Prep Roundup - Wheaton Co-op's Bagley nets all-state honors at state swim meet
Erin Bagley posted a top-10 finish Saturday at the IHSA state meet held at Evanston High School. The senior, who was the lone team member to advance to the finals, touched the wall in a time of 1:04.76 in the 100-yard breaststroke, putting her in eighth place.
Bagley also finished 16th in the 200 medley during Friday’s prelims, missing out on moving on by just over one second.
Also competing in the prelims were junior Sarah Bradley (31st in diving), sophomore Amanda Stiegal (36th in the 200 free and 45th in the 100 free) and junior Amy Smith (47th in the 50 free).
The 200 medley relay grouping of Hannah Olsen, Bagley, Elise Hogan and Erin Sivak was 25th with a time of 1:50.15. The 200 free quartet of Stiegal, Sofie Wallock, Alexa Simoneau and Smith was 32nd in 1:40.19. The 400 free relay team of Stiegal, Sivak, Smith and Bagley placed 29th in 3:41.11.
Competing in her final high school state meet, Maya Skorupski went out in style Saturday at Evanston High School. The senior placed fourth in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 56.54.
Skorupski also competed in the prelims of the 50 free, placing 22nd after touching the wall in 24.30 seconds. The cutoff for the finals was 23.90.
The 200 medley relay team of Skorupski, Nicole Reitz, Yvette Kruk and Paulina Konopko was 21st in the prelims with a time of 1:49.48.
The Wildcats fell 46-28 to Queen of Peace Saturday at the Lyons Tournament.
Wheaton Warrenville South
Montini overcame a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Tigers 40-35 at the Schaumburg Thanksgiving tournament Saturday. Meghan Waldron topped the squad with 13 points while Maggie Dansdill added seven.
A day earlier, the Tigers dropped a 43-38 decision to Glenbrook South.
Wheaton Warrenville South opened the season with a 70-44 win over Rockford Boylan Nov. 14. Waldron scored 14 points, Sierra Bisso had 10 and Dansdill finished with nine.
The Falcons fell to 1-2 on the young season with a 56-40 loss to Neuqua Valley Friday. Mandy Traversa scored 12 points to lead the way while Chrissy Baird totaled seven.
A day earlier, the team defeated York 47-42 behind 16 points and 13 rebounds from Traversa. Baird added nine points and 16 rebounds. Reilly Stewart also checked into double figures with 12 points, making 7-of-8 attempts from the free throw line.
Wheaton North opened the 2012-13 campaign with a 60-51 loss to Prospect Nov. 14.
Despite nine points from Abby Olson, the Warriors lost 39-23 to Hinckley-Big Rock on Nov. 15. Christina Garrison added four points.
A day earlier, Wheaton Academy lost 40-32 to Seneca. Ali Grant scored eight points and Jamie Netzley and Emily Janus each tallied five.
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