Chargers junior Allie Dasky, and senior co-captain Sarah Kirtek each had two individual victories Tuesday evening in a meet against Midland at Carmen-Ainsworth. In a meet that was nip-and-tuck all night long, that didn’t turn out to be enough as the Chemics eked out a 93-92 victory over Powers. It all came down to the 400 Freestyle Relay – the final event of the evening. Powers led by a single point going into the event, but Midland won the race and added 8 points to their total, while Powers took second and third – good for 6 points.
Kirtek won the 50 Free (27.07), and the 100 Breaststroke (1:17.23) on the evening. Dasky earned victories in the 200 Free (2:08.89), and the 100 Free (58.22). Freshman Hannah Murawski continued her fine rookie campaign with Powers’ only other individual win on the night in the 100 Backstroke (1:09.44).
Powers’ 200 Medley and 200 Freestyle Relay teams also notched wins on the night. Murawski, Kirtek, Dasky, and senior Sydney Lawrence won the 200 MR (2:04.86), while Dasky, Lawrence, senior co-captain Kristin Ammerman, and senior Kadie Sardo earned top-honors in the 200 FR (1:51.87).
The girls travel back to CA Thursday evening to host Bay City Central and Lapeer in another SVL double-dual tilt.