2019 Hockomock League Girls Swimming All Stars

Below are the official 2019 Hockomock League Girls Swimming All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.

Hockomock League MVP

Morgan O’Hara, Oliver Ames

Hockomock League All Stars

Tiffany Chin, Attleboro
Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro
Elizabeth Saltz, Attleboro
Ella Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro
Jessica Hart, Canton
Pamela Nelson, Foxboro
Katharine Cashin, Franklin
Kathryn McGuire, Franklin
Elizabeth Tang, Franklin
Allyssa LaPuma, Franklin
Maia Wainwright, Franklin
Kathryn Chew, Franklin
Megan Campbell, King Philip
Jamie Buckley, King Philip
Morgan Sacheben, King Philip
Morgan Poppenberger, King Philip
Kayla Schuberth, King Phillip
Jennifer Prior, Mansfield
Kyra Cavicchi, Mansfield
Eva Parson, Milford
Kim Stochaj, Milford
Samantha Streton, Oliver Ames
Morgan O’Hara, Oliver Ames
Ava Kelley, Oliver Ames
Morgan Foltz, Oliver Ames
Aprille Gangi, Oliver Ames
Emma O’Hara, Oliver Ames
Cheryl Sun, Sharon
Cleo Zhou, Sharon
Muskan Kumar, Sharon
Angelina Lynch, Taunton
Erin Schrama, Taunton

Honorable Mentions:
Rebecca Gerrior, Canton
Sarah Egan, Foxboro
Linnea Remillard, Franklin
Jessica Sullivan, King Philip
Laura Chaffee, Mansfield
Kate Donahue, Milford
Erin Rigas, North Attleboro
Muskan Kumar, Sharon
Kaelyn Desmond, Stoughton
Tiffany Ye, Taunton

2019 Hockomock League Boys Swimming All Stars

Below are the official 2019 Hockomock League Boys Swimming All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.

Hockomock League MVP

Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames

Hockomock League All Stars

Connor Dunn, Attleboro
Colton Parkinson, Attleboro
Matthew Marcil, Attleboro
Matthew Thompson, Canton
Brendan Mitchell, Canton
Roy Wang, Franklin
Connor Eck, Franklin
Christopher Carey, Franklin
Patrick Juszsyn, Franklin
Brendan LaPuma, Franklin
Colby Viera, King Philip
Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip
Dean Whyte, King Philip
Jackson Klein, King Philip
Cam Stringfellow, King Philip
Derek Whyte, King Philip
Gianno Panno, Milford
Gill Hobart, Milford
Liam Bennett, Milford
Jacob Desmond, Milford
Josh Kravets, Milford
Patrick Parlon, North Attleboro
Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames
Anthony Carraggi, Oliver Ames
Ben Turner, Oliver Ames
Alex Buche, Oliver Ames
Cameron Bourne, Oliver Ames
Ben Melz, Oliver Ames
Nicholas Wang, Sharon
Tim Luc, Taunton
Brady Callahan, Taunton

Honorable Mentions:
Toni Ruggeri, Canton
Dimitri Davis, Foxboro
Brendan LaPuma, Franklin
John Dionis, King Philip
Aden Schwartz, Mansfield
Riley Lynch, Milford
Patrick Parlon, North Attleboro
Daniel Schnitzer, Sharon
Tyler Tran, Stoughton
Martin Dafov, Taunton

Hock Results from MIAA Swimming Sectional Meets

Hock Results from MIAA Swimming Sectional Meets
Oliver Ames’ Morgan Foltz, Ava Kelley, Samantha Streton, and Morgan O’Hara set a new meet record in the 200 yard free relay. (Twitter/@oaswimcoach)

Girls Team Results

1. Duxbury – 291
2. Oliver Ames – 170
9. Franklin – 101
13. King Philip – 74
17. Attleboro – 60
21. Mansfield – 27
22. Sharon – 21
28. Taunton – 15
32. Milford – 10
37. Canton – 5

