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On Tuesday afternoon Cony High School scored 311 points to defending champion Brunswick’s 246 for the Maine High School Girls Class A state title. Chevrus won the boys title with 286.5 points. Bangor was not far behind with 258.
Cony opened and closed the meet with relay victories. The team of Anne Guadalupi, Molly Silsby, Gabby Low, and Cecilia Guadalupi posted a 1:51.27 for medley relay victory. In the 400 freestyle relay, Talia Jorgensen, Low, Guadalupi and Guadalupi posted a 3:41.10 for the win.
Brunswick’s Caitlin Tycz, Ella Tycz, Mallory Palmer, and Emily Cowan took home the 200 freestyle relay title in 1:45.53.
University of Southern California commit Caitlin Tycz put together some of the most impressive performances of the afternoon. She opened the meet with a 200 freestyle victory in 1:50.35. That time was a state record. Joining her under two minutes was Anne Guadalupi in 1:58.04. Tycz later won the 100 butterfly in 53.67, breaking her own Bowdoin College pool record. Low was also under a minute in 57.82.
Cony swimmers won a number of events en route to their state title. Cecilia Guadalupi captured the 200 IM in 2:11.87. In the 100 breaststroke she stopped the clock in 1:08.68.
Cheverus’ Abby Longstaff topped the 50 freestyle with a 24.47. Jorgensen was second with a 25.01. Jorgensen then scored a state title with a 54.71 100 freestyle. Despite a strong last underwater from Low, Longstaff held on to win the 100 backstroke in 58.02. Low earned silver in 58.18.
Anne Guadalupi ran away with the 500 freestyle title, stopping the clock in 5:18.62. Bangor’s Hannah Wood touched second in 5:28.12.
The Bangor boys dominated the 200 medley relay with a 1:37.61 with the team of Carson Prouty, Colby Prouty, Payton Campbell, and Sam Carlson.
Falmouth’s Connor Perron out touched Carson Prouty 1:47.05 to 1:47.70 to win the 200 freestyle. Colby Prouty then followed that swim with a winning 200 IM, stopping the clock in 1:58.42. Perron dominated the 500 freestyle in 4:46.94, the only swimmer under five minutes. After a second place finish earlier in the afternoon, Carson Prouty struck gold with a 53.11 100 backstroke. Colby made it another state title for Bangor, ending the night with his 57.74 100 breaststroke. Brunswick’s Brian Hess also cleared a minute in 59.57.
The 50 freestyle title went to Cheverus’ Shane Moore in 21.28, not far ahead of Cony’s Nathaniel Berry (21.79). Moore then topped the podium again in 46.64 in the 100 freestyle.
Thornton Academy’s Eli Steward touched in 53.65 to win the 100 butterfly. Hampden Academy’s Cameron LaBree was runner up in 54.01.
Cheverus’ Phineas Underwood, Shane Moore, Quintin Hastings, and Gustav Anderson won the 200 freestyle relay in 1:30.64. Thornton Academy’s Daniel Roch, Joe Vail, Joshua Roberts, and Steward took home the 400 freestyle relay title with a 3:22.27.
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