FULL COVERAGE: NJ Swimming (Week 6)
WEEK 6 COVERAGE
Gov. Livingston 99, Somerville 71
Caroline Henderson won two individual events to help Gov. Livingston slip past Somerville in a 99-71 victory. Henderson’s swam to first in the 200 IM in 2:25.82 and finished first in the 100-meter Butterfly in 1:07.3. Abby Pires also came in first in the two events for Gov. Livingston, the 50-meter Freestyle and 100-meter Breaststroke. The Pioneers, Kathryn Coniglio won the 100-meter Backstroke and 100-meter Freestyle. Gov. Livingston’s improves to 6-4 as Somerville drops to 6-3.
New Providence 94, Piscataway 75
New Providence sinks Piscataway in a 94-75 victory on Tuesday afternoon. Julia Kudryashova swam a 56.15 in the 100-meter Freestyle and also won the 50-meter Freestyle for the Pioneers. The Cheifs, Danna Rzewnicki won the 100-meter Butterfly in 1:02.98. Caroline van Kimmenaede, Kelly Carroll and Katie Paris each won an individual event for New Providence. Piscataway becomes winless on the season, dropping to 0-4 as New Providence improves to 5-4.
Kinnelon 88, Montville 79
Luke Papendick won three individual events to help propel Kinnelon to its first victory on the season, defeating Montville, 88-79. Papendick won the 100, 200 and 500-meter freestyle races, and anchored the winning 200-Medley Relay team. Ryan Wyer won the 50-meter Freestyle and the 100-meter Butterfly events in the defeat for the Mustangs. Kinnelon improves to 1-5 as Montville sinks to 2-4.
Steinert 129, Hamilton 41
Tyler Gulsby finished first in two individual events to lead Steinert over Hamilton, 129-41. Gulsby swam to first in the 200-IM and 100-meter Backstroke, while Kyle Gulsby captured the 500-meter Backstroke and the 200-meter Freestyle for the Spartans. Kevin Diefenbah and Chris Bliziotis each won an event each for Steinert. Hamilton sinks to 2-9 as Steinert improves to 7-5.
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