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Duxbury – 1:521.22
9. Attleboro (Tiffany Chin, Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Elizabeth Saltz, Ella Lynch-Bartek) – 1:59.45
10. Sharon (Cleo Zhou, Cheryl Sung, Rhi Malhotra, Muskan Kumar) – 1:59.57
16. Oliver Ames (Morgan Foltz, Aprille Gangi, Mia Esterman, Sophie Hirtle) – 2:00.97
17. King Philip (Jamie Buckley, Morgan Sachleben, Jessica Sullivan, Megan Campbell) – 2:00.99
19. Taunton (Tiffany Ye, Erin Schrama, Marisa Gay< Angelina Lynch) - 2:01.78 24. Milford (Kimberly Stochaj, Paige Riesman, Eva Persons, Michaela Blackwell) - 2:03.03 27. Franklin (Isabel Capecci, Charlene Peng, Elizabeth Leo, Alyssa LaPuma) - 2:05.95 200 Yard Free
1. Alexa Connors, Silver Lake – 1:51.10
2. Katharine Cashin, Franklin – 1:54.30
7. Elizabeth Saltz, Attleboro – 2:00.34
8. Megan Campbell, King Philip – 2:00.88
11. Kathryn McGuire, Franklin – 2:02.94
15. Angelina Lynch, Taunton – 2:04.01
22. Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 2:05.68
26. Tiffany Chin, Attleboro – 2:10.00
28. Jamie Buckley, King Philip – 2:10.33

200 Yard IM
1. Megan Kramer, Bridgewater-Raynham – 2:05.79
3. Sam Streton, Oliver Ames – 2:14.84
7. Erin Schrama, Taunton – 2:20.06
14. Morgan Sachleben, King Philip – 2:22.12
15. Aprille Gangi, Oliver Ames – 2:23.32

50 Yard Free
1. Michelle Grasberger, Ashland – 24.46
5. Jennifer Prior, Mansfield – 25.27
7. Morgan Foltz, Oliver Ames – 25.31
13. Ava Kelley, Oliver Ames – 26.01
15. Muskan Kumar, Sharon – 26.17
16. Catherine DiGiacomo, King Philip – 26.28
17. Jessica Sullivan, King Philip – 26.35
22. Elizabeth Tang, Franklin – 26.96

1M Diving
1. Mattie Stauss, Hopkinton – 452.65
Semifinals
18. Kayla Schuberth, King Philip – 236.70
20. Morgan Poppenberger, King Philip – 222.60

100 Yard Buttefly
1. Katharine Cashin, Franklin – 57.71
3. Sam Streton, Oliver Ames – 59.88
9. Elizabeth Tang, Franklin – 1:01.67
15. Eva Parsons, Milford – 1:03.03
18. Ava Kelley, Oliver Ames – 1:03.87
22. Rhia Malhota, Sharon – 1:04.93

100 Yard Free
1. Ava Yablonski, Dover-Sherborn – 52.80
2. Morgan O’Hara, Oliver Ames – 53.23
6. Jennifer Prior, Mansfield – 55.37
7. Elizabeth Saltz, Attleboro – 55.69
14. Ella Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 56.62
16. Angelina Lynch, Taunton – 57.55
19. Erin Schrama, Taunton – 57.89
21. Cleo Zhou, Sharon – 58.06
24. Alyssa LaPuma, Franklin – 58.70

500 Yard Free
1. Alexa Connors, Silver Lake – 4:55.72
3. Megan Campbell, King Philip – 5:19.97
4. Kathryn McGuire, Franklin – 5:20.14
10. Morgan Sachleben, King Philip – 5:33.62
11. Kathryn Chew, Franklin – 5:35.46

200 Yard Free Relay
1. Oliver Ames (Morgan Foltz, Ava Kelley, Samantha Streton, Morgan O’Hara) – 1:40.66 (meet record)
10. Attleboro (Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Tiffany Chin, Ella Lynch-Bartek, Elizabeth Saltz) – 1:47.15
11. King Philip (Jessica Sullivan, Jamie Buckley, Brianna McMaster, Catherine DiGiacomo) – 1:47.26
14. Milford (Michaela Blackwell, Kimberly Stochaj, Piper Terrill, Eva Parsons) – 1:47.80
20. Franklin (Katharine Cashin, Abigail Kaplan, Kathryn McGuire, Elizabeth Tang) – 1:48.93
23. Taunton (Erin Schrama, Tiffany Ye, Marisa Gay, Angelina Lynch) – 1:49.61
24. Sharon (Shruthi Kaveti, Procheta Ghosh, Rhia Malhotra, Muskan Kumar) – 1:49.88
29. Mansfield (Mairead Shannon, Jess Harris, Laura Chaffee, Jennifer Prior) – 1:50.90
34. Canton (Amy Coe, Jessica Hart, Maddie Nourse, Brianna Gilchrist) – 1:52.57

