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South Lakes Swimmers Fade Against Langley High School

Strong individual performances not enough against Langley High School at Jan. 17 meet.

South Lakes swimmer Emily Landeryou (middle) on her way to a regionals-qualifying time in the 500-yard freestyle against Langley Jan. 17. (Photo by David Cordts)
South Lakes swimmer Emily Landeryou (middle) on her way to a regionals-qualifying time in the 500-yard freestyle against Langley Jan. 17. (Photo by David Cordts)
Despite strong performances by individual swimmers, South Lakes High School’s Varsity Swim and Dive teams were unable to pull off a victory against Langley High School in a dual meet Jan. 17 at the Spring Hill RECenter.  

The girls lost with 140 points to Langley’s 174. The boys scored 130 points against Langley’s 164.

Individual highlights for South Lakes included:
• Emily Landeryou achieved two Regionals qualifying times with second-place finishes in 200-yard Individual Medley and 500-yard Freestyle.
• Sabrina Groves achieved a Regionals qualifying time with a second-place finish in 100-yard Butterfly.
• A one-two finish for Sasha Avilov (first) and Madeleine Daum in the 50-yard Freestyle.
• A win for the 200-yard Freestyle Relay team of Groves, Avilov, Kaylyn Macaluso, and Malina Stassinos.
• A first place finish for the 200-yard Medley Relay team of Johnny Micka, Benjamin Gryski, Mac Sogandares, and Tyler Hutson.
• A win for Gryski in the 200-yard Individual Medley.
• A one-two finish for Tyler Ellis (first) and Dylan Hawley in the 100-yard Butterfly.
• First place finishes for Sogandares in the 100-yard Freestyle and 100-yard Breast Stroke.
• Wins for Bradley Torrington in the 500-yard Freestyle, and Johnny Micka in 200-yard Backstroke.

South Lakes swimmers return to the pool for their last dual meet of the season at 7 pm Friday, Jan. 24, to take on McLean High School at Spring Hill RECenter.

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