|IAC GRILS SWIMMING: QUAD-WINNER WHEELER LEADS WAVERLY IN 98-51 WIN OVER NOTRE DAME (15 PHOTOS) (2017-10-12)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Kennedy Wheeler won four events, and Paige Miller and Abigail Durgin were triple-winners to lead Waverly to a 98-51 win over Notre Dame here Thursday afternoon in IAC girls swimming action.
Wheeler and Miller teamed with Julianne Lee, and Abigail Durgin to win the 200-yard medley relay in a time of 2:04.81.
Wheeler and Miller also teamed with Morgan Zwierlein and Maggie Whitley to win the 200-yard freestyle relay in a time of 1:51.64, and the Waverly foursome of Madison Kittle, Mara Caller, Delaney Vascoe, and Willow Sharpsteen finished second in 2:07.33.
Wheeler led a sweep in the 200-yard freestyle in a season-best time of 2:15.34, while Chenelle Huddleston was second in 2:24.14, and Kittle was third in 2:42.08
Wheeler also won the 100-yard freestyle in a time of 5816 seconds, and Miller was third in a personal-best 1:01.23.
Durgin led a sweep in the 200-yard IM in a time of 2:35.88, while Starr Harford was second in 2:37.55, and Delaney Vascoe was third in 2:44.37.
In exhibition, Durgin led a sweep in the 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:19.07, while Vascoe (1:25.08), and Hailey Onofre (1:27.52) finished second and third, respectively.
Miller won the 1-meter diving competition with 192.2 points, and Megan Marrone was second with 151.15.
Starr Harford won the 100-yard butterfly in 1:13.58, and Sharpsteen finished third in 1:18.63.
Lee (personal-best 29.37 seconds) and Sage Burt (29.58) finished 2-3 in the 50-yard freestyle, while Huddleston (6:16.94) and Lillian Keefer (6:32.76) finished 2-3 in the 500-yard freestyle, and in exhibition, Lee (1:10.44) and Benjamin (1:13.1) were 2-3 in the 100-yard backstroke.
Josie VanDyke (3:14.15 in 200 free), Rachel Shambo (3:25.62 in 200 IM), Sharpsteen (31.86 in 50 free), and Sophia DeSisti (32.56 in 50 free) also swam personal-best times for the Lady Wolverines.
Notre Dame standout Catherine Craig was a triple-winner.
Waverly, now 7-3, returns to action Wednesday when it hosts Chenango Valley.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF LORI VASCOE.
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