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

Hockomock Boys Swim Championships – 2019 Results

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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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Wednesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 12/12/18

Today’s games are listed below.

Girls Basketball
Attleboro, 44 vs. Cumberland, 24 – FinalAttleboro bounced back from last night’s loss with a strong defensive performance to earn its first win of the season. Mackenzie Roberts had 11 points to lead the Bombardiers, Liv McCall scored nine, and Jordyn Lako had eight points and 11 rebounds. Attleboro coach Marty Crowley added that senior Dom Garnes gave the Bombardiers great defense off the bench.

Boys Hockey
Canton, 7 vs. Plymouth South, 2 – FinalCanton senior Ryan Nolte scored a hat trick and junior Chris Lavoie found the back of the net twice as Canton opened its season with a win over Plymouth South. The Bulldogs will play Plymouth North in the final of the Jim Gormley Cup on Saturday at 4:00 at Gallo.

Foxboro, 6 vs. Tri-County, 0 – Final

Mansfield, 4 vs. Walpole, 1 – FinalMansfield built a 2-0 lead after the first period, extended it to 3-1 in the second, and added an insurance goal in the third to pick up its second win of the season. The Hornets had four different goal scorers with Matt Copponi, Brad Grant, Jack Garland, and Ben Ierardo each lighting the lamp. Copponi, Grant, and Austin Ricker each had assists. The Hornets cashed in twice on the power play and went 3-for-3 on the penalty kill.

Stoughton, 1 vs. Cardinal Spellman, 5 – FinalCarter Gerome scored the lone goal in the Black Knights’ season-opener.

Girls Hockey
Canton, 4 vs. Plymouth South, 0 – FinalMaggie Malloy scored a pair of goals and added an assist as Canton improved to 2-0 on the season. Ava Pacitti made 11 saves in net to earn the shutout.

Franklin, 4 vs. Medway, 3 – FinalCassi Ronan scored a pair of goals and Regan Paterson and Libby Carter each tallied once to lift the Panthers to a season-opening win.

King Philip, 1 vs. Walpole, 4 – Final
Stoughton, 2 vs. Scituate, 11 – Final

Wrestling
Canton, 36 @ Oliver Ames, 31 – FinalRemi Creighton, Nick McGovern, Billy Tat, Andrew Fraser, and Dean Pacini all earned wins for Oliver Ames but the Tigers suffered a setback to Canton.

Foxboro, 41 vs. Dedham, 33 – Final

Franklin, 49 vs. Tri-County, 19 – Final

North Attleboro, 27 @ Mansfield, 45 – FinalClick here for a photo gallery from this match. – Mansfield showed off its strength, experience, and versatility in the middle weights to earn a non-league win against North Attleboro. The Hornets led 33-0 after starting the meet at 120 pounds. Antonios Sevastos earned a 10-3 win to start the Hornets off with four points and Andy Triantafilopoulos followed with a 17-2 win at 126. Steven Chase earned a pin at 132 and Stefan Steyn won 2-0 at 138. Will Stratton won at 145 and CJ and George Glaropoulos each followed with pins. Montrell Jackson got North’s first team points with a pin, coming back from 6-1 down in the first and 8-6 down in the third to make it 33-6. Jayden Curley answered back with a pin at 182, but North won three straight matches to cut into the lead. Liam Rizk won at 195 and then John Kummer (220), Mateusz Kudra (285), and Tanner Ferguson (106) had back-to-back-to-back pins. Max Farley closed the meet for the Hornets with a pin at 113.

Sharon, 69 @ Taunton, 12 – FinalThe Eagles had 10 wrestlers win by pinfall to earn a win over Taunton. Adam Landstein (106), Ben Shocket (113), Amit Levin (120), Vinay Chinnam (126), Aaron Cashton (132), Kevin Simons (138), Tyler Cashton (145), Andrew Ableman (160), Jon Wald (182), and Alex Bolt (195) each earned a victory by fall for Sharon. Taunton’s Corey Abelard (220) and Mason Frank (285) each win by pinfall in under a minute.

Boys Swimming
Canton, 81 @ King Philip, 88 – FinalKing Philip captains Tyler Stringfellow and Colby Vieira both had strong performances in the first meet of the season for the Warriors. Stringfellow won the 50 free while Vieira took first in the 100 fly and 10 backstroke. Cameron Stringfellow, John Dionis, and Dean Whyte added first place finishes, while Jackson Klein and Andrew Pham were consistent point scorers as well.

North Attleboro, 69 @ Oliver Ames, 93 – Final

Girls Swimming
Canton, 89 @ King Philip, 79 – FinalKing Philip’s Megan Campbell, Jess Sullivan, Cate Digiacomo, and Morgan Sachleben put forth a strong effort with first places finishes for the Warriors.

