Cheshire Dominates Connecticut Girls 2004 High School Swimming Championships

New Haven, CT, November 21. CHESHIRE (691.5) scored 193.5 points more than their nearest pursuer, Greenwich (498), in winning the Connecticut Girls 2004 High School Swimming Championships.

Kristen Frost, a junior at Hand-Madison, had two of the top swims. She motored to 4:50.93 in the 500 and swam 1:49.19 to break the 1:49.48 state record of Kelly Harrigan from Bristol Central in 2001.

The state record also fell in the 100 breaststroke. Whitney McLellan of Avon swam 1:03.85, breaking 1:04.41 mark of Cheshire’s Carolyn Bowman set in 2001.

Senior Rachel Kent of Fitch HS had a double in the 50 and 100 freestyles at :23.87 and :52.54.

Cheshire won all three relays (Medley: 1:49.30; 4 x 50 free: 1:38.61; 4 x 100 free: 3:34.89) and got an individual win in the 100 butterfly from Aidan McKinlay at :56.80.

Team Scores

Place School Points
1 Cheshire 691.50
2 Greenwich 498
3 Darien 315
4 Amity Regional 298
4 Hand-Madison 298
6 Ridgefield 288
7 Manchester 185
8 Fitch 176
9 Newtown 137
10 Westhill 132
10 Branford 132

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