Springfield hits the pool in winning form

mbanks@comporium.netJune 10, 2013 

SpringfieldÕs Cameron Levosky swims the backstroke portion of the girlÕs 15-18 200-meter medley relay.

MAC BANKS - SPECIAL TO THE FORT MILL TIMES — Mac Banks - Special to the Fort Mill Times

— The Springfield Greenwave swim team picked up exactly where it left off last summer by winning the first meet of the new season.

After moving into a more difficult division as part of the Greater Charlotte Swim League, the Greenwave beat Candlewyck 337-129 in a rain-shortened meet last week.

Springfield won nine of the 10 relay events it participated in.

Individual winners for Springfield were:

Evelyn Peters – girls’ 11-12 50-meter freestyle, 50-meter backstroke and 100-meter individual medley

Reed Richardson – boys’ eight and under 25-meter freestyle and backstroke

Ryan Williams – boys’ 13-14 50-meter freestyle and 100-meter individual medley

Nathaniel Whyte – boys’ 15-18 50-meter freestyle and backstroke

Tegan Strickland – girls’ 13-14 50-meter backstroke and 100-meter individual medley

Sabrina Riehl – girls’ 15-18 50-meter backstroke and 100-meter individual medley

Gabe Schmitz – boys’ six and under 25-meter freestyle

Emily Eaton – girls’ eight and under 25-meter freestyle

Josephine Clark – girls’ 9-10 25-meter freestyle

Cameron Bruce – boys’ 9-10 25-meter freestyle

Sutton Jones – girls’ 13-14 50-meter freestyle

Addison Miller – girls’ eight and under 25-meter backstroke

Katie Marin – girls’ 9-10 25-meter backstroke

Ian Madsen – boys’ 9-10 25-meter backstroke

Seth Richardson – boys’ 11-12 50-meter backstroke

Tyler Mingonet – boys’ 13-14 50-meter backstroke

Gigi Stokes – girls’ 10 and under 100-meter individual medley

Samuel Fitzgerald – boys’ 15-18 100-meter individual medley

The Greenwave will have two more meets this week, against Providence Downs and Stone Creek.

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