Pacer swim teams stay undefeated
Lakeridge buries Sherwood in pair of league meets
The Lakeridge swim teams cruised in a pair of meets last week with Sherwood as they took anotehr step closer toward an undefeated regular season and a league championship.
Both teams won their meet handily. The Lakeridge girls started off with a 1-2 finish in the 200 medley relay with the squad of Sonja Vaughan, Katie Manzione, Mara Newman and Cristal McAninch, three of whom are freshmen, winning in just under two minutes.
In the 200 freestyle, it was a 1-2-3- sweep for the Pacers, led by Sonya Ahmadyar's time of 2:07.34. She was followed by Madison Canelis and Sophie French.
It was another 1-2-3 showing in the 200 IM with Newman winning in 2:17.56 followed by Dorothy Wang and Lisa Douglas.
In the 50 freestyle, Brynne O'Shea won in 26.60 seconds while teammate McAninch was less than a second behind in second place.
The butterfly was another sweep by the Pacers, led by Newman's time of 1:01.66 while Wang and French took second and third.
In the 100 freestyle, Manzione and Lillie French finished first and second as did Ahmadyar and Vaughan in the 500 freestyle.
O'Shea, Vaughan and Kaela Finley swept the 100 backstroke for the Pacers while McAninch and Douglas took 1-2 in the breaststroke.
Lakeridge would sweep all three relays as well.
For the boys, Lakeridge took first and second in the medley relay led by the team of CJ Hansen, Max Swaim, Matthew McComish and Zach Wyman winning in 1:52.82.
In the individual medley, Swaim won in 2:12.85 followed by McComish in second.
It was another 1-2 finish in the 50 freestyle for the Pacers.
Zach Wyman won in 23.53 seconds and, just a second behind, was Joey McCommish.
In the 100 butterfly, Swaim won in 1:00.05 while Jeremy Ackerman finished in second. Lakeridge then took 1-2-3 in the 100 freestyle. Matthew McComish won in 53.11, followed closely by Wyman and Hansen.
In the 500 freestyle, Sam Swaim won convincingly with a strong time of 5:17.52.
After a victory in the 200 freestyle relay, Hansen won the backstroke in 1:00.97 followed by Amir Ahmadyar in second.
Sam Swaim then won the breaststroke in 1:12.17 while Ackerman and Byron Lee tied for third.
Lakeridge finished the night with an easy victory in the 400 freestyle relay.JW_DISQUS_ADD_A_COMMENT