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Medina, Albion swim teams both split

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 4 December 2014 at 12:00 am

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Emma Gardner in action for Medina in the 200 medley relay during the Seahorses win over visiting Alexander today.

Medina earned a split with visiting Alexander this afternoon in a non league swim meet.

Medina won the girls meet 94-76 but lost the boys competition 101-66.

Emma Gardner doubled in the 50 and 100 freestyle events for the Medina girls squad which also had Mandy McCauley win the 100 backstroke and Haylee Cogovan the 100 breaststroke.

McCauley, Cogovan and Gardner also teamed up with Alyssa Beyer to win the 200 medley relay.

The Medina boys lone win was earned by the 200 medley relay quartet of Daniel Heil. Kristian Snyder, Austin Brown and Chase Pecoraro.

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Kristian Snyder in action in the 200 medley relay for the Seahorses.

Albion splits with Oakfield-Alabama

The Albion girls downed visiting Oakfield-Alabama 53-41 as Clara Stilwell won the 50 free, Elizabeh Furmanski the 100 free, Sarah Graham the 500 free and Ashley Hapeman the 100 breaststroke.

The Albion boys lost 56-37 to Oakfield-Alabama. Matt Kovaleski won the breaststroke and Bailey Maier the backstroke for the Purple Eagles.

Roy-Hart sweeps Byron-Bergen

Roy-Hart swept past visiting Byron-Bergen winning the boys meet 108-41 and the girls 102-64.

Tanner Rees doubled in the breaststroke and individual medley and Ray Sack took both the 50 free and butterfly for the Roy-Hart boys squad.

The Roy-Hart girls team had a trio of double winners as Alex Hill took the butterfly and individual medley, Lindsey Yates the 50 free and backstroke and Emily DiMayo the 500 free and breaststroke.

Barker bows to Attica

Attica swept to a doubleheader victory over host Barker winning the boys meet 86-83 and the girls 92-77.

Casey Webb doubled in the 50 free and butterfly for the Barker boys.

The Barker girls had Christiana Carestia win the individual medley and 500 free and Sarah Gendrue the breaststroke.