BERGEN – The Bees and Trojans fought each other at BB Elementary, with the Bees women’s team winning a 134-32 and the men’s Trojans winning a slim 66-59 victory.
Grace and Natalee Shepard were both quadruple winners for BB girls. Grace won the 200 IM and 500 freestyle, and was also a member of the winning 200 IM and 200 freestyle relays. Natalee won the 50m freestyle, 100m breaststroke and was also part of the 200m freestyle and 200m medley relay teams. Alyssa Green won the 100 butterfly (1: 33.16) and was part of the winning team in the 200 free relay, while Rose Wilson won the 100 free (1: 10.52) and was also part of the winning team of the Bees 200 freestyle relay. Camryn Brookhart won the 100 backstroke and Kara Valdes was in the relay winning the 200 IM and 400 freestyle.
For Alexander, Dakota Metz won the 200 freestyle with a winning time of 2: 32.88.
On the boys’ side, the Trojans were propelled by a four-game winning night from Jett Davis.
Davis won the 200 freestyle (2: 12.96) and 500 freestyle (6: 28.43) while helping the 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams take first place. Chase Graham won the 50 freestyle in: 24.26 and Eric Cline won the 200 IM in 2: 25.81.
For the Bees, Aiden Soggs won the 100 butterfly and Jackson Fix won the 100 free and 100 backstroe. Peyton Koukides took the victory in the 100 breaststroke (1: 17.13).
BATAVIA / NOTRE DAME SWEEP PEMBROKE
Batavia / Notre Dame claimed two victories over Pembroke on Friday.
The B / ND girls won 98-58, while the boys won 98-73.
Sophie Fulton and Maddy Bellamy set the pace for the B / ND girls with Fulton winning the 200 IM in 2: 31.45 and the 500 freestyle in 6: 05.20, and Bellamy hitting first in the 100 butterfly in 1: 08.58 and the 100 backstoke in 1: 09.45.
“Our women’s team had some great races tonight,” said B / ND head coach Eric Geitner. “Many of our swimmers have competed in different events and they have taken on these challenges. Our new swimmers are looking really good and we look forward to these latest competitions and championships at the end of the month.
Mia Treleaven added a victory in the 100 freestyle in 1: 05.15 and Sophia Iovannisci won the 100 breaststroke in 1: 30.33. For Pembroke, Ainsley Czechowicz won the 200 freestyle in 2: 18.28. Batavia / Notre Dame won all three relays with Treleaven, Iovannicsi, Maggie Woodruff and Courtney Daniels winning the 200 Medley relay in 2: 21.93, Bellamy, Iovannisci, Lily Emerson and Fulton winning the 200 freestyle relay in 1: 59.10 , and the quartet of Emerson, Daniels, Woodruff and Fulton competing in the 400 freestyle relay in 4: 31.92.
The Batavia / Notre Dame girls are now 7 1 on the season.
The B / ND boys were punctuated by Harrison Southall, Cooper Fix and Matt Doeringer.
Southall won the 200 freestyle in 2: 01.38 and the 100 butterfly in: 57.14, Fix won the 50 freestyle in: 23.66 and the 100 breaststroke in 1: 06.89, while Doeringer won the 100 free in: 55.30 and the 100 backstroke in 1: 05.85. Aaron Treleaven added a victory in the 200 IM in 2: 16.68, Caleb Henning won the 500 freestyle in 6: 11.46 and Illia Goodberlet won the dive with 105.00 points.
BND also won all three relays with Treleaven, Southall, Fix and Goodberlet winning the 200 Medley relay in 1: 58.88, Doeringer, Camron Gushlaw, Fix and Treleaven winning the 200 freestyle relay in 1: 48.61, and Henning, Goodberlet, Dominic Southall and Harrison Southall won the 400 freestyle relay in 4: 10.71. The B / ND boys are now 6-2.
“We needed the nine guys on the team tonight,” Geitner added. “Pembroke could fill the lanes so our swims from Dom Southall, Henning, Gushlaw, Goodberlet and Beckett Swanson were huge. They got the seconds and third to keep us in the lead and swam in the relays to help us secure our victory tonight.