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FF Flyers compete in final state meet

Published 9:51am Monday, July 30, 2012 Updated 9:52am Monday, July 30, 2012

MINNEAPOLIS — The Fergus Falls Flyers competed at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center in the Minnesota Long Course Championships.

Jake Fisher (50m freestyle, 100m free) Joe Kitzman (100m fly), Erik Money (200m breaststroke) and Cal Mouritsen (100m free) qualified for the zone tournament held in Kansas.

The group also broke three Boys’ Senior division relay team records in the 200m free, 400m medley and 400m free.



Jake Fisher: Senior 50m free :26.19 Zone qualifier



Senior 200m Free Relay: 1:44.68 Club Record (Erik Money, Cal Mouritsen, Joe Kitzman, Jake Fisher)

Joe Kitzman: 15-16 100m fly: 1:00.37 Zone qualifier

Erik Money: Senior 200m breaststroke: 2:36.57 Zone qualifer.

Senior 400m Medley Relay: 4:23.64 Club Record (Joe Kitzman, Erik Money, Cal Mouritsen, Jake Fisher)


Saturday Results:

Senior Men 400m free relay: 4:00.28 Club Record (Clay Danielson, Cal Mouritsen, Erik Money, Jake Fisher)

Cal Mouritsen: 15-16 Men 100m free: :57.60 Zone Qualifier

Jake Fisher: Senior Men 100m free: :56.59 Zone Qualifier


Sunday Results

Steven Wohlenhaus: 9-10 Boys 50m backstroke: :44.08

Abby Fisher: 15-16 Women 100m backstroke: 1:12.87

Cal Mouritsen: 15-16 Men 100m breaststroke: 1:14.50

Erik Money: Senior Men 100m breaststroke: 1:09.69

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