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Yellowjackets set high marks in home meet with Detroit Lakes

Detroit Lakes-The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team has been through the gauntlet of late. The Yellowjackets have competed in seven meets in the past 17 days. For a team the size of the Yellowjackets it can take its toll. However, spec...

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Perham's Megan Tellinghuisen competes in the 200 freestyle event against Detroit Lakes. Jason Groth/FOCUS

Detroit Lakes-The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team has been through the gauntlet of late. The Yellowjackets have competed in seven meets in the past 17 days. For a team the size of the Yellowjackets it can take its toll. However, spectators wouldn’t realize it on Oct. 6 when an excited group of Yellowjackets took to the pool for their annual home meet with the Detroit Lakes Lakers. The score showed a Detroit Lakes’ 130-53 victory over the Yellowjackets. What the final score doesn’t show was that the Yellowjackets set 14 personal records and qualified two more for the Section 8A meet. “We had a great meet. The girls got to pick their events and we had a lot of personal best times,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “We have two new section qualifiers with Dena Fischer in the backstroke and Emily Martinson in the 50 freestyle.” During the meet, the Yellowjackets honored their parents as well as seniors Kristina Galbrecht and Maddie Rue.
“It’s always hard to say good bye to our seniors. Kristina Galbrecht has been a great leader for us,” Wrangham said. “Maddie Rue came over from Frazee to dive for us and has done an awesome job. We wish she would have been with us since seventh grade. We are going to miss her.” Wrangham said the team continues to drop time, which is a good sign for the Yellowjackets, despite the grueling schedule. “We have way too many meets but the girls are holding out well and swimming well,” Wrangham said. “We love swimming against Detroit Lakes because it’s fast competition and it brings out the best in our girls.” Junior Anna Dale said she was proud of her teammates for how they have handled the adversity. “I thought we did really well as a team. We have a little bit of a sickness going around and some injuries,” Dale said. “I was really proud of how people are dealing with them in a positive way mentally by pushing through.” Dale added that it has been hard on the team with the grueling schedule. “I think we are getting drained but it’s almost an endurance workout every meet for us,” Dale said. “I think it will make us stronger at the end with how many meets we have and being able to see so much competition.” The Yellowjackets finished with two first place finishes with Dale winning the 100 freestyle and Maggie Ingebrand taking the 100 breaststroke. “We had a lot of personal records today,” Galbrecht said. “They are keeping good times and doing well.” Wrangham said the team’s continued improvement comes from their hard work in practice. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2062272","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","title":"Fischer","width":"480"}}]] “The girls are really improving. Our turns have vastly improved,” Wrangham said. “We are just getting touched out in the finishes and that’s way better than we used to be. They are doing an awesome job.” The Yellowjackets earned a second place finish in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:10.69, with the team of Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson and Megan Tellinghuisen. Tellinghuisen followed with a second place finish in the 200 freestyle, with a time of 2:19.41. Dale was second in the 200 individual medley, finishing with a time of 2:33.74. Lacy Richter finished second in the 50 freestyle. She had a time of 28.63. Hanson was second in the 100 butterfly, ending with a time of 1:12.71. Dale’s time of 58.91 was the fastest in the 100 freestyle. The team of Dale, Hanson, Tellinghuisen and Richter came in second in the 200 freestyle, finishing at 1:52.58. Ingebrand was victorious in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:20.93. The Yellowjackets return to action on Monday, Oct. 12 with a meet in Staples.   