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Justice Aus, 2:21.92; 8, PER, Shanetta Reitmeyer, Tihana Milosevic, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, 2:45.35; 200 freestyle-2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.95; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.45; 50 freestyle-2, PER, Lacy Richter, 27.52; 5, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 30.03; 6, PER, Emily Martinson, 30.48: diving-1, PER, Dena Fischer, 215.45; 3, PER, Maddie Rue, 190.55; 3, PER, Anni Kovar, 181.05; 100 butterfly 1, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:10.83; 100 freestyle-1, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:00.45; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.86; 5, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:06.85; 200 freestyle relay-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.99; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Justice Aus, 2:07.10; 8, PER, Annika Kovar, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, Shanetta Reitmeyer, 2:35.09; 100 backstroke-4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:19.11; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:22.95; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.41; 100 breaststroke-2, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:22.47; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:23.90; 5, PER, Anna Dale, 1:24.61; 400 freestyle-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 4:09.54; 4, PER, Dixie Carow, Annika Kovar, Kristina Galbrecht, Dena Fischer, 4:59.74.The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team continued its push towards the Section 8A meet with a dual meet against Minnewaska Area. Perham suffered a 94-78 defeat to Minnewaska, yet it was a record breaking meet for one Yellowjacket. Perham’s Dena Fischer set a new Yellowjacket varsity record for six dives. Fischer recorded a score of 215.45. Her score also set the mark for the middle school program, one that she held previously. “Dena is a workhorse and it shows,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “She goes into every practice ready to give it all she’s got. As an eighth grader, she’s doing dives with two and three difficulty and improving every meet.”The six dive record maybe just one of many for the eighth grade diver.“She broke her own middle school record from last season and now has the high school record for six dives,” Wrangham said. “I know she is going to get the 11 dive record at Mid-State or Sections. She owns the diving board.”Fischer anchored a trio of divers that swept the competition. Maddie Rue finished second, followed by Anni Kovar. Rue ended with 190.55 points, while Kovar came in third with 181.05 points. “Our divers were the stars at this meet. Maddie Rue has really come on strong,” Wrangham said. “She had developed a high degree of difficulty and that’s raising her scores and getting us lots of points. Kovar had her highest score of the season. She is trying to perfect her reverse dives and then her difficulty also will rise.”
The Yellowjackets were shorthanded entering the meet due to illness according to Wrangham. She added that it was a good chance to where the team was with the taper towards the end of the season. “I felt we really performed well under the circumstances,” Wrangham said. “The girls had some great swims. I am pleased with where we are at this point in the season.”The Yellowjackets hope to shake the illness bug heading into the Mid-State Conference meet at Detroit Lakes on Friday. Wrangham added the team has been putting in lots of yards and working on efficiency involving their strokes. Anna Dale posted a section qualifying time at the meet. She qualified in the breaststroke. The section qualifying leaves the Yellowjacket swimmers with an interesting dilemma into the section meet. Individual swimmers are only allowed to swim in two events at the section meet. “The girls have some big decisions ahead. We have more girls qualified for sections in multiple events then we have ever had,” Wrangham said. “It can be hard for them to decide what they want to swim. The girls have become a close team, are working together and helping each other to get better as we go into the end of the season.”Morgan Hanson was first in the butterfly event. She set a personal record with a finishing time of 1:10.83.[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2100522","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","title":"Morgan Hanson","width":"480"}}]]Lacy Richter came in first place overall in the 100 freestyle. Richter had a time of 1:00.45. Maggie Ingebrand followed with a first place finish in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:22.47. Dale, Hanson, Richter and Megan Tellinghuisen came in first in the 400 freestyle relay. They finished with a time of 4:09.54. The Yellowjackets will return to action with the annual Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community Center’s Aquatics Center.  Minnewaska       94Perham               78Perham Results200 medley relay-2, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Anna Dale, 2:13.07; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Justice Aus, 2:21.92; 8, PER, Shanetta Reitmeyer, Tihana Milosevic, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, 2:45.35; 200 freestyle-2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.95; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.45; 50 freestyle-2, PER, Lacy Richter, 27.52; 5, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 30.03; 6, PER, Emily Martinson, 30.48: diving-1, PER, Dena Fischer, 215.45; 3, PER, Maddie Rue, 190.55; 3, PER, Anni Kovar, 181.05; 100 butterfly 1, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:10.83; 100 freestyle-1, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:00.45; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.86; 5, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:06.85; 