Jonathan Alder was one of three schools competing in the Division II sectional tournament at Columbus School for Girls Saturday, Feb. 11.
The host Unicorns scored 481 points to out-distance, sectional runner-up Bexley (276) and Alder (121).
The school’s 200-yard Medley Relay of sophomore Emily Matessa, freshman Katie Vaughn, freshman Stasha Dutt and junior Maryn Herring placed third in a time of 2:11.17.
The school’s 200-yard Freestyle Relay was also third (2:00.32), that foursome consisted of Matessa, Vaughn, Herring and freshman Madi Baker.
Individually, Vaughn was third in the 200-yard IM (2:29.73) and fifth in the 500-free (5:55.54). Matessa was fifth in the 100-free (1:02.55) and Herring was fourth in the 100-butterfly (1:05.84).
The Pioneers were represented by senior Ian Herring who finished with a pair of sectional championships, placing first in the 200-freestyle (2:06.84) and the 100-backstroke (1:04.34).
MPHS standout excels
Madison-Plains’ Emma Sampson, a University of Toledo-bound senior, placed fourth in the 200-yard IM (2:16.17) and was second in the 100-yard backstroke (1:02.07) at the D-II sectional held at Columbus Academy Saturday.
Reach Chris Miles at 740-852-1616, ext. 1618 or via Twitter @MadpressSports.
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