Detroit Lakes      130 Perham               53   Individual Results 200 medley relay- 1, DL, 2:08.31; 2, PER, Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:10.69; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Annika Werner, 2:21.57; 6, PER, Dena Fischer, Tihana Milosevic, Netta Reitmeyer, Malaysia Gilster, 2:37.13; 200 freestyle- 1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 2:05.67; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.41; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.99; 200 individual medley-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 2:21.34; 2, PER, Anna Dale, 2:33.74; 50 freestyle-1, DL, Maddie Henderson, 28.54; 2, PER, Lacy Richter, 28.63; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, 29.37; Diving-1, DL, Emma Disse, 254.75; 4, PER, Dena Fischer, 201.75; 5, PER, Maddie Rue, 170.65; 9, PER, Anni Kovar, 147.15; 100 butterfly-1, DL, Kenna Krengel, 1:12.13; 2, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:12.71; 100-freestyle-1, PER, Anna Dale, 58.91; 3, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.31; 5, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:03.78; 500-freestyle-1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 5:37.31; 4, PER, Annika Werner, 6:50.66; 200 freestyle relay-1, DL, 1:51.96; 2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.58; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Madi Ebeling, 2:05.87; 100 backstroke-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 1:06.56; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:18.19; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:20.16; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.61;  100 breaststroke-1, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:20.93;6, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:25.15; 7, PER, Tihana Milosevic, 1:27.58; 400 freestyle relay-1, DL, 4:03.51; 3, PER, Dena Fischer, Annika Werner, Dixie Carow, Kristina Galbrecht, 4:44.25.Detroit Lakes-The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team has been through the gauntlet of late. The Yellowjackets have competed in seven meets in the past 17 days. For a team the size of the Yellowjackets it can take its toll. However, spectators wouldn’t realize it on Oct. 6 when an excited group of Yellowjackets took to the pool for their annual home meet with the Detroit Lakes Lakers. The score showed a Detroit Lakes’ 130-53 victory over the Yellowjackets. What the final score doesn’t show was that the Yellowjackets set 14 personal records and qualified two more for the Section 8A meet. “We had a great meet. The girls got to pick their events and we had a lot of personal best times,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “We have two new section qualifiers with Dena Fischer in the backstroke and Emily Martinson in the 50 freestyle.” During the meet, the Yellowjackets honored their parents as well as seniors Kristina Galbrecht and Maddie Rue. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2062271","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","title":"Galbrecht","width":"480"}}]] “It’s always hard to say good bye to our seniors. Kristina Galbrecht has been a great leader for us,” Wrangham said. “Maddie Rue came over from Frazee to dive for us and has done an awesome job. We wish she would have been with us since seventh grade. We are going to miss her.” Wrangham said the team continues to drop time, which is a good sign for the Yellowjackets, despite the grueling schedule. “We have way too many meets but the girls are holding out well and swimming well,” Wrangham said. “We love swimming against Detroit Lakes because it’s fast competition and it brings out the best in our girls.” Junior Anna Dale said she was proud of her teammates for how they have handled the adversity. “I thought we did really well as a team. We have a little bit of a sickness going around and some injuries,” Dale said. “I was really proud of how people are dealing with them in a positive way mentally by pushing through.” Dale added that it has been hard on the team with the grueling schedule. “I think we are getting drained but it’s almost an endurance workout every meet for us,” Dale said. “I think it will make us stronger at the end with how many meets we have and being able to see so much competition.” The Yellowjackets finished with two first place finishes with Dale winning the 100 freestyle and Maggie Ingebrand taking the 100 breaststroke. “We had a lot of personal records today,” Galbrecht said. “They are keeping good times and doing well.” Wrangham said the team’s continued improvement comes from their hard work in practice.