200 freestyle relay-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.99; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Justice Aus, 2:07.10; 8, PER, Annika Kovar, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, Shanetta Reitmeyer, 2:35.09; 100 backstroke-4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:19.11; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:22.95; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.41; 100 breaststroke-2, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:22.47; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:23.90; 5, PER, Anna Dale, 1:24.61; 400 freestyle-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 4:09.54; 4, PER, Dixie Carow, Annika Kovar, Kristina Galbrecht, Dena Fischer, 4:59.74.The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team continued its push towards the Section 8A meet with a dual meet against Minnewaska Area. Perham suffered a 94-78 defeat to Minnewaska, yet it was a record breaking meet for one Yellowjacket. Perham’s Dena Fischer set a new Yellowjacket varsity record for six dives. Fischer recorded a score of 215.45. Her score also set the mark for the middle school program, one that she held previously. “Dena is a workhorse and it shows,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “She goes into every practice ready to give it all she’s got. As an eighth grader, she’s doing dives with two and three difficulty and improving every meet.”The six dive record maybe just one of many for the eighth grade diver.“She broke her own middle school record from last season and now has the high school record for six dives,” Wrangham said. “I know she is going to get the 11 dive record at Mid-State or Sections. She owns the diving board.”Fischer anchored a trio of divers that swept the competition. Maddie Rue finished second, followed by Anni Kovar. Rue ended with 190.55 points, while Kovar came in third with 181.05 points. “Our divers were the stars at this meet. Maddie Rue has really come on strong,” Wrangham said. “She had developed a high degree of difficulty and that’s raising her scores and getting us lots of points. Kovar had her highest score of the season. She is trying to perfect her reverse dives and then her difficulty also will rise.”[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2100521","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"480","title":"Maddie Rue","width":"320"}}]]The Yellowjackets were shorthanded entering the meet due to illness according to Wrangham. She added that it was a good chance to where the team was with the taper towards the end of the season. “I felt we really performed well under the circumstances,” Wrangham said. “The girls had some great swims. I am pleased with where we are at this point in the season.”The Yellowjackets hope to shake the illness bug heading into the Mid-State Conference meet at Detroit Lakes on Friday. Wrangham added the team has been putting in lots of yards and working on efficiency involving their strokes. Anna Dale posted a section qualifying time at the meet. She qualified in the breaststroke. The section qualifying leaves the Yellowjacket swimmers with an interesting dilemma into the section meet. Individual swimmers are only allowed to swim in two events at the section meet. “The girls have some big decisions ahead. We have more girls qualified for sections in multiple events then we have ever had,” Wrangham said. “It can be hard for them to decide what they want to swim. The girls have become a close team, are working together and helping each other to get better as we go into the end of the season.”Morgan Hanson was first in the butterfly event. She set a personal record with a finishing time of 1:10.83.
Lacy Richter came in first place overall in the 100 freestyle. Richter had a time of 1:00.45. Maggie Ingebrand followed with a first place finish in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:22.47. Dale, Hanson, Richter and Megan Tellinghuisen came in first in the 400 freestyle relay. They finished with a time of 4:09.54. The Yellowjackets will return to action with the annual Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community Center’s Aquatics Center.  Minnewaska       94Perham               78Perham Results200 medley relay-2, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Anna Dale, 2:13.07; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Justice Aus, 2:21.92; 8, PER, Shanetta Reitmeyer, Tihana Milosevic, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, 2:45.35; 200 freestyle-2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.95; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.45; 50 freestyle-2, PER, Lacy Richter, 27.52; 5, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 30.03; 6, PER, Emily Martinson, 30.48: diving-1, PER, Dena Fischer, 215.45; 3, PER, Maddie Rue, 190.55; 3, PER, Anni Kovar, 181.05; 100 butterfly 1, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:10.83; 100 freestyle-1, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:00.45; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.86; 5, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:06.85; 200 freestyle relay-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.99; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Justice Aus, 2:07.10; 8, PER, Annika Kovar, Malaysia Gilster, Kitra Barros, Shanetta Reitmeyer, 2:35.09; 100 backstroke-4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:19.11; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:22.95; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.41; 100 breaststroke-2, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:22.47; 4, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:23.90; 5, PER, Anna Dale, 1:24.61; 400 freestyle-2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 4:09.54; 4, PER, Dixie Carow, Annika Kovar, Kristina Galbrecht, Dena Fischer, 4:59.74.

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