Wilmington boys swim to quad meet win

By Shawn Robinson - WNJ Sports Writer

Ricky Dungan

Ricky Dungan

WILMINGTON – The Wilmington boys had six first- and second-place finishes in 11 events to win a quad swim meet Tuesday at Wilmington College.

Little Miami edged Minster for second. Clinton-Massie finished fourth.

Ricky Dungan, Sam Osborn and Harrison Law started and ended the meet with relay victories in the 200-meter medley relay and 400 free relay. Josh Andrews joined that trio for the 200 medley relay victory and P.J. Godsey swam a leg in the 400 free relay.

Dungan also won the 200 free relay by 33 seconds and the 100 free by six seconds. Osborn won the 50 free by nearly three seconds. Law won the 100 back by three seconds.

Aidan Hester was runner-up in the 200 free as was Godsey in the 50 free, Andrews in the 100 breaststroke, Law in the 100 fly and Luke Mulvey in the 100 backstroke. Andrews, Godsey, Rory Bell and Simon Heys took second in the 200 free relay.

Luke Ruther tallied a first-place finish in the 100 breast and a third-place finish in the 50 free to lead the Clinton-Massie boys. Wesley Vert took second in the 200 IM and 400 free. Ruther and Vert were part of the third-place 200 free relay with Andrew Houseman and Noah Brausch.

On the girls side, Minster finished first while Little Miami edged Wilmington for second place. Clinton-Massie finished fourth.

Petra Bray logged the Hurricane’s best finishes with a second in the 50 free and thirds as part of the 200 free relay with Shannon O’Boyle, Abby Greene and Leah Deck; 200 medley relay with Rachael Billups, Mady Steinmetz and Morgan Bahr; and 400 free relay with O’Boyle, Greene and Billups.

The Clinton-Massie girls’ best finish came from McKenzie Carter, a seventh in the 100 breaststroke.


Boys: Wilmington 394, Little Miami 315, Minster 312, Clinton-Massie 134.

Girls: Minster 450, Little Miami 369, Wilmington 319, Clinton-Massie 44.

Ricky Dungan
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By Shawn Robinson

WNJ Sports Writer