Albion, Medina swimmers score sweeps

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 9 December 2014 at 12:00 am

Albion swept to a doubleheader victory over host Notre Dame today winning the boys meet 87-74 and the girls competition 92-56.

Matt Kovaleski won the 100 breaststroke and Carlitos Sanchez the 100 butterfly to led the Albion boys.

Elizabeth Furmanski doubled in the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle events for the Albion girls which also got wins from Olivia Neidert (200 free), Clara Stilwell (50 free), Sarah Graham (100 butterfly) and Ashley Hapeman (100 breaststroke).

Medina likewise swept to a pair of victories at Oakfield-Alabama taking the boys meet 47-43 and the girls 56-39.

Chase Pecoraro doubled in the 50 free and 100 backstroke for the Medina boys as Austin Brown added a win in the 200 individual medley and Kristian Snyder in the 100 breaststroke.

The Seahorses also took the 200 free relay with Derek Donley, Austin Heil, Brown and Snyder and the 400 free relay with Donley, Heil, Pecoraro and Powell Stephens.

Emma Gardner was a double winner in the 50 and 100 freestyle events for the Medina girls. The Seahorses also got wins from Alyssa Beyer (200 free), Andrea Toussaint (100 butterfly), Krista Nellist (100 backstroke) and Haylee Cogovan (100 breaststroke).

Barker swept past visiting Pembroke taking the boys meet 93-66 and the girls 102-66.

Corey Webb doubled in the 100 and 200 freestyle events and Andrew Jenks in the individual medley and 500 free to pace the Barker boys.

Renee Levey took both the 200 and 500 free and Sarah Gendrue the individual medley and breaststroke to led the Barker girls.

Roy-Hart also scored a sweep at Wheatland-Chili taking the boys meet 101-51 and the girls 97-67.

The Roy-Hart boys got double win efforts from Mason Sparks (200 and 500 free) and Tanner Rees (individual medley and breaststroke).

The Roy-Hart girls had a trio of double winners including Alex Hill (individual medley and butterfly), Lindsay Yates (50 free and backstroke) and Emily DiMayo (500 free and breaststroke).