Norwich 97, Susquehanna Valley 83
NORWICH – Few of Norwich’s swimmers were entered in their best events, but that mattered little Friday night against visiting Susquehanna Valley.
Five Tornado swimmers beat previous-best times, said head coach Kevin Diefenbacher, and the Sabers had just two wins, one of those coming in diving where the host club did not have an entry.
“The main thing in a meet like this is to find out how far our depth goes,” Diefenbacher said. “We move swimmers around to off events, and then we can find out if we can use them there if necessary.”
Marybeth Ward, Erin Gawronski, and Ravyn Benedict won two individual events apiece. Danika Tworkowsky and Alexis Laundry also captured an individual event.
Norwich (4-1) remains at home for its next meet as it hosts Chenango Forks Wednesday.
200 medley relay: (N), Alexis Laundry, Grace Williamson, Susan Ward, Hannah Watts, 2:26.02. 200 free: (N) Erin Gawronski, 2:06.07. 200 IM: (N) Marybeth Ward, 2:34.65. 50 free: (N) Danika Tworkowsky, 27.52; Diving: (SV) Marisa Fiorentino, 168.55; 100 fly: (N) M. Ward, 1:11.24; 100 free: (N) Ravyn Benedict, 1:06.65. 500 free: (N) Laundry, 6:27.37. 200 free relay: (N) Gawronski, Tworkowsky, M. Ward, R. Zieno, 1:55.20. 100 back: (N) Benedict, 1:13.57. 100 breaststroke: (N) Gawronski, 1:17.28. 400 free relay: (SV), 4:52.55.
Chenango Forks 90, Greene 89
CHENANGO FORKS – Chenango Forks captured the final two events including the 400 free relay to end the meet earning a one-point win over the visiting Trojans Friday night.
Greene’s Julia Arboit figured in three of her team’s victories winning the 50 and 100 free races, while also participating in the winning 200 free relay. Taylor Wahlers won the diving competition, and was also part of the victorious relay, and Chelsea Carlson finished first in the 100 backstroke.