“The girls are really improving. Our turns have vastly improved,” Wrangham said. “We are just getting touched out in the finishes and that’s way better than we used to be. They are doing an awesome job.” The Yellowjackets earned a second place finish in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:10.69, with the team of Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson and Megan Tellinghuisen. Tellinghuisen followed with a second place finish in the 200 freestyle, with a time of 2:19.41. Dale was second in the 200 individual medley, finishing with a time of 2:33.74. Lacy Richter finished second in the 50 freestyle. She had a time of 28.63. Hanson was second in the 100 butterfly, ending with a time of 1:12.71. Dale’s time of 58.91 was the fastest in the 100 freestyle. The team of Dale, Hanson, Tellinghuisen and Richter came in second in the 200 freestyle, finishing at 1:52.58. Ingebrand was victorious in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:20.93. The Yellowjackets return to action on Monday, Oct. 12 with a meet in Staples.   Detroit Lakes      130 Perham               53   Individual Results 200 medley relay- 1, DL, 2:08.31; 2, PER, Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:10.69; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Annika Werner, 2:21.57; 6, PER, Dena Fischer, Tihana Milosevic, Netta Reitmeyer, Malaysia Gilster, 2:37.13; 200 freestyle- 1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 2:05.67; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.41; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.99; 200 individual medley-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 2:21.34; 2, PER, Anna Dale, 2:33.74; 50 freestyle-1, DL, Maddie Henderson, 28.54; 2, PER, Lacy Richter, 28.63; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, 29.37; Diving-1, DL, Emma Disse, 254.75; 4, PER, Dena Fischer, 201.75; 5, PER, Maddie Rue, 170.65; 9, PER, Anni Kovar, 147.15; 100 butterfly-1, DL, Kenna Krengel, 1:12.13; 2, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:12.71; 100-freestyle-1, PER, Anna Dale, 58.91; 3, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.31; 5, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:03.78; 500-freestyle-1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 5:37.31; 4, PER, Annika Werner, 6:50.66; 200 freestyle relay-1, DL, 1:51.96; 2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.58; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Madi Ebeling, 2:05.87; 100 backstroke-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 1:06.56; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:18.19; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:20.16; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.61;  100 breaststroke-1, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:20.93;6, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:25.15; 7, PER, Tihana Milosevic, 1:27.58; 400 freestyle relay-1, DL, 4:03.51; 3, PER, Dena Fischer, Annika Werner, Dixie Carow, Kristina Galbrecht, 4:44.25.Detroit Lakes-The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team has been through the gauntlet of late.The Yellowjackets have competed in seven meets in the past 17 days. For a team the size of the Yellowjackets it can take its toll.However, spectators wouldn’t realize it on Oct. 6 when an excited group of Yellowjackets took to the pool for their annual home meet with the Detroit Lakes Lakers.The score showed a Detroit Lakes’ 130-53 victory over the Yellowjackets. What the final score doesn’t show was that the Yellowjackets set 14 personal records and qualified two more for the Section 8A meet.“We had a great meet. The girls got to pick their events and we had a lot of personal best times,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “We have two new section qualifiers with Dena Fischer in the backstroke and Emily Martinson in the 50 freestyle.”During the meet, the Yellowjackets honored their parents as well as seniors Kristina Galbrecht and Maddie Rue.
“It’s always hard to say good bye to our seniors. Kristina Galbrecht has been a great leader for us,” Wrangham said. “Maddie Rue came over from Frazee to dive for us and has done an awesome job. We wish she would have been with us since seventh grade. We are going to miss her.”Wrangham said the team continues to drop time, which is a good sign for the Yellowjackets, despite the grueling schedule.“We have way too many meets but the girls are holding out well and swimming well,” Wrangham said. “We love swimming against Detroit Lakes because it’s fast competition and it brings out the best in our girls.”Junior Anna Dale said she was proud of her teammates for how they have handled the adversity.“I thought we did really well as a team. We have a little bit of a sickness going around and some injuries,” Dale said. “I was really proud of how people are dealing with them in a positive way mentally by pushing through.”Dale added that it has been hard on the team with the grueling schedule.“I think we are getting drained but it’s almost an endurance workout every meet for us,” Dale said. “I think it will make us stronger at the end with how many meets we have and being able to see so much competition.”The Yellowjackets finished with two first place finishes with Dale winning the 100 freestyle and Maggie Ingebrand taking the 100 breaststroke.“We had a lot of personal records today,” Galbrecht said. “They are keeping good times and doing well.”Wrangham said the team’s continued improvement comes from their hard work in practice.