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Mandeville and Jesuit Repeat as Allstate Sugar Bowl Metro Swimming Champs

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Mandeville High School and Jesuit High School repeated as girls' and boys' champions, respectively, at the 2016 Allstate Sugar Bowl Metro Swimming Championships held on Friday and Saturday at the University of New Orleans Aquatic Center.

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The Mandeville girls won their fourth straight Metro title with 274.5 points while Dominican took second with 258. The Skippers didn't win any individual events, but used depth and a title in the 400-free relay to close the meet. Mount Carmel (244 points) took third place, while Northshore (231) and Saint Scholastica (192) rounded out the top five.

Jesuit, which also captured its fourth straight title, turned in a very impressive performance on the boys' side, tallying 561 points to easily outdistance second-place St. Paul's and its 175 points. The Blue Jays won six of eight individual events and all three relays. Brother Martin was third with 144 points while Northshore (44) and Lusher (128) finished in the top five.

Northshore's Cora Delgado, who won the 200 Free with a time of 1:55.23 and the 100 Fly with a time of 58.98, was named the top female swimmer of the meet. Mandeville's Heidi Fritscher took second in both the 100 free and the 200 free while swimming a leg of her school's winning 400-free relay. Delgado's Northshore teammate, junior Maddie Byrd, also had two victories as she won the 100 back (59.03) and 200 IM (2:12.52).

Rummel's Thomas Vanderbrook was the top male swimmer of the meet, setting a new Metro Meet record by winning the 200 IM with a time of 1:54.33 to break Alton Smith's record from 2001. Vanderbrook placed second in the 100 fly with a 51.64 finishing just behind Jesuit's Jack Jackson (51.43). Jesuit's Josh Armond was also a double-winner, taking titles in the 200-yard free (1:46.11) and the 500 free (4:41.92).

The event featured a total of 48 teams (boys and girls) and almost 500 individual swimmers participating. Teams from the Northshore, Southshore, Thibodaux, Houma and Morgan City joined the New Orleans participants.

Girls' Team Results:
1. Mandeville: 274.5 points
2. Dominican: 258
3. Mount Carmel: 244
4. Northshore: 231
5. St. Scholastica: 192
6. Cabrini: 184
7. Fontainebleau: 183
8. Slidell: 92
9. Lakeshore: 89
10. Lusher: 68
11. Destrehan: 54
12. Northlake Christian: 45
13. Archbishop Hannan: 45
14. McGehee: 33
15. Isidore Newman: 32
16. E.D. White: 25
17. Hahnville: 21
18. Archbishop Chapelle: 18
19. De La Salle: 17.5
20. St. Charles Catholic: 17
21. Metairie Park Country Day: 15
22. Ursuline Academy: 14
23. Pope John Paul II 8
24. Benjamin Franklin: 6
25. Vandebilt: 4

Boys' Teams Results:
1. Jesuit: 561
2. St. Paul's: 175
3. Brother Martin: 144
4. Northshore: 134
5. Lusher: 128
6. Archbishop Rummel: 126
7. Mandeville: 124.5
8. Fontainebleau: 123
9. Pope John Paul II: 117
10. Hahnville: 113
11. Destrehan: 90
12. Slidell: 52
13. Isidore Newman: 51
14. Lakeshore: 38
15. E.D. White: 28
16. Northlake Christian: 28
17. St. Charles Catholic: 26
18. Archbishop Hannan: 20
19. Chalmette: 16
20. Metairie Park Country Day: 10
21. Benjamin Franklin: 6
22. De La Salle: 4
23. Morgan City: 3.5

INDIVIDUAL GIRLS' RESULTS
200-medley relay: 1. Northshore, 1:51.18; 2. Dominican, 1.54.87; 3. Cabrini, 1:57.93.

200 free: 1. Cora Delgado, Northshore, 1:55.23; 2. Heidi Fritscher, Mandeville, 1:57.02; 3. Rachel Fontan, Mandeville, 1:57.74.

200 IM: 1. Maddie Byrd, Northshore, 2:12.52; 2. Emma MacMahon, Dominican, 2:14.10; 2. Gabriella O'Neil, Cabrini, 2:18.55.

50 free: 1. Gabrielle Fouchi, St. Scholastica, 24.55; 2. Kathryn Mipro, Cabrini, 24.86; 3. Maggie Beyrau, Fontainebleau, 25.10.

