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The Antigo Penguins swim club is approaching the end of a banner season, as 36 young swimmers competed in the East Divisional meet in Tomahawk last weekend.

Diving in alongside Antigo and Tomahawk were clubs from Rhinelander, Lakeland, Phillips, Merrill and Medford. Swimmers age 10 and under competed on Saturday and those 11 and older competed on Sunday. As a team Antigo finished the meet in fourth place.

The top nine swimmers in each individual event and the top six teams in each relay race qualified for the Conference meet in Lakeland next weekend. The Penguins will be sending 25 individuals and seven relay teams to the conference meet.

Mya Burt enjoyed a superb day in the age 11-12 group, breaking the 100 yard individual medley Antigo club record with a state qualifying time of 1:10.49. She also qualified for state in the 50 yard freestyle with a second place time of 27.99. Burt capped her divisional meet with two more second place finishes, in the 50 yard backstroke and 100 yard freestyle. All four of her individual event times also qualified for Midwest Regionals.

Holland Tainter zoomed to a state time and qualified for Midwest Regionals in the 100 yard breaststroke with a third place finish of 1:41.95 in the age 9-10 group. Tainter also snagged first place in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 34.50, as well as second in the 50 yard breaststroke and fifth in the 100 yard freestyle.

Josh Zanayed was the third Midwest Regional qualifier for Antigo on the strength of his fourth place time of 43.98 in the age eight and under 50 yard freestyle. Zanayed collected three more ribbons at the meet, racing to second in both the 25 yard freestyle and 100 yard individual medley, and seventh in the 50 yard backstroke.

The Penguins will send five swimmers to the conference meet from the age 13-14 group, led by a pair of second place finishes by Karl Busse, in the 200 and 500 yard freestyle races, as well as a fifth place finish in the 100 backstroke.

Morgan Rank was fast enough to move on in three races, the 100 butterfly, 100 breaststroke, and 200 individual medley. Maggie Baginski, Meredith Meidl, and Makayla Tischendorf qualified in one race each.

Nine Penguins will swim alongside Burt at conference in the age 11-12 group, including seven who qualified in four races each.

Zander Reetz zipped to a first place time of 3:56.59 in the 200 yard individual medley, as well as second place in the 100 yard butterfly. Reetz also qualified in the 100 individual medley and 100 freestyle.

Tristin Arlen dialed long distance with a first place finish in the 500 yard freestyle at 6:47.72. Arlen showed off sprint ability as well, finishing third in the 100 yard backstroke, and qualifying in both the 50 backstroke and 50 breaststroke.

Chloe Tainter's top race was a second place finish in the 200 yard freestyle. She also qualified in the 50 butterfly, 100 freestyle and 50 freestyle.

Ezra Santiago, Dawson Behm, Brion Koszarek and Gordon Lucht all move on to conference in four races as well. Santiago's top finish was a third in the 50 backstroke. Behm's best was fourth in the 100 backstroke. Koszarek placed fourth in the 50 backstroke, and Lucht took sixth in both the 50 and 100 breaststroke races.

Molly Neufeld and Avery Federman qualified for conference in one race each.

In the age 9-10 group, Rutger Busse and Nolan Lucht will both compete at the conference meet in three races. Busse topped out with a third place finish in the 100 individual medley, and Lucht's best race was the 200 freestyle, where he placed fourth.

Alexis Federman qualified for conference in two races, and Evie Lucht in one.

Joining Zanayed at conference in the age eight and under group will be Sawyer Behm, Greyson Reetz, Allyssa Howard and Nate Wild.

Behm and Reetz qualified in three races, each highlighted by third place finishes, Behm in the 25 breaststroke and Reetz in the 100 freestyle.

Howard and Wild both move on in two races. Howard's highest finish was a fourth in the 25 freestyle, and Wild snatched fifth in both the 25 backstroke and 25 breaststroke.

Seven Antigo relay teams qualified for the Conference meet.

- First place, boys eight and under 100 yard freestyle (1:36.57) - Sawyer Behm, Nate Wild, Greyson Reetz, and Josh Zanayed.

- Second place, girls 12 and under 200 yard freestyle (2:01.58) - Tristin Arlen, Molly Neufeld, Chloe Tainter, and Mya Burt.

- Second place, boys 12 and under 200 yard medley (3:03.06) - Brion Koszarek, Gordon Lucht, Ezra Santiago, and Dawson Behm.

- Third place, girls 10 and under 200 yard freestyle (2:50.13) - Alexis Federman, Midori Santiago, Evie Lucht, and Holland Tainter.

- Fourth place, girls 14 and under 200 yard freestyle (2:32.78) - Meredith Meidl, Kiana Arpke, Myah Bolder, and Makayla Tischendorf.

- Fourth place, girls 14 and under 200 yard medley (2:33.19) - Meredith Meidl, Makayla Tischendorf, Morgan Rank, and Maggie Baginski.

- Sixth place, girls eight and under freestyle (2:01.62) - Hannah Zanayed, Layla Tainter, Maggie Wirtz, and Allyssa Howard.

The Penguins enjoyed excellent instruction and support from coaches Janelle Bolder, Michelle Arlen, Vince Federman, and Andrew Tainter.
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Penguin swimmers take fourth in Divisional meet, Conference next
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The Antigo Penguins swim club is approaching the end of a banner season, as 36 young swimmers competed in the East Divisional meet in Tomahawk last weekend.

