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Canfield swimmers sweep the Poland Invitational

January 30, 2019
The Town Crier

After their Senior Night swim meet had to be canceled on Jan. 22 due to bad weather, the Cardinal swimmers were ready to race. On Saturday, Jan. 26, the Canfield High School Swim Team competed at the Poland Invitational at Beeghly Natatorium at YSU and both the boys and girls won the meet. The boys team won with a score of 243 in a field of 14 teams. The girls team won with a score of 159 in a field of 17 teams.

Individual event champions were: Rob DiDomenico (200 freestyle), Joe Klepec (100 breaststroke), and Jason Paris (50 freestyle).

Top scorers for the boys were Jason Paris (first in the 50 free, fifth in the 100 free, first in the 200 free relay, and first in the 400 free relay), Bobby Kutsch (first in the 200 free relay, first in the 400 free relay, second in the 200 free, and second in the 500 free), and Rob DiDomenico (first in the 200 free, first in the 400 free relay, second in the 200 medley relay, and fourth in the 500 free).

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Pictured after the Poland Invitational on Jan. 26 are, in front, Rob DiDomenico. Second row, left to right, are Kristin Shelley, Sydney Schuler, Theresa Wasylychyn, Tessa Searcy, Bella Bellino. Third row, left to right, are Sarah Klepec, Emily Pondillo, Madison Peckman, Miranda Peckman. Back row, left to right, Joe Klepec, Matthew Peckman, Jason Paris, James Dietz, Bobby Kutsch, Ty Schaab, Connor Fritz, Luke Dietz, and Nick Colonna.

For the boys relays, the 200 free relay earned first place with the team of Matthew Peckman, James Dietz, Kutsch, and Paris. The 400 free relay also earned first place with the team of Kutsch, DiDomenico, Peckman, and Paris. The 200 medley relay had a runner-up finish with the team of Connor Fritz, Ty Schaab, DiDomenco, and Luke Dietz.

Luke Dietz earned a third place in the 200 IM, and Klepec was fifth. Connor Fritz earned a third place in the 100 back, and Luke Dietz was sixth. In the boys 100 fly, James Dietz was fourth, and Fritz was fifth. In the boys 100 freestyle, Peckman was fourth, Paris was fifth, and James Dietz was sixth. Ty Schaab was fifth in the 100 breaststroke, and Nick Colonna was 11th in backstroke.

Top scorers for the girls were Jordan Helmick, Sydney Schuler, Miranda Peckman, and Elle Dawson. This foursome earned a first place in both the 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay. Helmick also earned third place in the 100 fly and fourth place in the 200 free. Schuler also earned a sixth place finish in the 200 IM and the 100 back. Miranda Peckman also earned a sixth place in the 50 free and 10th place in the 100 free. Elle Dawson placed fifth in the 100 back.

The girls 400 free relay earned fourth place with the team of Theresa Wasylychyn, Sarah Klepec, Tessa Searcy, and Madison Peckman. Wasylychyn also got fifth in the 200 free, and eighth in the 100 free. Klepec was 12th in the 200 IM. Searcy was fifth in the 500 free and 11th in the 200 free. Madison Peckman was eighth in the 50 free. Also scoring points were Mackenzie Durham (ninth in the 500 free) and Isabella Kelty (12th in the 100 backstroke).

 
 

 

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