Panthers three-peat as Plymouth Invitational champs


AURORA BOSIA of Plymouth is en route to placing second in the 200-yard freestyle at Saturday’s Panther Invitational. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley AURORA BOSIA of Plymouth is en route to placing second in the 200-yard freestyle at Saturday’s Panther Invitational. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – Strong depth sparked the Plymouth Panthers to their third straight title in the Plymouth Invitational girls swimming and diving meet Saturday.

PHS had at least three placewinners in all nine individual events, including four placewinners in five. The top-16 finishers in all events scored team points.

“I am very proud of the team for winning the Panther Invite. The key for us winning the meet was that our entire team was committed to being there and swimming our best,” said Panther head coach Dave Coley.

The Panthers won the meet going away – racking up 491 points, with Kiel/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah second at 373.

PHS was led by junior Katy Coley who won the 100-yard butterfly in 1 minute, 3.66 seconds. Coley was the team’s only firstplace finisher. Senior Aurora Bosia, a foreign-exchange student from Italy, had a team-high two runner-up finishes. Bosia placed second in the 200 freestyle in 2:06.04 and the 100 freestyle in 58.52 seconds.


SYDNEY KALK of Plymouth competes in the diving event at Saturday’s Panther Invitational. Kalk finished third. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley SYDNEY KALK of Plymouth competes in the diving event at Saturday’s Panther Invitational. Kalk finished third. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley In the 11-dive competition, PHS was led by senior Savannah Arneson who earned second with a career-best score 358.85 points.

“The divers did a great job of starting the morning out with a big lead for Plymouth. Sydney Kalk had her career-high for 11 dives. She is coming off shoulder surgery in late June and is way ahead of schedule in her recovery,” said PHS diving coach Greg Heberlein.

“Savannah was and is still fighting the bug that is going around. She still had her own career best score.”

PHS scored a meet-high 62 team points in the diving event.

“Libby Tournour [sophomore] had a great swim in the varsity 200 free relay, helping it reach a new season-best,” said coach Coley.

The 200 relay captured third in 1:58.83.

Lauren Boos, a senior at ELG, won the 50 freestyle for Kiel/ EL-G in 25.43. Boos took second in the 100 butterfly and anchored her team’s winning 200 freestyle relay which was clocked in 1:46.29. Meredith Boos, Lauren’s sister and a freshman at EL-G, swam on the 200 relay.


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