The Door County United (DCU) cooperative high school girls swimming team, which consists of swimmers from Sevastopol, Southern Door and Sturgeon Bay, competed Saturday in the Marinette Pentathlon for the first conference matchup of the 2023 season.
“The team demonstrated great potential for a very successful season in their first conference competition,” said DCU head coach Kelly Oram-Rankin.
Each swimmer competed in the same five events, with the scoring completed by grade level.
For freshmen, Shaeffer Rass of Sevastopol finished second overall and Emily Miller of Sturgeon Bay finished fourth.
Kailyn Neville of Southern Door and Chloe Bissen of Sturgeon Bay finished fourth and fifth overall for sophomores.
Julia Michalski of Sturgeon Bay finished first overall for the juniors, followed closely behind by Caitlyn Hasenjager of Sturgeon Bay, who finished third.
Danica Neville of Southern Door finished first overall for the seniors, followed by Cassie Rankin of Sevastopol in second and Natialia Michalski of Sturgeon Bay in fifth.
The DCU girls swimming team will next compete in the Conference Relays at the Door County YMCA on Thursday at 5 pm.