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OFA Swimmers Win Events At Quad Meet

POTSDAM - Several high overall finishes and first place finishes in heats highlighted the showing ofthe OFA Girls Swimming team at Quad Meet at Clarkson University. Potsdam hosted OFA, St. Lawrence Central and Massena in the event.

"It was a very good meet for us. No scores were kept the girls enjoyed some outstanding competition," said OFA Coach John Tebo.

"Congratulations to the following girls who won their respective events at the Quad Meet in Potsdam. Katherine Barkley, McKenna Brooks, Avery Kuhn and Hannah Powers in the Medley Relay, and Myah Meyers in the 400m Freestyle.  Also great swims were turned in by Lily Mallette, Isabelle  Powers, Madison Bleau and Kiera Duprey. Good job to all the girls who swam yesterday."

Myah Myers finished as the overall winner in the 400 meter freestyle in a time of 5:54.58 and also gained an overall 1:23.24 third place in the 100 Backstroke where Katherine Barkley took second in 1:23.24. Myers and Barkley also teamed with Avery Kuhn and Hannah Powers for an second place in 400 Freestyle relay.

Myers was also part of a second place finish in the 200 Medley Relay with Grace Shea, Sophia Bobb and Isabelle Powers in a time 2:33.5. Hannah Powers came in with another second with a time of 32.94 in the 50 Freestyle.

Other high placings for OFA came from: Naveah Lockwood - fourth in 200 Freesyle (2:56.55), Avery Kuhn - third in 200 Individual Meldey in 3:05.01, Katherine Barkley - fourth in 100 Freestyle in 1:12.93, a third by the 200 Freestyle Relay team of Lilly Mallette, Harnnah Powers, Kiera Dupey and Isabelle Powers in 2:22.15 and a fifth by McKenna Brooks in the 100 Breaststroke and a sixth by Lilly Mayette the event.




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