Lady Rams dominate dual meet

Kennedy Cutler started off the meet against East Kentwood with 1st with a state cut time of 1:57.32 in the 200 yard freestyle, with Marissa Marion, Megan Schremp, and Emily Smith following close behind for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. The 200 Yard IM gave the Rams another 1st through 4th finish. Kara Vandawater came in 1st with a time of 2:14.41, Morgan Lipe with a 2:21.48, Kornak-Kotarba with a 2:23.56, and Rachel Fredericks with a 2:31.05. Erin Hudson grabbed another 1st place in the 50 Freestyle, finishing with the state-qualifying time of 25.09. Noble, with a time of 25.63, came in for 2nd place. The Rockford divers also performed well, placing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, Sarah McCabe claiming the 1st place spot with a score of 188.20.

After the diving portion of the meet, the Rams showed no sign of letting up. The 100 Yard Butterfly gave the Rams their third 1st through 4th finish of the night, with Cutler finishing 1st in 59.49 seconds, followed by Trimble, Adrianna Craft and Raymond. Marissa Marion finished 1st in the 100 freestyle, with Hudson and Smith following close behind for 2nd and 3rd. In the 500 Yard Freestyle, Megan Shremp got another state cut for Rockford, finishing with a time of 5:18.75. German exchange student, Helena Becker took 2nd, Kayla Kidder took 3rd, and Courtney Uselton came in 4th. Rockford finished 1st and 3rd in the 200 yard freestyle relay. Vandawater completed the meet with a time of 1:00.57 in her 100 yard backstroke, the fourth individual state-qualifying time of the night for the Rams.

On Thursday, October 11 the Rams swim against Hudsonville.


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