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Medfield Swim & Dive Team Members Qualify for Sectionals and States

Sunday was also Senior Day where 16 swim seniors were recognized for their contribution to the Medfield team.

 

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Wednesday -- Medfield vs. Ashland

On Wednesday, Jan. 23, Medfield Swimming and Diving took on Ashland.  

It was a close meet, but Ashland came out on top by two points, winning 94-92.

Sunday, Senior Day -- Medfield vs. King Philip

On Sunday, Jan. 27, Medfield swam against King Philip.  

The teams ran a separate girls and boys meet and King Philip won both meets.

The boys' meet was close, 83-87; while the girls' score was 75-94.

Sophomore Haley Dolan won the 100 freestyle in a time of 59.84.  This is Dolan's best time this season, and it qualifies her for the Sectional and State championship meets.

On the boys' side, the Medfield 200 Medley Relay team of Senior Connor Haley, Junior Alec Haley, Freshman Colton Hall, and Senior Peter Woodsum won with a time of 1:49.02.  This time qualifies them for Sectionals and States.

Connor Haley also won the 200 freestyle in 1:59.09 and the 100 backstroke in 56.99.  This is Haley's season best 100 backstroke time.

Alec Haley won the 500 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke. He finished in 5:39.56 and 1:08.20 respectively.

Sunday was also the team's Senior Day where Medfield recognized 16 seniors including:

  • Jenn Alban, Captain
  • Stephanie Borgstein
  • Alex Carpino
  • Meredith Earley
  • Henry Gagne
  • Connor Haley
  • Chris Lee
  • Jack Lyons, Captain
  • Katie Nickerson, Captain
  • Kira Stonkevitch
  • Katya Stonkevitch
  • Sarah Tobin
  • Amelia White, Manager
  • Peter Woodsum, Captain
  • Phil Ridley 
  • Sarah Nisbet  

These team members will be missed!  Congratulations to them on their
accomplishments over the years and good luck in the post season!

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