100 fly: 1. Cora Delgado, Northshore, 58.98; 2. Maggie Beyrau, Fontainebleau, 1:00.58; 3. Elise Hernandez, Fontainebleau, 1:00.76.

100 free: 1. Emily Schexnayder, Mt. Carmel, 53.82; 2. Heidi Fritscher, Mandeville, 54.02; 3. Kathryn Mipro, Cabrini, 54.80.

500 free: 1. Hannah Morris, Dominican, 5:14.32; 2. Rachel Fontan, Mandeville, 5:21.24; 3. Gabriella O'Neil, Cabrini, 5:25.29.

200-free relay: 1. St. Scholastica, 1:41.85; 2. Cabrini, 1:42.47; 3. Mandeville, 1:42.87.

100 back: 1. Maddie Byrd, Northshore, 59.03; 2. Gabriella Fouchi, St. Scholastica, 1:00.66; 3. Emily Schexnayder, Mt. Carmel, 1:01.87.

100 breast: 1. Emma MacMahon, Dominican, 1:08.71; 2. Kaylin Swoboda, Mt. Carmel, 1:08.92; 3. Aubrey St. Pierre, Northshore, 1:09.62.

400-free relay: 1. Mandeville, 3:43.66; 2. Northshore, 3:44.77; 3. St. Scholastica, 3:45.96.


INDIVIDUAL BOYS' RESULTS
200-medley relay: 1. Jesuit, 1:38.67; 2. St. Paul's, 1:44.60; 3. Brother Martin, 1:48.17.

200 free: 1. Josh Armond, Jesuit, 1:46.11; 2. Noah Balbon, Lusher, 1:49.43; 3. Jack Baudouin, Jesuit, 1:51.06.

200 IM: 1. Thomas Vanderbrook, Rummel, 1:54.33; 2. Davis Edwards, Jesuit, 1:55.85; 3. Michael Foley, Jesuit, 1:57.34.

50 free: 1. Noah Wilkens, Jesuit, 21.84; 2. Jack Jackson, Jesuit, 22.14; 3. Connor Schwartz, Jesuit, 22.29.

100 fly: 1. Jack Jackson, Jesuit, 51.43; 2. Thomas Vanderbrook, Rummel, 51.64; 3. Kyle Hladky, St. Paul's, 53.60.

100 free: 1. Michael Foley, Jesuit, 47.90; 2. Chris Mazier, Northshore, 49.04; 3. Connor Schwartz, Jesuit, 49.05.

500 free: 1. Josh Armond, Jesuit, 4:41.92; 2. Davis Edwards, Jesuit, 4:42.54; 3. Michael Bonson, Northshore, 5:06.85.

200-free relay: 1. Jesuit, 1:28.76; 2. Northshore, 1:34.90; 3. Rummel, 1:35.25.

100 back: 1. Charles Korndorffer, Jesuit, 52.28; 2. Noah Wilkens, Jesuit, 54.45; 3. Kyle Hladky, St. Paul's, 55.57.

100 breast: 1. Adam Coignet, Rummel, 1:00.29; 2. Jay Madden, Hahnville, 1:01.85; 3. Chris Mazier, Northshore, 1:02.71.

400-free relay: 1. Jesuit, 3:15.10; 2. Brother Martin, 3:31.12; 3. St. Paul's, 3:31.66.

The Metro Championship is sanctioned by U.S. Swimming and is hosted by Jesuit High School. This is the sixth year that the Allstate Sugar Bowl has sponsored this event.

The Sugar Bowl Metro High School Championship is the premier swimming event for high school athletes in the metropolitan area. The popularity and significance of the event exceeds that of the city and state championship meets as it includes the schools of all five classes of LHSAA, including Catholic, public and private schools - ensuring that the best swimmers compete against each other, regardless of classification. The meet includes schools not only from New Orleans but also from the Northshore and other metropolitan areas.

The mission of the Allstate Sugar Bowl is to sponsor and promote amateur sporting events which will foster revenue and spark economic growth in the city of New Orleans and the state of Louisiana. Through its year-round slate of events, the organization has generated over $2.5 billion of economic impact for the city and the state in the last decade alone.

-www.AllstateSugarBowl.org-

 











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