Baxter swimmers defeat Rock Hill

mbanks@comporium.netJune 24, 2013 

— The Baxter Barracudas swim team caught a lucky break recently – the rains held off.

Baxter had just one meet last week, beating Rock Hill 317-271. Baxter won four of eight relay events and had 17 individual winners claiming victory in 29 events. They had four swimmers – Jenna Pehowski, Stephen Kim, Erynn Black and Ben Fenwick – win three events.

And four more swimmers – Ben Sullivan, Drew Fey, Veronica Mobbs and Noah Griffin – won two events.

This week they will have the makeup meet against the Landing as well as the second meeting against Tega Cay. The first meeting was rained out. Baxter will wrap up its season at the Metrolina Invitational and Metrolina Championship.

Individual winners for Baxter were:

Jenna Pehowski – girls’ 13-14 50-meter freestyle, 100-meter individual medley and 50-meter butterfly

Stephen Kim – boys’ 9-10 25-meter backstroke, 25-meter breaststroke and 25-meter butterfly

Erynn Black – girls’ 11-12 100-meter individual medley, 50-meter breaststroke, and 50-meter butterfly

Ben Fenwick – boys’ 11-12 100-meter individual medley, 50-meter breaststroke and 50-meter butterfly

Ben Sullivan – boys’ six and under 25-meter freestyle and 25-meter backstroke

Drew Fey – boys’ 9-10 25-meter freestyle and boys’ 10 and under 100-meter individual medley

Veronica Mobbs – girls’ 15-18 50-meter backstroke and 50-meter breaststroke

Noah Griffin – boys’ 13-14 50-meter breaststroke and 50-meter butterfly

Kate Stajos – girls’ six and under 25-meter freestyle

Keone Hollen – girls’ 7-8 25-meter freestyle

Allegra diMagno – girls’ six and under 25-meter backstroke

Breanna Keiger – girls’ 9-10 25-meter backstroke

Lauren Meador – girls’ 11-12 50-meter backstroke

Christian Keiger – boys’ 11-12 50-meter backstroke

Bailey Fallon – girls’ 13-14 50-meter backstroke

Adam Springs – boys’ 13-14 50-meter backstroke

Gabriel Van Sicke – boys’ 7-8 25-meter breaststroke

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