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Morgan O’Hara, Oliver Ames – 58.94
10. Morgan Foltz, Olier Ames – 1:02.99
12. Muskan Kumar, Sharon – 1:03.58
15. Kimberley Stochaj, Milford – 1:04.94
16. Tiffany Chin, Attleboro – 1:05.08
17. Kathryn Chew, Franklin – 1:05.19
27. Ella Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 1:06.26
31. Cleo Zhou, Sharon – 1:07.30

100 Yard Breaststroke
1. Megan Kramer, Bridgewater-Raynham – 1:05.08
12. Jessica Hart, Canton – 1:12.50
17. Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 1:12.99
18. Cheryl Sung, Sharon – 1:13.05
30. Aprille Gangi, Oliver Ames – 1:17.37

400 Yard Free Relay
1. Duxbury – 3:42.08
4. Oliver Ames (Samantha Streton, Aprille Gangi, Ava Kelley, Morgan O’Hara) – 3:44.38
5. Franklin (Kathryn McGuire, Elizabeth Tang, Kathryn Chew, Katharine Cashin) – 3:50.69
7. King Philip (Catherine DiGiacomo, Jamie Buckley, Morgan Sachleben, Megan Campbell) – 3:51.93
19. Milford (Michaela Blackwell, Kimberly Stochaj, Kate Donahue, Eva Parsons) – 4:04.49
23. Mansfield (Mairead Shannon, Jess Harris, Laura Chaffee, Jennifer Prior) – 4:06.10
26. Attleboro (Brenna O’Connell, Faith Morrison, Rachel Priestley, Ally Cronin) – 4:26.95

Boys Team Results

1. Nantucket – 228
6. King Philip – 137
9. Oliver Ames – 98.5
20. Attleboro – 37
22. Sharon – 27
23. Taunton – 24
25. Milford – 17
35. Franklin – 2

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Nantucket – 1:38.66
5. King Philip (Colby Vieira, Tyler Stringfellow, Dean Whyte, Derek Whyte) – 1:43.37
17. Attleboro (Matt Marcil, Colton Parkinson, Alex Harrop, Connor Dunn) – 1:49.48
21. Milford (Joshua Kravets, Liam Bennett, Gillieson Hobart, Riley Lynch) – 1:51.74
27. Franklin (Daniel Gurge, Arun Kavishwar, Nicholas Rich, Brendan LaPuma) – 1:58.02
28. Oliver Ames (Justin Vega-Lopez, Drew Cheng, Kris Puskar, Ben Melz) – 1:59.29

200 Yard Free
1. Tyler Roethke, Nantucket – 1:42.55
5. Colby Vieira, King Philip – 1:46.29
6. Colton Parkinson, Attleboro – 1:48.05
13. Gianna Panno, Milford – 1:54.44

200 Yard IM
1. Henry Keegan, Needham – 1:56.79
3. Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames – 1:58.90
4. Colton Parkinson, Attleboro – 2:00.37
5. Nicholas Wang, Sharon – 2:02.55
16. Roy Wang, Franklin – 2:10.42

50 Yard Free
1. Blake Anderson, Seekonk – 22.09
6. Tim Luc, Taunton – 22.95
9. Connor Dunn, Attleboro – 23.01
21. Anthony Carraggi, Oliver Ames – 23.83

1 mtr Diving
1. John Ryan Byers, Newton North – 523.30
7. Cam Bourne, Oliver Ames – 390.55

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Grant Beebe, Nantucket – 51.47
13. Ben Turner, Oliver Ames – 57.50
19. Alex Buche, Oliver Ames – 58.78
23. Gillieson Hobart, Milford – 1:00.25