[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2062272","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","title":"Fischer","width":"480"}}]]“The girls are really improving. Our turns have vastly improved,” Wrangham said. “We are just getting touched out in the finishes and that’s way better than we used to be. They are doing an awesome job.”The Yellowjackets earned a second place finish in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:10.69, with the team of Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson and Megan Tellinghuisen.Tellinghuisen followed with a second place finish in the 200 freestyle, with a time of 2:19.41.Dale was second in the 200 individual medley, finishing with a time of 2:33.74.Lacy Richter finished second in the 50 freestyle. She had a time of 28.63.Hanson was second in the 100 butterfly, ending with a time of 1:12.71.Dale’s time of 58.91 was the fastest in the 100 freestyle.The team of Dale, Hanson, Tellinghuisen and Richter came in second in the 200 freestyle, finishing at 1:52.58.Ingebrand was victorious in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:20.93.The Yellowjackets return to action on Monday, Oct. 12 with a meet in Staples. Detroit Lakes      130Perham               53 Individual Results200 medley relay- 1, DL, 2:08.31; 2, PER, Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:10.69; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Annika Werner, 2:21.57; 6, PER, Dena Fischer, Tihana Milosevic, Netta Reitmeyer, Malaysia Gilster, 2:37.13; 200 freestyle- 1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 2:05.67; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.41; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.99; 200 individual medley-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 2:21.34; 2, PER, Anna Dale, 2:33.74; 50 freestyle-1, DL, Maddie Henderson, 28.54; 2, PER, Lacy Richter, 28.63; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, 29.37; Diving-1, DL, Emma Disse, 254.75; 4, PER, Dena Fischer, 201.75; 5, PER, Maddie Rue, 170.65; 9, PER, Anni Kovar, 147.15; 100 butterfly-1, DL, Kenna Krengel, 1:12.13; 2, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:12.71; 100-freestyle-1, PER, Anna Dale, 58.91; 3, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.31; 5, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:03.78; 500-freestyle-1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 5:37.31; 4, PER, Annika Werner, 6:50.66; 200 freestyle relay-1, DL, 1:51.96; 2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.58; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Madi Ebeling, 2:05.87; 100 backstroke-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 1:06.56; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:18.19; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:20.16; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.61;  100 breaststroke-1, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:20.93;6, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:25.15; 7, PER, Tihana Milosevic, 1:27.58; 400 freestyle relay-1, DL, 4:03.51; 3, PER, Dena Fischer, Annika Werner, Dixie Carow, Kristina Galbrecht, 4:44.25.Detroit Lakes-The Perham Yellowjacket swimming and diving team has been through the gauntlet of late.The Yellowjackets have competed in seven meets in the past 17 days. For a team the size of the Yellowjackets it can take its toll.However, spectators wouldn’t realize it on Oct. 6 when an excited group of Yellowjackets took to the pool for their annual home meet with the Detroit Lakes Lakers.The score showed a Detroit Lakes’ 130-53 victory over the Yellowjackets. What the final score doesn’t show was that the Yellowjackets set 14 personal records and qualified two more for the Section 8A meet.“We had a great meet. The girls got to pick their events and we had a lot of personal best times,” Perham Head Coach Natalie Wrangham said. “We have two new section qualifiers with Dena Fischer in the backstroke and Emily Martinson in the 50 freestyle.”During the meet, the Yellowjackets honored their parents as well as seniors Kristina Galbrecht and Maddie Rue.[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2062271","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","title":"Galbrecht","width":"480"}}]]“It’s always hard to say good bye to our seniors. Kristina Galbrecht has been a great leader for us,” Wrangham said. “Maddie Rue came over from Frazee to dive for us and has done an awesome job. We wish she would have been with us since seventh grade. We are going to miss her.”Wrangham said the team continues to drop time, which is a good sign for the Yellowjackets, despite the grueling schedule.“We have way too many meets but the girls are holding out well and swimming well,” Wrangham said. “We love swimming against Detroit Lakes because it’s fast competition and it brings out the best in our girls.”Junior Anna Dale said she was proud of her teammates for how they have handled the adversity.“I thought we did really well as a team. We have a little bit of a sickness going around and some injuries,” Dale said. “I was really proud of how people are dealing with them in a positive way mentally by pushing through.”Dale added that it has been hard on the team with the grueling schedule.“I think we are getting drained but it’s almost an endurance workout every meet for us,” Dale said. “I think it will make us stronger at the end with how many meets we have and being able to see so much competition.”The Yellowjackets finished with two first place finishes with Dale winning the 100 freestyle and Maggie Ingebrand taking the 100 breaststroke.“We had a lot of personal records today,” Galbrecht said. “They are keeping good times and doing well.”Wrangham said the team’s continued improvement comes from their hard work in practice.
