Results from the high school swim meet on January 11

By on January 15, 2023

FFHS seniors left to right: Logan, Thiessen, Delaney Hanf, Jack Brown, Chloe Wienert, Will Robinson, Maura Trivette, Daven Corey, Laney Dexter. (Photo courtesy Robert Trivette)

Results from the high school swim meet on Wednesday, January 11.  Teams included Manteo, First Flight and Perquimans County High School at the YMCA in Nags Head. This was the last regular season meet and Senior Recognition night.   Conference meet is January 20 in Elizabeth City.

Team Rankings

Girls – Team Scores

1 First Flight Swim Team First Flight Swim Team (82)

2 Manteo High School Manteo High School (44)

3 Perquimans County High School Perquimans County High School (37)

 

Boys – Team Scores

1 First Flight Swim Team First Flight Swim Team (113)

2 Manteo High School Manteo High School (17)

3 Perquimans County High School Perquimans County High School (12)

 

Top finishers for First Flight (from First Flight High School):
  • The 200 medley relay of Jack Brown, Dylan Hallac, Josh Mouser and Will Robinson in 2:15.98
  • Maura Trivette in the 200 free in 2:23.68 and 400 free in 5:27.18
  • Sam Sarbora in the 200 IM in 3:29.89
  • Merrick Shumaker in the 50 free in 27.76 and the 100 back in 1:18.88
  • Josh Mouser in the 100 fly in 1:18.08
  • Dylan Hallac in the 100 free in 1:04.71 and the 100 breast in 1:24.61
  • The 200 free relay of Schuyler Wilson, Hayden Hall, Kira Walters and Laney Dexter in 2:13.76
  • The 200 free relay of Jack Spivey, Luke Miller, Dan Brown and Logan Thiessen in 2:02.11
  • The 400 free relay of Hallac, Noah Savage, Thomas McGraw and Brown in 4:32.05.
First Place finishers for Manteo (from Manteo High School):
  • First Place finishes Girls 200 Medley (Meredith Gaskill, Gwyn Benkusky, Bella Alexander, Franni Mueller)
  • Ben Hanusik – 200m Freestyle, 400m Freestyle
  • Bella Alexander – 100m Fly
  • Meredith Gaskill – 100m backstroke
  • Gwyn Benkusky – 100m Fly

 

Full results from the high school swim meet on January 11

 

 

 

 

 




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