Diving in alongside Antigo and Tomahawk were clubs from Rhinelander, Lakeland, Phillips, Merrill and Medford. Swimmers age 10 and under competed on Saturday and those 11 and older competed on Sunday. As a team Antigo finished the meet in fourth place.

The top nine swimmers in each individual event and the top six teams in each relay race qualified for the Conference meet in Lakeland next weekend. The Penguins will be sending 25 individuals and seven relay teams to the conference meet.

Mya Burt enjoyed a superb day in the age 11-12 group, breaking the 100 yard individual medley Antigo club record with a state qualifying time of 1:10.49. She also qualified for state in the 50 yard freestyle with a second place time of 27.99. Burt capped her divisional meet with two more second place finishes, in the 50 yard backstroke and 100 yard freestyle. All four of her individual event times also qualified for Midwest Regionals.

Holland Tainter zoomed to a state time and qualified for Midwest Regionals in the 100 yard breaststroke with a third place finish of 1:41.95 in the age 9-10 group. Tainter also snagged first place in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 34.50, as well as second in the 50 yard breaststroke and fifth in the 100 yard freestyle.

Josh Zanayed was the third Midwest Regional qualifier for Antigo on the strength of his fourth place time of 43.98 in the age eight and under 50 yard freestyle. Zanayed collected three more ribbons at the meet, racing to second in both the 25 yard freestyle and 100 yard individual medley, and seventh in the 50 yard backstroke.

The Penguins will send five swimmers to the conference meet from the age 13-14 group, led by a pair of second place finishes by Karl Busse, in the 200 and 500 yard freestyle races, as well as a fifth place finish in the 100 backstroke.

Morgan Rank was fast enough to move on in three races, the 100 butterfly, 100 breaststroke, and 200 individual medley. Maggie Baginski, Meredith Meidl, and Makayla Tischendorf qualified in one race each.

Nine Penguins will swim alongside Burt at conference in the age 11-12 group, including seven who qualified in four races each.

Zander Reetz zipped to a first place time of 3:56.59 in the 200 yard individual medley, as well as second place in the 100 yard butterfly. Reetz also qualified in the 100 individual medley and 100 freestyle.

Tristin Arlen dialed long distance with a first place finish in the 500 yard freestyle at 6:47.72. Arlen showed off sprint ability as well, finishing third in the 100 yard backstroke, and qualifying in both the 50 backstroke and 50 breaststroke.

Chloe Tainter's top race was a second place finish in the 200 yard freestyle. She also qualified in the 50 butterfly, 100 freestyle and 50 freestyle.

Ezra Santiago, Dawson Behm, Brion Koszarek and Gordon Lucht all move on to conference in four races as well. Santiago's top finish was a third in the 50 backstroke. Behm's best was fourth in the 100 backstroke. Koszarek placed fourth in the 50 backstroke, and Lucht took sixth in both the 50 and 100 breaststroke races.

Molly Neufeld and Avery Federman qualified for conference in one race each.

In the age 9-10 group, Rutger Busse and Nolan Lucht will both compete at the conference meet in three races. Busse topped out with a third place finish in the 100 individual medley, and Lucht's best race was the 200 freestyle, where he placed fourth.

Alexis Federman qualified for conference in two races, and Evie Lucht in one.

Joining Zanayed at conference in the age eight and under group will be Sawyer Behm, Greyson Reetz, Allyssa Howard and Nate Wild.

Behm and Reetz qualified in three races, each highlighted by third place finishes, Behm in the 25 breaststroke and Reetz in the 100 freestyle.

Howard and Wild both move on in two races. Howard's highest finish was a fourth in the 25 freestyle, and Wild snatched fifth in both the 25 backstroke and 25 breaststroke.

Seven Antigo relay teams qualified for the Conference meet.

- First place, boys eight and under 100 yard freestyle (1:36.57) - Sawyer Behm, Nate Wild, Greyson Reetz, and Josh Zanayed.

- Second place, girls 12 and under 200 yard freestyle (2:01.58) - Tristin Arlen, Molly Neufeld, Chloe Tainter, and Mya Burt.

- Second place, boys 12 and under 200 yard medley (3:03.06) - Brion Koszarek, Gordon Lucht, Ezra Santiago, and Dawson Behm.

- Third place, girls 10 and under 200 yard freestyle (2:50.13) - Alexis Federman, Midori Santiago, Evie Lucht, and Holland Tainter.

- Fourth place, girls 14 and under 200 yard freestyle (2:32.78) - Meredith Meidl, Kiana Arpke, Myah Bolder, and Makayla Tischendorf.

- Fourth place, girls 14 and under 200 yard medley (2:33.19) - Meredith Meidl, Makayla Tischendorf, Morgan Rank, and Maggie Baginski.

- Sixth place, girls eight and under freestyle (2:01.62) - Hannah Zanayed, Layla Tainter, Maggie Wirtz, and Allyssa Howard.

The Penguins enjoyed excellent instruction and support from coaches Janelle Bolder, Michelle Arlen, Vince Federman, and Andrew Tainter.
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