West Arundel earns second triumph with four triple winners
By David Driver
Baltimore Sun Media|
Jul 22, 2019 | 11:53 AM
The Ducks of West Arundel won their second meet of the season on July 13 as they defeated Severn Crossing, 293-271, on the road in the Prince-Mont Swim League.
West Arundel (2-3) was led by triple winners
Scarlett Netherton (U-8 girls) in the 25-meter freestyle, 25 breastroke and 25 backstroke; Nathan Ngo (11-12 boys) in the 50-meter free, breast, and 100-meter individual medley; Michael Venit (13-14 boys) in the 50-meter butterfly, back and the 100 IM; and William Kendrick (15-18 boys) in the 100-meter free, 50 back and 100 IM.
Double winners for the Ducks included: Brendan Skelly (U-8 boys) in the 25-meter free and 25 back, Jordan Hiers (11-12 girls) in the 50-meter free and back; Noah McMahon (11-12 boys) in the 50-meter fly and backv and Seth Carter (13-14) in the 50-meter free and breast.
Individual winners for West Arundel were: Antonio Abalama (9-10 boys) in the 50-meter free, Minhan Ho (9-10 boys) in the 25 breast; Ruby Netherton (9-10 girls) in the 25-meter back; Katie Rae (11-12 girls) in the 50-meter fly, and Chris Jensen (15-18 boys) in the 50-meter fly.
West Arundel won the boys medley relay with Joseph Pacheco (17), Andrew Johnson (16), Dimitri Girlie (18), and Chris Jensen (16) and the boys won the 200 free relay with a quartet of Antonio Abalama (9), Nathan Ngo (12), Michael Venit (14) and William Kendrick (15).
West Laurel fell to 0-5 in dual meets with a 311-250 loss to West Lake in Division D.
Triple winners for West Laurel were Henry Buda (15-18 boys) in the 50 fly, 100 free and 100 IM; Grace Zak (13-14 girls) in the 50 fly, 50 breast and 100 IM; Kelsi Hendershot (9-10 girls) in the 25 fly, 50 free and 50 back; and Matthew Schmidt (11-12 boys) in the 50 fly, 50 free and 100 IM.
Double winners for West Laurel were Aaron Wilson (13-14 boys) in the 50 fly ad 50 free; Lucy Buda (15-18 girls) in the 50 fly and 100 free; and Kara Schmidt (13-14 girls) in the 50 free and 50 back.
In other meets, Greenview lost to Whitehall, 303-274, in Division A; Montpelier lost to Adelphi in Division B, 309.5-265.5; Russett defeated Belair, 310-261, in Division C; and Laurel City beat Fort Washington, 292-253, in Division E.