The Sevenra Park swim team continued its strong season on January 10 with wins over Northeast, Southern and Annapolis at Arundel Olympic Swim Center.
The Falcon girls improved to 11-1 on the year, and the Falcon boys are now 9-2-1. Both teams defeated Broadneck in their most recent showdown with the Bruins.
On January 10, standout performances came from throughout the Severna Park lineup. On the girls side, Sara Smith won the 200-yard freestyle, and Shannon Sullivan was second. Smith also won the 50 free. Madeline Goger won the 200 individual medley in front of teammate Morgan Schultz. Camryn Raines won the 100 butterfly, and Sullivan was second. Raines also won the 100 breaststroke, and Goger was second. Krista Gretz won the 100 free, and Sabrina Bowes was second. Nicole DeMaio won the 500 free, and Ainsley Jefferds was second. Sophie Patz won the 100 backstroke, and Lauren Turk was second.
DeMaio, Bowes, Kate Myers and Kylee Emrich won the 200-yard medley relay. Mackenzie Burfoot, Gretz, Goger and Smith won the 200 free relay. Gretz, Sullivan, Raines and Smith won the 400 free relay.
On the boys side, Ben Simpkins won the 200 free and the 100 breast. Tyler Moran won the 200 IM, and Andrew Gillespie was second. Moran also won the 100 free, and Giacomo Bertazzon was second. Morgan Sloan placed second in the 50 free, and Jack DeBaugh was third. Charlie Pitta won the 100 fly. Nathan Damanti and Henry Wright took second and third in the 500 free. Sloan was second in the 100 back, and Gillespie was third.
Moran, Damanti, Gillespie and Sloan won the 200 medley relay by one second over Annapolis. Debaugh, Bertazzon, Pitta and Simpkins won the 200 free relay. Sloan, Pitta, Simpkins and Moran won the 400 free relay.
Photos courtesy of Laurie Dennis