100 Yard Free
1. Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames – 48.11
8. Tim Luc, Taunton – 50.51
14. Gianno Panno, Milford – 51.21
19. Connor Dunn, Attleboro – 51.68
27. Anthony Carraggi, Oliver Ames – 53.69

500 Yard Free
1. Tyler Roethke, Nantucket – 4:39.88
2. Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip – 4:42.92
8. Alex Buche, Oliver Ames – 5:09.78

200 Free Relay
1. Needham – 1:31.89
11. Oliver Ames (Anthony Carraggi, Alex Buche, Ben Turner, Kyle Gray) – 1:34.99
13. Milford (Joshua Kravets, Jacob Desmond, Gillieson Hobart, Gianni Panno) – 1:35.85
17. Attleboro (Colton Parkinson, Matt Marcil, Brett Wortham, Connor Dunn) – 1:37.01
24. Franklin (Roy Wang, Nicholas Rich, Brendan LaPuma, Connor Eck) – 1:39.26
25. King Philip (Jackson Klein, John Dionis, Sean Morrison, Dean Whyte) – 1:39.82

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Alex Pecze, Ashland – 52.72
4. Colby Vieira, King Philip – 54.60
16. Derek Whyte, King Philip – 59.94

100 Yard Breaststroke
1. Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip – 59.65
6. Nicholas Wang, Sharon – 1:03.47
10. Dean Whyte, King Philip – 1:04.67
16. Roy Wang, Franklin – 1:05.31

400 Yard Free Relay
1. Nantucket – 3:16.76
4. King Philip (Colby Vieira, Derek Whyte, Dean Whyte, Tyler Stringfellow) – 3:24.47
7. Oliver Ames (Anthony Carraggi, Alex Buche, Ben Turner, Kyle Gray) – 3:27.47
16. Milford (Joshua Kravets, Jacob Desmond, Gillieson Hobart, Gianni Panno) – 3:33.76
22. Franklin (Roy Wang, Patrick Juszczyszyn, Connor Eck, Brendan LaPuma) – 3:43.98

Player of the Week: Morgan O’Hara, OA Swimming

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Oliver Ames' Morgan O'Hara
 
By HockomockSports.com Staff

Oliver Ames junior Morgan O’Hara has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for Jan. 27 through Feb. 2. O’Hara is the 18th player chosen as Player of the Week for the 2018-19 school year and the eighth player in the winter season.

O’Hara dominated the annual Hockomock Girls Swim Championships at Milford High this weekend, helping Oliver Ames win its first ever team title at the meet. O’Hara finished in first in all four of the events that she took part in (two individual races and two relays) and set new meet records in all four. The Tigers grabbed the lead only a few races into the meet and never looked back, finishing with 378 points as a team, which was more than 60 points better than second place Franklin. OA also won the Kelley-Rex dual meet title with a perfect 5-0 record.

“Morgan is the example of leading the team,” said Oliver Ames coach Lauren Gray. “Morgan has always kept her eye on everyone in the league and she knew what she wanted to achieve. It shows in how she’s beating her own records year after year.”

It wasn’t until the sixth race of the day that O’Hara first got into the pool, but she made an instant impact, winning the 100-yard freestyle in a meet record time of 53.54. It broke the record that she set last winter. Two events later, O’Hara was the anchor leg for the meet record-setting 200-yard freestyle relay team, which finished in 1:42.74, nearly five seconds better than the second place team from Attleboro.

In the very next event, O’Hara showed her versatility by winning the 100-yard backstroke in a time of 59.12, more than three seconds better than the second place finisher and another time that eclipsed a meet record that she set last year. Although the title was mostly secured going into the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, OA made sure to finish in style, setting a fourth meet record with a time of 3:46.66. It was more than eight seconds better than the second place team from Franklin. O’Hara swam the anchor leg to close out the meet for the Tigers.

The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.

