ABGHS 85, Cooperstown 77
AFTON – In spite of winning just two of the 11 events, the Makos’ superior depth gave it an eight-point win over Cooperstown Thursday.
“They had the top swimmers most of the time, but we would end up placing second, third, and fourth,” said ABGHS coach Kevin Diefenbacher. “All of our swimmers’ times are bunched really well. We’re off to a good start (2-0), we’ll see how the rest of the duals go.”
Picking up wins for the Makos were Rob McLean in the 100 breastroke (1:21.35) and Nate Cutting in the 500 free (6:22.12).
ABGHS is at Oneonta on Tuesday.
200 medley relay: (C), 2:01.00. 200 free: (C) 2:10.22, Reis. 200 IM: (C) Edmonds, 2:29.94. 50 free: (C) Mayton, 24.62. 100 fly: (C) Mayton, 1:17.18. 100 free: (C) Reis, 57.42. 500 free: (A) Nate Cutting, 6:22.12. 200 free relay: (C), 1:48.02. 100 back: (C) Boderofe, 1:05.21. 100 breaststroke: (A) Rob McLean, 1:21.35. 400 free relay: (C), 4:01.38.
Greene 104, S-E 66
GREENE – Greene won its 44th straight Midstate Athletic Conference dual meet defeating Sherburne-Earlville on Thursday.
The Trojans (2-0) earned a great measure of their lead sweeping the top three spots in the 50- and 100-yard freestyles. George Flanagan claimed the 50 free for the Trojans, and Ryan Ludwig was a winner in the 100.
“Even though the score does not indicate it, Sherburne-Earlville has improved quite a bit,” said Greene coach Mike Platta. “Our kids were up for this meet.”
Greene competes at Chenango Valley on Tuesday.
200 medley relay: (G) Arm. DiRosa, George Flanagan, Ryan Ludwig, David Sevey, 2:01.63. 200 free: (G) Alex Trass, 2:05.34. 200 IM: (SE) Andrew LoPata, 2:37.42. 50 free: (G) Flanagan, 25.28. Diving: (G) Dave Cass, 125.65. 100 fly: (SE) Eric Whitney, 1:08.81. 100 free: (G) Ryan Ludwig, 59.48. 500 free: (G) Alex Trass, 5:56.07. 200 free relay: (G) D. Sevey, Colton Lynn, Chris Bay, R. Ludwig, 1:49.52. 100 back: (SE) A. Lopata, 1:07.94. 100 breaststroke (G) Flanagan, 1:06.16. 400 free relay: (G) Sevey, Bay, Ludwig, Trass, 3:58.78.
Greene 54, Deposit 15
GREENE – Greene raised its dual meet record to 3-0 on the season beating Deposit on Thursday evening.
After dropping the opening match at 103 pounds, the Trojans won the next seven to take command. Along the win, Jacob Shearer (119), Trevor Parris (125), Dan Dickman (130), Nick Wilcox (135), Mikail Brown (140), Mike Beckwith (145), and Brett Ramsey (152) won by pinfall to establish a big lead.