Swimming and Diving: Little Falls tops Albany for another Granite Ridge win

By PATRICK SLACK
Sports Editor

Little Falls vs. Albany swimming photo gallery

Little Falls sophomore Kirsten Holtz completes the backstroke portion of the 200-yard individual medley against visiting Albany, Oct. 3. Holtz outdistanced her nearest competitor by nearly seven seconds, winning the event in 2:35.8 to help the Flyers to a 101-83 victory.

Little Falls sophomore Kirsten Holtz completes the backstroke portion of the 200-yard individual medley against visiting Albany, Oct. 3. Holtz outdistanced her nearest competitor by nearly seven seconds, winning the event in 2:35.8 to help the Flyers to a 101-83 victory.

Little Falls breezed to another Granite Ridge Conference win, Oct. 3, defeating visiting Albany 101-83 to improve its record to 4-1 in conference action.

Sophomore Makyla Klever placed first in all four events she participated in to lead the Flyers on the night.

Klever won the 50-yard freestyle (27.1) and 100 free (59.75) and was part of the winning 200 medley relay team that included sophomore Abby Swanson, eighth-grader Abby Van Heel and junior Mati Gold (2:05.81) and the first-place 200 free relay team that included Van Heel, Gold and sophomore Kaitlyn Holtz (1:54.68).

Also winning in the pool were sophomore Kirsten Holtz in the 200 individual medley (2:35.8) and eighth-grader Rachel Reller in the 100 backstroke (1:14.38), with sophomore Gabby Lyter winning the 1-meter dive (191.95).

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