“The girls are really improving. Our turns have vastly improved,” Wrangham said. “We are just getting touched out in the finishes and that’s way better than we used to be. They are doing an awesome job.”The Yellowjackets earned a second place finish in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:10.69, with the team of Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson and Megan Tellinghuisen.Tellinghuisen followed with a second place finish in the 200 freestyle, with a time of 2:19.41.Dale was second in the 200 individual medley, finishing with a time of 2:33.74.Lacy Richter finished second in the 50 freestyle. She had a time of 28.63.Hanson was second in the 100 butterfly, ending with a time of 1:12.71.Dale’s time of 58.91 was the fastest in the 100 freestyle.The team of Dale, Hanson, Tellinghuisen and Richter came in second in the 200 freestyle, finishing at 1:52.58.Ingebrand was victorious in the 100 breaststroke. She finished with a time of 1:20.93.The Yellowjackets return to action on Monday, Oct. 12 with a meet in Staples. Detroit Lakes      130Perham               53 Individual Results200 medley relay- 1, DL, 2:08.31; 2, PER, Anna Carlson, Maggie Ingebrand, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:10.69; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, Emily Martinson, Dixie Carow, Annika Werner, 2:21.57; 6, PER, Dena Fischer, Tihana Milosevic, Netta Reitmeyer, Malaysia Gilster, 2:37.13; 200 freestyle- 1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 2:05.67; 2, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 2:19.41; 5, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 2:34.99; 200 individual medley-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 2:21.34; 2, PER, Anna Dale, 2:33.74; 50 freestyle-1, DL, Maddie Henderson, 28.54; 2, PER, Lacy Richter, 28.63; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, 29.37; Diving-1, DL, Emma Disse, 254.75; 4, PER, Dena Fischer, 201.75; 5, PER, Maddie Rue, 170.65; 9, PER, Anni Kovar, 147.15; 100 butterfly-1, DL, Kenna Krengel, 1:12.13; 2, PER, Morgan Hanson, 1:12.71; 100-freestyle-1, PER, Anna Dale, 58.91; 3, PER, Megan Tellinghuisen, 1:00.31; 5, PER, Lacy Richter, 1:03.78; 500-freestyle-1, DL, Jennifer Tracy, 5:37.31; 4, PER, Annika Werner, 6:50.66; 200 freestyle relay-1, DL, 1:51.96; 2, PER, Anna Dale, Morgan Hanson, Megan Tellinghuisen, Lacy Richter, 1:52.58; 5, PER, Emily Martinson, Tihana Milosevic, Maggie Ingebrand, Madi Ebeling, 2:05.87; 100 backstroke-1, DL, Sydney Gulon, 1:06.56; 4, PER, Kristina Galbrecht, 1:18.19; 5, PER, Dena Fischer, 1:20.16; 6, PER, Dixie Carow, 1:23.61;  100 breaststroke-1, PER, Maggie Ingebrand, 1:20.93;6, PER, Emily Martinson, 1:25.15; 7, PER, Tihana Milosevic, 1:27.58; 400 freestyle relay-1, DL, 4:03.51; 3, PER, Dena Fischer, Annika Werner, Dixie Carow, Kristina Galbrecht, 4:44.25.

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