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Girls Swimming and Diving: Amity Swimmin’ Women Leaves Hamden In Their Wake

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Sep 142018
 

The Lady Spartans Swimming and Diving Team took on the Hamden Green Dragons at the Orange Town Pool Thursday night.
Both teams performed splendidly, but the most impressive thing happening in the pool perhaps, was the show of sportsmanship on both sides. It didn’t seem to matter if the girls won or lost, they enthusiastically turned to smile and congratulate their opponent in the next lane. This is always wonderful to see and a credit to the girls’ parents and coaches.
 
Amity’s Winning Events: 
200-yard Medley Relay: 1:58.15 Molly Cox, Carly Silver, Alejandra Barry-Ruiz, Emma Grabowski
200 Ind. Medley: 2:23.33 Julia Snow
50-yard Freestyle: 27.16 Emma Tirollo
Diving: 176.65 Nicole Bier
100-yard Butterfly: 1:06.27 Alejandra Barry-Ruiz
100 Freestyle: 54.67 Katie O’Connor
500-yard Freestyle: 5:44.81 Emma Grabowski
200-yard Freestyle Relay: 1:48.98 Katie O’Connor, Kalynna Hauser, Alexis Halstead, Vera Belfonti,
Hamden’s Winning Events:
Freestyle: 2:01.20 Emma Panaroni
100-yard Backstroke: 1:14.89 Maya Allison
200-yard Freestyle: 2:01.20 Emma Panaroni
100-yard Breaststroke: 1:14.89 Amanda Wojenski
400-yard Freestyle Relay:  4:01.03 Wynter Berube, Maya Alllison, Amanda Wojenski, Emma Panaroni
After all the scores were tallied, Amity came out on top, defeating Hamden 101-77.
Amity’s season record is 2-0.