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North Harford fends off Fallston, Bel Air at Monday swim meet

In one of the closest tri-meets so far this swim season, North Harford defeated Fallston, 98-89, and Bel Air, 97-91, during a matchup at North Harford Middle Monday.

Bel Air won its contest with Fallston, 102-86.

North Harford's Robbie Beichler won both the boys 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle. Hilary Young helped out the Hawks with two wins, taking first in the girls 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly, while teammate Becky Jump took top finishes in the girls 200 medley and 100 backstroke.

Fallston's Ryan Hutchens won the boys 200 medley and 100 breaststroke. Julia Rose earned Fallston a win in the girls 100 breaststroke and Andrew Lagan swam to first in the boys 100 butterfly. James Appel won the boys 100 freestyle for the Cougars, while Emily Hoyt brought her team a victory in the girls 500 freestyle. Dylan Heil notched a first-place showing in the boys 100 backstroke.

Bel Air's Macey Nitchie raced to a pair of wins, taking top honors in the girls 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle. Mike Koscinski won the boys 50 freestyle.

North Harford's team of Jump, Young, Angelica Carinugan and Reagan Davis won the girls 200 medley relay.

The Fallston crew of Heil, Hutchens, Lagan and Appel won the boys 200 medley relay then took first in the 400 freestyle relay.

Bel Air's Jake Carter, James Cousler, Ben Andrew and Koscinski teamed up to win the boys 200 freestyle relay, while the Bobcat girls squad of Nitchie, Tabitha Cousler, Ellie Harris and Lauren St. Pierre won the girls 200 freestyle relay.

Nitchie, Harris, St. Pierre and Madelynn Doughtery took first place in the girls 400 freestyle relay.

CMW beats HdG, Fallston

The C. Milton Wright squad knocked off a pair of tough customers on Friday night at Magnolia Middle, defeating Havre de Grace, 131-56, and Fallston, 135-52.

In the meet's other matchup, Havre de Grace came through with a 115-73 win over Fallston.

CMW had five swimmers grab two individual wins apiece. Ryan Pellegrino took first in the boys 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, while Colin Hildebeidel won both the boys 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke. Gabby Jordan was victorious in the girls 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, while Jamie Hruz won the girls 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. Bernie Chang won the boys 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke for CMW.

Maggie Gallagher earned the Mustangs a win in the girls 100 breaststroke, while Jillian Carter raced to first in the girls 500 freestyle. Megan Cowan won the girls 200 freestyle for the Mustangs, and Lauren Rutherford took first in the girls 200 medley.

Havre de Grace's Paul Butz swam to a win the boys 200 freestyle.

Fallston's Ryan Hutchens topped all comers in the boys 200 medley.

Rutherford, Gallagher, Cowan and Courtney Gangle teamed up to win the girls 200 medley relay for CMW.

In the girls 200 freestyle relay, Cowan, Jordan, Rutherford and Erika Slotnick posted a victory.

Hildebeidel, Pellegrino, Nate Ehrhardt and Griffith Scarborough took first in the boys 400 freestyle relay, while Rutherford, Carter, Cowan and Lindsey Jackson won the girls 400 freestyle relay.

Havre de Grace's squad of Butz, Stephen Link, Nicholas Pippin and Kevin Vickery won the boys 200 freestyle relay.

Sean Lagan, Nathan Hopkins, Matt Zebron and Zach Sumilang won the boys 200 medley relay for Fallston.

Tech over Aberdeen

The Harford Tech Cobras won a dual meet at Edgewood middle, defeating the Aberdeen Eagles, 217-92.

Katie Culbertson took top honors in the girls 200 freestyle and 50 freestyle for the Cobras, while teammate Alyssa Carestia finished first in the girls 200 medley and 100 backstroke. Luke Krouse also earned Harford Tech a pair of wins, swimming to first in the boys 200 medley and 100 backstroke.

Sam Stubing won the boys 200 freestyle, and Mike Mentzer notched a win in the boys 50 freestyle for Harford Tech. Tim Seitzinger scored the Cobras a victory in the boys 100 butterfly, and Megan Doleschal won the girls 100 butterfly. Justin Carestia posted a win in the boys 100 freestyle, and fellow Cobras Gracen Clem took first in the boys 500 freestyle. Taylor Caselena completed a Harford Tech sweep of the 500 butterfly by winning the girls event. Robert Brosh and Megan Culbertson won the boys and girls 100 breaststroke, respectively.

Aberdeen's lone individual win came from Sabrina Guiou, who earned first place in the girls 100 freestyle.

Emily Doleschal, Alyssa Carestia, Megan Culbertson and Casalena took first in the girls 400 freestyle relay, while Stubing, Seitzinger, Clem and Justin Carestia won the boys 400 freestyle relay.

Clem, Justin Carestia, Nate Paradis and Justin Schappell notched a win in the boys 200 freestyle relay.

Megan Doleschal, Alyssa Carestia, Megan Culbertson and Casalena took the top spot in the girls 200 medley relay, while the team of Justin Carestia, Clem, Stubing and Seitzinger beat the field in the 200 medley relay.

Aberdeen's team of Sienna Guiou, Allie Haag, Lea Kilczewski and Valeriia Laryoshyna won the girls 200 freestyle relay.

Patterson Mill over Edgewood

The Patterson Mill boys and girls swim teams raced to a combined 236-98 victory over the Edgewood Rams on Thursday night at an Edgewood Middle School dual meet.

The Huskies had five swimmers race to a pair of individual victories.

George Roros notched wins in the boys 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle.

Grace Baltimore beat the field in the girls 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly.

Alexandra Karalekas helped the winning cause with first-place finishes in the girls 200 medley and 500 freestyle.

Patterson Mill's Ken Ikemoto put forth two wins, topping all comers in the boys 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.

The Huskies' Brendan Mahoney won the boys 50 freestyle, while teammate Ciana Campo took first in the girls 50 freestyle.

Jordan Johnson took top honors in the boys 100 freestyle for Patterson Mill and Delaney Miller picked up a victory in the girls 100 breaststroke.

Edgewood's two individual first-place showings came from the same swimmer: Sam Verk posted wins in the boys 200 medley and 100 backstroke.

The Patterson Mill collection of Ikemoto, Ryan Dickman, Michael Clarkson and Patrick Seed won the boys 200 medley relay, while Tompkins, Campo, Miller and Bailey Senior took first in the girls 200 medley relay.

Johnson, Mahoney, Roros and Luke Holloway earned a top finish for the Huskies in the boys 200 freestyle relay. Baltimore, Senior, Campo and Miller closed out Patterson Mill's sweep of that event with a win in the girls race.

In the 400 freestyle relay events, Holloway, Mahoney, Roros and Johnson won the boys race, while Tompkins, Karalekas, Senior and Baltimore took first in the girls matchup.

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