Top Swimmers

Top Swimmers

Postby Curveball » Thu Oct 16, 2008 10:14 am

I just wanted to know some of your guy's opinions on the best swimmers from around the state
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby knual » Fri Nov 14, 2008 10:06 am

These swimmers will have the best shot at individual state titles
Lexi Halberstadt-Shanley-50F-100Fly
Kelsey Richels-Wap-100F
Maggie Beck-Minot-100Back-200IM
Ashley Reiter-WF-100BR-
Dagny KnutsonMinot-200F-500F
Ali Church-GF Cent- is also a great swimmer, she ended up in Dagny Knutson's events this year
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby toddjames » Sat Nov 15, 2008 11:49 pm

knual wrote:These swimmers will have the best shot at individual state titles
Lexi Halberstadt-Shanley-50F-100Fly
Kelsey Richels-Wap-100F
Maggie Beck-Minot-100Back-200IM
Ashley Reiter-WF-100BR-
Dagny KnutsonMinot-200F-500F
Ali Church-GF Cent- is also a great swimmer, she ended up in Dagny Knutson's events this year


Yup, pretty much right on ... Knutson just destroyed at the state meet, breaking three national high school records..
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby blue steel » Thu Nov 20, 2008 11:29 am

I think I'm gonna go out on a limb and predict the upset of Church over Knutson. You heard it here first.
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby knual » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:21 am

blue steel you missed it by just a little bit, but you took a chance
go to swim world magazine morning show and watch the last half of wed the 20th of nov. show
very exciting about ND and knutson
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby Franktv » Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:37 pm

Maggie Beck from Minot easily has the best shot at winning the 2 state titles this year. Her 100m backstroke is by far the best in the state of ND, and she is also impressive in the 200m. I give props out to Maggie and the Minot team for their swagger. They are hard workers. 8)
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby ndpreps09 » Wed Mar 04, 2009 4:15 pm

Franktv wrote:Maggie Beck from Minot easily has the best shot at winning the 2 state titles this year. Her 100m backstroke is by far the best in the state of ND, and she is also impressive in the 200m. I give props out to Maggie and the Minot team for their swagger. They are hard workers. 8)



I dont think so, Maggie is a good swimmer but by far not the best in the state. Her backstroke is not as good as people hype it up to be. Ill tell u who is the best swimmer in state, a guy by the name of Salomon Shangi. Not many people know about him but he will be makin some noise in competitive swimming this year.

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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby MVP510 » Wed Mar 04, 2009 11:00 pm

ndpreps09 wrote:
Franktv wrote:Maggie Beck from Minot easily has the best shot at winning the 2 state titles this year. Her 100m backstroke is by far the best in the state of ND, and she is also impressive in the 200m. I give props out to Maggie and the Minot team for their swagger. They are hard workers. 8)



I dont think so, Maggie is a good swimmer but by far not the best in the state. Her backstroke is not as good as people hype it up to be. Ill tell u who is the best swimmer in state, a guy by the name of Salomon Shangi. Not many people know about him but he will be makin some noise in competitive swimming this year.

An exchange student from Nigeria, not sure where he is going to school though, but he is one great swimmer
GOOD LUCK SALOMON


Salomon Shangi..... I have two words for you......O MY! This guy is electric in the pool. Move over Phelps cuz Salomon is about to break all the records.
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby BearDogs0911 » Sat Mar 07, 2009 2:58 am

MVP510 wrote:
ndpreps09 wrote:
Franktv wrote:Maggie Beck from Minot easily has the best shot at winning the 2 state titles this year. Her 100m backstroke is by far the best in the state of ND, and she is also impressive in the 200m. I give props out to Maggie and the Minot team for their swagger. They are hard workers. 8)



I dont think so, Maggie is a good swimmer but by far not the best in the state. Her backstroke is not as good as people hype it up to be. Ill tell u who is the best swimmer in state, a guy by the name of Salomon Shangi. Not many people know about him but he will be makin some noise in competitive swimming this year.

An exchange student from Nigeria, not sure where he is going to school though, but he is one great swimmer
GOOD LUCK SALOMON



Salomon Shangi..... I have two words for you......O MY! This guy is electric in the pool. Move over Phelps cuz Salomon is about to break all the records.



I think im gunna have to agree with you guys there. I've seen this guy swim and he is pretty much amazing!
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby Coolkid999 » Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:16 pm

Watch out for joey rasmus from fargo south. i heard it was his 1st year and he made it to state his 1st year. he is very athletic
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby United012 » Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:10 pm

also be aware of Chris Beyer from FSH. he just moved here about a month ago from like illinois and he was supposedly one of the best in the state of illinois...
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby Rookierunner » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:43 pm

who is the best guy swimmers?
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby theman » Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:41 pm

Rookierunner wrote:who is the best guy swimmers?

The trio of Dan Hulbert, Alan Repak, and Ethan Doll from West Fargo are going to be dominant.
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby Rookierunner » Fri Oct 30, 2009 2:42 pm

but who from the west?
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby sooner08 » Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:08 pm

who would be the best swimmer from fargo north?
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby MinuteMaidMan » Fri Nov 06, 2009 12:07 pm

west fargo only has long distane events on lock, wait for souths joey rasmus and jake reopelle to take over the rest of the field.
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby gunslinger13 » Wed Dec 02, 2009 12:31 pm

can we throw divers in this topic? because south has a solid diver i heard in sam breen
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby undsoccer24 » Wed Dec 16, 2009 7:23 pm

Dont forget about Chris Beyer
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby swimguy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:15 pm

k best guy swimmer all around goes to ian ballantyne...him and the "west fargo trio.." and norths obi obembe sean rider, and Willistons Ben bolinske will be the future of north dakota swimming.
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby purple_drank » Mon Mar 08, 2010 10:47 am

I thought North's rely team did good this year at state and took 2nd, i was a little shocked to see that. but nice job
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby sooner08 » Tue Jun 08, 2010 3:14 pm

swimguy wrote:k best guy swimmer all around goes to ian ballantyne...him and the "west fargo trio.." and norths obi obembe sean rider, and Willistons Ben bolinske will be the future of north dakota swimming.


i would have to agree with most of that. ballantyne and obembe are very close match-ups. fargo north should be pretty good with their 200 free relay taking 2nd at state will have 3 out of their 4 swimmers back this year from that relay
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby magicmorman » Wed Sep 01, 2010 12:02 pm

chris koppinger is easily the best swimmer in the wda, probably even the state. i have perfect faith in my boy that he will take state by storm along with the other century patriot swimmers
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby Stamped199 » Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:39 pm

What about Collin Kemmesat?
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby Stamped199 » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:12 am

The Century team has some fire. The Sether brothers, Cataldo Didonna, and Collin Kemmesat
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Re: Top Swimmers

Postby ratman? » Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:28 am

blue steel wrote:I think I'm gonna go out on a limb and predict the upset of Church over Knutson. You heard it here first.


i second that
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