The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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January 17, 2014

CHS drops dual to Burlington

BURLINGTON — Clinton saw some improvement in placings and times but still saw the short end of the stick facing the Burlington Grayhounds in the swimming pool, 88-82, on Thursday night.

The River Kings’ first win of the night came in the 200-yard individual medley where Trevor Kao swam a 2:14.55, which is nearly on-the-spot of his average at 2:14.00.

In the 200-yard medley relay, the foursome of Kao, Nate Harden, Josh Hill and Koner Frandsen placed second in 1:51.35 while Burlington won in 1:50.65, its season’s best.

In the Clinton district, the River Kings entered Thursday with the fifth-best time, which they attained (according to QuikStats) on Dec. 5 with a time of 1:50.78.

Hill also won the 50 freestyle relay, with a time of 23.79. His time Thursday is a full second behind the district leader, Muscatine’s Alex Walton, who swam a 22.79 on Dec. 19.

Hill was not done winning, though. He won the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:15.83, nearly 30 seconds better than the second-place finisher (Jordan Stevens, 5:46.28). Hill’s season best is a 5:15.00, which he got on Dec. 19.

Aaron Stumbaugh won the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:07.48.

The junior varsity took care of business with an 83-28 win.

BURLINGTON 88, CLINTON 82

200-yard medley relay — 1. Burlington 1:50.65; 2. Clinton (Trevor Kao, Nate Harden, Josh Hill, Koner Frandsen) 1:51.35; 3. Burlington 1:59.35; 4. Clinton (Aaron Stumbaugh, Cameron Weaver, Hugh Clausen, Carlos Perez) 2:08.85; 5. Burlington 2:14.20.

200 freestyle — 1. Tate Sattler (B) 1:55.58; 2. Tristan Hughes (C) 2:15.43; 3. Carson Peck (C) 2:16.15; 4. Zane Jensen (C) 2:20.17; 5. Cody Wright (B) 2:21.81; 6. Noah Goudie (B) 2:30.09.

200 individual medley — 1. Kao (C) 2:14.55; 2. Ian Rowland (B) 2:18.72; 3. Frandsen (C) 2:32.96; 4. Weaver (C) 2:35.06; 5. Adam Mohler (B) 2:35.26; 6. Robert Huschak (B) 2:44.71.

50 freestyle — 1. Hill (C) 23.79; 2. Sattler (B) 24.41; 3. Wesley Johnson (B) 24.62; 4. Kalub Mason (B) 25.16; 5. Ben Lauritzen (C) 27.10; 6. Carlos Perez (C) 29.61.

100 butterfly — 1. Jordan Stevens (B) 57.92; 2. Harden (C) 1:09.73; 3. A. Stumbaugh (C) 1:12.46; 4. Sherman Hartman (B) 1:13.00; 5. Blake Petersen (B) 1:16.31; 6. Hughes (C) 1:17.48.

100 freestyle — 1. Johnson (B) 53.61; 2. Kao (C) 53.69; 3. Sattler (B) 55.05; 4. Frandsen (C) 56.08; 5. Mason (B) 56.57; 6. Peck (C) 59.25.

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