Bel Air won every event to roll up 304 points and win a swim tri-meet Thursday night at North Harford Middle School. Havre de Grace, in only its second season, was second with 146 points, while North Harford had 125 points.

Lisa Reed, Rob Flynn and Chris Holloway were double winners for Bel Air. Reed won the 500-meter freestyle in 6:09.42,and teammate Aysha Saqib took second in 6:52.92. Reed also won the 200 freestyle in 2:17.57 over teammate Shannon Skurdal, 2:24.01.

Flynn won the 500 freestyle in 5:36.94 over North Harford's DavidNoppenberger, 6:59.22. Flynn's other victory came in the 200 freestyle, where his 2:01.03 beat teammate Kevin Murach's 2:01.72.

Holloway won the 100 backstroke in 1:05.20 over teammate Gerry Warwick, 1:05.82. He also took the 200 individual medley in 2:21.54 over teammate Ryan Markoff, 2:24.66.

Skurdal, Jen Murach, Rachel Winer, Kim Hildebrandt, Kelly Lomasney and Jacque Hockman won girls events, whileMarkoff, Kevin Murach, Eric Jankowiak and Kevin Lassahn won boys events.

Havre de Grace, which won its first meet ever Jan. 24, got its best performance from Donna Elder, second in the 50 freestyle, andJennifer Dahl, second in the 100 backstroke. The Warriors also finished second in both the boys and girls 200 freestyle relays.

NorthHarford got its top performances from Noppenberger, Josh Gottschalk and Kevin Gontasz, who picked up second-place finishes. Gottschalk was second in the 50 freestyle, while Gontasz placed in the 100 freestyle. The Hawks were second in both 400 freestyle relays as well as thegirls 200 medley relay.

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