Photo by Shawn Byrne.
KINGMAN – At Del E. Webb Wellness Center, the Lee Williams boys swim team swept Kingman (56-11) and Kingman Academy (49-22) Wednesday. On the girls side, it was the Lady Tigers sweeping Kingman (42-36) and Lee Williams (48-34).
The event winners were: Girls 200-yard medley relay – KAHS (Callie Wright, Brianna Holloway, Sofia Depner, Victoria Depner), 2 minutes, 22.87 seconds. Boys 200 freestyle – James Scholl, KAHS, 2:44.98. Girls – Lauren Jonk, KHS, 2:22.95. Boys 200 individual medley – Nic Depner, KAHS, 2:18.82. Girls – Bryce Shuffler, LWHS, 2:59.41. Boys 50 free – Marco Narvarte, 24.05. Girls – Meghan Yinglin, KHS, 28.25. Boys 100 butterfly – Marco Narvarte, 1:06.85. Girls – Callie Wright, KAHS, 1:28.44. Boys 100 free – Nic Depner, KAHS, 54.35. Girls – Meghan Yingling, KHS, 1:05.72. Boys 500 free – William Rogers, LWHS, 7:56.58. Girls – Lauren Jonk, KHS, 6:20.79. Boys 200 free relay – LWHS (Garrett Newberry, Jacob Harter, Diego Narvarte, Marco Narvarte), 1:57.95. Girls – KHS (Meghan Yingling, Rosanna Volk, Chelsea Heitman, Lauren Jonk), 2:08.63. Boys 100 backstroke – Garrett Newberry, LWHS, 1:19.15. Girls – Sarah Harvancik, 1:23. 60. Boys 100 breaststroke – James Scholl, KAHS, 1:31.42. Girls – Victoria Depner, 1:27.66. Boys 400 free relay – LWHS (William Rogers, Seth Golez, Chase Walther, Jacob Harter), 5:00.13. Girls – KAHS (Stasi White, Callier Wright, Sofia Depner, Victoria Depner), 5:07.00.
LW’s Moyd wins, KHS’ Tsosie second
At Kingman, Lee Williams won the boys six-team race Wednesday, 16 points ahead of second-place Mohave (49-65). Lake Havasu (79) took third, Parker (84) fourth, Kingman (88) fifth, and Kingman Academy (148) sixth.
Lee Williams was led by winner Zach Moyd with a time of 18 minutes, 44 seconds. Cayden Robles (19:12) was fifth for the Vols, Colby Robles (19:56) 11th, D. Bland (20:21) 15th, and Drew Cardiff (20:28) finished 17th.
Kingman was led by Robert Clark (19:40) in sixth, Thomas Bigelow (19:53) ninth, Jonathon Hunt (19:56) 12th, Trey Weaver (21:14) 23rd, and Scotty Winder (23:44) 38th.
Kingman Academy’s Sam Skankey was third with a time of 18:58. G. Stryker (21:56) was 28th, A. Gatineau (22:29) 31st, A. Michelson (23:33) 36th, and J. Appleby (25:31) was 50th.
Lake Havasu won the girls race with 40 points with Kingman on its heels, scoring 49. Lee Williams (60) was fourth, Mohave (69) fifth, and Kingman Academy (152) came in fifth.
Kingman’s Hollie Tsosie led the Lady Bulldogs with her second-place finish in 22:43, 51 seconds behind race winner Kristina Fricke of Lake Havasu. Taylor Tanner (24:13) was sixth for Kingman, Julia Ostberg (25:50) 10th, Lorenza Tubbs (26:18) 13th, and Kyla Silas (26:53) was 18th.
Lee Williams was led by third-place Alondra Correa with a time of 23:16. Karina Lamsus (26:03) was 11th, Cassie Finkbeiner (26:10) 12th, Allie Ragin (26:26) 15th, and Kelly Koebel (26:54) came in 19th.
Kali Lewis led Kingman Academy with a 17th-place finish in 26:39. Serena Parker (28:25) was 27th, Tatianna Welch (28:32) was 29th, Serena Kregler (31:00) 38th, and Raina Zach (33:22) was 41st.
Estrella downs Lee Williams
At Estrella Foothills, despite winning a close set, the Lady Volunteers couldn’t keep the momentum in their 23-25, 25-12, 25-11, 25-18 loss to the host Wolves.
Estrella Foothills (5-2, 4A Southwest) is currently ranked No. 19, and Lee Williams (5-4, 4A Grand Canyon) fell to No. 27.
“We’re playing some good teams,” said LWHS volleyball coach Julia Lasiloo. “The girls are consistently learning new things every game and hoping to put it all together here soon and on to winning more games.”
The Lady Vols have recently lost to No. 4 Flagstaff and No. 9 Coconino.
Sadie Snay led the Lady Vols with 13 assists, nine kill and five digs in the Estrella loss. Holly McFadyen had six kills and three aces, Asheley Sahawneh came up with five kills, three block kills and four digs, and Lorelei Fernandez had seven digs and three aces.
Lee Williams returns to Grand Canyon Region play when they visit No. 1-ranked Prescott (7-0, 4-0) Tuesday.