Majettes swim and dive earns second home win, defeats Mandan 122-60

Ashley Sablan/MDN Majettes swimmer Erin Kerzmann (left) beats out Mandan’s Taylor Adamski (right) in the 500-yard freestyle event during Saturday’s swim and dive meet at the Magic City Campus.

The Minot High School swimming and diving team earned its second consecutive home victory on Saturday. The Majettes earned a convincing 122-60 win over West Region foe Mandan.


The quartet of sophomore Jordn Wolsky, seventh-grader Ava Williamson, sophomore Olivia Peatross and senior Brooklyn Filler secured first place in the 200-yard medley relay. The group posted a time of 2:06.14.

Sophomore Olivia Peatross earned the victory in the 200-yard freestyle, recording a score of 2:16.96.

Mandan senior Mayson Sheldon’s 2:24.95 secured first place in the 200-yard individual medley, but Minot junior Brynn Neumann earned second place with her score of 2:30.70.

The Minot trio of senior Iris Jessen (26.43), Wolsky (26.63) and sophomore Payton Luzardo (26.84) earned the top three spots in the 50-yard freestyle.

Jessen also earned another victory in the 100-yard butterfly, posting a score of 1:05.87.

Luzardo (58.21), Minot senior Allie Elliott (58.31) and sophomore Emma Rouse (1:03.29) secured the top three spots in the 100-yard freestyle.

Peatross recorded a 6:06.33 in the 500-yard freestyle, which was good for another-first place finish.

Minot also captured a team victory in the 200-yard freestyle victory, as the quartet of freshman Elise Altringer, junior Brynn Neumann and Luzardo finished with a time of 1:48.96.

Wolsky earned another victory in the 100-yard backstroke, finishing with a final time of 1:04.54.

Two young Majettes earned the top spots in the 100-yard breaststroke, as Altringer (1:16.33) and Williamson (1:21.43) finished in first and second place.

The meet’s final race was the 400-yard freestyle relay. Neumann, Jessen, Peatross and Luzardo combined for a 4:01.70, which marked another first-place finish for the Majettes.


Once again, Minot’s young divers made a difference. Eighth-grader Ella Kessler earned first place in the one-meter diving event, finishing with a 387.00. Seventh-grader Haley Conklin earned third place, finishing with a score of 363.05.

The Majettes will host Bismarck High on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 5 p.m.

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