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By Lacey Gardner

Wellsville Swimmers host Alfred-Almond


The Wellsville Boys Swimming and Diving team hosted the Eagles of Alfred-Almond last night, and came up just short by a score of 78-93.

From Staff Reports, Photos by Ross Munson

The Eagles dominated the early relays in record-breaking style. In the 200 Yard Medley Relay, the A-A team of Liam Harris, Gavin Dwyer, Lucian Fioretto and Julian Petrillo beat the long-standing Wellsville pool record with a time of 1:47.53. In the 200 Yard Freestyle Relay, swimmers Harris, Petrillo, Noah Dusinberre and Dwyer broke their second pool record of the night with a time of 1:36.61. Other wins for A-A came in the 200 Yard Freestyle (N. Dusinberre, 2:02.15), 200 Yard Individual Medley (Dwyer, 2:15.87), 50 Yard Freestyle (Harris, 23.47), 100 Yard Butterfly (Fioretto, 1:04.83), 100 Yard Freestyle (Harris, 52.67), and 500 Yard Freestyle (N. Dusinberre, 5:33.02).

Wellsville stayed competitive all night, with victories in the 100 Yard Backstroke (Joseph Mariotti, 1:06.73), and the 100 Yard Breaststroke (Elijah Brophy, 1:14.17). In diving, the duo of Dylon Day (156.98) and Parker LaBenne (150.22) took all of the points. The Lion’s relay team of Dylon Day, Parker LaBenne, Ethan Crandall, and Elijah Brophy finished the night with a convincing first place swim in the 400 Yard Freestyle Relay (4:10.75).

The next posted meet hosted by the Lions is scheduled for January 13 versus Canisteo-Greenwood. Alfred-Almond travels to Rochester this weekend for the Harley Allendale Columbia Swim Invitational on January 8.

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