Girls Varsity Swimming · Girls Swimming & Diving bring back the Greater Genesee County Champion Title

  Place Points
Grand Blanc High School 1st 570
Fenton High School 2nd 484
Powers Catholic High School 3rd 302
Owosso High School 4th 192
Corunna High School 5th 145
Holly High School 6th 118
Swartz Creek High School 6th 118
Davison High School 8th 106
Kearsley High School 9th 98
Brandon High School 10th 65

The Lady Bobcats competed in the 20th Annual Greater Genesee County Invitational Thursday through Saturday at Fenton High School.

It was a highly competitive meet between Grand Blanc and Fenton with both teams wanting to take home the champion title. They are the only two teams to have won the trophy. The Tigers regained the title last year after Grand Blanc had an 11 year winning streak. This year GB was going to fight hard to get it back, but Fenton was going to fight just as hard to keep it.

The divers started off the meet with their prelims competition Thursday night performing their first 8 of 11 dives. Out of a field of 19, the GB divers were able to place themselves in 4th, 5th, 6th, and 10th heading into Saturday’s finals.

Swimming prelims took place Friday afternoon and the Bobcat swimmers were ready to build on what the divers started. Grand Blanc was by far the biggest team in attendance and capitalized on their numbers. A total of 25 swimmers qualified for finals to give the Bobcats 44 races in addition to the 4 divers on Saturday.

Finals began with the 200 Medley Relay. The Bobcats and the Tigers were in adjacent lanes. Throughout the race the teams were neck-and-neck with each relay leg giving it their all. The anchor freestylers were in unison as they approached the end wall. Only 5 one hundredths of a second separated the two relays, both breaking the meet and pool records and qualifying for their state championships. It was the GB relay team of Sophie Curtis, Sarah Hartwell, Allyson Quitos, and Megan Sieloff that posted the faster time and set the tone for the Bobcats for the rest of the day.

All the teams in attendance had great performances throughout the weekend. There were multiple MISCA qualifiers, State qualifiers, and new records set across at least five teams. The Bobcats came home with 12 MISCA qualifications, 3 State qualifications, and a meet record. The Grand Blanc results and full meet results can be found below.

200 Medley Relay
1st – Sophie Curtis, Sarah Hartwell, Allyson Quitos, Megan Sieloff (State Qualify/Meet Record/Pool Record)

200 Freestyle
2nd – Sophie Curtis (MISCA)
4th – Lexi Roth (MISCA)
9th – Hallie Pruitte (MISCA)
11th – Lydia Ferguson

200 Individual Medley
3rd – Sarah Hartwell (MISCA)
6th – Skylar Clark
9th – Elliot Merkel
11th – Stephy Diaz
12th – Delanie Mackie
13th – Harper Merkel

50 Freestyle
1st – Megan Sieloff (State Qualify)
3rd – Estella Grasso (MISCA)
9th – Laurel Ferguson
11th – Annabeth Towarnicky
16th – Jacqueline Towarnicky

4th – Amanda Benchley
6th – Maddie Bearden
7th – Maddy DuHart
10th – Meredith Doan

100 Butterfly
6th – Allyson Quitos (MISCA)
14th – Delanie Mackie
15th – Avery Rosebrough

100 Freestyle
4th – Elizabeth Graham
5th – Estella Grasso
9th – Hallie Pruitte
12th – Annabeth Towarnicky
13th – Leah Groves
15th – Brooklyn Buzzard

500 Freestyle
1st – Megan Sieloff (MISCA)
4th – Kaylie Ayers
5th – Ellie Berry
9th – Lydia Ferguson
12th – Avery Rosebrough
14th – Ashley Green
16th – Kara Duetsch

200 Freestyle Relay
1st – Sophie Curtis, Allyson Quitos, Estella Grasso, Megan Sieloff

100 Backstroke
1st – Sophie Curtis (State Qualify)
5th – Kaylie Ayers (MISCA)
6th – Skylar Clark (MISCA)
9th – Lexi Roth (MISCA)
11th – Elizabeth Graham
12th – Elliot Merkel
13th – Ellie Berry
16th – Leah Groves

100 Breaststroke
3rd – Sarah Hartwell (MISCA)
4th – Allyson Quitos (MISCA)
8th – Harper Merkel
11th – Stephy Diaz
13th – Adriana Hesson

400 Freestyle Relay
2nd – Lexi Roth, Hallie Pruitte, Annabeth Towarnicky, Estella Grasso (MISCA)

Detailed results can be found at