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Gov. Livingston Swimmers Gold, Quinn, Relay Teams Advance to Individual Swimming MOC Finals

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The 200 Free Relay team of Quinn, Duytam Vu, Jason Wong, and Jason Paprocki dropped nearly a second (.96) and placed 18th in a time of 1:30.35 in preliminaries and qualified for C finals. 
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Coach David Closs with Coach Sharon Leahy
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The 200 Medley Relay team of Bailey Gold, Ashlyn Shallcross, Indiana Curtis, and Sarah Polizzi took 22nd overall to qualify for C finals with a 1:53.22.
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SEWELL, NJ - Gov. Livingston swimmers qualified during Saturday's preliminaries to advance to the Individual Swimming MOC Finals on Sunday at GCIT in Sewell, NJ.

Senior Killian Quinn swam the 50 Free in 21.84 which placed him 14th in the preliminaries to advance to the B finals while besting the all time GL record set in 1988 by John Bennett (21.9). 

Sophomore Bailey Gold finished 100 Back taking 15th in preliminaries with a time of 58.85 (new all time school record) to qualify for the B finals.

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The 200 Medley Relay team of Gold, Ashlyn Shallcross, Indiana Curtis, and Sarah Polizzi took 22nd overall out of 30 teams who qualified for MOC, notably beating powerhouse teams from Westfield and Summit, to qualify for C finals with a 1:53.22.

The 200 Free Relay team of Quinn, Duytam Vu, Jason Wong, and Jason Paprocki dropped nearly a second (.96) and placed 18th in a time of 1:30.35 in preliminaries and qualified for C finals. 

GL sophomore diver Griffin Brooks improved his score from his first place finish from last year, scoring 516.40 for a second place finish behind freshman phenom Seamus Harding, from Notre Dame, who set a championship record with 591 point at the NJSIAA/Parisi Speed School diving championship at Montgomery High School on Wednesday evening.

Related article: Gov. Livingston Swim Team MOC Qualifiers are Named Delicious Heights Highlander Athletes of the Week

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