Southeast High School Raiders

December 10, 2013

Prep roundup: Murray County boys hold on for first victory

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Swimming

• The Northwest girls 200-yard freestyle relay team qualified for state as both the Bruins and Lady Bruins finished second in a three-team meet with Woodland-Bartow and Cass in Adairsville.

The girls finished with 490 points, with Woodland in first (658) and Cass third (345). In the boys meet, Woodland (598) was followed by Northwest (462) and Cass (406).

Macy Maret, Ana Hannah, Dala Hufstetler and Marlee Bingham bettered the state qualifying mark with a time of 1 minute, 52.40 seconds.

Other first place winners for the Lady Bruins were Maret (200 free, 2:20.47; 100 butterfly, 1:15.23), Daniela Hannah (200 individual medley, 2:38.78; 100 breaststroke, 1:23.31), Ana Hannah (500 freestyle, 6:23.82) and Bingham (50 freestyle, 27.95)

The boys were led by Lane Bramblett, who won the 200 freestyle (2:11.02) and the 500 freestyle (6:01.71). Other winners were Matthew Pipkin (50 freestyle, 24.04; 100 freestyle, 54.19) and Alexander Spivey (200 individual medley, 2:29.69). Spivey, Smith and Matthew Pipkin teamed with Michael Pipkin to win the 200 medley relay in a time of 1.51.85.

• Southeast’s first-year squads were third in a three-school meet at Rome’s Darlington that also included Calhoun.

In the girls meet, Darlington won with 143 points to finish ahead of Calhoun (77) and Southeast (51). Kara Ratcliff was the lone winner for the Lady Raiders, taking the 200 individual medley in  3 minutes, 1.71 seconds.

In the boys meet, Calhoun won with 140 points to finish ahead of Darlington (54) and Southeast (45). Christian Hernandez was the lone winner for the Raiders, taking the 50 freestyle in 27.97 seconds.

Wrestling

Southeast 72, Gordon Central 12: Austin Allen wrestled up to 195 pounds and pinned a previously unbeaten Gordon Central wrestler in the first period to lead the Raiders (12-10). Winners by pin for the Raiders were Omar Ruiz (126), Ismael Sandoval (132), Andrew Mays (138), Tyler Brown (152), Dylan Burch (160) and Thomas Smith (113). Chris Rosas (120), Cruz Ruiz (145), Dylan Burch (160), Garrett McClure (170) and Noah Bartenfield (106) all won by forfeit, and Tanner Acosta (182) won by injury default.

• Northwest went 2-1 in the quad-dual match at Gilmer. The Bruins beat North Hall, 42-36, and Union County, 66-0. The host Bobcats beat Northwest 52-21. Jordan Pittman went 3-0 on the day, wrestling at 182 and 170. Alex Reynolds went 2-0 at 145 for the Bruins (14-4).

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