North Attleboro, 69 @ Oliver Ames, 93 – Final

Thursday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 12/14/17

Today’s games are listed below.

Boys Swimming
Foxboro, 64 @ Attleboro, 87 – FinalAttleboro’s Connor Dunn qualified for sectionals in the 50 free, clocking in at a time of 23.68. Foxboro’s Dan Egan (100 free, 57.84), Thomas Perry (500 free, 6:52.47) and Johnmichael Boucher (100 breaststroke, 1:22.69) each had individual wins for the Warriors.

King Philip, 99 @ Sharon, 54 – FinalKing Philip took first, second and third in the 500 free and picked up first-place finishes in seven of the eight individual races to earn a win at Sharon. Colby Vieira took first in the 100 back and 100 free, Dean Whyte was first in the 20 free, Derek Whyte touched first in the 100 fly, Jackson Klien won the 50 free, and Tate Duffy took first in the 100 breaststroke. In the 500 free, John Dionis (5:51.30) was first, Cameron Stringfellow (6:05.87) was second and Andrew Pham (6:20.18) was third.

Taunton, 87 @ Mansfield, 83 – Final

Girls Swimming
Foxboro, 78 @ Attleboro, 84 – FinalAttleboro’s Jackie Lynch-Bartek swam a sectional-qualifying time in the 200 free and Liz Saltz qualified for states with her performance in the 200 IM, helping the Bombardiers beat Foxboro. Lynch-Bartek clocked in at 2:09.87 to qualify for sectionals while Saltz finished in 2:23.44 in the 200 IM to earn a spot at states. Foxboro’s Pam Nelson and Lindsey Nelson each won a pair of events. Pam Nelson took first in the 500 free (5:42.53), Lindsey Nelson won the 100 breaststroke (1:20.21) and both were apart of the 400 free relay (along with Gina Oullette and Faith Perry) that clocked in first at 4:25.60.

King Philip, 100 @ Sharon, 76 – FinalKing Philip took first in all three relay events and six of the individual events to take down Sharon. Callie Sullivan, Fahra Whichard, Sam Nasson, and Sammy Dewitt won the 200 medley relay in 2:03.72, the team of Megan Campbell, Jess Sullivan, Morgan Sachleben and Whichard won the 200 free in 1:52.47, and Dewitt, Sachleben, Jamie Buckley, and Sullivan won the 400 free in 4:08.70. Sharon’s Ilka Zaniewski won the 50 free (27.01) and Kaveti Shrulhi won the 100 fly (1:09.42).

Taunton, 99 @ Mansfield, 71 – Final

King Philip Boys Win Second Straight Hockomock Meet

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King Philip boys swimming poses with its second straight Hockomock League Championships plaque. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)
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MILFORD, Mass. – The King Philip boys swimming team had to share the dual meet title with Franklin and Taunton.

The Warriors weren’t going to share the Hockomock League Championship title with anyone.

For the second straight year, King Philip took home first place at the league meet held at Milford High School, pulling away from Canton, Milford, Franklin and Taunton down the stretch. The Warriors had a total of 279 points.

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“It was an exciting meet to come into,” said first-year KP head coach Jack Pettine. “We were looking to do the best we could today. Throughout the season we had a lot of great competition to prepare us for today.”

King Philip won the first event of the day (200 medley relay) and it turned out to be the only first place finish the Warriors. In the final 10 events, the Warriors relied on their depth with a swimming finishing in fourth or better in eight of them. The only two events KP didn’t have a placement in the top six were the 100 yard free and the 200 free relay.

“We had some really strong showings from guys all throughout the team,” Pettine said. “After our guys who came in first, the guys who came in second, those little points really add up at the end to get us in first place.”

The team of sophomore Colby Vieira, senior Jack Poppenberger, senior Andy Sprague and sophomore Tyler Stringfellow got the Warriors off to a strong start, clocking in at 1:46.96 to win the 200 medley relay, edging Franklin, Milford and Franklin by a second or less.

That foursome went on to pace King Philip the rest of the way.

Vieira took fourth in the 200 IM (2:07.78) and third in the 100 backstroke (57.74), Poppenberger took third in the 100 breaststroke (1:07.04) and was apart of the 200 free relay that placed seventh, Sprague had a pair of third place finishes, first in the 50 free (23.35) and then in the 100 fly (55.12) and Stringfellow took second in both the 200 free (1:50.30) and 500 free (4:53.69).

Sprague, Vieira and Stringfellow, along with Dean Whyte, took second in the 400 free relay (3:28.06) to finish the meet.

KP also got strong performances from freshman John Dionis (eighth in the 200 free), Dean Whyte (eighth in 200 IM and fifth in the 100 backstroke) and Tate Duffy (fourth in 500 free and eighth in 100 breaststroke). All three were also apart of the 200 free relay that took seventh.