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Hockomock Girls Swim Championships – 2019 Results

Hockomock Girls Swimming
Oliver Ames won its first team title at the annual Hockomock League Girls Swimming Championships, matching its Kelley-Rex dual meet title. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

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Team Results

1. Oliver Ames – 378
2. Franklin – 316
3. King Philip – 220
4. Attleboro – 218
5. Sharon – 200
6. Taunton – 176
7. Milford – 152
8. Mansfield – 136
9. Canton – 102
10. Foxboro – 85
11. North Attleboro – 67
12 Stoughton – 61

Race Results

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Attleboro (Tiffany Chin, Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Elizabeth Saltz, Ella Lynch-Bartek) – 1:59.07
2. Sharon (Cleo Zhou, Cheryl Sung, Ria Malhotra, Muskan Kumar) – 2:00.62
3. King Philip (Jamie Buckley, Morgan Sachleben, Jessica Sullivan, Catherine DiGiacomo) – 2:01.14
4. Milford (Kimberly Stochaj, Victoria Monica, Eva Parsons, Michaela Blackwell) – 2:03.09
5. Oliver Ames (Morgan Foltz, Aprille Gangi, Mia Esterman, Sophie Hirtle) – 2:03.88
6. Franklin (Isabel Capecci, Charlene Peng, Elizabeth Leo, Alyssa LaPuma) – 2:05.41

200 Yard Free
1. Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 2:02.02
2. Elizabeth Saltz, Attleboro – 2:02.15
3. Megan Campbell, King Philip – 2:03.00
4. Kathryn McGuire, Franklin – 2:04.41
5. Angelina Lynch, Taunton – 2:05.46
6. Jamie Buckley, King Philip – 2:09.45

200 Yard IM
1. Katherine Cashin, Franklin – 2:14.00
2. Sam Streton, Oliver Ames – 2:17.05
3. Aprille Gangi, Oliver Ames – 2:21.94
4. Erin Schrama, Taunton – 2:22.62
5. Morgan Sachleben, King Philip – 2:25.76
6. Pamela Nelson, Foxboro – 2:29.77

50 Yard Free
1. Jennifer Prior, Mansfield – 25.71
2. Morgan Foltz, Oliver Ames – 25.91
3. Angelina Lynch, Taunton – 25.95
4. Elizabeth Saltz, Attleboro – 26.11
5. Ava Kelley, Oliver Ames – 26.22
6. Muskan Kumar, Sharon – 26.64

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Sam Streton, Oliver Ames – 1:00.89
2. Elizabeth Tang, Franklin – 1:02.98
3. Eva Parsons, Milford – 1:03.63
4. Rhia Malhotra, Sharon – 1:04.90
5. Ava Kelley, Oliver Ames – 1:04.98
6. Muskan Kumar, Sharon – 1:05.27

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100 Yard Free
1. Morgan O’Hara, Oliver Ames – 53.54
2. Jennifer Prior, Mansfield – 55.58
3. Cleo Zhou, Sharon – 58.99
4. Alyssa LaPuma, Franklin – 59.08
5. Kathryn Chew, Franklin – 59.16
6. Linnea Remmilard, Franklin – 1:00.75

500 Yard Free
1. Kathryn McGuire, Franklin – 5:26.54
2. Megan Campbell, King Philip – 5:33.39
3. Morgan Sachleben, King Philip – 5:39.71
4. Maia Wainwright, Franklin – 5:53.05
5. Tiffany Chin, Attleboro – 5:54.05
6. Pamela Nelson, Foxboro – 5:56.23

200 Yard Free Relay
1. Oliver Ames (Ava Kelley, Morgan Foltz, Sam Streton, Morgan O’Hara) – 1:42.74
2. Attleboro (Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Tiffany Chin, Ella Lynch-Bartek, Elizabeth Saltz) – 1:47.13
3. Franklin (Kathryn Chew, Kathryn McGuire, Elizabeth Tang, Katharine Cashin) – 1:49.54
4. King Philip (Jessica Sullivan, Brianna McMaster, Catherine DiGiacomo, Megan Campbell) – 1:50.18
5. Mansfield (Mairead Shannon, Jess Harris, Laura Chaffee, Jennifer Prior) – 1:50.42
6. Taunton (Erin Schrama, Tiffany Ye, Marisa Gay, Angeline Lynch) – 1:51.80

