Platteville Girls Varsity Swimming

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Platteville High School Girls Varsity Swimming beat Delavan-Darien High School 97-79

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 6:00 PM Platteville High School AWAY 97 Delavan-Darien High School HOME 79 Meet Recap We finished up our dual season with our first win, and it was really nice to finally get one. The Hillmen swimmers have been working purposefully towards performing as a team, and although Delavan-Darien had some wins

Platteville High School Girls Varsity Swimming finishes 7th place

Saturday, October 21, 2017 11:00 AM Place 7 Points 170.5 Meet Recap Yesterday the Lady Hillmen hosted the 33rd Annual Hillmen Invitational at the UWP natatorium. It was unquestionably one of fastest Hillmen Invites we’ve hosted in recent years. The lady Hillmen came ready to compete and were hitting PRs all over the place. We

Platteville High School Girls Varsity Swimming finishes 2nd place

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 6:00 PM Place 2 Points 83 Meet Recap The Lady Hillmen dropped a pair of conference duals last night against Edgerton High School and Badger High School. In looking at the results, you might notice that all of the times are a few seconds slower than what we typically swim. Last

Platteville High School Girls Varsity Swimming finishes 7th place

Thursday, August 24, 2017 5:30 PM Place 7 Points 116 Meet Recap The Hillmen swimmers had their first Southern Lakes Conference swim meet last night hosted by Badger High School in Lake Geneva. The conference season always begins with this fun relay meet where all the teams in the conference get to see the competition

Platteville High School Girls Varsity Swimming falls to Monroe High School 110-55

monroe results copyThursday, August 17, 2017 6:00 PM Monroe High School AWAY 110 Platteville High School HOME 55 Meet Recap The Lady Hillmen from Platteville/Lancaster had their season opener with a non-conference dual against Monroe/New Glarus tonight. There were some exciting performances by veteran and new swimmers alike. Sophomore Maddy Albert-Nelson achieved the only first