Behind three championships, the Greenfield girls swimming team captured second place in the Watertown Invitational on Oct. 8.
Winning were Elizabeth Misorski in the 200-yard individual medley at 2 minutes, 25.19 seconds; Olivia Davis in the 100 butterfly with 1:09.48; and Lily Lustig in the 500 freestyle with 5:33.73.
They helped the TigerHawks tally 459 points for the runner-up spot behind Waukesha West/Catholic Memorial's 595 points in the six-team meet.
Trio of seconds
The team also collected three seconds: Misorski in the 100 backstroke (1:08.09); the 200 medley relay team of Misorski, Sophia Davis, Madison Misko and Allison Heil (2:05.51); and the 400 freestyle unit of Misorski, Gabrielle Goodbear, Sophia Davis and Lustig (4:14.87).
Finishing third were Lustig in the 200 freestyle (2:07.67) and Goodbear in the 500 freestyle (5:55.02), and taking fourth were Sophia Davis in the 200 individual medley (2:31.45); Misko in both the 50 freestyle (26.67 seconds) and the 100 freestyle (1:01.28); Alyssa Hassel in the 100 backstroke (1:11.6); and the 200 freestyle relay of Misko, Heil, Serena Goodbear and Lustig (1:56.97).
Coming in fifth were Gabrielle Goodbear in the 200 freestyle (2:13.4), Olivia Misorski in the 100 butterfly (1:18.92) and Sophia Davis in the 100 breaststroke (1:18.86).
Taking sixth were Hassel in the 200 IM (2:36.8), Sophie Gerard in the 100 butterfly (1:20.35) and Olivia Davis in the 500 freestyle (6:36.23).
Claiming seventh were the 200 medley B team of Hassel, Gabrielle Goodbear, Olivia Davis and Girard (2:10.97) and the 200 freestyle B team of Megan Zunker, Girard, Olivia Misorski and Olivia Davis (2:04.87).
Girard took eighth in the 500 freestyle (6:47.35), and the 400 freestyle B team of Hassel, Olivia Misorski, Alyssa Kotke and Serena Goodbear was also eighth (4:38.45).
The TigerHawks beat New Berlin West, 104-79, in a Woodland Conference dual meet on Oct. 5.
Coach Dale Schrank is happy with his team's performance, especially since the TigerHawks have faced a number of injuries and other health problems.
"We are continuing to improve, despite all the health concerns, and hopefully can get through the next three weeks without any major setbacks," he said. "We have a great chance to win the (Woodland) Conference meet, but if anyone goes down, we would be in deep trouble. For us to be in contention, we need everybody to score."
Lustig wins twice
Against New Berlin West, Lustig won the 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke, and Gabrielle Goodbear captured the 100 and 200 freestyle races. Misko won the 50 freestyle with 26.99.
The swimmer of the meet was Olivia Davis with personal bests in the 100 butterfly and 500 freestyle, and Girard posted a personal best in the 500 freestyle.
"If we can get ourselves healthier, and if we can continue to train well, I think this season will truly be one of great memories," Schrank said.