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Area swimmers compete for spot at state at sectional meet

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Published: Feb. 22, 2020 at 7:25 PM CST
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After winning the NIC-10 title the week before, Hononegah looked to win its second straight sectional championship. However, Sterling had other ideas, swimming away from the competition to earn its first sectional plaque since 2007.

Team Results

1. Sterling - 286

2. Hononegah - 200

3. Harlem - 147

4. Belvidere North - 140

5. Freeport - 131

6. Boylan - 130

7. Byron - 108

8. Auburn - 92

9. Guilford - 85

10. East - 54

11. Rockford Christian - 16

12. Jefferson - 10

Here are the champions of each event and those who advance to the state finals:

200-Yard Medley Relay

1. Sterling - 1:35.34

200-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Hononegah - 1:29.52

400-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Sterling - 3:15.24

200-Yard Freestyle

1. Carson Faley (Byron) - 1:44.42

200-Yard Individual Medley

1. Jack Wike (Sterling) - 1:54.14

50-Yard Freestyle

1. Calvin Sandefer (Sterling) - 20.81

2. Jacob Stroup (Guilford) - 21.62

Diving

1. Joe Namio (Freeport) - 401.40

2. Apollo Picot (Hononegah) - 332.60

100-Yard Butterfly

1. Reiley Austin (Sterling) - 52.94

100-Yard Freestyle

1. Calvin Sandefer (Sterling) - 46.63

500-Yard Freestyle

1. Carson Faley (Byron) - 4:46.48

100-Yard Backstroke

1. Jack Wike (Sterling) - 51.47

100-Yard Breaststroke

1. Skylar Drolema (Sterling)

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