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    FULL COVERAGE: NJ Swimming (Week 3)

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    Mon, Jan 10, 2011 1:23 PM

    Updated Tue, Mar 22, 2011 10:11 PM
    FULL COVERAGE: NJ Swimming (Week 3)




    Friday, Jan. 7

    Girls Swimming

    Randolph 113, Montville 57

    Randolph swam to first in each event in a 113-57 victory over Montville on Thursday. The Rams' Juliet Felsen placed first in the 200-meter Freestyle and 100-meter Butterfly events. Sophie Stadler also won two events for Randolph, the 100-meter Backstroke and Breaststoke. Montville falls to 2-6 as Randolph improves to 3-1.

    Montgomery 100, Watchung Hills 70

    Three swimmers won two events each for Montgomery in its 100-70 victory over Watchung Hills. Miranda Ford finished first in the 200 and 500 Freestyle events and Anna Marshall won the 100 Breaststroke and 200 IM for the Cougars. The Warriors Julia Day and Caitlyn Louie finished first in an event each in the defeat. Montgomery improves to 4-1 as Watchung Hills sinks to 3-5.

    Boys Swimming

    Morristown 116, Caldwell 54

    Morristown remains undefeated with a 116-54 victory over Caldwell. The Colonials, Matthew Ahlmeyer won two individual events and led off in the 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay first place teams. The Chief’s Joe Salter won the 200 IM in 2:24.77 and placed first in the 100-meter Breaststroke. Morristown improves to 6-0 while Caldwell drops to 0-1.

    Thursday, Jan. 6

    Boys Swimming

    Cranford 101, Johnson 69

    Eric Walano won the 50-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly for Cranford and Nicholas Kalafatis won the 200-meter and 500-meter freestyle as part of their big victory in the meet with Johnson. Walano and Kalafatis were both part of the 200-meter medley and freestyle relays that Cranford took a win in as well.

    Girls Swimming

    Secaucus 94, Garfield 72

    Cyrille Cornelio won two events for Secaucus, which took its meet, 94-72 over Garfield. Cornelio won the 100-meter butterfly, the 200-meter individual medley and was part of Secaucus’s 200-meter freestyle relay victory.

    Bernards 116, Franklin 54

    Bernards won 11 events in their huge victory over Franklin on Wednesday afternoon. Kathryn Cummings won the 200-meter individual medley and was part of the 200-meter freestyle relay and 200-meter medley relay that Bernards won en route to a lopsided win in their swim meet.

    Wednesday, Jan. 5

    Boys Swimming

    Bridgewater-Raritan 113, Hillsborough 57

    Brian Barr won the 100m and 200m freestyle races to help the Panthers to a decisive victory. Barr also teamed with Victor Luo, Nick Agnello, and Jason Tan to win the 200m freestyle relay. Luo was also the winner of the 200m individual medley. Tom Rinaldi of Bridgewater-Raritan finished first in the 100m butterfly, and was part of the winning 200m medley relay with Agnello, Luo, and Evan Newbold.

    Monday, Jan. 3

    Boys Swimming

    Bayonne 136, Kearny 34

    Omar Hassan won the 100 meter backstroke and the 200 meter individual medley to help Bayonne to a big victory in a meet with Kearny. Hassan was also part of the 200 meter medley relay and 400 meter freestyle relay teams that won for Bayonne. Zach Hyman also won two events, the 200 and 500 meter freestyle events.

    Cranford 111, Union Catholic 59

    Eric Walano led Cranford with two event victories as they defeated Union Catholic in its meet, 111-59, on Monday evening. Walano won the 50-meter freestyle and the 100-meter butterfly as part of Cranford’s big victory. Walano was also part of the 200-meter freestyle relay team that won for Cranford.

    Girls Swimming

    Mendham 106, Bernards 64

    Gaby Charmont led Mendham with wins in the 200 meter freestyle and 500 meter freestyle as they defeated Bernards in their meet, 106-64. Charmont was also part of the 200-meter medley relay and 400-meter freestyle relay that won their races for Mendham.


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