The Canfield High School swim team outperformed Canton GlenOak on Jan. 27 to win the match. The girls dunked their southwestern opponent, 104-73. The boys' team did their share as well, sinking GlenOak 117-63.
In girls results, Canfield posted the following first place wins: 200 yard Medley Relay-team of Sarah Heaven, Olivia Williamson, Mallory Allen, and Briana O'Malley; 200 yard Individual Medley-Williamson; Diving-Ally Chiu; 100 yard Fly and 500 yard Free-Allen; 200 yard Free Relay-team of Heaven, Erin Loomis, Leslie Davis, and Jamie Wellham; 100 yard Breaststroke-Heaven; and in the 400 yard Freestyle Relay-team of Davis, Briana O'Malley, Williamson, and Allen.
In boys com[petition, Canfield finished with the following comp[editors coming in first: 200 yard Free-Daniel Bogen; 200 yard Individual Medley-Kyle Anderson; 50 yard Free-Mark Dalvin; 100 yard Fly-Connor Brady; 100 yard Free- Dalvin; 500 yard Free-Drew Bennett; 200 yard Free Relay-team of Bogen, Jake Smith, Nicky Montalto, and Dalvin;100 yard Backstroke- Brady; 100 yard Breaststroke-Jake Smith; and in the 400 yard Free Relay team of Bogen, Michael DiDomenico, Dalvin, and Montalto.
Photo special to the Town Crier
Canfield’s Taylor Rodenbaugh swims the 100 backstroke to take second place at the Canton Glenoak meet last week.