The Duneland Swim
Club picked up 28 medals on its way to another top 10 finish in the
Age-Group State Championship held at the IUPUI Natatorium July 24-26.
It was the seventh
consecutive top 10 finish for the Duneland Swim Club.
through with individual medals for 10-year-old Isabella Smith who finished
with top eight results in three events. The 9-10 relay of Smith, Madelin
Billings, Anna Hunter and Jordan Alders also finished eighth overall in the
200 Medley Relay.
The 9-10 boysí
Alejandro Kincaid received six individual medals, including gold in the 100
Fly. Kincaid also participated in a relay with Zander Fish, Joel Raines and
Alex Henderson that finished eighth in the 200 Free Relay.
girls relay, consisting of Abi Raines, Olivia Kroeger, Sophia Fill and Abby
Henderson, reached the podium with an eighth place finish in the 200 Medley
Rained was fifth in the 100 Free, while Kroeger was fifth in the 100 Fly.
Gill, Henderson and Hannah Stewart also swam events for Duneland.
The 11-12 boys
relay team of Andrew Alders, Ryan Kendall, Gabe Kroeger and Carter Casbon
landed a fifth place finish in the 200 Free Relay.
Alders and Kroeger
each brought homer multiple individual medals. Alders finished in the top
eight four times, while Kroeger took home six medals that included golds in
the 50 and 100 Fly. Also participating individually were Kendall, Jack
Wheele, Connor Casbon, Carter Casbon, Eric Carlson and Hunter Carlson.
Kallay and Sam Kravitz each medaled in the 13-14 age division. Kallay took
sixth in the 200 and 400 Free, while Kravitz finished third in the 50 Free.
swimmers included Lily Adney, Katie Craig, Jennifer Gillen, Alexandra Smith,
Nathan Carlson, Ben Fickel, Nick Hanas, Bobby Kallay, Danny Schmiegel, Noah
VanNevel and Ethan Wing.
The Duneland Swim
Club is coached by Jim Voss and he is assisted by Christy Kallay, Mindi
Billings and Gabrielle Rapin.
The Swim Club is
holding registration for new swimmers Sept. 3-4 from 5-6 p.m. at the
Chesterton Middle School pool. Visit