The Sandwich men’s and women’s swim and dive team recently competed in its third meet of the season, beating Norwell High School at home last Tuesday, December 21.

The girls’ team took the lead early with a winning score of 82-63. Sophomore Mia Giargiari hit two personal records, winning the 100-yard backstroke and placing second in the 200-yard individual medley. Both the girls’ 200-yard medley relay A and B teams took the two top spots.

Sophomore Brigid Kelly earned first place in the 100-yard breaststroke, along with junior Jacob Sullivan in the men’s race. Newcomer to the team Daniel Flynn won the 50-yard freestyle race, dropping two seconds off his previous best time.

Emma Moynihan and Megan Jakubicka earned first and second place, respectively, in the 100-yard freestyle races. Junior diver Ethan Martin earned a qualifying spot in the Division 2 state meet with his diving score.

Highlights from last week’s loss to Nantucket saw sophomore Emma Jakubicka earning two spots at the D2 state meet with her strong 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard butterfly. Freshman Lexi Eastman swam a strong 500-yard freestyle, dropping time for her personal best.

Senior Trinity Poon came in first place in the one-meter diving with Kate Harmon coming in a strong third. The team also swam against Plymouth the same week, with the boys’ team taking first place 76-62. Several on the men’s team earned spots in the D2 state meet. Sophomore Dawson Milligan earned his spot in the 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard freestyle races, and his younger brother, Ryan Milligan, earned a spot in the state’s sectionals meet in the 100-yard backstroke.

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