Springfield’s Greenwave out-swims Providence

mbanks@comporium.netJune 17, 2013 


— The Springfield Greenwave picked up its second win of the season in as many swim meets, and then was washed out by Mother Nature.

Springfield beat Providence Downs 459-383 earlier in the week and then last Thursday after an hour rain delay started its meet against Stone Creek, the teams got just four events into it before the meet was called due to inclement weather. A make-up date will be set for later this season.

Against Providence Downs, the Greenwave won 38 of the 70 events, including 11 relay events. They had three swimmers – Evelyn Peters, Ryan Williams and Sabrina Riehl – win three events and had two swimmers – Reed Richardson and Emily Eaton – win two events.

Individual winners for Springfield were:

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

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

Sabrina Riehl – girls’ 15-18 50-meter freestyle, 100-meter individual medley and 50-meter butterfly

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

Emily Eaton – girls’ eight and under 25-meter backstroke and 25-meter butterfly

Mia Clyburn – girls’ six and under 25-meter freestyle

James Jones – boys’ six and under 25-meter freestyle

Jocelyn Ostrosky – girls’ eight and under 25-meter freestyle

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

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

Samuel Fitzgereld – boys’ 15-18 50-meter backstroke

Heyden Mountcastle – boys’ eight and under 25-meter breaststroke

Riley Haynie – boys’ 9-10 25-meter breaststroke

Apryl Beck – girls’ 11-12 50-meter breaststroke

Bennett Jones – boys’ 13-14 50-meter breaststroke

Avery Williams – girls’ 15-18 50-meter breaststroke

Zander Dillard – boys’ 9-10 25-meter butterfly

Victoria Morgan – girls’ 11-12 50-meter butterfly

Nathaniel Whyte – boys’ 15-18 50-meter butterfly

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