Highlights 2017-2018

Meet #7

At the 1st Annual Cancer Awareness meet, the Lady stallions won the meet, but it was more about those who have survived cancer, still battling and have lost their battle. The meet was dedicated to Coach Liz Foradori, who battles Lymphoma last year and won, and our official Diane, who beat breast cancer and is winning her battle with ovarian cancer. The ladies swam for them, and swam well will 11 season best times, and 5 first place finishes. Congratulations to everyone who swam great!

First place finishers were the 200 Medley Relay Team, Kat Close in the 200 Free, Lana Haynes in the 50 Free, Jocelyn Evert in the 100 Free and Gene Flores in the 100 Breaststroke

Meet #6

Warren Mott: 94 SHHS: 72

The girls swim team swam tough but lost to warren mott 94-72 to fall to 1-1 in the MAC silver.  The stallions swam well, with 8 best times of the year, led by Madison Kimball dropping almost 31 seconds in the 500 freestyle and Autumn Ayivi dropping almost 3.5 seconds, winning the 100 freestyle.  Next up is Bishop Foley up in the pool on Thursday!

Meet #5

SHHS 48, Romeo 132

The Stallions were bitten by the injury and flu bug but swam valiantly again MAC White rivals Romeo, losing a tough meet 132-48. Although the Stallions were missing some key swimmers in vital events, they still swam very well, collecting 13 season best times and first place finisher in the 500, Natalie Schmidt. The ladies swim next against district rivals Warren Mott at Mott on Tuesday in a battle for first place in the MAC Silver.

Meet #4

Meet #4

SHHS 91, South Lake 74

SHHS: 1-0 MAC Silver, 2-1 Overall The lady's swim team won a hard fought meet to open the MAC Silver dual meet season against rival South Lake, 91-74. The ladies trailed by 10 after 6 events, but outscored south lake by 27 points over the last 6 events to finally pull away. Great swims were turned in by Natalie Schmidt's 1st place in the 500 Freestyle, Jocelyn Evert and Gene Flores' big wins in the 100 Backstroke and 100 Breaststroke, respectively, and Kat Close's win in the 200 Freestyle.

Meet #3

SHHS 92

Center Line 75

SHHS 1-1, 0-0 in the MAC Silver

The Stallions swam well with 17 season  best times to defeat the Center Line Panthers in a crossover meet 92-75.  Winning their races were the 200 Medley relay, Kat Close in the 200, Jocelyn Evert in the 100 Backstroke and and Gene Flores in the 100 Breastroke.  Two races came down to less than 5 one-hundredths of a second, where Stallions were out-touched.  All in all, we had great swims up and down the board.  Congrats to Daria Parsina who got her career best in the 200 Freestyle!  Our next meet is next Tuesday against South Lake.

Meet #2

WWT Relays: Stallions finished in 6th place

Record:  0-1, 0-0 in the MAC Silver
The Stallion Swimmers won medals in 5 events against very good competition at the 32nd Annual Warren Woods Tower relays on Friday.  The Stallions were led by 3-medal winners Jocelyn Evert, Kat Close, Gene Flores, Lana Haynes and Autumn Ayivi.  The ladies swam well, and are looking to get into midseason form early in the season.  Their next meet is against Center Line on Tuesday, September 12. 

Meet #1

Lake Shore 101, SHHS 63  SHHS is 0-0, 0-1 overall

Last night the Girls Swim team lost a hard fought meet to Lake Shore 101-63.  The Stallions were well served by their youth on the team, led by freshman Lana Haynes who took second in the 50 and 100 freestyle. Autumn Ayivi swam well in the backstroke, and many other first year swimmers showed tremendous promise.  The veterans on the team swam well, with Jocelyn Evert winning the 100 Backstroke, Kat Close finishing 2nd in the 200 free and Gene Flores finishing 2nd in the 100 breastroke.  The 200 Free relay of Close, Flores, Evert and Hayne finished in first place and the 200 Medley relay dropped nearly 30 seconds from last year’s division meet.  All in all, a good first meet with 20 personal best times.  
Next up is the Warren Woods Tower Relays Friday nights.  On Thursday, Stallion pride was definitely on display!


 

Last Updated: 10/03/2017 by Joel Maceroni
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