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Morgan O’Hara, Oliver Ames – 59.12
2. Katharine Cashin, Franklin – 1:02.62
3. Morgan Foltz, Oliver Ames – 1:03.96
4. Kimberly Stochaj, Milford – 1:05.24
5. Ella Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 1:05.70
6. Cleo Zhou, Sharon – 1:05.99

100 Yard Breaststroke
1. Jackie Lynch-Bartek, Attleboro – 1:13.54
2. Cheryl Sung, Sharon – 1:14.52
3. Jessica Hart, Canton – 1:14.68
4. Aprille Gangi, Oliver Ames – 1:16.66
5. Emma O’Hara, Oliver Ames – 1:18.72
6. Shruthi Kaveti, Sharon – 1:19.25

400 Yard Free Relay
1. Oliver Ames (Ava Kelley, Sam Streton, Aprille Gangi, Morgan O’Hara) – 3:46.66
2. Franklin (Elizabeth Tang, Kathryn McGuire, Kathryn Chew, Katharine Cashin) – 3:54.83
3. King Philip (Catherine DiGiacomo, Morgan Sachleben, Jamie Buckley, Megan Campbell) – 3:56.23
4. Milford (Michaela Blackwell, Kimberly Stochaj, Kate Donahue, Eva Parsons) – 4:06.63
5. Mansfield (Mairead Shannon, Jess Harris, Laura Chaffee, Jennifer Prior) – 4:06.98
6. Sharon (Shruthi Kaveti, Christina Sung, Cheryl Sung, Cleo Zhou) – 4:13.54

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Hockomock Boys Swim Championships – 2019 Results

Hockomock boys swimming
Franklin boys swim captured its second straight Hockomock Championship title. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)

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Team Results

1. Franklin – 326
2. King Philip – 321
T3. Milford – 251
T3. Oliver Ames – 251
5. Attleboro – 203
6. Canton – 181
7. Taunton – 146
8. Sharon – 130
9. Mansfield – 103
10. North Attleboro – 100
11. Stoughton – 50
12. Foxboro – 26

Race Results

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. King Philip (Colby Vieira, Tyler Stringfellow, Dean Whyte, Jackson Klein) – 1:46.05
2. Attleboro (Matt Marcil, Colton Parkinson, Alex Harrop, Connor Dunn) – 1:52.87
3. Milford (Joshua Kravets, Liam Bennett, Gillieson Hobart, Riley Lynch) – 1:53.10
4. Taunton (Brady Callahan, Martin Dafov, Tim Luc, Peter Ye) – 1:55.02
5. Franklin (Daniel Gurge, Arun Kavishwar, Nicholas Rich, Bleddyn Titmuss) – 1:56.33
6. Sharon (Sean Morrison, Jonathan Sears, Nicholas Wang, Danny Schnitzer) – 2:00.03

200 Yard Free
1. Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip – 1:48.44
2. Gianni Panno, Milford – 1:54.90
3. Cam Stringfellow, King Philip – 2:00.46
4. Patrick Juszczyszyn, Franklin – 2:01.97
5. Matthew Thompson, Canton – 2:04.09
6. Patrick Parlon, North Attleboro – 2:05.39

200 Yard IM
1. Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames – 1:59.88
2. Colton Parkinson, Attleboro – 2:00.43
3. Nicholas Wang, Sharon – 2:04.40
4. Dean Whyte, King Philip – 2:12.98
5. Brendan Mitchell, Canton – 2:25.48
6. James Wu, Franklin – 2:25.73

50 Yard Free
1. Connor Dunn, Attleboro – 23.40
2. Tim Luc, Taunton – 23.48
3. Connor Eck, Franklin – 24.65
4. Anthony Carraggi, Oliver Ames – 24.66
5. Jacob Desmond, Milford – 25.11
6. Joshua Kravets, Milford – 25.31

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Colby Vieira, King Philip – 55.94
2. Tim Luc, Taunton – 57.33
3. Nicholas Wang, Sharon – 57.65
4. Alex Buche, Oliver Ames – 58.35
5. Ben Turner, Oliver Ames – 58.49
6. Gillieson Hobart, Milford – 58.84

