Panthers roll to victory in season debut


IAN MCCONNAHA of Plymouth competes in the 200-yard freestyle at Tuesday’s swimming meet versus Berlin. McConnaha finished second. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley IAN MCCONNAHA of Plymouth competes in the 200-yard freestyle at Tuesday’s swimming meet versus Berlin. McConnaha finished second. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers won seven of the 10 events as they cruised to an 87-29 win over Berlin in a boys swimming and diving meet Tuesday night at the PHS pool.

The dual was the season debut for the Panthers.

“Berlin only had four swimmers, so it was a very quick meet. That makes it tough for them as they go back-to-back in a number of events,” said Panther head coach Clare Sedlacek. “It was a good way to start the season.”

PHS was led by senior Ryan Holec who was a double-winner. Holec took first in the 50-yard freestyle in 22.56 seconds and the 100 butterfly in 55.00.

“Ryan Holec had an amazing night – picking up right where he left off last year at [Division 2] state – swimming just threetenths of a second slower than his seventh-place time at state in the 50 freestyle and just one second slower than his ninth-place time in the 100 butterfly,” said Sedlacek.


NOAH JOSEPH of Plymouth swims the breaststroke leg in the 200-yard medley relay at Tuesday’s dual meet against Berlin. PHS won the relay. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley NOAH JOSEPH of Plymouth swims the breaststroke leg in the 200-yard medley relay at Tuesday’s dual meet against Berlin. PHS won the relay. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley “His 24.14 50-fly split in the medley relay would have been the sixth-fastest time at [D-2] state last year, and his 22.30 50-free split in the 200 freestyle relay is the fast- est Plymouth time since Cormick Hnilicka’s 21.99 split in 2013.

“Cole Henning did a great job winning the 100 free with a personal best 55.38, then anchoring the medley relay and 400 free relay,” said the coach.

“Riley Josephs had a personal best six-dive score of 188.65 [points].”

Josephs won the diving event.


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