Published: Dec 15, 2012 07:00 PM
Modified: Dec 16, 2012 11:17 AM
East Chapel Hill swamps North Davidson
Six different Wildcats won two individual events and swam on at least one winning relay as the East Chapel Hill swimming team dominated North Davidson in a dual meet Tuesday.
East won the girls meet 208-77, led by double-winners Carolina Liu (100-yard Freestyle, 200 Individual Medley), Morgan Smith (50 Free, 100 Breaststroke) and Lucy Stuart (100 Butterfly, 100 Backstroke). Cece Marzinky won the 200 Free as East Chapel Hill won every event but the 500 Freestyle. North Davidsons Savannah Johnson won the 500 Free.
On the boys side, East won 222-63, led by Koya Osada (200 Free, 100 Fly), Max Howes (50 and 100 Free) and Liam McCullough (200 IM, 100 Breaststroke). Michael Wohl won the 500 Free and Oliver Hudgins the 100 Back for East. Wohl, Osada and Michael Creatore swam on two of Easts three winning relays.
The East Chapel Hill and Chapel Hill High School teams will be in action at 4:30 p.m. Thursday night against East Chapel Hill at Homestead Aquatics Center.Crusaders show depth in Carolina-6 tri-meet
Cardinal Gibbons established itself as the top team in the Carolina-6 Conference by sweeping the relays in winning a tri-meet Wednesday at Triangle Aquatics Center in Cary. The Crusaders girls won with 204 points to the 169 for Chapel Hill; and 88 for Northern Vance. The boys scored 210 to finish ahead of Chapel Hill (167) and Northern Vance (99).
Top performances by CHHS Tigers were turned in by: Claire DeSelm winning the 50-yard Freestyle (25.33) and 100 Butterfly (58.45); Katie Hollowell winning the 200 Individual medley (2:28.46); and Patrick ODonnell winning the 200 IM (2:06.35) and 100 Butterfly (55.08).KOC Free Throw contest on Jan. 12 ... really
The date for the Knights of Columbus Free throw Contest was announced incorrectly last week. The annual contest will be held Saturday, Jan. 12, in the new St. Thomas More Gymnasium.
Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m., competition at 10 a.m.
Prizes will be awarded in five age groups for both boys and girls ages 10-14, and the public is invited to the open event.
Winners will advance to the district tournament. Last year, Jeffrey Marcin of Chapel Hill won the 10-year-old division in the North Carolina championships.
Entry forms, including a parents signature and proof of age, must be brought to the contest. Forms are available in the St. Thomas More school offices and at the churchs reception desk. They will also be available on the day of the contest.
For more information, contact John Aluise at 919-967-3882 or email@example.com
. W.E. Warnock
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