2020 WIAA Women Division 1 State Meet
With the assistance of three state data and a close to nationwide highschool document, Brookfield East received the state title in Wisconsin’s Division 1 for the 2nd yr in a row. The groups 340 factors have been probably the most scored by a crew on the state meet since 2005.
High 5 Groups
- Brookfield East – 340
- Arrowhead – 323
- Muskego – 226
- Waukesha West – 169
- Waukesha South – 163
On the diving board, Divine Savior Holy Angels’ Kathryn Kleczka posted the highest rating of 423.95, narrowly edging out Sydney Nelson of Arrowhead’s 422.00.
Brookfield East began the swimming portion of the meet robust, successful the 200 medley relay in record-breaking style. The crew of Maggie Wanezek, Lucy Thomas, Reilly Tiltmann, and Abby Wanezek blew away the outdated state document of 1:42.54, set by the college final yr, ending in 1:38.36. In addition they very practically set the nationwide highschool document, set by Fossil Ridge Excessive College in 2018. Fossil Ridge’s document stands at 1:38.13. Brookfield East will return three of its 4 relay members subsequent yr, with solely Tiltmann graduating.
The senior Tiltmann additionally added two particular person state titles on the day. She began with a win, and the fifth quickest time in state historical past, within the 200 free. She beat out final yr’s state champion within the occasion, Abby Carlson, successful the occasion in 1:47.60. Later within the meet, she led a 1-2 end by Brookfield East within the 100 again. Tiltmann was joined by freshman Maggie Wanezek to take the highest spots, ending in 52.14 and 52.47 respectively. Tiltmann completed solely .01 off of the state document within the occasion, held by College of Wisconsin standout and US Nationwide Group member Beata Nelson.
Arrowhead’s Campbell Stoll took the state title within the 200 IM, ending forward of two Brookfield East swimmers in 2:00.60. Final yr, as a freshman, Stoll completed 2nd within the occasion.
The sophomore additionally added a first-place end within the 100 fly. Swimming the fifth quickest time in state historical past, Stoll touched in 53.99.
The 50 free featured one other robust displaying from Brookfield East, as sisters Abby and Maggie Wanezek took the highest two spots. A junior, Abby reset the state document within the occasion, beating Katie Drabot‘s document from 2015. Abby completed in 22.63 whereas Maggie, solely a freshman, touched in 23.01. Maggie’s time ranks her because the seventh quickest in state historical past.
The elder Wanezek sister, Abby, added one other state title within the 100 free. The one swimmer below 50.zero and the second-fastest performer in state historical past, Wanezek completed in 49.48. The state document stands at 48.55, set by Katie Drabot in 2015.
Following two consecutive runner-up finishes on the state meet, Waukesha South senior Abby Carlson led the 500 free in dominating style. Beating out Brookfield East sophomore Reese Tiltmann by 5 seconds, Carlson received the occasion in 4:53.61.
Brookfield East continued their relay dominance within the 200 free relay, successful in 1:34.46. The relay, which didn’t embrace a single graduating member, missed the state document within the occasion by lower than a second.
After serving to her faculty’s 200 medley relay reset the state document and main off their state championship-winning 200 free relay earlier within the meet, Brookfield East’s Lucy Thomas returned to take the person state title within the 100 breast for the second straight yr. Solely a sophomore, Thomas led the sphere by nearly a second. Her time of 1:00.87 is simply .22 off of the state document within the occasion.
The ultimate occasion of the day featured Brookfield East’s Wanezek and Tiltmann sister’s combining to reset the state document within the 400 free relay. The relay’s time of three:20.92 broke the 7-year outdated document within the occasion, beforehand held by Waukesha South. That document was, in 2013, a nationwide public highschool document within the occasion.