Greene quartet sets new school record

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

Greene 93, Windsor 75

GREENE – Greene won its third straight meet and broke the school record in the 200-yard freestyle relay in Tuesday’smeet against visiting Windsor.

Chelsea Carlson, Becca Smith, Jenny Yeager, and Emily Bertram swam a 1:49.57, one of the top six times in Section IV this season. It broke the mark of 1:50.20 set in 2009. “Last year, we loaded up our relay in the last meet, and went 1:50.21 – one hundredth of a second off of the record,” said Greene coach Mike Platta. “We didn’t want that to happen again. We were close to breaking the record in our last meet, so we put that same team back together, and they did so well.”



Greene won 10 of 12 events to move one win from the .500 mark. Bertram, Yeager, Carlson, and Smith had mulitiple wins on the day. Julia Arboit took the 50 freestyle, and Payton Cutting was a winner in the 100 breaststroke.

The Trojans (4-5) are at Susquehanna Valley Friday.

Results

200 medley relay: (G), Chelseas Carlson, Erica Bentley, Katie Shear, Becca Smith, 2:16.53. 200 free: (G) Jenny Yeager, 2:16.69. 200 IM: (G) Emily Bertram, 2:37.76. 50 free: (G) Julia Arboit, 28.05. Diving: (W) Megan Kilgallon, 188.85. 100 fly: (G) Bertram, 1:14.13. 100 free: (G) Yeager, 58.59. 500 free: (W) Breanna Mills, 6:28.48. 200 free relay: (G) Carlson, Smith, Yeager, Bertram, 1:49.57*. 100 back: (G) Carlson, 1:14.34. 100 breaststroke: (G) Payton Cutting, 1:24.70. 400 free relay; (G) Arboit, Shear, Bertram, Yeager, 4:21.86.

* New school record.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Sherburne-Earlville 7, Canastota 0

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville reached double figures wins for the season Tuesday night against Canastota, and finished the regular season with just one loss over the last nine games.

Carter Cole topped a prolific Marauders offense with two goals. Sam Caton, Dmitri Sofranko, Nino Magro, Elijah Morris, and Dan Galvez also scored for S-E (10-4-2), who led by three goals at halftime.

“Canastota is down a little bit from last year, but we made it clear before the game that we wanted to finish on a high note,” said S-E coach Mike Rodriguez. “We were clicking tonight and playing our game.”


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