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DCST Claims NCISC "A" Conference Title by 816 Points

DCST Claims NCISC “A” Conference Title by 816 Points

 
                DCST won their 9th consecutive NCISC “A” Conference title in dominating fashion. DCST finished with 2,164 points which easily outdistance second place Oswego’s 1,348 point total. This year’s point total surpassed DCST 2008 point total of 2,131 points, and DCST also increased its margin of victory from 675.5 in 2008 to this year’s 816 point winning margin. One of DCST’s goals for the meet was to have a 60% best time improvement percentage, but DCST came up just short with a 59% time improvement rate (158 best times out of 270 swims).
                DCST Highlights from the meet included the following:
·         5 Age Group Team Championships (8 & Under Girls, 11 – 12 Boys, 13 – 14 Boys, 15 & Over Girls, 15 & Over Boys).  Note – The DCST 13 – 14 Girls finished second by a single point.
·         DCST set 4 new Conference Records
o   Marc Dubrick, Ryan Schultz, Kei Ishimaru and Josh Page (13 – 14 Boys 200 yard Medley Relay)
o   Kei Ishimaru (13 – 14 Boys 100 yard Butterfly)
o   Michael Gordon (15 & Over Boys 200 yard IM)
o   Michael Gordon (15 & Over Boys 100 yard Breaststroke)
·         DCST won 33 events
·         DCST had 84 top 3 finishes
·         DCST had 50 swimmers who had at least 2 season best times on Saturday: Grant Alef (2), Theresa Alef (3), Ty Ament (3), Tyler Berger (3), Austin Bockman (3), Palmer Bubb (2), Michael Carlson (3), Natalie Carlson (2), Phillip Custinger (2), Alex Dewitt (3), Mikaila DiCostanzo (3), Alyssa Ferrigan (2), Grace Flemming (2), Kristina Frohlich (2), Tara Gidaszewski (3), Trey Guzman (3), Katie Hallenbeck (3), Sarah Hein (3), Tyler Hull (3), Kei Ishimaru (3), Casey Jepsen (3), Benjamin Johnson (2), Valerie Jones (2), Jensen Keck (3), Emily Keiner (2), Ryan Lindsey (2), Olivia Lohse (2), Joelle Maish (2), Kellie Marchewka (3), Matthew Marchewka (3), Olivia Martin (3), Alexa Miller (2), Caitlynn Moon (2), Cole Moon (3), Lucy Prais-Lewis (2), Hannah Regan (2), Riley Regan (2), Sarah Robertson (2), Elissa Roose (2), Taylor Roose (2), Bradley Ruetten (2), Sam Seneczko (3), Grace Stiberth (3), Libby Swedberg (2), Kate Taylor (3), Chad Thompson (2), Ella Vietmeier (2), Emily Waller (2), Athena Ye (2), and Allison Yohanan (2).
 
Team Scores
 



 

Place
Girls
Points
Boys
Points
Combined
Points
1
DCST
1,104
DCST
1,060
DCST
2,164
2
Oswego
669
Oswego
679
Oswego
1,348
3
Geneva
658
Cary
633
Geneva
1,232
4
Woodstock
658
McHenry
600
McHenry
1,185
5
McHenry
585
Geneva
574
Woodstock
1,054
6
Algonquin
402
Algonquin
510
Cary
1,034
7
Cary
401
Woodstock
396
Algonquin
912



 

 
Note – Since Algonquin finished 7th, they will move down to the NCISC “B” Conference next year. Rockford won the NCISC “B” Conference this year, so they will move up to the NCISC “A” Conference in 2010.