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October 15, 2021 BLOOMFIELD HILLS - Williams Natatorium was the site of the Cranbrook Invitational. The host Cranes, Seaholm Maples and Marian Mustangs competed in the two-day event with diving and prelims on Thursday and swim finals on Friday. Marian's already small team was depleted with injuries and illness, which didn't bode well when facing Seaholm, a top-10 school in Division 1 and Cranbrook, last season's Division 3 state champion. However, the Mustangs that did compete turned in some solid swims, finishing third with 203 points. Seaholm was the champion (429) and Cranbrook came in second with 300 points. Senior Julia Waechter won both the 50 yard freestyle (24.47) and the 100 yard freestyle (52.88) and Rachel Bello captured the 100 yard breaststroke title (1:10.54). Complete results can be found HERE ...
October 20, 2021 WATERFORD TOWNSHIP - The Marian varsity swim & dive team has been decimated by illness over the last few weeks, but it didn't stop them from claiming a 112-66 victory over the combined team of University Liggett and Regina Tuesday Night. This is the first year of the Liggett-Regina cooperative program. Both schools have had declining participation, unfortunately. Even so, Marian only held a ten-point lead at the break. Prior to the meet, the Mustangs celebrated the accomplishments and contributions of seniors Julia Waechter and Lilly Masters. Waechter plans to attend Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she will continue her swimming career. Masters plans to attend Pepperdine in Malibu, California and is also considering extending her athletic career there. Grace Morgan led the meet win a diving victory (172.55) Waechter and Masters joined Marianna Becharas and Alyssa Kaitner to win the 200 yard medley relay (1:59.66). Rachel Bello (2:01.89) and Axelle Ballarin (2:12.64) followed up with first and second places in the 200 yard freestyle. Ginger McMahon of Liggett-Regina won both the 200 yard individual medley and the 100 yard breaststroke. Masters captured both the 50 yard freestyle (25.86) and the 100 yard butterfly (1:08.58), while Kaitner won the 100 yard freestyle (1:00.81, just touching out teammate Ballarin (1:00.97). Waechter came through in flying colors again, winning the 500 yard freestyle (5:27.24) and the 100 yard backstroke (1:05.01). The team of Lena McKenney, Ballarin, Masters and Bello won the 200 yard freestyle relay (1:45.74) and the team of Izzie Duzan Bello, Waechter and McKenney took first place in the 400 yard freestyle relay (3:55.49). Complete results can be found HERE ...
October 16, 2021 FREELAND – A shorthanded Marian varsity cross country squad traveled to Saginaw County to compete in the Freeland Invitational Saturday and came away with a 10 th place finish among some of the state’s best teams regardless of class. The Freeland staff did a great job maintaining a very wet course, allowing for some competitive times. Ann Arbor Pioneer (30) dominated the meet with four runners finishing in the top ten, including overall sophomore winner Rachel Forsyth (18:30.70). Northville (55) had a strong showing with two top-ten finishes, while Midland Dow finished third (136). Marian (283) was led by a trio of seniors. Erin Siver (21:48.02), Bella Prezzato (22:12.89) and Natalie Nykerk (22:33.49) all finished in the top 60. Complete results can be found HERE ...