Swim & Dive Updates

Updates are provided by the coaching staff of each team.

Take a look around.
1/9 –

The boys swim team defeated Nauset 97-68 to improve to 4-0 on the season. Leading the way for the Trojans was senior captain Nathan Kramer winning the 200 & 500 freestyle while qualifying for states in each event. Other winners included 200 medley relay (Kramer, McClaren, Khatua, Magee), Sam Magee (50 free), Nick Chaves (100 free), Nick Avtges (100 breastroke) and the 200 freestyle relay of Chaves, Avtges, Thorson, and Khutua. Best times were done by Nick Bellas, Sam Szumita, Sam Magee, Shayak Khutua, Nick Chaves, Chris White, James McClaren, and Derrick McGillis.

The girls lost to Nauset 81-93, making their record 3-1 on the season. Leading the way for the Trojans was junior captain Hannah Kramer winning all four of her events. Kramer was part of the winning medley relay with Krystina Goroshko, Katelyn O’Reilly, and Shannon George. She won the 200 IM and the 100 back, qualifying for states in the backstroke. Sarah Johnson won 1 meter diving, and Krystina Goroshko won the 100 breaststroke. The 400 freestyle relay of Kramer, George, O’Reilly and McNeil qualified for South Sectionals. Best times were done by Kate Collins, Dwyn McNeil, Shannon George, Grace Mussari, Sam Soloway, Lauren Dion, Kara Hanafin, Hannah Pino and Krystina Goroshko.
1/5 –

The BR girls swim team defeated Pope John Paul on Thursday night, 1/5/17 by a score of 107-74. Leading the way for the Trojans was junior captain Hannah Kramer who won all her events. Other winners included, senior captain Krystina Goroshko (200 free), Katie Collins (50 free), Sarah Johnson (diving), and Dwyn McNeil (100 backstroke). The 200 & 400 free relays of Kramer, McNeil, Shannon George, and Katelyn O’Reilly also placed first. Best times were done by Lauren Dion, Kara Hanafin, Josselyn Donahue, Grace Mussari, Victoria Selser, Dwyn McNeil, Bianca & Alexis Porazzo. The girls are now 3-0 on the season.

The BR boys swim team defeated Pope John Paul by a score of 100-66. Leading the way for the Trojans was Hannah’s brother, senior captain Nathan Kramer. Nathan won the 200 free & 100 fly and has yet to lose a race this season. Other first place finishers were Sam Magee (50 free & 500 free) and James McClaren 100 backstroke. The 400 free relay of Derrick McGillis, Chris White, Nick Avtges, and Nick Chaves also took first place. Best times were done by Nick Avtges, Nick Chaves, James McClaren, Nick Bellas, Shayak Khatua, William Johnson, Nick Bellas, Derrick McGillis, and Sam Magee. Boys are now 3-0 on the season.
Sacred Heart
Boys won 88-17
First place finishers: Nathan Kramer 200 IM, 100 fly. James McClaren 200 free, 100 back, Sam Magee 50 free, 100 free. Derrick McGillis 500 free, Nick Chaves 100 breast. The boys 200 medley relay of Nathan Kramer, Nick Avtges, Shayak Khutua, and Sam Magee qualified for South Sectionals.Girls won 84-53
First place finishers: Hannah Kramer 200 free, 100 fly. Shannon George 50 free, 100 free. Sarah Johnson diving, Dwyn McNeil 100 backstroke. The girls 200 freestyle relay of Hannah Kramer, Dwyn McNeil, Katelyn O’Reilly, and Shannon George qualified for South Sectionals
Brockton
Boys won 89-60
First place finishers: Nathan Kramer 200 free, 100 free. James McClaren 200 IM, 500 free, Sam Magee 100 back. Shayak Khatua 100 butterfly, Nick Avtges 100 breast. “Senior captain Nathan Kramer has qualified for states in all of his individual events this year and broke the school record in the 100 free. He is in position to have a phenomenal year!” Best times were done by: Chris White, Shayak Khutua, James McClaren, Nick Chaves, Nick Bellas, and Matt StanleyGirls won 101-75
First place finishers: Hannah Kramer 200 free, 50 free. Shannon George 200 IM, 100 back, Sarah Johnson diving, Dwyn McNeil 100 butterfly, Krystina Goroshko 100 breastroke. Sarah Johnson qualified for states and also set a school record in diving surpassing her sister’s record from three years ago. Best times were done by: Liz Gummow, Sophia Mancusi, Shannon George, Sarah Johnson, Lauren Turner and Jessica Slavin.
Both boys and girls next meet is against Pope John Paul on January 5, 2017.
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