JAMESTOWN - Dunkirk's Andrew Saye and Peter Kubera each took first place in their respective events to highlight a 97-67 defeat at the hands of the Southwestern Trojans on Tuesday in CCAA Division 1 boys high school swimming.
Saye took first place in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:17.28 while Kubera placed first in diving with 127.56 points.
Also taking first place was the 200 medley relay team of Josh Saye, Andrew Saye, Charles Medema and Billy Bradley. The foursome finished the event in 2:05.80.
Second-place finishers for the Marauders included Bradley (50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke) and Medema (100 butterfly and 100 backstroke).
"Although we may have lost, the Dunkirk swimmers swam hard against a very talented Southwestern team," Dunkirk coach Bryan Westling said. "As long as my athletes continue to work and practice hard, I see no limits to the heights that they will reach. This is the second meet in a row that we have scored at least 60 points and I feel that for a small team like ours, that is a very large accomplishment."
Fredonia 54, Franklinville 48
FRANKLINVILLE - Down 25-17 after the 1-meter diving event, the Fredonia Hillbillies (1-2) finished first and second in three of the next four individual events to go up 46-38 en route to a 54-48 win in CCAA Division 1 boys swimming action Tuesday.
Matt Zevenbergen (1:23.39) and Nick Vecchio (1:27.03) took first and second in the 100-yard backstroke, Jacob Brown (1:06.01) and Trystan Meyer (1:06.07) took the top two spots in the 100 butterfly and Zevenbergen (1:02.65) and Jacob Thompson (1:07.83) took first and second in the 100 freestyle.
Zevenberger also took first in the 100 backstroke in a time of 1:23.39 while Reed Porterfield took home the top spot in both the 200 IM (2:25.16) and 100 breaststroke (1:10.33)
Fredonia will be home against Southwestern on Thursday.