Wednesday, March 12, 2014
From staff reports
WESTBROOK – Greely senior Sarah Easterling wrote her name into the record books twice at the North Southwestern Swimming and Diving Championships on Tuesday night at Davan Pool, but it was Cape Elizabeth retaining the team title by seven points over the Rangers.
Easterling, who was named the meet's Outstanding Performer, erased a 1999 mark in the 100-yard freestyle with her time of 53.37 seconds and took down a 2008 mark in the 100 backstroke with 57.63.
Greely freshman Hwanhee Park (200 and 500 free) also won two events, as did Deering senior Genevieve Worthley (200 individual medley and 100 breast).
Greely's Hwanhee Park finishes strong to win the 200-yard freestyle during the North Southwestern girls swimming championships at the Westbrook Community Center on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013.
Photos by John Patriquin / Staff Photographer
Cheverus' Jess Soucy, Sarah Nappo and Samantha Savaun celebrate breaking their school record with teammate Tessa Lindsey (in pool) in the 200-yard medley relay. They came in second to Cape Elizabeth in the heat.
Cape Elizabeth's Sydney Wight finishes second in the 200-yard freestyle.
Deering's Genevieve Worthley doing the butterfly on her way to win the 200-yard IM.
Cape Elizabeth won both the 200 medley and 200 free relays, and got a big boost from divers Michaela Pinette (third) and Annie Ball (seventh) in the one event in which Greely failed to score.
The Capers finished with 278 points to 271 for Greely. Deering was third at 172 followed by Cheverus (171), McAuley (143), Falmouth (117), Scarborough (108), South Portland (62), North Yarmouth Academy (41) and host Westbrook (22).