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December 4, 2013

Roy-Hart swimmers earn 100th consecutive meet victory

Secord, Guyton spark swim Lions over Lancers.

MIDDLEPORT —

Coach Bruce Matthews and the Royalton-Hartland boys swim program have been building quite a monster in the water for some time now.
But even the Rams’ latest achievement is something that not many could have seen coming. In front of a capacity crowd at the Roy-Hart pool, the Rams won their 100th consecutive regular season meet on Tuesday, a 110-60 non-league thrashing of Attica.
Needless to say, Matthews was quite pleased afterwards.
As Matthews made his way up and down the sideline offering support to his swimmers throughout the meet, Roy-Hart started out strong and steadily built a lead that proved insurmountable. The team of Lyle Wagner, Evan Conley, Roy Phipps and Ray Sack struck first with victory in the 200 medley relay, and Nich DiNardo followed suit by winning the 200 freestyle. 
Wagner won the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke, while DiNardo added the 500 freestyle to his resume. Roy Phipps took the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, and Sack won the 100 butterfly.
The team of David Brooks, Mason Sparks, Conley and DiNardo won the 200 freestyle relay, and Tanner Reese won the 100 breaststroke. 
Barker 97, Oak-Ala 71
OAKFIELD — Casey Webb and Tim Flint were double individual winners for the Raiders in Tuesday’s non-league victory.
Webb won both the 50 and 100 free, while Flint took both the 200 free and 100 breast.
N-O GIRLS SWIMMING
Roy-Hart 92, Attica 78
MIDDLEPORT — The score wasn’t as flashy as on the boys side, but the results worked just the same.
Calee Coleman led the Lady Rams (2-0) with wins in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle.
Barker 105, Oak-Ala 52
OAKFIELD — Individual winners for the Lady Raiders in Tuesday’s non-league meet victory were Emma Jenks (50 free), Melissa Pestinger (500 free), Brooke Targus (100 back); and Sara Gendrue (100 breast).
NFL BOYS SWIMMING
Lockport 64, Lew-Port 38
YOUNGSTOWN — Derek Secord and Scott Guyton were double individual winners for Lockport in Tuesday’s Niagara Frontier League boys swim victory at Lewiston-Porter.

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