“Dean Whyte came in with some really good placing, Andy Sprague and John Dionis picked up some big points, Kyle Loud helped out too,” Pettine said. “Pretty much everyone on the team, top to bottom, came through in the clutch and that was exciting. It was all-team effort which is great.

“And I could not have done this season without my assistant coach Danielle Hopkins. She kept me going through it all. She worked great with the kids, she was one of our biggest strengths all season long.”

Fresh off a Davenport division dual meet title, Canton carried its momentum in to grab second place with 256 points.

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The Bulldogs followed the lead of senior Sebastian Melendez (four time winner) and capitalized on strong showings in the freestyle events to get second place.

Melendez took first in both the 200 free (1:45.54) and the 500 free (4:46.23) – touching the wall at least five seconds ahead of second place in both events. Melendez also anchored the 400 free relay to a thrilling comeback in the final event of the meet and was also apart of the 200 free relay that took first.

Melendez was joined by seniors Owen Guerini and Sean Mitchell as well as freshman Adrian Bankowski in both relay wins.

“Those were big points there are the end, that really elevated us at the end,” said Canton coach Cheryl Cavanaugh. “Our relays were awesome. All of the kids had personal bests, some of the kids were even knocking as much as five and six seconds off of their time. It was an incredible day for us.

“All of the kids in the middle really improved today and knocked a lot of time off.”

Guerini, Mitchell and Bankowski made their mark throughout the meet as well. Mitchell picked up points with a second place in the 50 free (22.99) and touched in fourth in the 100 breaststroke, Guerini was fifth in the 50 free (23.39) and finished sixth overall in the 100 free and Bankowski, in his first league championship meet, was seventh overall in the 50 free (23.88) and came in sixth in the 500 free (5:32.55)

Diego Ferstler also record points for the Bulldogs, placing ninth in the 50 free, 11th in the 100 free and taking 10th in the 200 medley relay along with Chris Milne, Matthew Gilmore and Justin Diep. Mile also took 11th in the 100 breaststroke and Gilmore and Deep took sixth and 12th, respectively, in the 100 fly.

“We were right in the thick of things for a while and we were shocked to be in first at times and be with the big schools,” Cavanaugh said. “We came in just looking for personal bests and trying to get as many medals as we could. It was great for the kids to hear we were in contention for first place.”

Milford rounded out the top three, finishing with 251 points. Senior Nick Antonellis followed up an impressive performance at last year’s meet with another strong showing on Friday night.

“We were right in the thick of it the entire day,” said Milford head coach Dave Chaplin. “I’ve got to give total credit to our staff, they really prepared the kids for a great performance today. I don’t think we had a kid dive in the pool and not swim their best. Every sectional and state qualifying time we were looking to accomplish, we did that in spades. Just a fantastic effort, it was a great performance.”

Antonellis claimed first place in both the 200 IM (1:59.15) and the 100 fly (53.96) and helped two relay teams to top five finishes.

Antonellis teamed with Daniel Pacella, Chris Watson and Marcello Panno to clock in at 1:47.65 in the 200 medley relay – good enough for third place. That same foursome teamed together for the 400 free relay and finished in 3:35.26, taking fourth place.

Watson surged to a first place finish in the 100 breaststroke.

Panno also placed in the 50 free (sixth, 23.65) and the 100 free (fifth, 52.71). Scarlet Hawk freshman Gillieson Hobert took seven in the 100 backstroke (1:04.77) and 11th in the 50 free (25.25) and teamed with Pacella, Michael Khoury and Gianni Panno for a fourth place finish in the 200 free relay.

Franklin senior Connor Bourgeois won the 50 free (22.51), Oliver Ames sophomore Kyle Gray touched first in a very close 100 free race, coming in at 51.20 – 0.02 seconds ahead of Sharon’s Jason Hertz. North Attleboro’s Nick Haddad claimed first in the 100 backstroke (55.09).

King Philip’s Cara Angelo and Oliver Ames’ Cam Bourne won the diving championships at the beginning of the meet.