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100 Yard Free
1. Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames – 49.91
2. Gianni Panno, Milford – 51.19
3. Connor Dunn, Attleboro – 52.17
4. Anthony Carraggi, Oliver Ames – 53.42
5. Roy Wang, Franklin – 54.16
6. Jackson Klein, King Philip – 56.68

500 Yard Free
1. Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip – 4:44.83
2. Colton Parkinson, Attleboro – 5:01.95
3. Christopher Carey, Franklin – 5:06.10
4. Alex Buche, Oliver Ames – 5:11.07
5. Derek Whyte, King Philip – 5:21.15
6. Patrick Juszczyszyn, Franklin – 5:28.44

200 Yard Free Relay
1. Oliver Ames (Anthony Carraggi, Ben Turner, Alex Buche, Kyle Gray) – 1:36.86
2. Attleboro (Colton Parkinson, Matt Marcil, Brett Wortham, Connor Dunn) – 1:38.80
3. Franklin (Roy Wang, Brendan LaPuma, Connor Eck, Christopher Carey) – 1:39.20
4. Milford (Gianni Panno, Ted Stearns, Riley Lynch, Jacob Desmond) – 1:40.37
5. King Philip (Jackson Klein, John Dionis, Sean Morrison, Derek Whyte) – 1:42.93
6. Taunton (Garrett Rainey, Brady Callahan, Peter Ye, Tim Luc) – Taunton – 1:44.52

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Colby Viera, King Philip – 56.69
2. Derek Whyte, King Philip – 1:00.24
3. Gillieson Hobart, Milford – 1:01.67
4. Brady Callahan, Taunton – 1:03.23
5. Joshua Kravets, Milford – 1:03.82
6. Matt Marcil, Attleboro – 1:04.10

100 Yard Breaststroke
1. Dean Whyte, King Philip – 1:04.56
2. Roy Wang, Franklin – 1:04.77
3. Liam Bennett, Milford – 1:08.58
4. Ben Turner, Oliver Ames – 1:08.88
5. Brendan LaPuma, Franklin – 1:10.88
6. Matthew Thompson, Canton – 1:11.38

400 Yard Free Relay
1. King Philip (Colby Vieira, Derek Whyte, Dean Whyte, Tyler Stringfellow) – 3:26.97
2. Oliver Ames (Anthony Carraggi, Alex Buche, Ben Turner, Kyle Gray) – 3:28.09
3. Milford (Gianni Panno, Joshua Kravets, Gillieson Hobart, Jacob Desmond) – 3:33.43
4. Franklin (Roy Wang, Connor Eck, Brendan LaPuma, Christopher Carey) – 3:41.51
5. Canton (Javier Frestler, Nathan Rousseau, Antonino Ruggeri, Brendan Mitchell) – 4:00.41
6. Mansfield (Matt Whalen, Owen Lasbury-Casey, Mike Peel, Aden Schwartz) – 4:06.04

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2019 Psych Sheets – Hockomock Swim Championships

Below are the psych sheets for this weekend’s Hockomock League Swimming Championships. Please note: these are not results. Psych sheets list seed times and how swimmers are seeded compared to other swimmers in a particular event. The Hockomock League Swim Championships will take place this weekend at Milford; the boys are on Friday starting at 4:15 while the girls are on Saturday at 9:15AM.

Boys

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Girls

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KP’s Schnabel Enjoying Last Laps at Northeastern

Carly Schnabel
King Philip alum and Northeastern University senior Carly Schnabel competes in a freestyle event for the Huskies this season. (Jim Pierce/Northeastern University Athletics)

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After two years of swimming at King Philip, Carly Schnabel made a decision to step away from the high school team and commit herself fully to her club team, the Shamrock Swim Club based in Milton, and to USA Swimming.

Competing at the Div. I level in college had been her dream since she was just six or seven years old and pulled on a swim cap for the first time at the Sher-Lo-Mon Swim Club in Cumberland, R.I. Heading into her junior year at KP, Schnabel’s times were right on the cusp between DI and DII.

“It was definitely one of those moments where it was make or break right now,” Schnabel recalled during a phone call this week. She admits that it was a very tough decision to step away from the Warriors but a necessary one to achieve her goals. “When I stepped away from high school and really focused on swimming club,” she explained, “then I was able to get fast enough to swim Div. I, which was my dream.”

