The Havre de Grace swim team won both ends of a Monday try-meet at Edgewood Middle, defeating Harford Tech, 105-83, and Edgewood, 140-46.
Harford Tech topped Edgewood, 136-47.
The Warriors had two swimmers with a pair of individual victories apiece in Allies Lyons and Paul Buts. Lyons beat the field in the girls 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Buts topped all comers in the boys 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle.
Havre de Grace's Ryan Burkhardt won the first individual race of the evening, taking first in the boys 200 freestyle.
Brianna Clark took home a victory in the girls 200 medley, while fellow Warrior Carly Hahn notched a win in the girls 50 freestyle.
Alyssa Smith won the girls 100 butterfly for Havre de Grace, and Robert Bringardner raced to a top finish in the boys 100 backstroke.
Harford Tech's Justin Carestia brought home two victories, winning the boys 200 medley and 500 freestyle, Taylor Casalena also notched two top finishes, topping all comers in the girls 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle.
Gracen Clem won the boys 100 breaststroke for Harford Tech, and Megan Culbertson took first in the girls 100 breaststroke.
Edgewood's Samuel Verk swam to a first-place showing in the boys 100 butterfly.
Burkhardt, Butz, Stephen Link and Nicholas Pippin teamed up to win the boys 400 freestyle relay.
Havre de Grace swept the 200 freestyle relays, with Pippin, Butz, link and Kevin Vickery taking first in the boys race, while Smith, Lyons, Hahn and Jillian Laakso won the girls event.
Harford Tech's collection of Clem, Sam Stubing, Tim Seitzinger and Justin Carestia won the boys 200 medley relay, while Alyssa Carestia, Megan Doleschal, Culbertson and Casalena won the girls 200 medley relay.
Casalena, Doleschal, Culbertson and Alyssa Carestia closed out the evening's event with a victory in the girls 400 freestyle relay.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun