Talbot closes home slate in impressive fashion – The Star Democrat

EASTON — The Talbot Swim Membership had eight swimmers win three particular person occasions, and 5 others win twice in particular person competitors in its last home meet on Thursday, July 13, throughout a 358-142 victory over the Dorchester Swim Staff on the George Murphy Pool.

“These youngsters are resilient,” Talbot head coach Adam Friedman mentioned. “Regardless of the recent climate and heat pool temps we nonetheless noticed quick swims and private finest instances. It’s nice to see their continued progress.”

The meet was stopped on account of lightning after the 9-10-year-outdated relays, however Talbot had already clinched the victory.

Within the women’ 13-14-year-outdated division, Talbot’s Hope Brennan took first in the 50-meter butterfly, 50 breaststroke and 100 particular person medley, whereas Kylie Weems received the 50 fly, 50 breaststroke and 50 freestyle in the women’ 11-12 competitors. Talbot’s different three-time winners on the women’ facet have been Gennie Webb, who received the 25 fly, 25 breaststroke and 25 freestyle in the 9-10 class, and Madalyn Weems, a winner in the 25 fly, 25 backstroke and 25 freestyle for 7-eight-yr-olds.

Talbot additionally had 4 three-time winners on the boys’ facet.

Ben Gardner posted first-place finishes in the 15-18 boys’ 50 breaststroke, 50 freestyle and 100 IM, whereas brother David Gardner received the 50 again, 50 breaststroke and 100 IM in the 13-14 age group. Dean Serino swam to first-place finishes in the 50 again, 50 free, and 100 IM for 11-12 yr olds, and Kazys Morris was first in the 25 breaststroke, 25 freestyle and 100 IM in the 9-10 competitors.

Serving to Talbot pile up the factors have been double-winners Jordan Friedman (15-18 women’ 50 fly, 50 breaststroke), Grace Serino (13-14 women’ 50 again, 50 free), Nat Trice (15-18 boys’ 50 fly, 50 again), Logan Weems (13-14 boys’ 50 fly, 50 free), and Colt Brennan (9-10 boys’ 25 fly, 25 backstroke).

Runner-up in the 100 IM, Trice teamed with Ben Gardner, Corey Wazniak and Nathaniel Andrews to win the 200 freestyle relay. Wazniak was second in the 50 again and 50 breaststroke, and completed third in the IM.

Logan Weems was second in the 13-14 boys’ 50 backstroke, and joined Jaden Tipton, Colin Kelly and David Gardner to win the 200 freestyle relay. Tipton logged runner-up finishes in the 50 free and 100 IM, and was third in the 50 again, Kelly was second in the 50 fly and third in the 50 breaststroke and 50 free, and John Remaniak completed third in the IM.

Dean Serino anchored the 11-12 boys’ profitable 200 freestyle relay, which included Brady Tipton, Bryce Slaughter and Mitchell Davis. Slaughter received the 50 fly, whereas Brady Tipton was runner-up in the 50 free and third in the 50 again and 50 breaststroke.

Within the 9-10 division, Colt Brennan and Morris teamed with Jack Chapple and Sean Wazniak to take first in the 200 free and 100 medley relays. Brennan was second in the 25 freestyle, and Wazniak was runner-up in the 25 fly, 25 again, and third in the 25 free.

Owen Ferris received the 7-eight boys’ 25 breaststroke and was third in the 25 again, whereas Reagn Wolf was runner-up in the 6-beneath 25 backstroke and freestyle.

Along with her two victories, Jordan Friedman was second in the 50 freestyle, and teamed with Lexi Clark, Annie Lentz and Tori Weems to win the 15-18 women’ 200 freestyle relay. Clark was first in the 50 freestyle, second in the 50 breaststroke, and third in the 50 again. Faustina Remaniak received the 100 IM, positioned third in the 50 free, and along with Paige Friedman, Laura Dennison and Suzi Bruce took second in the 200 free relay. Tori Weems received the 50 backstroke, Lentz was runner-up in the 50 fly and 100 IM, Bruce picked up a second (50 again) and third (50 breaststroke), and Paige Friedman was third in the IM.

Hope Brennan and Grace Serino joined Kate Chapple and Brie Friedman to win the 200 free relay in the 13-14 division. Chapple took runner-up honors in the 50 fly, 50 again, and 50 free, Serino was second in the 50 breaststroke, and Brie Friedman completed third in the 50 fly, breaststroke and freestyle.

Kylie Weems, Georgia Murdoch, Paige Simonsen and Hannah Miller received the 11-12 women’ 200 free relay. Murdoch added a victory in the 100 IM and was second in the 50 again and breaststroke. Weems’ shared her victory in the 50 free with Dorchester’s Molly Kroeger.

Within the 9-10 class, Kayla Smith received the 25 backstroke, was second in the 25 free and 100 IM, and joined Webb, Emma Morris and Maren Murdoch on the profitable 100 freestyle and medley relays. Emma Morris completed third in the 25 breaststroke and 25 freestyle, Claire Morris was runner-up in the 25 again, and Murdoch took third in the IM.

A 3-time winner individually, Madalyn Weems teamed with Kylee Smith, Simonsen and Angie Webb to win the 100 freestyle and medley relays in the 7-eight class. Simonsen recorded second-place performances in the 25 fly and freestyle, whereas Angie Webb was runner-up in the 25 again and breaststroke. Kylee Smith was third in the 25 fly and backstroke, and Paige Bodle completed third in the 25 breaststroke.

Natalie Ferris was second in the 25 free and third in the 25 again for women’ 6-beneath.

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