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Girls swimming and diving: Ziemke, Lorentz bring home gold at Mid-State Conference championships

The Perham-New York Mills girls swimming and diving team competed in the Mid-State Conference championships on Thursday night at the Detroit Lakes Community and Cultural Center.

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Perham-New York Mills' Taylor Ziemke jumps off the block for the 50-yard freestyle at the Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community and Cultural Center on Oct. 27, 2022.
Jared Rubado / Perham Focus
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DETROIT LAKES — The Perham-New York Mills girls swimming and diving team competed in the Mid-State Conference championships on Thursday night.

The Yellowjackets joined Park Rapids and Detroit Lakes. In the end, the Panthers walked away at the Mid-State victors with 523 team points. Detroit Lakes followed with 389 team points, while Perham-New York Mills finished in third at 293

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Perham-New York Mills' Debora Porcelluzzi swims the 200-yard IM at the Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community and Cultural Center on Oct. 27, 2022.
Jared Rubado / Perham Focus

The Yellowjackets had a pair of first-place finishes out of the 12 events but also saw a couple of second-place finishes. Taylor Ziemke paced the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 25.35. Brittney Lorentz finished first in the diving event with a score of 405.95. Her teammate, Avery McAllister, was right behind her in second place, totaling 370.10.

The 200-yard medley relay team of Elle McDonald, Katelyn Kratzke, Lucy Schultz and Ziemke finished second with a time of 2:07.59. McDonald took second in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 1:09.72.

A complete list of times from the Perham-New York Mills girls swimming and diving team is listed below.

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MID-STATE CONFERENCE TEAM SCORES- 1- Park Rapids 523, 2- Detroit Lakes 389, Perham-New York Mills 293

200Y Medley Relay- 2- Elle McDonald, Katelyn Kratzke, Lucy Schultz, Ziemke Taylor 2:07.59; 5- Lucie Meyer, Cate Diggins, Jocelyn Rodewald, Mona Schuette 2:18.38

200Y Freestyle- 5- Maggie Vickmark 2:18.33; 6- Molly Meyer 2:19.93, 7- Megan Galbrecht 2:25.38; 11- Madeleine Lamb 2:44.52

200Y IM- 5- Lucy Schultz 2:37.43; 8- Jacelyn Rodewald 2:52.89; 10- Debora Porcelluzzi 3:05.28

50Y Freestyle- 1- Taylor Ziemke 25.35; 9- Lucie Meyer 29.09; 10- Elle McDonald 29.16; 12- Kacie Riepe 38.27

1M Diving- 1- Lorentz Brittney 405.95; 2- Avery McAllister 370.10

100Y Butterfly- 5- Lucy Schultz 1:10.34; 9- Jacelyn Rodewald 1:24.91; 10- Debora Porcelluzzi 1:25.91; 11- Kylie Lamb 1:27.30

100Y Freestyle- 3- Taylor Ziemke 58.17; 5- Molly Meyer 1:01.86; 11- Mona Schuette 1:14.01; 12 Nora Palubicki 1:27.50

500Y Freestyle- 7- Maggie Vickmark 6:19.08; 8- Megan Galbrecht 6:40.82; 11- Madeleine Lamb 7:19.49

200Y Freestyle Relay- Kjirsten Anderson, Debora Porcelluzzi, Megan Galbrecht, Maggie Vickmark DQ; Lucy Schultz, Elle McDonald, Jaelyn Rodewald

100Y Backstroke- 2- Elle McDonald 1:09.72; 7- Lucie Meyer 1:14.92; 10- Madison Lohse 1:22.96; 11- Josi Mindermann 1:24.29

100Y Breaststroke- 6- Katelyn Kratzke 1:22.83; 7- Cate Diggins 1:23.93; Madison Kratzke 1:27.00; 11- Kjirsten Anderson 1:35.68

400Y Freestyle Relay- 3- Lucie Meyer, Maggie Vickmark, Molly Meyer, Taylor Ziemke 4:12.50; 6- Madeleine Lamb, Josi Mindermann, Nora Palubicki, Cate Diggins 5:18.29

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Perham-New York Mills' Debora Jaelyn Rodewald swims the 200-yard IM at the Mid-State Conference Championships at the Detroit Lakes Community and Cultural Center on Oct. 27, 2022.
Jared Rubado / Perham Focus

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