She added, “It was sort of a necessary thing to do at the time that wasn’t necessarily fun but something I had to do to get where I wanted to be.”

It was a decision that paid off. Schnabel is now entering her senior season as the captain of the Northeastern University swim team, and she holds three school records for the Huskies (500-yard freestyle, 1,000-yard freestyle, and 400-yard medley relay).

“It’s surreal. It’s crazy,” Schnabel said with a laugh. “I think back to putting on a swim cap for the first time at six or seven and thinking about how much I hated getting in the water. I wish I could say to my 5-year-old self it’s going to be okay, you’re going to make it.”

Schnabel made an instant impact on Huntington Ave. She was named the team’s Rookie of the Year after her freshman season. She won the 100-free against New Hampshire in one of her first meets, won three events against Vermont, and was part of a second place finish for the 200 medley relay at the CAA (Colonial Athletic Association) Championships.

All that success came while getting acclimated to college life, to the rigorous schedule of a DI program, and new weightlifting and training regimens.

“I wouldn’t say surprised, but pleased,” Schnabel said about her early success at Northeastern. “Adjusting to college is something that’s very difficult but I guess I really took to it and freshman year I was training with some really great coaches and really great swimmers and really focused on it and was able to rally together to put a result out there.”

When asked if she had a moment during that freshman season when she realized that she had made it and that she was a DI-caliber swimmer, Schnabel laughed and replied, “I still have those moments of shock where I can’t believe that I’m here and doing this because I never expected to realize my dream. Even as a senior I have moments where I’m like this is it, this is the level, this is exactly what I’ve been working for.”

During the summer between her freshman and sophomore seasons, Schnabel committed to training and preparing herself for the rigors of another year in the pool. She also switched from sprinting events to distance, which she believed was “more natural” for her.

It was another decision that worked perfectly. Schnabel won three events and took second in another in her season debut against Boston University. Set the program record in the 1,000-free against Harvard and then set a new 500-free record at the CAA Championships (while totaling 30 individual points, which was the second highest total in program history). After a season filled with first place finishes, she was honored as the team MVP.

“I guess that year everything just sort of clicked,” she said. “I had the first year to adjust to Northeastern and adjust to weightlifting and new training and over the summer I just buckled down.”

Not only was Schnabel a success in the pool, but she was also recognized for her leadership outside of it. Following her junior season, she was awarded the inaugural CAA Leadership and Sports Excellence Award, after being nominated by her coaches and academic advisors. She was chosen out of nominees from each of the conference’s women’s swim teams.

“I had no idea I was nominated,” she explained. “I was on campus in the summer, so I was sitting in a classroom when I got a call from my coach who was like, ‘Hey congrats!’ And I was like, ‘For what?’”

Schnabel added, “I was very honored and very humbled to win an award beyond swimming. It encompasses more of my personality and more of my character, which is what I value more than just times. At the end of the day, it’s about what person am I and what has swimming made me. It was nice to be recognized that it’s going well.”

Northeastern has started the season 3-2 with wins over BU, Lehigh, and Maine. It is still early going and there is a lot of swimming still to go before the season closes at the CAA Championships in February. There is always pressure to perform at the DI level, but Schnabel is taking a different approach to her final season. She is trying to appreciate the moment and enjoy one last season at the Barletta Natatorium.

“I’m definitely trying to enjoy the season, enjoy the process,” she said. “Now that I have more perspective, I just decided that I’ll work as hard as I can at practice and the times will come. It’s more about putting in what I need to put in, not overly stress about it and enjoy everything that’s going on. So far, it’s been really great.”

With the Huskies off for the weekend because of nationals, it was a good moment for Schnabel to reflect on just how far she has come and how much swimming has added to her collegiate experience.

“I couldn’t imagine being here without it,” she said. “It’s definitely what has made my college experience so amazing and worthwhile. I’m really glad that I did it and I’m really sad that it’s my last year.”

How does she want to close out her career? “No regrets,” she said. “I want to finish my last race and say that was the best I could’ve done and that’s how I want to end my career. It doesn’t have to be my best time but just some closure.”

Northeastern will be back in action on Dec. 8 against UNH.