Sunday, October 2, 2022

How Madison Edwood won her seventh consecutive state title in girls’ swimming and diving

Rhinelander was second with 156 points. Barabu – led by senior Ella Lohr’s runner-up in the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststrokes – finished third with 144.

“It certainly feels good that the hard work has paid off,” Reid said after Edgewood came out of the pool after a celebratory jump of victory. “I know myself and all these girls around me working so hard for this moment. It’s so special.”

Enz’s 200 freestyle time of 1 minute, 47.65 seconds eclipsed the 2017 mark of 1:48.38 held by Kelly Rodriguez of Edwood. Ange and Crusaders junior Brian Stacey (1:48.66) finished 1-2 in the event.

“Going in, I wasn’t quite sure,” said Ange. “I didn’t go through the sections as fast as I wanted to. So, I was definitely a little skeptical. But I knew I could do whatever I set my mind to do, and it was something It was something I really wanted to accomplish. And I did.”

She later won the 500 freestyle (4:55.29), with Stacy second (4:56.95) and Edgewood freshman Sylvia Thompson fourth.

The Crusaders team of juniors Sophie Reid, Ange, Stacy and Reid smashed the 2019 Edgewood Division 2 record in the 200 freestyle relay by winning 1:34.46. DeForest finished third.

The Edgewood team of senior Anna Tiduits (who is a UW commit), Stacy, Reid and Enz finished the meeting with a record-setting performance in the 400 freestyle relay, claiming the first 3:25.56 and bettering the 2016 Edgewood record.


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