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Team Results

1. King Philip – 279
2. Canton – 256
3. Milford – 251
4. Franklin – 249.50
5. Taunton – 238
6. Oliver Ames – 210.50
7. Attleboro – 149
8. Mansfield – 138
9. North Attleboro – 133
10. Sharon – 129
11. Foxboro – 31
12. Stoughton (one swimmer) – 4

Race Results

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. King Philip (Colby Vieira, Jack Poppenberger, Andy Sprague, Tyler Stringfellow) – 1:46.96
2. Franklin (Jack Cashin, Roy Wang, Sumit Choudhury, Connor Bourgeois) – 1:47.41
3. Milford (Daniel Pacella, Chris Watson, Nick Antonellis, Marcello Panno) – 1:47.65
4. Taunton (Navid Darius, Matthew Heather, Caelan Schrama, Noah Moniz) – 1:47.98
5. Attleboro (Colton Parkinson, Camren Fuller, Casey Cross, Connor Dunn) – 1:50.56
6. Mansfield (Zachary Costello, Jared Gabrilowtiz, Sebastian Gwynne, Matthew Weiner) – 1:54.34

200 Yard Free
1. Sebastian Melendez, Canton – 1:45.54
2. Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip – 1:50.30
3. Andrew Abramson, Oliver Ames – 1:56.01
4. Sumit Choudhury, Franklin – 2:02.94
5. Matthew Heather, Taunton – 2:03.00
6. Gianni Panno, Milford – 2:05.40

200 Yard IM
1. Nick Antonellis, Milford – 1:59.15
2. Nick Haddad, North Attleboro – 2:04.76
3. Colton Parkinson, Attleboro – 2:04.28
4. Colby Vieira, King Philip – 2:07.78
5. Noah Moniz, Taunton – 2:07.83
6. Roy Wang, Franklin – 2:10.41

50 Yard Free
1. Connor Bourgeois, Franklin – 22.51
2. Sean Mitchell, Canton – 22.99
3. Andy Sprague, King Philip – 23.35
4. Jason Hertz, Sharon – 23.37
5. Owen Guerini, Canton – 23.39
6. Marcello Panno, Milford – 23.65

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Nick Antonellis, Milford – 53.96
2. Sebastian Gwynne, Mansfield – 54.99
3. Andy Sprague, King Philip – 55.12
4. Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames – 55.17
5. Sumit Choudhury, Franklin – 59.84
6. Matthew Gilmore, Canton – 1:00.65

100 Yard Free
1. Kyle Gray, Oliver Ames – 51.20
2. Jason Hertz, Sharon – 51.22
3. Connor Bourgeois, Franklin – 51.30
4. Caelan Schrama, Taunton – 51.65
5. Marcello Panno, Milford – 52.17
6. Owen Guerini, Canton – 53.08

500 Yard Free
1. Sebastian Melendez, Canton – 4:46.23
2. Tyler Stringfellow, King Philip – 4:53.69
3. Colton Parkinson, Attleboro – 4:54.04
4. Tate Duffy, King Philip – 5:07.26
5. Andrew Abramson, Oliver Ames – 5:07.35
6. Nicholas Lombardo, Oliver Ames – 5:14.78

200 Yard Free Relay
1. Canton (Owen Guerini, Sean Mitchell, Adrian Bankowski, Sebastian Melendez) – 1:31.65
2. Franklin (Jack Cashin, Roy Wang, Sumit Choudhury, Connor Bourgeois) – 1:35.85
3. Sharon (Alexander Lurie, Kevin Yang, Dennis Chau, Jason Hertz) – 1:38.51
4. Milford (Daniel Pacella, Michael Khoury, Gianni Panno, Gillieson Hobert) – 1:39.57
5. Oliver Ames (Anthony Carraggi, Nicholas Lombardo, Alex Buche, Kyle Gray) – 1:40.41
6. North Attleboro (Lucas Haddad, Camrin Young, Brian Hines, Nick Haddad) – 1:42.15

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Nick Haddad, North Attleboro – 55.05
2. Noah Moniz, Taunton – 57.10
3. Colby Vieira, King Philip – 57.74
4. Nicholas Lombardo, Oliver Ames – 1:00.84
5. Dean Whyte, King Philip – 1:02.22
6. Navid Darius, Taunton – 1:04.31

100 Yard Breaststroke
1. Chris Watson, Milford – 1:06.35
2. Roy Wang, Franklin – 1:06.80
3. Jack Poppenberger, King Philip – 1:07.04
4. Sean Mitchell, Canton – 1:07.30
5. Jack Cashin, Franklin – 1:07.89
6. Lucas Haddad, North Attleboro – 1:08.27

400 Yard Free Relay
1. Canton (Owen Guerini, Sean Mitchell, Adrian Bankowski, Sebastian Melendez) – 2:36.31
2. King Philip (Andy Sprague, Dean Whyte, Colby Vieira, Tyler Stringfellow) – 3:28.06
3. Taunton (Noah Moniz, Matthew Heather, Johnathan Rego, Caelan Schrama) – 3:31.89
4. Milford (Marcello Panno, Daniel Pacella, Chris Watson, Nick Antonellis) – 3:35.26
5. Oliver Ames (Nicholas Lombardo, Alex Buche, Andrew Abramson, Kyle Gray) – 3:35.39
6. Attleboro (Connor Dunn, Casey Cross, Camren Fuller, Colton Parkinson) – 3:44.91

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