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Boys Swimming: Gov. Livingston Dominates Elizabeth in 122-47 Victory

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ELIZABETH, NJ - The Governor Livingston boys swim team topped Elizabeth, 122-47, on Thursday, improving their record to 6-2. 

The meet had many close finishes with GL coming out ahead in those races.  After winning the opening relay, Jack O’Halloran, Duytam Vu, and Jonathan Sternberg finished a 1, 2, 3 in the 200 freestyle.  Dylan Wallace showed his versatility and determination in winning the 200 Individual Medley coming from behind to win on the last leg of the race.  Senior Matt Zarrelli won the next two races, winning the 50 freestyle and the 100 Butterfly, while fellow seniors Killian Quinn, Andrew DelDuca, and Evan Wallace finished 1,2,4 in the 100 free.  In the 100 backstroke, Brett O’Brien took first followed by Dylan Wallace in second and DelDuca in third.  In the final race of the afternoon, the GL quartet of Jason Wong, O;Brien, Evan Wallace and Alan Du finished first in a time of 3:47.57.   

 The Highlander Men swimmers will now turn their attention to the Union County Championships Sunday afternoon at Rutgers University where they hope to repeat outstanding performances from a year ago.

Union County Championship Roster entries for GL
200 Medley Relay ( Ellis Sartorio-back, Chris Rampaul-Pino-breast, Declan Feely- fly, Killian Quinn-free )
200 free ( Jimmy Pitingolo, Dylan Wallace, David Martinez )
200 IM ( Matt Zarrelli, Declan Feely, Ellis Sartorio )
50 Free (Killian Quinn, Jason Wong, Jason Paprocki )
100 fly ( Declan Feely, David Martinez, Chris Rampaul-Pino )
100 free ( Jason Wong, Jason Paprocki, Duytam Vu )
500 free ( Matt Zarrelli, Jack O’Halloran, Dylan Wallace )
200 free relay ( Declan Feely, Killian Quinn, Jason Wong, Jason Paprocki )
100 back ( Jack O’Halloran, Ellis Sartorio, Duytam Vu )
100 breast ( Andrew DelDuca, Killian Quinn, Chris Rampaul-Pino )
400 free relay ( Matt Zarrelli, Jason Wong, Jason Paprocki, Jack O’Halloran )

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